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McKeown, John Glasgow (I1)
 
2 "Uncle" Moses Parker, 91 years old and for 60 years a Baptist minister in Sedgwick county, died at Chearwater this week. He was born in Ireland and had played a prominent part in the pioneer days of southern Kansas, and had also been one of the "49ers" in old California days.
Coffeyville Daily Journal, Coffeyville, Kansas. 7 June 1918. Page 4.

Uncle Moses Parker was county Pioneer. Sixty years he served as a minister of the Baptist church. With the death of "Uncle Moses" Parker of Clearwater recently, there passed away one of the oldest and best known pioneers of Sedgwick County. He was 91 years old and for 60 years was a Baptist minister. Most of those 60 years were spent in the vicinity of Clearwater, as he came to Kansas in 1876 and settled close to that place soon after.
He had a prominent part in the development of Southern Kansas. He was born in Ireland and was an Odd Fellow. Altho in later years a minister, he was one of the "49ers". He took part in the strenuous rush to California for gold in the early days before Kansas was known to many persons. He was then but about 20 years old, but went thru with many hardships before returning and settling down. He is survived by six children.
The Wichita Beacon, Wichita, Kansas. 6 June 1918. Page 6. 
Parker, Moses (I672)
 
3 1870 Census Mortality Schedule.
John Parker
Yellow Spring Township, Des Moines County, Iowa.
Born in Ireland
Died March 1870
Cause - Paralysis


 
Parker, John (I3)
 
4 A graveside service is 10 a.m. Saturday at Fredericksburg Cemetery for Markleeville resident Barbara Hensleigh Zellmer, 72, who died in Reno on Nov. 28, 2009, after fighting a long battle with metastatic breast cancer.

A memorial service will follow the funeral at 1:30 p.m. at Christ Presbyterian Church in Gardnerville.

Born Nov. 12, 1937 in Alamosa, Colorado, to John Clyde and Fernola Bonnie Hensleigh, she grew up in Southern California and attended Los Angeles Pacific College, graduating with a bachelors degree in elementary education in 1962.

On Aug. 31, 1957 she married Herman Franklin Zellmer. Her passion was for teaching young children. She worked as an elementary school teacher for 32 years in the Los Angeles City and Hacienda La Puente unified school districts, teaching in the middle elementary grades.

She retired with her husband to Markleeville. She was a member of the Free Methodist Church. She expressed her faith by sharing her musical talents, both as a vocalist and accompanist in the churches she attended.

Mrs. Zellmer is survived by her husband; sisters, Linda (Don) Lewis and Judy Hensleigh; sons, Craig (Nadine), Scott (Robyn) and Mark (Natalie); and grandchildren, Christopher, Breanne, Courtney, Jenna, Aaron, Ariele, Lauren and Ashleigh.

(Obituary published in the Record-Courier, 12/02/2009.) 
Hensleigh, Barbara (I1127)
 
5 Albert Griggs
Private family services will be held for Albert Franklin Griggs, 81, who died Feb. 7 in Pahrump.
He was born March 2, 1922 in Faulkton, S.D., and moved to Pahrump in 1992, coming from San Diego.
He worked as a civil engineer for Lamesia Engineering, retiring after 25 years. He then worked for five years for Nolte and Associates.
His wife Mary Alice Griggs of Pahrump; son Albert Franklin (Michelle) Griggs II of Branson, Mo.; daughters Cheris (Dr. Arla) Markin of Las Vegas and Holly (Mark) Mitchell of Fordland, Mo.; brother Jack (Bertie) Griggs; four grandchildren; and eight great grandchildren survive him.
His son Randall Griggs and brother Clarence Griggs preceded him in death.
Neptune Society of Nye County handled the arrangements. (2/7/04)
Pahrump Valley Times - (Feb/13/2004 
Griggs, Albert Franklin (I263)
 
6 Alice (McKeown) Marohn had two children:
1920 US census lists home as Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. - Roy, Alice and baby Ralph.
1925 Iowa state census lists home in Iowa - Roy, Alice and children Ralph, Maryalice & Ruth A.
1930 US census records list home in Sandpoint, Bonner County, Idaho - Roy, Alice and children Ralph & Maryalice. 
McKeown, Alice Ella (I28)
 
7 Alice Gertrude Hrabe.
Graveside services for Alice Gertrude Hrabe, 92, formerly of Stillwater, were scheduled at 4 p.m. today at Sunset Memorial Gardens under direction of the Strode Funeral Home.

She died Friday, marsh 12, 1993, in Oklahoma County.

She was born Oct. 31, 1900 in Lucene, Oklahoma Territory, the daughter of William and Florene Helen (White) Shields.

She married O.O. Hrabe. She was co-owner of a pharmacy and a member of the First Christian Church.

Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Phillip W. (Robin) Offill Sr. of Oklahoma City; one grandson, Phillip W. Offill Jr. and his wife, Erin, of Arlington, Texas; and one granddaughter, Marianne Blackwell and her husband, Don, of Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Shields, Alice Gertrude (I517)
 
8 Alice Irene Hasenyager , 89, a former teacher, died Nov. 14, 1994, in the White Ridge Health Center, Lee's Summit, where she lived. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at White Chapel Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Sheil Colonial Chapel. The family suggests contributions to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. Mrs. Hasenyager taught first and second grades at Harrison Elementary School in Kansas City, retiring in 1971. She received a bachelor's degree in education from University of Nebraska, Lincoln. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and the VFW Auxiliary. She was a Presbyterian. Her husband, Virgil Hasenyager , died in 1969. She was born in Liberty, Neb., and lived in this area for 49 years.

Survivors include a stepson, Clifford Hasenyager , Dusseldorf, Germany, and a stepdaughter, Vita Orth, St. Francis, Kan.

 
Nelson, Alice Irene (I1249)
 
9 Alma (McKeown) and Karl Fladt had no children.

Morning Sun News-Herald, Morning Sun, Iowa, 9 February 1905, page 5. Miss Alma McKeown is now day operator at the Medlapolis telephone exchange. 
McKeown, Alma (I26)
 
10 Altha Adelaide Jerome was born in Adair County, Illinois, March 22, 1855. She was the third child of Orrin Stephen & Phoeba (Davis) Jerome.
Altha's brothers and sisters were,
Chauncy, Benjamin, Menerva & Mansfield Jerome.
Altha was first married to John William Stone, Dec. 24, 1871, John passed away on Nov. 2, 1873. Altha & John had a son, John Robert Stone, who married Mary Jane 'Jenny' Elliott, March 17, 1896 in Payne County, Oklahoma. Jenny's parents were, Waymond C. & Martha Ann (Caroll) Elliott.
John and Jenny Stone's children were,
Wayman, Ralph Elliott, Carl H., Frank F., Madeline M., & Ralphine M.
Altha married Anderson Jane (Ank) Molloy, March 11, 1875 in Linn County, Missouri. Altha & Ank's children were, Daniel A. (Bert), Phoebe H. Kane, Eunice L. Adams, Orein A., Authur G., Ora E. (Mcguire, Noah), Leroy, & Luther W.
Anderson Jane (Ank) Molloy passed away March 11, 1875.
Altha married Hiram Myrick a widower July 3, 1905. There were no children to this union.
The Molloy family came to Oklahoma Territory, from Linn County Missouri, first setteling north of Guthrie Oklahoma. A son Luther was born there March 19, 1891.
Anderson J. (Ank) Molloy took a claim in the Sac & Fox Territory, one mile south and six miles east of Perkins Oklahoma, described as the SW 1/4 of Section 7, Township 17, Range 4, East. in 1891 on a horse nammed (Tag) which Mansfield Jerome, Altha's brother borrowed to make the Cherokee Strip land run on Sept. 16, 1893. Mansfield filed a claim, SW 15-20-2W.. in Noble County Okla. at the Land Office in Perry Oklahoma. The Molloy land is no longer in the family but the Jerome land is.
The first wood home built on the Molloy homestead was lost in a fire, Adelaide had fancied up her home by covering the bare walls with muslin. One evening while returning from the cotton field two of the Molloy children, Roy & Ethel were attempting to light a kerosene lamp when it overturned and caught the muslin on fire. Soon the whole house was in flames and the family lost all their clothes and household possessions.
Altha lost three of her children, Authur, Orein A. & Leroy, Authur died at age 11, 1892 an was the first person burried in the Oak Dale Cemetery, Agra, Lincoln County Okla. Land was given for the cemetery by Roland Gooch. Orein A. 1917, buried at Oakdale. Leroy died July 3, 1925, and is burried in the Perkins Cemetery, Altha passed away July 7, 1925, four days after her son Leroy.
Altha stayed on the farm and raised her family, she was a good mother and highley thought of by friends and neighbors.
Thanks to Joyce Stanton, Mrs. Luther, (Florence L. Case), Molloy, & Darren Jerome. 
Jerome, Altha Adelaide (I1110)
 
11 Anderson Jane (Ank) Molloy was the 9th child out of 11 of Abel Ferrio & Hanna (Asbury) Molloy. His brothers and sisters were, Unknown, William Asbury, Letitia Oletha, Powhattan Bolen, Thomas Jefferson, Fleming Andrew, James Ballard, Mary E., Robert Augustas & Moses Kyle Molloy.
March 11, 1875 he was marrried to Altha Adelaide Jerome, Daughter of Orrin Stephen & Phoeba (Davis) Jerome in Linn County Missouri. Altha was 1st. married to John William Stone, Dec. 24, 1871. Altha & John had one child, John Robert Stone.
Anderson & Altha had eight children, Daniel A. (Bert), Phoebe H. (Kane), Eunice L (Adams), Orein Abel, Arthur G., Ora Ethel (Mcguire, Noah), Leroy & Luther W. Molloy.
The Molloy family came to Oklahoma Territory settling first north of Guthrie Okla.
Mr. Molloy took a claim one mile south and six miles east of Perkins Oklahoma in 1891. Described as the SW 1/4 of Section 7, Twp. 17, Range 4 East. The farm remained in the Molloy family until just recently.
The first wood frame home built on this homestead was lost in a fire. Adelaide Molloy had fancied up her home by covering the bare walls with muslin. One evening while returning from the cotton field two of the Molloy children, Roy and Ethel were attempting to light the kerosene lamp when it overturned and caught the muslin on fire. Soon the whole house was in flames and the family lost all their clothes and household possesions.
Anderson J. (Ank) Molloy passed away in 1892 and July 3, 1905 Adelaide married Hyram Myrick a widower. Three children died before Adalaide, Authur, Orin, & Leroy. Authur died at age 11 just before Roland Gooch and was the first person burried at the Oakdale Cemetery, given by Roland Gooch. 
Molloy, Anderson Jane Ank (I1109)
 
12 Anna's first marriage was to Dewey Coffman. They had three children. Simmering, Anna Emilie (I49)
 
13 Anna's maiden name found in 1925 Iowa state census record. Munson, Anna Mathilda (I87)
 
14 ANNOUNCEMENT:
Ola Baird and Mr. Kilpatrick Wed at Burlington

Wapello (IA) -- Mrs. Ola Melinda Baird of Mediapolis, formerly of Wapello; and Charles McMillan Kilpatrick of Burlington, formerly of Morning Sun, were united in marriage at 8:30 p.m. May 11 (1962) at the West Hill Methodist church at Burlington. The Reverend John Wagoner officiated.

The couple was attended by George G. Gorman of Burlington and Mrs. Olive M. Baird of Morning Sun.

Mr. and Mrs. Kilpatrick are at home at Mediapolis. He is employed by the Chittenden-Eastman Company at Burlington.

[Parents were buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa].

The Muscatine Journal, 31 May 1962 
Harris, Ola Melinda (I1060)
 
15 ARAPAHOE -- Roland E. Emmett, 78, died Thursday (May 19, 2005), at Tri County Hospital in Lexington.

He was born Oct. 20, 1926 in Oxford to R. Finch and Twyla (Tull) Emmett. He grew up in Arapahoe and graduated from Arapahoe High School in 1944. He received a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Nebraska Lincoln in 1948 and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

Me married Grace Swanson on June 3, 1948 at Papillion. He worked in the commercial banking and insurance business in Arapahoe for 40 years and retired in 1992.

Memberships include St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Arapahoe, President of Arapahoe Fire Department, bandmaster of Tehama Temple Shrine Band, Presidents Advisory board of the University of Nebraska, Monument Lodge No. 293 AF & AM, Rena Chapter No. 12 of Eastern Star, Jesters, Ak-Sar-Ben, Elks, Scottish Rite Masons, Nebraska Diplomats, past president of Nebraska Bankers Association, South Platte Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, Arapahoe Chamber of Commerce, Board of Education, and past commander of American Legion Post in Arapahoe.

He was proceeded in death by his parent and infant sister.

Survivors include his wife, Grace of Arapahoe; one son, Scott Emmett of Scotia; three daughters, Kathleen and husband, Dr. Gary Ensz of Auburn, Sarah Emmett of Lincoln, and Mary, and husband, Bill Fitzke of Sun Lakes, Ariz.; and five grandchildren.

Services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Arapahoe with the Revs. Lawrence and Ruth Jaynes officiating. Internment will follow at the Arapahoe Cemetery in Arapahoe. Viewing and visitation will be today from 12-8 p.m. at Wenburg Funeral Home in Arapahoe. Condolences and personal reflections can be left at www.wenburgfuneralhome.com. Wenburg Funeral Home of Arapahoe is in charge of arrangements.  
Emmett, Roland Edward (I501)
 
16 ARAPAHOE -- Rolland George Westerbeck, 77, died Wednesday (June 22, 2005), at the Grand Island Veterans Home in Grand Island.

He was born Oct. 29, 1927, in Melrose Park, Ill., to John J. and Anna Leona (McCollum) Westerbeck.

He spent his early years traveling around the United States while his father was a dirt contractor. He attended many different schools, including Arapahoe Public Schools.

In 1945, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and operated heavy equipment to build bridges, roads and air strips. He served in the Philippines, Japan, China and Pearl Harbor. He was discharged in 1947.

Because he entered the Navy before graduating from high school, he received his high school diploma from Arapahoe Public Schools in 2000.

After being discharged from the Navy, he worked for his father at Westerbeck Construction Co.

On Nov. 29, 1947, he married Emma J. Wheeler in Lincoln. He continued being a heavy equipment operator, and was involved in helping build Harlan Dam at Alma, Swanson Dam at Trenton and Bonny Dam at Hale, Colo.

From 1950 until 1967, he and his brother, Glenn, owned and operated the family business.

From 1967 until 1982, he served as county engineer for Kearney and Sherman counties, as general superintendent for Werner Construction in Hastings and as superintendent for Paden Construction Co. in Fremont.

From February 1982 until 1995, he served as the foreman for the city street department of Fremont.

His wife passed away in 1995 and he retired at that time.

He was an officer with the VFW in Kearney.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Emma; and his brother, Glenn.

Survivors include his daughter, Sharon Ross of Broken Arrow, Okla.; his sister, LaVerna Broughton of Holdrege; and five grandchildren.

Viewing or visitation will be Saturday, June 25, from 8:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. at Wenburg Funeral Home in Arapahoe.

Graveside services will be Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Arapahoe Cemetery, Arapahoe, with the Rev. Kenton Birtell of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church of Holdrege officiating. Military rites will be presented by the Arapahoe and Edison American Legion.

Condolences or personal reflections can be left at www.wenburgfuneralhome.com

Memorials are suggested to the VFW Club in Kearney or the Veterans Home in Grand Island.

Wenburg Funeral Home of Arapahoe is in charge of arrangements. 
Westerbeck, Rolland George (I1760)
 
17 Arlowyn I. was born May 23, 1938 at Axtell, KS to Arlo and Margaret (Kooser) Nelson.

She graduated from Axtell High School in 1956, after which she moved to Beatrice, NE.

On October 19, 1958 Arlowyn and Paul Cody were married. They were blessed with three daughters.

She remained in Beatrice except for when her husband Paul was in the Army.

Arlowyn was a member of Centenary United Methodist Church and the American Legion Auxiliary, Beatrice. She enjoyed crafts, gardening, flowers, cooking, Bingo, Rummy and spending time with family and grandchildren.

Arlowyn I. Cody, 78, of Beatrice died Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at the Beatrice Community Hospital.

Left with memories are her daughters and sons-in-law Lori Lynne (Randy) Harouff of Holdrege, NE; Debra Joy (Brent) Undereiner of Beatrice, Connie Kay (Spencer) Jones of Beatrice; 6 grandchildren: Ryan Schultz, Dustin Kassing, Katelyn Kassing, Kayla Cody, Kaleb Cody, Emmalee Undereiner; 4 great-grandchildren: Ella, Gavin, Reed and Emmett; 3 sisters-in-law, Sharon Nelson of Olathe, KS, Annalee Nelson of Paola, KS and Shirley Nelson of Lincoln, NE.

Arlowyn was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and her 3 brothers: William, Kenneth and Darrell Nelson.

Funeral services will be held 1:30 PM Monday November 28, 2016 at the Centenary United Methodist Church with Pastor Mark Schutt officiating. A family prayer service will be at 1:15 PM. Burial will be in the Evergreen Home Cemetery, Beatrice, NE. Visitation at Harman-Wright Mortuary Saturday 2-8 pm and Sunday Noon-8 pm with the family greeting friends from 6-8pm. Memorials are suggested to Beatrice Community Hospital Hospice.

Harman-Wright Mortuary in service to the family.
from obituary courtesy of Harman-Wright Mortuary, Beatrice, Nebraska. 
Nelson, Arlowyn Irene (I1264)
 
18 Ashes Buried May 18, 2008

Gordon Edward TEGNELL

DURHAM - Gordon Edward Tegnell, 88, of Durham, N.C., died Thursday, April 10, 2008, at Croasdaile Village in Durham. He was a U.S. Veteran and he was a Teacher. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Tegnell; two sons, David Tegnell and Michael Tegnell; and one brother, John Carl Tegnell, Jr.Memorial service is on Sunday, April 13, in the Chapel at 2 p.m. at Croasdaile Village in Durham.

April 13, 2008 
Tegnell, Gordon Edward (I1313)
 
19 at the Covenanter Church Family F556
 
20 Aunt Jennie DUNCAN, was the only daughter of Robert M. & Mary A. (Alexander) DUNCAN, she was only 3years old when her father was killed in the Civil War at Vicksburg, Miss.
She was raised with her two brothers Uncle Johnny W. & Grandpa Alex. DUNCAN She married on 12 Feb 1879, Covenanter Church, Harlan Twp., Page Co., Iowa to Alex. PINKERTON, of Waupaca Co., Wisconsin. They had No children. Her mother died some 15 days after her marriage.
She was close to her brothers and all 13 of her Nieces & Nephews adored her.
See Source:
[See: PINKERTON FOPC©-ID# 1.2.5.4.2]
http://sites.rootsweb.com/~iapage/families/pinkertn/PINK542.HTM 
Duncan, Jane Elizabeth "Jennie" (I1324)
 
21 Baptism date McCollum, Hugh (I1677)
 
22 Baptism date - 4 Apr 1874 McCollum, Susan Elvina (I1684)
 
23 Barbara Blair Gish passed away peacefully on the morning of February 12, 2020 in Commerce, TX with family and friends by her side. She was 89 years old.

Born September 16, 1930 in Hutchinson, Kansas to William and Mabel Blair, Barbara and her brother Bill grew up with strong role models for tenacity, and she credited her parents with viewing life as a grand opportunity, fostering a lifelong passion to share one’s abundance and talents. She was affected by WWII, the notion of sacrifice, and consequently drawn to history and politics as an arena for compromise and civility. In college she earned a B.S. in Sociology and began her career in public service immediately after. In 1954, she met her husband Larry Gish on a blind date, falling so easily in love they would marry only one year later and remain happily married until his passing in 1991. Together they moved first to Marceline, Missouri, then Arkansas City, Kansas, and finally Stillwater, Oklahoma, where she spent most of her life from 1966 to 2013. They had four children but tragically lost two in early childhood, experiences that deeply impacted her life. Throughout, she faced these and other challenges with her special brand of courage, determination, and faith.

Family was her greatest joy, but she was also closely involved with her community, making lifelong friends in the process. Her heartfelt desire to help anyone in need of a champion and her unmistakable bubbly laugh endeared her instantly to those she met, and helped cinch her many admirable achievements. She worked tirelessly with multiple philanthropic organizations including the Delta Delta Delta sorority (where she played several roles including district president), OSU Friends of Music, Stillwater Arts and Humanities Council, OSU Panhellenic, and PEO. She established and enriched child advocacy centers in Oklahoma, assisted in St. Andrew’s thrift shop, and lobbied for abused children at both state and local levels. In honor of her volunteerism, the governor of Oklahoma declared September 18th, 2010 to be Barbara Gish Day, a statewide holiday. Barbara loved to travel, garden, spend time with her children and grandchildren, to write thoughtful handcrafted letters to dear friends and family, and always, always help others however she could.

In death she joins her parents William and Mabel, daughter Nancy, son Alan, husband Larry, brother Bill, and son-in-law Richard Lampe. She is survived by her daughter Susan Lampe, son David Gish, daughter-in-law Catherine, grandchildren Blair, Emily, Lauren, and Evan, sister-in-law Jody Blair, and beloved cousins, nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be held at 10am at the First United Methodist Church chapel in Commerce, Texas on February 21st and in Stillwater, Oklahoma at 11am at Saint Andrews Episcopal Church on February 22nd.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial donations be sent to the Barbara Blair Gish Endowed Scholarship at the Oklahoma State University Foundation (400 Monroe, Stillwater, OK 74074. Fund# 34-8000), The Saville Center for Child Advocacy in Stillwater, OK (1523 West Ninth Avenue, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074), or the Larry Gish Memorial Endowment at the Stillwater Public Education Foundation (P.O. Box 286 Stillwater, Oklahoma 74076). 
Blair, Barbara Jean (I1198)
 
24 BAUSCH MARY EVELYN PETTENGILL October 28, 2002 in San Mateo, CA. Born May 3, 1911, in the city of San Francisco, to Agnes Rebecca Elizabeth McKenzie Pettengill (who was born on the South Pacific Island of Tonga) and her husband, Oscar Woodbury Pettengill (of Bar Harbor, Maine). Beloved wife of the late Karl McKeown Bausch (1908-2000). Loving mother of Robert C. Bausch and Joan E. Bausch, and sister of the late Frances Bernice Paine (1914-1994). She will also be remembered by Robert's wife, Elisabeth and daughter, Kymberly and her fiancee, Josh Shreffer, as well as Joan's daughter and son-in-law, Wendy and IIugo Reichmuth, and their son (Evelyn's great-grandson), Jadon Taylor Reichmuth. Evelyn was cheered and blessed in her final weeks by her loyal Tongan caregivers. She will be missed by dear friends and neighbors. Evelyn's first love was her husband and family, followed by gardening (a long-time member of the Peninsula Garden Study Club), cats and other furry creatures, and reading. Private services pending. Donations to American Cancer Society in Memory of Geoffrey Charles Bausch (a beloved grandson), or to a charity of choice. CROSBY-N. GRAY & CO. BURLINGAME 650-342-6617.

Alameda Times-Star 10/30/02. 
Pettingill, Mary Evelyn (I210)
 
25 Bea was a daughter to the late Grant Elmer Hollenbeck and Blanche Irene Milligan Hollenbeck. She was predeceased by her brother, Don Elmer Hollenbeck.

Family information provided by: Beverly Jo 
Hollenbeck, Bertha Leota (I538)
 
26 Beloved husband of Charlotte. Dear father of Denice (James) Jackson, Daryl (Rose) Adams, David (Stacy) Adams, the late Dwight (Rachel) Adams.

Loving grandfather of thirteen, great grandfather of 8, great great grandfather of one, and one on the way. Brother of Ruth (Gene) Spear, the late Roy Adams, the late Lois Graham, the late Mary Marion McMillian.

Private services were held at Edward Swanson & Son Funeral Home, Madison Heights, Michigan. Private burial Southfield Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Southfield, Michigan.

A memorial service was held at July 2, 2020 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. to celebrate the life of Dr. Bruce E. Adams D.O. at Southfield Reformed Presbyterian Church 26550 Evergreen Road Southfield, Michigan 48076. 
Adams, Bruce Edgar (I1305)
 
27 Biographical History of Page County, Iowa, Lewis & Dunbar Publishers, 113 Adams Street, Chicago, Illinois, 1890

JAMES CASKEY.—Page County is not behind other counties in the State of Iowa in its indebtedness to the beautiful " Emerald Isle," which has given up so many of her sons and daughters to the settlement of the New World. Prominent among this number is James Caskey, who was born in county Londonderry, Ireland, July 17, 1802. He is a son of John and Ann (Dun) Caskey, and during his youth assisted his father in his flax-mill, and worked at farming. He remained in his native land until 1828, when he set sail for America; after landing he remained in Philadelphia for a few months, and then went to Mobile, Alabama, afterward locating on a farm in Greene County, Alabama.
Mr. Caskey was married January 29 1829, to Catherine Mawhinney, a daughter of Alexander and Jane (Dunn) Mawhinney, natives of county Londonderry, Ireland, who emigrated to America in 1820. Catherine is the second child of a family of eight; she was born in county Londonderry, Ireland, October 29, 1806. After they were married they lived on the farm in Greene County, where they continued to reside until 1852, when they removed to Cook County, Illinois; when living in this county Mr. Caskey shipped the first corn to Chicago that was transported on the Illinois Central Railroad. In October, 1856, the family landed in Page County, Iowa, where they have since made their home. In making the journey they first went to St. Louis by rail, thence by boat to St. Joseph, Missouri, and the remainder of the way in wagons. Mr. Caskey entered his farm, which consisted of 160 acres, from the Government; it was wild land without any improvements; he erected a building 16x24 feet, and when finally they were housed in this comfortable dwelling a happier or more contented family could not have been found in Page County. It was not a life of luxury or ease, which they led for many years to come, but one of industry and continued effort; the trials and privations of pioneer life were met unflinchingly, and every exertion was made to add to the prosperity of the family and community. The growth and development of the county has been largely forwarded by Mr. Caskey.
In those days neighbors were few, but the social qualities were cultivated none the less. In the lack of a house of worship our esteemed subject opened his own dwelling, where the settlers for miles around met for religious service. The first communion was administered by the Rev. Joseph McCracken of the Reformed Presbyterian Church; he was the first regular pastor employed by the society. Mr. Caskey and his family have ever been active workers in the cause of their Master, and have thus contributed to the advancement of the community.
Ten children have been born to Mr. Caskey and wife: John died while in the service of his country, being a member of the Filth Iowa Cavalry, Company C. He passed away at Paducah, Kentucky, his death being caused by disease contracted at Ft. Donelson; Jane, the widow of William Brown, deceased, and her two daughters are still living on their farm in Harlan Township; Alexander died in July, 1889; William died in Illinois; James M. is a farmer, residing in Harlan Township; [page 671] Mary Ann is at home; Sampson died while in the service at Florence, South Carolina, January 13, 1865, having served three years; he was a member of the Fifth Iowa Cavalry, and was a prisoner in the Confederate army at the time of his death; Robert G. resides on a farm in Harlan Township; Joseph F. lives on the old homestead, and Isaac B., who larms in Harlan Township.
Joseph F. and Mary Ann are living with their aged parents, caring for them as only a son and daughter can do; they cheerfully per form this filial duty, and have the esteem and respect of the whole neighborhood.
While residing in the South Mr. Caskey was opposed to slave-holding, and always advocated its abolition.

http://iagenweb.org/page/histories/1890/sollars.html 
Caskey, James (I437)
 
28 Biographical history of Page County, Iowa. Chicago, Lewis & Dunbar, 1890. Page 669-670.
Alexander McKeown was born December 12, 1830, and is the sixth child of a family of eleven children of Alexander and Rose (Glasgow) McKeown. The parents were natives of county Antrim, Ireland, where they were reared and married. In 1823 they bade farewell to their native land, and sailed away to America; the first year they spent in Belmont County, Ohio, thence removing to Harrison County, Ohio; there they entered land from the Government and made their home the remainder of their days. The father died in 1853, and the mother survived until 1886. Mr. McKeown was a farmer by occupation and brought up his sons to the same employment. He was a man, quiet and unassuming, and strove to inculcate the principles of right and truth in the hearts of his children. The family are named as follows: Henry, John, James, deceased; Adam, deceased; Mary J., wife of Samuel Andress; Alexander, Arthur G., Levina, wife of Robert Logan; Rose A., deceased, was wife of William Forsyth, also deceased; Glasgow, deceased, and William.

Alexander, Jr., received a common school education, and previous to his marriage he taught two terms of school. In December 1858, he came to eastern Iowa, and remained there almost one year. He then returned to his old home, and November 16, 1854, he was united in marriage to Miss H.J. Alexander to died December 4, 1862. By this union three children were born; John A. and James U., both residents of Harlan Township, and Mary R., deceased. Mr. McKeown was again married November 29, 1864, to Miss Jane Clarke, who was born in Guernsey County, Ohio, May 19, 1830. One child has been born of this marriage, Henry E., residing at home.

In 1855 our subject removed to Washington County, Iowa, where he remained three years, after which he came to Page County. He spent the first winter in a temporary residence, and during that time erected a frame dwelling on a tract of sixty acres in Harlan Township. In the summer of 1862 he went back to Ohio, and in the spring of 1864 he returned to his farm in Page County. He was added to his first purchase until at one time he had 320 acres; he sold forty acres, and has deeded eighty acres to each of two sons.

When he first came to the county the land was as it had been left by the red man, but time and energy have wrought great changes, and to-day the McKeown farm is one of the best improved in Page County; there is a fine frame residence, and good buildings for stock and grain have been erected by the present owner. Having led a life of honesty and integrity, he numbers his friends by the score, and has a standing second to none in the county.

Mr. and Mrs. McKeown have lived to see the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage, and were assisted in celebrating this event by almost 100 friends. They are active works in the Reformed Presbyterian Church.
 
McKeown, Alexander (I304)
 
29 Biographical history of Page County, Iowa. Chicago, Lewis & Dunbar, 1890. Page 834-835.

John W. Duncan is descended from a family of Scotch-Irish ancestry. His grandfather, Adam W. Duncan, was a farmer in Guernsey County, Ohio. John and Andrew, his sons who still survive, are residents of Guernsey County. Robert M. Duncan, the father of John W., was born in Londonderry, Guernsey County, Ohio, and was a blacksmith by trade; he was also interested in agricultural pursuits. He married Mary A. Alexander, a daughter of John Alexander, and they were the parents of four children: Jennie, Elizabeth, John W. and Robert Alexander, the youngest son. Mr. Duncan came to Iowa a few years after his marriage, and in 1858 he settled in Page County and began farming in Tarkio Township. He was a soldier in the civil war, and was killed at Vicksburg by the bursting of shell before the siege began. His widow survived until February 27, 1879. They were both members of the United Presbyterian Church, and were honorable, industrious people.

John W. Duncan, the subject of this brief biography, was born in page County, Iowa August 6, 1860, and was but two and a half years old at the time of his father’s death. He was early inured to farm labor and soon felt the responsibility of contributing to the support of the family. In 1869 his mother was married a second time to John T. Duncan, a native of Indiana County Pennsylvania. He also was a soldier in the civil war, and was a member of the company that captured John Morgan in Ohio. He was a man of excellent character, and a worthy member of the United Presbyterian Church. He died in 1885, at the age of seventy-eight years.

In 1882 John W. Duncan was united in marriage to Miss Annie Berry, a daughter of George Berry of Amity Township (see sketch), and they have had born to them three children: George W, was born October 7, 1883; Robert L. was born August 12, 1995, and Agnes J. was born January 10, 1890. The parents are members of the United Presbyterian Church. Mr. Duncan has taken an active part in keeping up the interest of the public schools and is the present school director. He is a substantial citizen, and industrious and progressive farmer, and a man of thrifty habits. By his honorable and upright dealing he has won the respect of the entire community.


 
Duncan, John Wiley (I1325)
 
30 Biographical history of Page County, Iowa. Chicago, Lewis & Dunbar, 1890. Page 834-835.

John W. Duncan is descended from a family of Scotch-Irish ancestry. His grandfather, Adam W. Duncan, was a farmer in Guernsey County, Ohio. John and Andrew, his sons who still survive, are residents of Guernsey County. Robert M. Duncan, the father of John W., was born in Londonderry, Guernsey County, Ohio, and was a blacksmith by trade; he was also interested in agricultural pursuits. He married Mary A. Alexander, a daughter of John Alexander, and they were the parents of four children: Jennie, Elizabeth, John W. and Robert Alexander, the youngest son. Mr. Duncan came to Iowa a few years after his marriage, and in 1858 he settled in Page County and began farming in Tarkio Township. He was a soldier in the civil war, and was killed at Vicksburg by the bursting of shell before the siege began. His widow survived until February 27, 1879. They were both members of the United Presbyterian Church, and were honorable, industrious people.

John W. Duncan, the subject of this brief biography, was born in page County, Iowa August 6, 1860, and was but two and a half years old at the time of his father’s death. He was early inured to farm labor and soon felt the responsibility of contributing to the support of the family. In 1869 his mother was married a second time to John T. Duncan, a native of Indiana County Pennsylvania. He also was a soldier in the civil war, and was a member of the company that captured John Morgan in Ohio. He was a man of excellent character, and a worthy member of the United Presbyterian Church. He died in 1885, at the age of seventy-eight years.

In 1882 John W. Duncan was united in marriage to Miss Annie Berry, a daughter of George Berry of Amity Township (see sketch), and they have had born to them three children: George W, was born October 7, 1883; Robert L. was born August 12, 1995, and Agnes J. was born January 10, 1890. The parents are members of the United Presbyterian Church. Mr. Duncan has taken an active part in keeping up the interest of the public schools and is the present school director. He is a substantial citizen, and industrious and progressive farmer, and a man of thrifty habits. By his honorable and upright dealing he has won the respect of the entire community.
 
Duncan, Robert Milligan (I75)
 
31 Biographical history of Page County, Iowa. Chicago, Lewis & Dunbar, 1890. Page 834-835.

John W. Duncan is descended from a family of Scotch-Irish ancestry. His grandfather, Adam W. Duncan, was a farmer in Guernsey County, Ohio. John and Andrew, his sons who still survive, are residents of Guernsey County. Robert M. Duncan, the father of John W., was born in Londonderry, Guernsey County, Ohio, and was a blacksmith by trade; he was also interested in agricultural pursuits. He married Mary A. Alexander, a daughter of John Alexander, and they were the parents of four children: Jennie, Elizabeth, John W. and Robert Alexander, the youngest son. Mr. Duncan came to Iowa a few years after his marriage, and in 1858 he settled in Page County and began farming in Tarkio Township. He was a soldier in the civil war, and was killed at Vicksburg by the bursting of shell before the siege began. His widow survived until February 27, 1879. They were both members of the United Presbyterian Church, and were honorable, industrious people.

John W. Duncan, the subject of this brief biography, was born in page County, Iowa August 6, 1860, and was but two and a half years old at the time of his father’s death. He was early inured to farm labor and soon felt the responsibility of contributing to the support of the family. In 1869 his mother was married a second time to John T. Duncan, a native of Indiana County Pennsylvania. He also was a soldier in the civil war, and was a member of the company that captured John Morgan in Ohio. He was a man of excellent character, and a worthy member of the United Presbyterian Church. He died in 1885, at the age of seventy-eight years.
In 1882 John W. Duncan was united in marriage to Miss Annie Berry, a daughter of George Berry of Amity Township (see sketch), and they have had born to them three children: George W, was born October 7, 1883; Robert L. was born August 12, 1995, and Agnes J. was born January 10, 1890. The parents are members of the United Presbyterian Church. Mr. Duncan has taken an active part in keeping up the interest of the public schools and is the present school director. He is a substantial citizen, and industrious and progressive farmer, and a man of thrifty habits. By his honorable and upright dealing he has won the respect of the entire community.
 
Duncan, John Todd (I76)
 
32 Biographical record of the counties of Harrison and Carroll, Ohio. Chicago, J. H. Beers & Co., 1891, pp495-496.
William McKeown, a well known and progressive farmer of Freeport Township, Harrison County, was born here August 28, 1842. His father, Alexander McKeown, was born in Ireland, and in 1824 came to America, and located in Belmont County, Ohio, where he remained until 1826, when he entered the farm on which his son William now resides, in Harrison County. Before leaving Ireland, Alexander was married to Rose Ann Glasgow, whose parents came to Guernsey County, Ohio. The children born to Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McKeown were Henry, John, James (deceased), Alexander, Adam (deceased), Arthur, William, Mary Jane, Lavina and Rosa A. The father, who was a weaver by trade, in politics a Whig, died in 1851, his wife surviving him until April 1886. He was a man of kindly disposition and of great strength of character, and was respected by all.
William McKeown was reared on the home place, and farming has always been his vocation, while the common schools were the advantages he enjoyed in the matter of educational facilities. In 1862 he enlisted in the Eighty-seventh O.V. I., Company H, and was went to Baltimore, as well as to Harper's Ferry. While at the latter place the regiment was captured, but the members thereof were paroled, and Mr. McKeown then returned home. On May 14, 1867, he chose as his life's partner Nancy J. Tidrick, daughter of Robert Tidrick of Guernsey County, Ohio. The young couple immediately settled on the home place, where they remained until 1885, when they went to Missouri, remaining there, however, but three years, when they returned to the home place, where they have since resided. In politics Mr. McKeown is a Republican, heartily supporting his ticket, and has served in various offices of honor, among which may be mentioned that of trustee for several terms. He is the father of two children: Mary and James G., the latter now deceased, and of whom the following obituary appeared in a local paper:
Died at his home near Freeport, Ohio, September 2, 1890, James G. McKeown, aged twenty years. Interred at Londonderry September 2, funeral services conducted by Rev. J. W. Taylor. The deceased was the only son of William and Nancy McKeown. Three years of his life were spent with his parents and sister near Sublett, Mo. The remainder of his life was passed at his home near this place. He was absent from home when he was taken sick, but returned home at once and consulted a physician. Continuing to grown worse, two other physicians were summoned but the skill of all was baffled by his disease which his physicians termed typho-malaria fever. He united with the United Presbyterian Church at Londonderry in his fifteenth year. Young and full of life's youthful vigor and joys, but not a stranger to deep thought or meditation upon serious things which he evidenced upon his death bed but resigning himself to God, and assuring his parents that God doeth all things for the best. His sufferings were severe which he bore with great patience. Being early made acquainted with the Scriptures, they afforded him much consolation in time of trial. His mind was clear and his faith unshaken to the last. The family, community and friends have experience an inexpressible loss. He had a large circle of friends, and was loved and respected by all who knew him. He has gone to his rest, and given to youth and all a warning.
The family worship at the United Presbyterian Church at Londonderry, of which the parents have been members for many years. Mr. McKeown engages in general farming and also deals quite extensively in stock. He is now the only representative of this family, which have been so long and favorably known in this locality. 
McKeown, William (I317)
 
33 Biography from Find a Grave
USMA Class of 1926.

He was a descendant of the MacNauchtans of Argyll and Dundarave of Scotland. After graduation in 1926 he visited Europe where he met his future wife, the artist, Elizabeth Baskerville of Los Angeles, whom he married in 1931. His first assignment was as a field artillery officer at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Although he wanted to be a pilot, his visual acuity was below standard. He spent his free time strengthening his vision and in 1928 entered primary training at Brooks Field in Texas. He was one of three officers to graduate from his initial class of ten. He became and expert at aerial mapping after an observation assignment at Fort Sill and photography school at Chanute. From 1931 to 1934 he aerial mapped the Hawaiian Islands. In 1937, he was Commandant of Cadets at Randolph Field and improved practices that reduced the failure rate of student pilots. He was instrumental in expanding the Air Corps training program. In 1938, the United States Army Air Corps graduated a grand total of 313 pilots. By 1944, the reorganized program was able to train 102,000 pilots and graduated 87,330. He was promoted to a General Officer, the first in his West Point class. In 1948, he received his 2nd star while serving as Deputy for Air Force Training and Requirements at the Pentagon. Next, he was assigned to Scott Air Force Base, as Vice Commander, Air Training Command. He completed his 30 year career as Vice Commander, Far Eastern Air Force. In civilian life he became Vice President and Director of Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation and was a member of the board for the Wackenhut Corporation. In 1964, he retired to Pebble Beach, California. He was a member of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, St. Andrews, Scotland; member, Daedalian Society and was active with the Scottish Society of Monterey, California. His decorations included the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit with two Oak Leaf Clusters and the Bronze Star. Foreign decorations included the Order of the Royal Crown of Thailand, Chinese Cloud Banner (Nun Hui), Commander of the British Empire, Order of Military Merit (Teaguk, Korea) and Order of the Rising Sun (Japan). He died of brain stem cancer at Letterman Army Hospital on June 16, 1974. His remains were given to a medical school and his ashes were scattered to the wind at sea. Survivors included his wife, one daughter of Claremont, California, one son of Brooks Air Force Base in Texas, five grandchildren, one sister of Charlotte, Michigan and one brother of Azle, Texas.
Source: United States Military Academy Association of Graduates Memorial. 
McNaughton, Kenneth Perry (I1607)
 
34 Biography from Find a Grave:
(R.M. DUNCAN on Marker)
USA Co. K, 4th Iowa Vol., Inf.
2nd s/o ADAM W. DUNCAN & Mother: JENNET MILLIGAN
of Washington Co., PA.; Jefferson Co., OH. to Guernsey Co., OH.
b. 27 Sep 1829 on his father's farm (Sec. 25) in Londonderry Township, Guernsey Co., OH.
d. 28 Dec 1862, age 33yrs, Killed In Action (k.i.a.)
at the Chickasaw Bluff's Campaign, Warren Co., MS.
At age 21yrs, he married on 10 Oct. 1850, Officiated by the Rev. JOHN MARSHALL
at the Londonderry United Presbyterian Church, Guernsey Co., OH.,
to his childhood sweetheart, 26 year old Miss MARY ANN ALEXANDER.
They had 3 Children born to this short Union:
1. 1st Dau: Jane Elizabeth DUNCAN, *1858-1914 a56yrs m. *1879 IA. ALEXANDER PINKERTON, 0Ch.
2. 1st Son: John Wiley DUNCAN, *1859-1947 a88yrs m. c1882 IA. ANNA ROBERTSON BERRY, 5Ch.
3. 2nd Son: Robt. 'Alex' DUNCAN, *1862-1945 a83yrs m. *1885 RACHEL PINKERTON, 8Ch
13 Grandchildren



For more information on this Family See:
Source: Genealogy Profile!
http://www.rootsweb.com/~iapage/families/duncan/DUNCAN03.HTM

Source: Civil War Records
http://www.rootsweb.com/~iapage/cwar/DUNC-RBT.HTM

Gr-Grandson: Paul R. Sarret, Jr. (prsjr#att.net)
Descendant & Researcher of this DUNCAN Family 
Duncan, Robert Milligan (I75)
 
35 Biography from Find a Grave:
WPA - Co H 10 IA Inf Civil War A

George was the son of James William Gilroy and Anna Crawford. He married Nancy Tucker on 10 NOV 1867 in Washington Twp., Greene, IA. They were the parents of William, Ada, Floyd, and Maude.

BIOGRAPHY - Came to Greene co. in 1855 with his family from Ohio; Parents James and Anna (Crawford) Gilroy

Feb. 10, 1862 he enlisted in the late war at Des Moines in Company H, Tenth Iowa Infantry, serving in Hamilton's division, Sullivan's brigade. He took part in the siege of Corinth and battle of Inka, and was wounded at the second battle of Corinth Oct. 4, 1862, the ball passing through his right elbow. He then lay in the hospital at Corinth three weeks, when he was removed to Keokuk, Iowa, remaining there until he was honorably discharged Feb. 28, 1863.

He then returned to Greene County and spent four months attending school. After leaving school he began clerking in Isaac Tucker's store, where he served to the best interest of his employer for one year. He t hen clerked in the store of J. Orr of Boonesborough, Iowa for a year. Then came back to Jefferson and became associated with Thomas Reese, this partnership lasting two years. He then in 1867 formed a partnership with Anderson & Toogood in the stock business, which they followed together about one year when the partnership was dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Gilroy then went on a prospecting tour to Kansas, but becoming dissatisfied with the country he came to Appanoose County, Iowa where he engaged in farming for two years.

He then returned to Greene County and has since followed farming on the old home place Franklin Township. Mr. Gilroy's residence is located on section 12, Franklin Township where he has sixty-seven acres of cultivated land. Beside his home farm he owns forty-seven aces on Section 35 of Grant Township. He has served his township efficiently as clerk and for ten years was secretary of the School Board. He is a Charter member of Masonic lodge at Jefferson. In politics he cast his suffrage with the Republican party. Mrs. Gilroy is a member of the United Brethren Church. Their post office is Cooper, Iowa. 
Gilroy, George William (I887)
 
36 Birth and death dates from US Veterans Administration Master Index. Residing in Emporia, Kansas.

I can find no additional documentation. 
Culter, Harold (I1385)
 
37 Birth date and location from History of the Bench and Bar of Southern California, 1909, page 213. Biographies. Parker, Frederick Dalton (I1349)
 
38 Bobby Gene "Bob" Matney age 90, of Osawatomie, Kansas died Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at the Olathe

Medical Center in Olathe, Kansas. Bob was born December 21, 1923 in Osawatomie, Kansas. He was the only child born to Rufus Silas and Fern M. (Bridges) Matney.

Bob grew up in Osawatomie and attended school in the Osawatomie school system graduating from Osawatomie High School with the class of 1942.

Bob went to work for a short time for North American Aircraft in Kanas City, Kansas, leaving there on October 15, 1942 he enlisted in the United State Navy Air Service on January 6, 1943, Bob was a pilot for the USNAS. He was sent to Liberty, MO for training, then to Lexington, MO, then to St. Mary's in Livermore, CA for Pre-Flight training, next off to Corpus Christi for Advanced Basic training, then to Jacksonville, Florida for Operational instruction and finally to Pensacola, Florida for four weeks of instructor training, from that point on he was a flight instructor in Pensacola until his discharge on December 19, 1945.

Bob returned to Osawatomie and later married Betty N. Shields in Paola, KS. They became the parents of two children. Unfortunately during the late stages of Betty's pregnancy a fall resulted in the death of their second son and she died two days later.

Seven years later he married Verna Dean Hieber on June 6, 1958 they were married for fourteen years when Verna Dean died.

On June 22, 1973 Bob married Lois Pearl (Lancaster) Wilkins at the First Methodist Church in Osawatomie. They made their home in Osawatomie, Bob and Lois have been married for forty-one years.

Bob was employed by Taylor Forge Engineered Systems Inc. in Paola, Kansas and retired from there in 1983. Bob was employed there for thirty-two years.

He was a member of the First Methodist Church of Osawatomie, a member of the Abdullah Temple of Kansas City, Kansas (Shriners) and a member of the Masonic Lodge.

Bob enjoyed yard work and like to tinker in the basement, he was always doing something down there. But his love was fishing. He and Lois had a vacation house in Grove, Oklahoma for over twenty years. That was Bob's favorite place to be so he could fish. He and Lois also loved road trips, they went on many not only throughout Oklahoma but Colorado, California, Texas, Missouri and Wisconsin to name a few.

Bob was preceded in death by two wives: Betty Matney who died on May 6, 1951 and Verna Dean Matney who died on October 2, 1972 and his infant son Robert Gene Matney who died May 4, 1951.

He is survived by his wife Lois of the home, one son James Lee "Jim" Matney and wife Carol of Tiburon, CA, three step-sons Steve Wilkins of Olathe, KS, Stan Wilkins of Louisburg, KS and Greg Wilkins of Osawatomie, KS. One grand-daughter, five step grandchildren, one year old twin great-grandsons, three step great-grandchildren and a host of friends, he will be missed by many.
 
Matney, Bobby Gene (I511)
 
39 Born near Liberty, NE to James & Emma (Dugan) Nelson.
Graduated from Liberty High School in 1927, and received an Associate Degree from Sterling College in Kansas. She began teaching elementary school in the fall of 1929, and in 1965 she received her BSE in elementary education from Peru State College. Her career spanned 35 years, 30 of which were at Lewiston Consolidated Schools.
Married June 7, 1934 to Ormal Kenneth "Bud" Richardson in Pawnee, Nebraska.
Mother of Patricia & James. 
Nelson, Bertha Louise (I1226)
 
40 Born while his parents were missionaries in China. Adams, Roy Melville (I1104)
 
41 Burial information from death certificate McKeown, Jay Scott (I567)
 
42 Burial information from death certificate. Walker, Sarah Isabelle (I1639)
 
43 Burial information from Ohio Soldier Grave Registrations Lowery, John (I1319)
 
44 Burial location from death certificate. Carnes, John Hopkins (I531)
 
45 Burial location from death certificate. McAdam, James G. (I777)
 
46 Burial location from obituary Caskey, Martha Elizabeth (I1134)
 
47 Burial place unknown. No findagrave entry.
Most likely burial is next to her husband at Scotch Covenanter Cemetery, Londonderry, Guernsey County, Ohio. 
Arthur, Mary (I369)
 
48 buried as Marjorie Marcene Smith McKeown, Marjorie Marcine (I1203)
 
49 Buried under the surname Wilson. Shares a headstone with Marie E. Jan 19, 1940; David K. Apr 17, 1938; Marlene S. May 9, 1937 - Dec 22, 1971. There in an ajoining marker (same base, separate matching headstone for her daughter Drews. Tamara K. Feb 25, 1961-Aug.10, 2002. Robertson, Marlene S. (I1030)
 
50 Burlington Daily Hawk Eye Gazette, 3 Jun 1868, page 4.
From the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors, Tuesday, June 2, 1868.
A petition of J. G. McKeown et al, to vacate part of a road in Yellow Springs township, coming on for further hearing, and the report of the commissioner heretofore appointed being read, and being favorable, the first Monday in August is fixed as the day for a final hearing before the Clerk.

Morning Sun Herald, 26 March 1885.
J.M. Gelatt. J. P. Thomas. GELATT & THOMAS Real Estate Bulletin! For Sale.
The Hiram Leonard Farm of 378 acres, Mediapolis.
The J. G. McKeown Farm of 240 acres, Mediapolis.
The T. W. Thomas Farm of 233 acres, Roscoe.
The M. J. Smith Farm of 240 acres, March. T
The W. T. Swank Farm of 200 acres, Huron.
The H. S. Hixon Farm of 700 acres, Jackson Township, and many others.
Also stocks of Drugs, Groceries, Dry Goods, Mill, Wild Land, etc. Out Excursions start for Kansas the 18th and 25th inst.

Burlington Gazette, 14 January 1887.
Board of Supervisors, Proceedings of the January Session, Thursday, Jan. 13, 1887.
The following claims were presented, examined and allowed:
[NOTE: ... long list ... ]
J. G. McKeown, sheep claim 6.75
 
McKeown, John Glasgow (I1)
 

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