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Cheyenne County Queries 2008

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To enter queries for your ancestors in Cheyenne County, send your query to me, with the new Cheyenne County Query / Surname Entry Form!!  Your query MUST mention Cheyenne County to be posted on these Query pages.

Note: Users of a web-based email program such as some users of AOL, WebTV, Juno, CompuServe and users of MSN that have opted to use MSN Explorer's web-based email. Please use the link directly below to send your queries and/or surnames.  I have found that this form by it's very nature does not work unless there is an email program  resident on your computer.  I am sorry for this inconvenience, I am working to find coding to enable this form to be used by all. - Kenny

Kenneth Thomas (kgthomas51@charter.net)

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Cynthia Kindall (cjkindall@msn.com)  4 August 2008
I have been told that an ancestor of mine, Thomas FRY died in Bird City, Kansas.  He was born in 1858 to  Francis  FRY and Anne MANOQUE.  I wish to know if he married and where he is buried.

Sherri Gregory (sgregory1@neb.rr.com)  18 July 2008
Several CRABTREE families migrated to Cheyenne County, Kansas early in the 1900's, taking advantage of the Homestead Act to prove up on places along the "north divide" between St. Francis, Kansas and Parks, Nebraska.  They previously lived in Cass County, Nebraska and  Scioto County, Ohio. 

Chuck Lingren (clingren@brookings.net)  04 July 2008
What do you know about Samuel and Pearl CAMPBELL and Samuel CAMPBELL's mother, Elizabeth (ORCUTT) CAMPBELL.  I know that Elizabeth is buried in the Tarpley Ridgevale cemetery at St. Francis, and that she died in 1888.  I know little else.  I know that Samuel moved there from Iowa, and that Pearl moved to Colorado upon his death in 1894.  What else can you tell me?

M. W. Hougland (mhougland@gmail.com)  23 June 2008
William Albert DUGGER.  I am looking for information about William Albert DUGGER who applied for a Civil War Pension, 6 Feb 1907 in Cheyenne Co. NB. The family came from Kansas to Neb in 1887. In the family history places like Redington, Chimney Rock and Morganville are mentioned but I can't find them on a map. They may have lived in the Bridgeport area.

For Comments and/or Suggestions please contact Kenneth Thomas

Last update: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 23:43:56

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