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Nettie, came to Mitchell County in a covered wagon in 1871 with her parents and they homesteaded near Glen Elder, Kansas in Mitchell county.
Interred in Couch Cemetery, Jewell, Kansas.
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They farm a large wheat ranch in Jewell, Kansas. They have harvesting equipment which takes them away from home during the wheat harvest season.
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They reside in Australia.
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Attended Kansas State University
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Killed in auto accident.
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He was a state senator.
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Graduated from Kansas University.
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He is not listed on group sheet on page 94 of Arrasmith book (not sure
where in book his name came from)?
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Ralph was a farmer, he also was a road-grader for Jewell County Highway department, a night watchman for Jewell, traveled with custom harvesters.
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Ida attended a one-room school, Center Dist. 147 northeast of Ionia. She
began working for others at the age of 14 and continued giving of herself
in many unselfish ways until a few days before her death.
Many organizations filled her life. She was a member of the Trinity
United Methodist Church, Jewell. As a teen she had been baptized in the
Soloman River. For over 50 years, she had been an active member of the
Jewell Rebekah Lodge where she was serving as Lodge Deputy and reporter.
Also, she belonged to the Past Noble Grand Club, the Jewell American
Legion Auxiliary, Jewell Senior Citizens, the Trinity United Methodist
Woman, and the Jewell county Women's Republican Club. She held various
offices in al of these groups over the years. For over 40 years, she had
been a correspondence for the Jewell County Republican.
Her husband, two sons, 1 brother and 5 sisters preceded her in death.
Ida was a paper-hanger for thirty years (per Ida Arasmith and Fawna
She died at her apartment in Jewell.
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Was killed in a tragic accident at a gravel excavation on the family farm April 13, 1940 when he was 11. It was a landslide, a cave-in of gravel.
Note H00293 Index
Graduated from Jewell Rural High School, studied two years at Fort Hays State college, was an elementary school teacher, a librarian at Randall and ad representative for the Jewell County Republican weekly newspaper at Jewell, Kansas.
Gene Barrett adopted Fawna's three children in 1961. Gregory changed his name back to Wilson in 1972.
Lives in Randall with her husband and family.
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His father was a farmer, and his mother a teacher. He graduated Randall
Rural High School, served in the U. S. Marines 1952-54, is a farmer and
assistant to Blachly-Buoy Funeral Home.