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1  Family: F171
 
2  Family: F188
 
3  Family: F192
 
4  Family: F212
 
5  Family: F380
 
6  Family: F388
 
7  Family: F389
 
8  Family: F472
 
9  Family: F667
 
10  Family: F687
 
11  Family: F864
 
12  Family: F890
 
13  Family: F1236
 
14  Family: F1242
 
15  Family: F1832
 
16  Family: F1837
 
17  Family: F683
 
18  Family: F778
 
19  Family: F1140
 
20  Family: F1239
 
21  Family: F1357
 
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Family: F611
 
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Family: F840
 
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Family: F66
 
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Family: F191
 
26
George Wilburn is listed as William G in this census., 
Family: F177
 
27 "According to the proof of Heirship records of the Choctaw Nation, Andrew Charles Bullard stated that he was divorced from Villey." (Edith Rutherford Knott) Family: F1763
 
28 "C.E. Garee went by rail (and others) to Stockton, MO and married Eva Dunaway in Stockton. They returned to Noble by rail attending the World's Fair in St. Louis for their honeymoon and then visiting the Wiggins and Aunt Rhoda Garee in Kansas on the way to Noble. They lived with the F.A. Garee's about a year. Rubi was born in the F.A. Garee home on September 28, 1898.” (Frances Peters) Family: F379
 
29 "Mary and Issac Brown came to Oklahoma in a railroad immigrant car. They lived in one end of the car and had their belongings in the other end." Family: F616
 
30 "They were wheat farmers and owned a large farm. They had three sons and two daughters."[CI:164:?3:CI] Family: F1748
 
31 (Divorce case #5981 Labette County, Kansas District Court, Oswego, Kansas.  Divorce was granted by the court on Feb. 22, 1899 with a waiting period of 6 months before remarriage by either party.  Just a note on the divorce petition and settlement:  Evidently Newt didn't show up for any part of the proceedings as the notice was published in the official county paper and said Address Unknown.  I assume it was published in the paper because they could not deliver papers to him not knowing where he was.  Lena sued for a divorce on the grounds of neglect of duty and extreme cruelty.  She was granted custody of the children and the right to all the farm equipment they owned. (He had sold the corn crop that was harvested before he left and took all the money with him leaving her with  no money for food or clothing for  herself and her children according to the petition for divorce.) [Source: Pat Francis] Family: F876
 
32 1667/68 Family: F7563
 
33 1900 census says they’d been married 12 years.  Family: F619
 
34 1907 - MARRIAGE: MARRIAGE RECORDS MARATHON CO
JOHN STEVEN TOMANY, BARBER, SON OF FRANK TOMANY AND JOSEPHINE BALLY, BORN MASESCHINE, AUSTRIA/HUNGARY, RES., WAUSAU, TO
MABEL ELIZABETH KEITHLEY, DAUGHTER OF MARTHA ANN POREN, BORN GERARD, KANSAS, MARRIED APRIL 29, 1907, CATHOLIC, WITNESSES; CHARLES J TOMANY AND GERTRUDE FRIEDRIECH, OFFICIATING, J J BREIMAN 
Family: F785
 
35 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F6245
 
36 1st marriage Family: F5572
 
37 1st wife Family: F2323
 
38 20 and 17 when they married Family: F1344
 
39 32 years Family: F6394
 
40 50 years Family: F6914
 
41 A Joseph Morse and Nancy Tucker married Dec. 3, 1792 in Westfield, New Jersey. It appears as though there were several Joseph Morse' who married a Nancy Tucker.

Nancy Tucker m. Joseph Morse 31 Dec 1792; Presbyterian Church in Westfield New Jersey (according to my source 510 John Littell) 
Family: F844
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F533
 
43 A transcription for Pratt County, Kansas lists in the 1866 marriage records:
John W. Reddick, age 28, Pratt Co., to Lydia A. Thorp, Pratt Co., Feb. 15, 1886 at Pratt by James Kelley, Justice of the Peace.

The 1910 census indicates that John and Liddy had been married 26 years.

 
Family: F617
 
44 A.E. Little and Bettie Boles Family: F624
 
45 about, 6 miles south of Whitewater. C.E. Garee says that "When they went on horseback to be married (spring 1872) the preacher lived in a dugout. Not wanting to be married in a dugout, they stepped outside and had it said on horseback in the open praire." Family: F683
 
46 According to her headstone Family: F2411
 
47 According to her marriage license she is the daughter of John and Elizabeth Keithley.
Magistrate was E. B. Ferris and Virginia Ferris and L. Butcher signed the license. 
Family: F1145
 
48 According to Jessie's obituary. Family: F2364
 
49 According to the 1900 Census Eva and Leo's parents were born in the same states. Arthur and Susanna are listed as Joseph's children but the birthplace of their parents doesn't match. The census indicates that their father was born in Illinois and their mother was born in Kentucky. Joseph's second wife Sarah was born in Missouri. In 1900 Joseph, Sarah, Eva, Leo, Arthur, Susanna and uncle W.R. were living together.

46/M; SD #12; ED 47; sheet 10
Family: F777
 
50 According to the Bosque County: Land and People, with the 10 step-children and four of her own to raise, "she must have indeed needed help; however, by this time some of the older Pearce children had established homes and had taken some of their younger brothers and sisters." Family: F1312
 

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