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WOLFLEY posted by C. Unlisted on Monday, September 7, 1998

Searching for any information on the WOLFLEY family of NEMAHA and surrounding counties. Particularly Augustus Wolfley whom resided in Nemaha county 1865. Any information on his decendants, particularly Dorsey Wolfley. Also any information on Augustus' wife Mary CUDNEY.

BERGEN, DEN, VAN posted by paul vd Bergen on Monday, September 7, 1998

I am looking for family members of Jacobus Francies van den bergen, he was born in Honttenisse 19-4-1822 ( Holland ) His wife was Anna Catherina van den Bergen / Ivens born in Grauw 5-10-1821 ( Holland ) They married 25-7-1847 in Grauw In 1850 they left Holland They had 2 children, these children where born in America ( i think in some place in Ohio ) The name's of these children where Pieter ( Peter ) van den Bergen and Maria van den Bergen It maid be that there are some parts of our name are gone in the US ( van den ) Because i have some info over the name " BERGEN "

BESTWICK, BREON, CLOSE, HENNIGH posted by D. Unlisted on Sunday, September 27, 1998

I am a descendant of Elias Breon of Centre Co., PA, and am researching the BREON family. One of the sisters, Mary (1847-1941), settled in Sabetha, Nemaha Co., KS, with her husband, David HENNIGH (1847-1921). He was also from Centre Co., PA. They had 11 children, including daus who married to men named BESTWICK and CLOSE. Thus, it is probable that I am related to any/all persons named HENNIGH/BESTWICK/CLOSE, etc. in Nemaha Co. Please post the query that I am searching for these names. Justin Houser

BALL, CROWELL, TAPPEN posted by John Mahoney on Sunday, September 27, 1998

GR CROWELL was born to MILES TAPPEN & MERIAM BALL 1882 Superior, NE, just across the border. Have followed some Virgiania BALL's to northeast KS. See a JAMES M BALL in 1857 Nemaha census. Can you provide any additional info on him and family?

CULVERHOUSE, GOLDSBERRY, MONTGOMERY, SHIFFER, SPIKER posted by Chris Miller on Sunday, September 27, 1998

my connection to Nemaha County is through my grandfather - the late George Lee MILLER of Bern. Related Nemaha names I'm researching are:

COX posted by T. Cox on Sunday, November 8, 1998

I am looking for information on George C. Cox and his wife Jane who immigrated from London to Nemaha County in 1868. He is my great-grandfather and I am looking for information on his children and information on the Cox family in England

ALLEN posted by Tom Allen on Sunday, November 8, 1998

My great grandfather and great grandmother John Hezekiah and Mary Elizabeth Allen were living in Nemaha Co. after he got out of the Civil War. Register of deed info for August 1866 in Marshall Co. for settling my great great grandfather's will lists them as living in Nemaha Co. I have not other information that indicates the location within the county. Any ideas of where to look? Any assistance appreciated.

AZIER, WEMPE, WINKLER posted by Peggie (Knoblauch) Ballard on Sunday, November 8, 1998

I am just starting research on my late husband's family for our sons. Nemaha County is rich in history about the Winklers, so I am told. Bernard Winkler came from Germany, settled in Brown county, then moved to Nemaha county. He married Mary Wempe, whose parents also came from Oldenburg, Germany, in 1869 at Atchison, KS. They had eleven children, one being Joe John Winkler who wed Della Aziere, who were Lawrence 'Germ' Winkler's parents. My ex-late husband was one of Lawrence and Teresa McGinty Winkler's sons, Kenneth. He is buried in Sts P&P Cemetery north of Seneca, as is his dad. His mom, Teresa was in the Seneca Care home last I heard. Bernard was a pioneer in Kansas.

MOORE posted by Kathy Cottier on Sunday, November 8, 1998

I am looking for information on my grandfather's family who lived in Seneca, Kansas. My grandfather was Roy E. Moore, son of Samuel and Nora Moore, and he was born in Seneca October 16, 1875.

OWENS posted by Sharon King on Sunday, November 8, 1998

I am looking for information on my g-grandfather, George Wilbur Owens, born, _____, ____, died 1925-26. He lived as a young man in Schenectady (?) or upstate New York and his parents were purportedly from Wales. I think he had 3 sisters; the last his grandchildren heard, the sisters remained unmarried. He married Frances Menorah McCombs: the family believes her motherís name was McCaig. or McKaig, McCague. It is thought her background was Scots-Irish-English. She had two sisters. Family anecdotes indicate that she was adopted. I do not know where they were married or how they got from NY to Kansas. George worked as a railroad line inspector in Kansas, probably at or near Goff (Goffs), Nemaha County, Kansas and at one time ran a variety store. He lived in Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas in 1883 when his son, Chester, was born and in Goff, Nemaha County, Kansas, from at least 1889 when daughter, Phoebe Jane (Jennie) was born, through late 1906. The family then moved to Cherokee, Alfalfa County, Oklahoma, at least by 27 September 1907 and was still living there on 13 July 1910.

DENNING, DINNING, RICHARDON posted by Ballita Schafer on Sunday, November 8, 1998

Aaron C. Richardson married Viola E. Dinning/Denning, August, 1905 in Buchanan Co. Missouri. Viola listed her place of residence as Seneca, Nemaha, Ks, Aaron listed Holton, Jackson,Ks. I would like to hear from anyone researching these 2 people.

MAELZER posted by Edwin Thompson on Sunday, November 8, 1998

Maelzer Family - Researching the family of Gottfired Julius Maelzer. If you have information and are interested will be happy to share and correspond.

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