Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


John Ryals

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389
Shown as Ryles
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
John Ryals
Problem: Was he born in TN, or AL? His children appear in the 1880 census
of Putnam Co., MO with the birthplace of the father listed as AL.
AKA: The surname has been found spelled, Riles, Ryles and Ryals.
MARRIAGE: 15 Sep 1863 in Putnam Co., MO
(Source: Putnam Co., MO Marriage Records, 1855-1885 - furnished by Joyce
Posey)
PROBATE: John Ryals, dec'd, Estate filed, 26 Mar 1885, #705, page 96. Listed
among the heirs: Mary Ryals and Samuel Ryals of Putnam, Co., MO; Rebecca Ryals
of Nebraksa.
[Note: Mary was probably his daughter, Maryum/Miriam. REH]
(Source: Joyce Posey)


Sarah Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Sarah Powell
AKA: Sally; Sallie
BURIAL: At the Putnam Co., Missouri Library there is a book, "Pioneers," which
lists those born before 1850 who are buried in the cemeteries of the county.
Neither Charles Powell, nor his daughter Sallie (Powell) Ryals, are listed in
this record. No record of death or newspaper obituary was found.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
DEATH-COMMENT: Sarah (Powell) Ryals died after the birth of her daughter,
Rebecca, 8 Jun 1865, and before the death of her father, Charles on 2 Sep 1874.
Her children were living with the grandparents at the time of the 1870 census.


Samuel Ryals

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
PROBATE: Estate records, Putnam Co., MO 1845-1909, pg 97, filed 17 Mar
1876,
#692, pg 97.
Ryals, Minors
Children of Sallie Ryals, dec'd and John Ryals.
Daniel, Miriam, Samuel and Rebecca Ryals. All under 18 years old. Heirs
of Charles Powell, dec'd. Signed by Rebecca Powell.
[Note: This Probate record was filed by Rebecca Powell on behalf of the
children of her daughter, Sallie (Powell) Ryals. REH]
(Source: Putnam Co., MO, Estate Records - furnished by Joyce Posey)


Maryum Ryals

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
AKA: Miriam in 1876 estate record; Mary
PROBATE: Estate records, Putnam Co., MO 1845-1909, pg 97, filed 17 Mar 1876
#692, pg 97.
Ryals, Minors
Children of Sallie Ryals, dec'd and John Ryals.
Daniel, Miriam, Samuel and Rebecca Ryals. All under 18 years old. Heirs
of Charles Powell, dec'd. Signed by Rebecca Powell.
[Note: This Probate record was filed by Rebecca Powell on behalf of the
children of her daughter, Sallie (Powell) Ryals. REH]
(Source: Putnam Co., MO, Estate Records - furnished by Joyce Posey)


Daniel Ryals

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Daniel Ryals
COMMENT: Daniel Ryals was an invalid.
CENSUS: 1870, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., 224/224, 23 June 1870
Charles Powell, 56, m. farmer, 1800/1000, OH
Rebecca, 59, f. keeps house, PA
Samuel, 18, m. IA
Elizabeth Veatch, 26, f. keeps house, b. OH
Wesley D., 2, m. IA
Daniel Ryals, 8, m. MO, grandson; Rebecca Ryals, 3, f. IA granddaughter
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1880, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., #186, page 530A
Rebecca Powell, 60, farming, widow, PA NJ Ire
William G. 46, son, OH OH PA
Nacis, 46, daughter-in-law, MO Tenn Tenn
Charles, 21, grandson, MO OH MO
Rob Lee, 16, grandson, MO OH MO
Alexander, 14, grandson, MO OH MO
Daniel Ryals, 18, grandson, MO AL OH
Rebecca Ryals, 12, granddaughter, IA AL OH
(Census furnished by Joyce Posey)
PROBATE: Estate records, Putnam Co., MO 1845-1909, pg 97, filed 17 Mar
1876,
#692, pg 97.
Ryals, Minors
Children of Sallie Ryals, dec'd and John Ryals.
Daniel, Miriam, Samuel and Rebecca Ryals. All under 18 years old. Heirs
of Charles Powell, dec'd. Signed by Rebecca Powell.
[Note: This Probate record was filed by Rebecca Powell on behalf of the
children of her daughter, Sallie (Powell) Ryals. REH]
(Source: Putnam Co., MO, Estate Records - furnished by Joyce Posey)
CENSUS: 1880, in Putnam Co., MO, page 530A #186
Rebecca Powell
William, son; Nucie, daughter-in-law; Charles, grandson;
Robert Lee, grandson; Alexander, grandson
Daniel Ryals, 18, grandson; Rebecca Ryals, 12, granddaughter
(Census furnished by Joyce Posey)
LAND: Warranty Deed, dated 30 Oct 1882
Rebecca Powell, widow of Charles Powell, deceased of Putnam Co., MO., to
William Powell, in the consideration of $300.00. THE SE 1/4 of the NW quarter
of Section 15 in Township 66, of Range 19 containing 40 acres more or less.
This deed is further made for the consideration and understanding between the
parties hereto, that after the death of the grantor herein, the said grantee
shall and agrees to care for support and maintain one Daniel Ryals a minor and
cripple so long as he shall live. It is further the intention of the grantor
herein that at my death no part of the consideration or this conveyance shall
be chargeable to the said Wm. G. Powell out of my estate but that he shall
share equally with the rest in my estate left at my death.
Signed sealed and delivered Signed
H.D. Marshall Notary Public Rebecca Powell
T.E. Marshall x her mark
Filed 30 Oct 1892 - 10:45 AM - Peter Greggers - recorder
[Note: Daniel Ryals was the grandson of Rebecca Powell. Sarah (Powell) Ryals,
the mother of Daniel had died. William G. Powell was the son of Rebecca
Powell. REH]
(Source: Unionville, Putnam Co., MO records, Vol. 22, page 553 -
furnished by Joyce Posey)
CENSUS: 1885, in Sherman Co., NE, Litchfield, page 15, #119-124
Rebecca Powell
Daniel Ryals, 23, grandson
[Note: This census extraction is incomplete.]
(Census furnished by Joyce Posey)
CEMETERY: Litchfield Cemetery Records, Lot 410
[Note: Items followed by (*) may not be correct. REH]
Daniel Ryals, d. Jan 1886, single, b. 1857(*), 27yrs old(*), invalid, b. MO,
Father: John Ryals, b. Tenn., Mother: Sally Powell, b. Iowa(*), Nearest
Relative: Rebecca Powell.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)


Darby Alexander Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
death shown at Glenwood Mills, IA
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Alexander Powell
AKA: Maxine Crowell Leonard said his name was, Darby Alexander Powell
RELATIONSHIP: Alexander and (Mary) Susan Powell were the great-grandparents of
Joyce E. Posey, who submitted the articles on Abner Powell and Charles and
Rebecca (Conger) Powell to "Monroe County Ohio Families."
Census: 1860, in Appanoose Co., Iowa, Franklin Twp.
Howard Solomon, Sr; Mary E. (Conger) Early
Alexander Powell
MARRIAGE: State of Missouri; County of Putnam; This is to certify that I,
William Boggs, a Justice of the Peace within and for said county, joined in
marriage Alexander Powell and Susan Reed on the 31st day of October 1861 at
the house of Charles Powell in Putnam County and state foresaid. Given under
my hand this 25th day of January 1862.
s/William Boggs, Justice of the Peace
Filed in my office for record: January 18, 1862
Wm. A. Sheldon, Recorder
(Source: LDS Record: 10 Jun 1982; SL M515632 -0955; Serial Sheet F# 431521;
also found in Putnam Co., MO Marriage Records, Vol. 1, p. 243 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
OCCUPATION: Veterinarian, blacksmith and farmer
MILITARY: Alexander Powell, resident of Shawneetown, Missouri enlisted on Aug.
19, 1863 at Davenport, Iowa, with Company H, 8th Regiment, Iowa Volunteer
Cavalry as a Wagoner. Honorably discharged 14 Aug 1865 at Macon, Georgia.
Mustering out at Clinton, Iowa 26 June 1865.
(Source: Adjutant General Report, Roster of Iowa Soldiers, Vol. 6, pg. 1606 -
Furnished by Joyce Posey)
CHILDREN: According to Joyce E. Posey they had 8 children,2 passing away while
young.
RESIDENCES: Ohio; Appanoose Co, IA until 1885, Mills Co, Iowa after
1885; Putnam Co., MO; Haxtun, Phillips Co., CO. He farmed at Fleming, Logan
Co., CO before moving to Haxtun, CO (Logan and Phillips counties share a
border).
PENSION:
According to a pension petition, dated 11 Jun 1886, Alexander Powell was
wounded at Kingston, Georgia during a Cavalry charge on or about 15 Aug 1864.
He received injury to his back and a broken leg. The leg was set by fellow
soldiers as there was no doctor available.
A document from the War Department states that he was in a hospital in
Nashville, Tennesse in August 1864 with a gunshot wound to the abdomen.
In an affidavit dated 3 Dec 1886, Alexander Powell had to list all the places
of residence since his discharge from the service: Wayne Co, Iowa
1865-1867; Putnam Co, Missouri 1867-1872; Appanoose County,
Iowa 1872-1877;
Mills Co, Iowa 1877 to present (1886).
A Declaration for Pension, dated 4 Jun 1920, states that his residence was
Mills Co, Iowa until 1907 when he moved to Haxtun, Phillips County,
Colorado. He is described as 6 ft, 6 inches, light complexion, blue eyes and
black hair.
(Source: National Archives Pension Records - Furnished by Joyce Posey)
RECOLLECTIONS: Family stories were told that Alex Powell had the index finger
of his left hand shot off during the war. Years later, a headstone he was
helping to move fell on him, crushing his leg which had to be amputated.
Some family members recalled the twenty-one day trip to Colorado by wagon
train.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1900, in Mills Co., IA, Plattsville Twp., Dwelling 310, Family 312,
page 149A
Alexander Powell, w, m, age 57, b. Feb 1843, Ohio, father g. Ohio,
mother b. PA;
Mary, wife, w, f, age 55, b. Dec 1844, Illinois, father b. Kentucky, mother
b. Indiana;
Isaac, son, w, m, age 15, b. Feb. 1885, Iowa, father, b. OH, mother, b.
IL;
Clarence Foden, w, m, grandson, b. June 1894, Iowa; father, b. unknown,
mother, b. Iowa
(Census information furnished by Joyce Posey)
COMMENT: Joyce Posey has in her possession the only known photograph taken of
Alexander Powell. It was taken at Haxtun, Colorado during the Memorial Day
Celebration in 1910. Alex and other Civil War Veterans were standing in front
of the Farmer's State Bank, located on the west side of south Main Street. The
building burned down in 1912.
(Verified by Viola Colqlazier, Historian, Holyoke, CO - furnished by Joyce
Posey)
EMIGRATION: By 1913 they moved by wagon train to Logan Co, CO
LAND: IN 1913 they homesteaded land in Fleming, Logan Co, CO.
Census: 1920, in Phillips Co., CO, Haxtun
DEATH: Alexander Powell died on 27 Jan 1922 in Plattsville, Mills Co., IA while
visiting his daughter, Mary Richardson. The death certificate states that his
mother was Becky Conger and the information was supplied by his children.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
OBITUARY:
Alexander Powell, 77 yr, 11 m, 7 da, Old time resident and veterinarian of
western Mills Co, [IA], died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Mahlon
Richardson, in Pacific Junction, 27 Jan [1922]. He was a resident of Haxtun,
Colo., where services and burial were held. He served 4 years with the Union
Army in the Civil War. Surviving are 3 sons and 3 daughters.
(Source: Mills County Tribune, Glenwood, Iowa, Thurs. Feb. 2, 1922 -
furnished by Joyce Posey)
OBITUARY:
Alexander "Doc" Powell, 77 yr, 11 m, 7d, Died 27 Jan 1922 at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. M. Richardson. He was an early horse doctor in Mills County,
[IA]. His home in late years was in Haxtun, Colo. He was here on a visit. He
served 4 years with the Union Army, being discharged in 1865. Surviving are 3
sons and 3 daughters. Body was taken to Haxtun, [CO] for services and burial.
(Source: The Opinion, Glenwood, Iowa, Wed., Feb. 1, 1922 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
CEMETERY: Buried at the Haxtun Cemetery, Haxtun, CO. Block 3, lot 76, plot 1,
with a red sandstone headstone. The funeral was held at the Methodist Church
where he and Susan were members. Six Civil War veterans acted as pall
bearers.
Three volleys were fired and taps sounded for the death of another who risked
his life for his country.
(Source: obituary and cemetery records - Furnished by Joyce Posey)


Mary Susan Reed

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Mary Susan Reed
AKA: Susan; Mrs. A. Powell; Susan Powell; Grandma Powell; always listed as
Susan in the census records, except for 1900.
RESIDENCES: Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Colorado
Census: 1850, in Edgar Co., IL, 19th District, Page 152, line #36
George Reed, 37, farmer, KY; Harriet, 30, housekeeping, KY
Thomas, 10, IL; Ann, 7, IL, Susan, 5, IL; George, 3, IL
[Note: Another son, John, was born after the 1850 census.]
(Census furnished by Joyce Posey)
EMIGRATION: The George Reed family migrated from Illinois and settled in
Franklin Twp., Appanoose Co., Iowa. George Reed died during the trip to Iowa.
A family story is that there was an explosion on the riverboat they were
traveling on and that George was among those killed. No proof of this account
has been found.
(Written by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1860, in Appanoose Co., IA, Franklin Twp.
Harriet Reed, 40, housekeeping, b. KY
Thomas; Ann; Susan; George; John
[Note: Harriet Reed's residence was the next one visited by the census
taker after he completed the G.W. (George Washington) Conger family,
dwelling 425, family 394. Susan Reed, listed in the census, would later
marry Alexander Powell, whose mother was Rebecca Conger.]
OBITUARY: "Haxtun Harvest," Haxtun, CO, 11 Mar 1920
CEMETERY: Mary Susan (Reed) Powell died on 5 Mar 1920 at Haxtun, Colorado. She
is buried at the Haxtun Cemetery, block 3, lot 76, plot 3, with a redsandstone headstone.
(Source: Cemetery records - furnished by Joyce Posey)


Johnny Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
DEATH: Johnny Powell drowned at the age of 2 1/2 years.


Charles Flanigan

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 398


Elizabeth (Libby) Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Elizabeth Powell
CENSUS: 1870, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., 224/224, 23 June 1870
Charles Powell, 56, m. farmer, 1800/1000, OH
Rebecca, 59, f. keeps house, PA
Samuel, 18, m. IA
Elizabeth Veatch, 26, f. keeps house, b. OH
Wesley D., 2, m. IA
Daniel Ryals, 8, m. MO, grandson; Rebecca Ryals, 3, f. IA
granddaughter
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
COMMENT: Evidently Elizabeth Veatch was visiting her parents at the time of the
1870 census. She appears on the 1870 census twice, at her parents house in
Union Twp., Putnam Co., MO and at her home with Elias Veatch in Lincoln Twp.,
Putnam Co., MO. From the 1870 Elias Veatch census record it is evident that
Elizabeth was married previously to a Mr. Dodiell and had at least one child,
Wesley Dodiell born Abt. 1868 in Iowa. A review of marriage records of
Appanoose Co., IA and Putnam Co., MO did not reveal the record of the marriage
to Mr Dodiell. There were persons with that surname living in Appanoose Co.,IA
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
LEGAL_MATTER: State of Nebraska, Douglas County
On this 19th day of April, A.D. 1881 came personally before me E.M. Stenberg, a
Justice of the Peace in and for the said county, Elizabeth Bone of said county
who being by me duly sworn upon her oath says that she is a daughter of Charles
Powell, deceased, late of Putnam Co, Missouri, that at the time of death of
the said deceased she was the wife of Elias Veatch and that she is now the wife
of James Bone. Also came before me John S. Putnam and Elizabeth Putnam
respectable persons who being first duly sworn say that they are and have been
for one year well acquainted with Elizabeth Bone above named and have every
reason to believe and to believe that she is the identical person she
represents herself to be. my
Elizabeth X Bone
mark
Signed John S. Putnam
her
Elizabeth X Putnam
mark
Subscribed in my presence and sworn to before me this 19th day of April A.D.
1881.
Witnessed my hand this 19th day of April 1881
E.M. Stenberg, Justice of the Peace
Know all men by these present that I Elizabeth Bone formerly Elizabeth Powell
and Elizabeth Veatch of Douglas Co., and State of Nebraska have made constitued
and appointed and by these present do make constitute and appoint W.A. Shelton,
Co., Judge of Putnam Co. of the State of Missouri my true and lawful agent and
attorney for me and in my name and as my act and deed to demand, collect
receive and receipt for any and all sums of money due to the said Elizabeth
Bone as daughter and heir at law of Charles Powell, deceased late of Putnam
Co., Missouri; from James L. Robbins administrator of said deceased.
Hereby satisfying and confirming all acts my said attorney may do
lawfully __ or concerning the premises.
Witness my hand and seal this 12th day of May A.D. 1881. In presence of Peter
Eows (?).
my
Elizabeth X Bone
mark
State of Nebraska
County of Douglas
Be it remembered that on the 12th day of May 1881, Elizabeth Bone who is
personnaly known to the undersigned a Justice of Peace in and for Douglas Co.,
Neb. to be the same person whose name is subscribed to the within letter of _
as party thereto, this day appeared before me and acknowledged that she
executed and delivered the same as her voluntary act and __ for the __ and
persons therein contained.
Witness my hand in Douglas Co., Nebraska This 12th day of May A.D. 1881.
E.M. Stenberg
Justice of the Peace
Douglas Co., Nebraska
LEGAL_MATTER: Unionville, MO, June 22, 1881, by virtue of the within authority
I have this day received from James L. Robbins admr. of Charles Powell, dec'd
$43.26 amt. due said Elizabeth as heir of said dec'd.
Wm. A. Shelton
(Source: Documents concerning the Elizabeth Bone and the estate of Charles
Powell from the Nebraska Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska -
furnished by Joyce Posey)


Elias Veatch

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Elias Veatch
Problem: Was the surname, Veach or Veatch?
MILITARY: Civil War Veteran
SPOUSE: Elias Veatch was the 2nd husband of Elizabeth Powell. He was married
and had children prior to marrying Elizabeth (Powell) Dodiell. See the 1870
census of Putnam Co., MO for the names of at least some of his children.
Census: 1870, in Putnam Co., MO, Lincoln Twp.
Elias Veatch, 47, m. farmer, IA; Elizabeth, 24, f. keeps house, OH
Mary, 13, f. MO; Isaac, 10, m. MO; Robert, 5, m. MO; Valrina, 4, f. MO
Wesley, 2, m. IA
(Marginal note indicates married in November.)
(Source: Putnam Co., MO Public Library, Unionville, MO - furnished by
Joyce Posey)


Elizabeth (Libby) Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Elizabeth Powell
CENSUS: 1870, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., 224/224, 23 June 1870
Charles Powell, 56, m. farmer, 1800/1000, OH
Rebecca, 59, f. keeps house, PA
Samuel, 18, m. IA
Elizabeth Veatch, 26, f. keeps house, b. OH
Wesley D., 2, m. IA
Daniel Ryals, 8, m. MO, grandson; Rebecca Ryals, 3, f. IA
granddaughter
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
COMMENT: Evidently Elizabeth Veatch was visiting her parents at the time of the
1870 census. She appears on the 1870 census twice, at her parents house in
Union Twp., Putnam Co., MO and at her home with Elias Veatch in Lincoln Twp.,
Putnam Co., MO. From the 1870 Elias Veatch census record it is evident that
Elizabeth was married previously to a Mr. Dodiell and had at least one child,
Wesley Dodiell born Abt. 1868 in Iowa. A review of marriage records of
Appanoose Co., IA and Putnam Co., MO did not reveal the record of the marriage
to Mr Dodiell. There were persons with that surname living in Appanoose Co.,IA
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
LEGAL_MATTER: State of Nebraska, Douglas County
On this 19th day of April, A.D. 1881 came personally before me E.M. Stenberg, a
Justice of the Peace in and for the said county, Elizabeth Bone of said county
who being by me duly sworn upon her oath says that she is a daughter of Charles
Powell, deceased, late of Putnam Co, Missouri, that at the time of death of
the said deceased she was the wife of Elias Veatch and that she is now the wife
of James Bone. Also came before me John S. Putnam and Elizabeth Putnam
respectable persons who being first duly sworn say that they are and have been
for one year well acquainted with Elizabeth Bone above named and have every
reason to believe and to believe that she is the identical person she
represents herself to be. my
Elizabeth X Bone
mark
Signed John S. Putnam
her
Elizabeth X Putnam
mark
Subscribed in my presence and sworn to before me this 19th day of April A.D.
1881.
Witnessed my hand this 19th day of April 1881
E.M. Stenberg, Justice of the Peace
Know all men by these present that I Elizabeth Bone formerly Elizabeth Powell
and Elizabeth Veatch of Douglas Co., and State of Nebraska have made constitued
and appointed and by these present do make constitute and appoint W.A. Shelton,
Co., Judge of Putnam Co. of the State of Missouri my true and lawful agent and
attorney for me and in my name and as my act and deed to demand, collect
receive and receipt for any and all sums of money due to the said Elizabeth
Bone as daughter and heir at law of Charles Powell, deceased late of Putnam
Co., Missouri; from James L. Robbins administrator of said deceased.
Hereby satisfying and confirming all acts my said attorney may do
lawfully __ or concerning the premises.
Witness my hand and seal this 12th day of May A.D. 1881. In presence of Peter
Eows (?).
my
Elizabeth X Bone
mark
State of Nebraska
County of Douglas
Be it remembered that on the 12th day of May 1881, Elizabeth Bone who is
personnaly known to the undersigned a Justice of Peace in and for Douglas Co.,
Neb. to be the same person whose name is subscribed to the within letter of _
as party thereto, this day appeared before me and acknowledged that she
executed and delivered the same as her voluntary act and __ for the __ and
persons therein contained.
Witness my hand in Douglas Co., Nebraska This 12th day of May A.D. 1881.
E.M. Stenberg
Justice of the Peace
Douglas Co., Nebraska
LEGAL_MATTER: Unionville, MO, June 22, 1881, by virtue of the within authority
I have this day received from James L. Robbins admr. of Charles Powell, dec'd
$43.26 amt. due said Elizabeth as heir of said dec'd.
Wm. A. Shelton
(Source: Documents concerning the Elizabeth Bone and the estate of Charles
Powell from the Nebraska Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska -
furnished by Joyce Posey)


James Bone

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
RESIDENCES: James and Elizabeth Bone were living in Douglas Co., NE in 1881.
He was probably her 2nd husband.


Elizabeth (Libby) Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Elizabeth Powell
CENSUS: 1870, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., 224/224, 23 June 1870
Charles Powell, 56, m. farmer, 1800/1000, OH
Rebecca, 59, f. keeps house, PA
Samuel, 18, m. IA
Elizabeth Veatch, 26, f. keeps house, b. OH
Wesley D., 2, m. IA
Daniel Ryals, 8, m. MO, grandson; Rebecca Ryals, 3, f. IA
granddaughter
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
COMMENT: Evidently Elizabeth Veatch was visiting her parents at the time of the
1870 census. She appears on the 1870 census twice, at her parents house in
Union Twp., Putnam Co., MO and at her home with Elias Veatch in Lincoln Twp.,
Putnam Co., MO. From the 1870 Elias Veatch census record it is evident that
Elizabeth was married previously to a Mr. Dodiell and had at least one child,
Wesley Dodiell born Abt. 1868 in Iowa. A review of marriage records of
Appanoose Co., IA and Putnam Co., MO did not reveal the record of the marriage
to Mr Dodiell. There were persons with that surname living in Appanoose Co.,IA
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
LEGAL_MATTER: State of Nebraska, Douglas County
On this 19th day of April, A.D. 1881 came personally before me E.M. Stenberg, a
Justice of the Peace in and for the said county, Elizabeth Bone of said county
who being by me duly sworn upon her oath says that she is a daughter of Charles
Powell, deceased, late of Putnam Co, Missouri, that at the time of death of
the said deceased she was the wife of Elias Veatch and that she is now the wife
of James Bone. Also came before me John S. Putnam and Elizabeth Putnam
respectable persons who being first duly sworn say that they are and have been
for one year well acquainted with Elizabeth Bone above named and have every
reason to believe and to believe that she is the identical person she
represents herself to be. my
Elizabeth X Bone
mark
Signed John S. Putnam
her
Elizabeth X Putnam
mark
Subscribed in my presence and sworn to before me this 19th day of April A.D.
1881.
Witnessed my hand this 19th day of April 1881
E.M. Stenberg, Justice of the Peace
Know all men by these present that I Elizabeth Bone formerly Elizabeth Powell
and Elizabeth Veatch of Douglas Co., and State of Nebraska have made constitued
and appointed and by these present do make constitute and appoint W.A. Shelton,
Co., Judge of Putnam Co. of the State of Missouri my true and lawful agent and
attorney for me and in my name and as my act and deed to demand, collect
receive and receipt for any and all sums of money due to the said Elizabeth
Bone as daughter and heir at law of Charles Powell, deceased late of Putnam
Co., Missouri; from James L. Robbins administrator of said deceased.
Hereby satisfying and confirming all acts my said attorney may do
lawfully __ or concerning the premises.
Witness my hand and seal this 12th day of May A.D. 1881. In presence of Peter
Eows (?).
my
Elizabeth X Bone
mark
State of Nebraska
County of Douglas
Be it remembered that on the 12th day of May 1881, Elizabeth Bone who is
personnaly known to the undersigned a Justice of Peace in and for Douglas Co.,
Neb. to be the same person whose name is subscribed to the within letter of _
as party thereto, this day appeared before me and acknowledged that she
executed and delivered the same as her voluntary act and __ for the __ and
persons therein contained.
Witness my hand in Douglas Co., Nebraska This 12th day of May A.D. 1881.
E.M. Stenberg
Justice of the Peace
Douglas Co., Nebraska
LEGAL_MATTER: Unionville, MO, June 22, 1881, by virtue of the within authority
I have this day received from James L. Robbins admr. of Charles Powell, dec'd
$43.26 amt. due said Elizabeth as heir of said dec'd.
Wm. A. Shelton
(Source: Documents concerning the Elizabeth Bone and the estate of Charles
Powell from the Nebraska Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska -
furnished by Joyce Posey)


Mark Crabtree

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 398
marriage shown as 13 Sep 1867 to Mark Crabtree
DWS :Did Orphra Powell marry Mark Crabtree a month before her second marriage?


Orphya Jane Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
Birth shown as 8 Nov 1848 vs 9 Nov 1847 by REH below
Name found as Ophra and Orphya
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Problem: Was her name, Orpha J., Ophylia or Orphya Jane?
Census: 1860, in Putnam Co., MO
Orpha J. Howard
RESIDENCES: As of Jul 1908, Putnam Co., MO
OBITUARY: Orphya Jane


Solomon T Howard Jr

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389
shown as Solomon T Howard
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Solomon Howard Jr.
PARENTS: Solomon Howard Jr. was the son of Solomon Howard Sr. and his first
wife, Serena. Solomon Sr. later married Mary E. Conger.
MARRIAGE-CONFLICT: Several dates of marriage for Solomon and Orphya Howard have
been listed: 11 Aug 1867, 22 Aug 1867 in Putnam Co., MO and 13 Sep 1855 in
Putnam Co., MO. At the time of the 1860 census, Solomon was single and only 18
years old.
MARRIAGE: 22 Aug 1867 Solomon Howard Jr. married in Putnam Co., MO.
(Source: Putnam Co., MO marriage records - furnished by Joyce Posey)
MARRIAGE: The date of marriage given in an obituary of Orphya is 4 Aug 1866.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
COMMENT: The following Howard children preceded their parents in death: Rosie,
Nelson, Jessie, Cynthia, Rebecca.


Orphya Jane Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
Birth shown as 8 Nov 1848 vs 9 Nov 1847 by REH below
Name found as Ophra and Orphya
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Problem: Was her name, Orpha J., Ophylia or Orphya Jane?
Census: 1860, in Putnam Co., MO
Orpha J. Howard
RESIDENCES: As of Jul 1908, Putnam Co., MO
OBITUARY: Orphya Jane


Samuel Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
birth shown as at Unionville, MO
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Samuel Powell
MARRIAGE: Samuel Powell and Mary Bacus were married on 25 Feb 1871 at
Unionville, Putnam Co., MO
(Source: Missouri Marriage Records, Putnam Co., MO, Vol. 2, p. 25 -
furnished by Joyce Posey)
Problem: The obituary of Mary Powell lists the marriage date as, 23 Feb
1871.
EMIGRATION: After the death of Charles Powell on 2 Sep 1874, in Putnam Co., MO,
Rebecca and her sons, William and Samuel and their families, moved to Clear
Creek District, Sherman Co, Nebraska in 1883. They homesteaded land in the
village known as Cedarville, which is now known as Litchfield.
Census: 1880, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., #180
Samuel Powell, 27, b. IA OH OH(PA); Mary, 29, b. OH OH OH
Calfina? (not legible), 7, b. MO; Elias, 4, b. MO
Census: 1885, in Sherman Co., NE, Clear Creek Twp., 40/41
Samuel, 33, farmer, IA OH PA; Mary, 34, OH OH OH
Children listed are not legible
Possibly Florence (Fern), age 12, b. MO
Kirt, age 9, b. MO
Sallie, age 5, b. MO
LAND: Homesteaded land, N.W. 31 Sec., Twp. 14, Range 16, 158 acres, 72
hundreds; Purchase price $1.25 per acre; Purchase date: 3 Nov 1883; Patent
#8414, dated 20 Feb 1889, Certificate # 13742; Sherman Co., Clear Creek
district #721, Nebraska. [Note: This was in the area of Litchfield, Sherman
Co., NE.]
(Source: Homestead Deed, Vol. 116 - furnished by Joyce Posey)
LAND: Land Patent Record; Vol. 216, p. 205, Certificate #3721.
Samuel Powell purchased land located at: N 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of the N 1/4 SW
1/4, Lot 3, Sec. 30, Twp. 21, North of rante 51 west, containing 160 acres and
66/100th of an acre.
Samuel and Mary Powell sold this land to J.T. Campell on 27 Jan 1894 for
$600.00.
(Source: Deed Records of Cheyenne Co., NE, Book W, p. 117 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
LAND: 1885 Production of Agriculture Schedule
Samuel Powell, tilled 14 acres; had 141 acres unimproved/not growing wood:
value of farm $500.00; value of livestock $500.00; paid $25.99 wages for farm
labor of three weeks in 1884; value of farm productions in 1884, $40.00; mowed
2 acres; 4 acres in hay; 2 horses as of June 1, 1884.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
RESIDENCES: In 1888 they moved to Bayard, NE and homesteaded again. They next
moved to Minatare, Scottsbluff Co., NE where he lived the rest of his life.
COMMENT: He was well known and respected by his neighbors and as a businessman.
OCCUPATION: farmer and auctioneer; he bought stock and cried farm sales all
over the valley; The large sales barn owned by Samuel Powell was still standing
in 1995.
OBITUARY: Names children: Fern (Norris); Curt; Sallie Florence (Evans). He
died intestate. The heirs are also mentioned in the estate petition. Not
one of his brothers, sisters or parents was named in the obituary.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
OBITUARY:
Samuel Powell was one of the most widely known individuals in this section, and
his many good qualities had also resulted in many personal friendships. Good
hearted, generous to a fault and always accomodating, he also possessed a
faculty of loyalty which added to his friendships.
(Source: Gering Courier, Gering, NE, Friday Nov. 26, 1926 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
CEMETERY: Samuel and Mary Powell are buried at Minatare, Scotts Bluff Co, NE
in the East Lawn Cemetery, Section D, Block 8, Lots 1 & 2, without headstones.
PROBATE: Estate Petition
In the matter of Samuel Powell, deceased, Administratix, Sallie Florence Evans,
daughter of said Samuel Powell. Petitioner believes Samuel Powell died
intestate, as no Last Will or Testament of said Samuel Powell has been
discovered. Only heirs: Fern Norris, daughter, of Alliance, Neb.; Curt Powell,
son, of Arminto, Wyo.; Sallie Florence Evans, daughter of Minatare, Neb.
Estimated Value of Estate, $1000.00. dated November A.D. 1926. Signed by
Sallie Florence Evans.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)


Mary Elizabeth Bacus

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Mary Elizabeth Bacus
BIRTH: Canton, OH per obituary
Census: 1870, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp.,
Jesse Bacus, 43, farmer, OH; Catherine, 40, OH
William, 21, OH; Mary E., 18, OH; Noah, 17, OH; Nancy, 15, OH
Lafayette, 13, MO; Jonah/Josiah, 11, MO; Jesse, 8, MO; Sherman, 6, MO
U.S. Grant, 3, MO
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
RESIDENCES: Mar 1914, corner of Niagara and Vancouver streets, Minatare, NE
ERROR: She has been listed as a daughter of William and Margaret Bacus.
OBITUARY:
At 9 o'clock p.m., Thursday [12 Mar 1914], the angel of death entered the home
of our estimable fellow citizen, Col. Sam Powell, and released his wife, Mrs.
Mary Elizabeth Bacus Powell from her earthly sufferings which have been
especially severe for the past three months.
Mary E. Bacus was born in Canton, Ohio, on the 9th day of July 1851, and moved
with her parents to Unionville, Missouri, in 1865, where she was married
February 23rd 1871 to Samuel Powell, settling in Cheyenne Co, Nebraska, in
1889, and Scotts Bluff county, near the present villiage of Minatare in August
1894.
Mrs. Powell was an earnest consistent Christian woman and joined the Christian
Church in Unionville, Mo., when she was a girl of seventeen years. Besides a
kind and affectionate husband she leaves to mourn her loss, a son, Curt Powell
of Bridgeport and two daughters, Mrs. Sarah Evans of Bayard, [NE] and Mrs.
Fernie Norris of North Platte, [NE].
The funeral services for Mrs. Powell will take place at her late residence
corner of Niagara and Vancouver streets, Saturday morning [14 Mar 1914], at ten
o'clock conducted by Rev. T.C. Osborne of Scotts Bluff, an old friend of the
family, and interment will be made in East Lawn Cemetery.
(Source: Unionville Republican, 8 Apr 1914, Unionville, Putnam Co., MO,
appeared earlier in Minatare Free Press, Minatare, NE - furnished by Joyce
Posey)


Curtis Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Curtis Powell
AKA: Curt; Elias, age 4, born in MO in 1880 census; Kirt, age 9, born in MO in
1885 census.
Census: 1880, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., #180
Samuel Powell, 27, b. IA OH OH(PA); Mary, 29, b. OH OH OH
Calfina? (not legible), 7, b. MO; Elias, 4, b. MO
Census: 1885, in Sherman Co., NE, Clear Creek Twp., 40/41
Samuel, 33, farmer, IA OH PA; Mary, 34, OH OH OH
Children listed are not legible
Possibly Florence (Fern), age 12, b. MO
Kirt, age 9, b. MO
Sallie, age 5, b. MO
RESIDENCES: As of Mar 1914, Bridgeport. There is a Bridgeport in Morrill
Co., NE, is that where he lived?
RESIDENCES: As of Nov 1926, Curt Powell of Arminto, WY


Nancy Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
CEMETERY: Died 25 Apr 1885, buried in the Litchfield Cemetery,
Litchfield, NE,
Lot #13.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)


Jackson Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Jackson Powell
BIRTH: 18 Oct 1861 in Putnam Co., MO
(Source: Obituary - furnished by Joyce Posey)
MARRIAGE: Jackson Powell, 24, and Alice Probasco, 17, were married on 22 Dec
1888 in Putnam Co., MO.
[Note: If Jackson Powell was born in 1861 he would have been 27 years old at
the time of his marriage to Alice, a 10 year age difference. REH]
(Source: Putnam Co., MO Marriage Records, Vol. 2, p. 69 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
Census: 1900, in Putnam Co., MO, Lincoln Twp
[Note: Father and mother's birth state last 2 items. REH]
Jackson Powell, b. 1861, 38, m. b. Oct, MO, OH, OH
Alice J., b. 1871, 28, f. b. Jul MO, OH, IL
Martha, dau, b. 1889, 10, f. b. MO, MO, MO
Flossie C., dau, b. 1891, 9, f. b. MO, MO, MO
Frank, son, b. 1892, 8, m. b. MO, MO, MO
Tillie, dau, b. 1893, 6, f. b. MO, MO, MO
Roy, son, b. 1895, 5, m. b. MO, MO, MO
son, son, b. 1897, 3, m. b. MO, MO, MO
baby, son, b. 1900, ?, m. MO, MO, MO
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
RESIDENCES: As of Jul 1908, Mendota, Putnam Co., MO
RESIDENCES: As of Mar 1927, Mendota, MO
RESIDENCES: As of Dec 1944, Moline, IL
RESIDENCES: As of Jul 1945, 1119 Fifth Avenue, Rock Island, IL
OBITUARY: Jackson Powell
Jackson Powell, was born in Putnam county, Missouri on October 18, 1861, and
departed this life at the Moline hospital in Moline, Ill., Sept. 12,
1946. Age at death, 84 years, 10 months, 24 days.
[Note: There is an error in one of the three pieces of date information
listed.
The time between 18 Oct 1861 and 12 Sep 1946 is 84 years, 10 months, 25 days.
REH]
Mr. Powell lived his entire life here in this county, excepting the last two
years when his home was at, 1119 Fifth Avenue, Rock Island, Ill.
He was united in marriage with Miss Alice Prosbasco of the home community,
December 21, 1888. Their home was a happy home for 58 years. Their marriage
was blessed with six sons and seven daughters. Two daughters preceded [their]
father in death.
In death he is mourned by the devoted wife, Mrs. Alice Powell of Rock Island,
Ill.; children: Frank and Guy of Rock Island, Ill.; Charles of Moline; Roy of
Phoenix, Arz.; Curtis of Milwaukee and William of Racine; Mrs. Harry Van Vark
of Prairie City, Ia.; Mrs. Thomas Strand of Sheridan, Wyo.; Mrs. Carl Johnson
of Rock Island; Mrs. Harry Stromdahl of Rockford; Mrs. Ray Couch of Phoenix,
Arz.; and Mrs. Henry Paaske of Ago, Iowa; 23 grandchildren; 6 great
grandchildren; 3 brothers and 2 sisters all of Unionville, Mo.
He was a member of the Christian congregation at Stringtown. He was sincerely
devoted to his church, community and family. He loved his home and his family
and was the happiest when they were all home together.
The body was brought to Comstock Funeral Home Friday where funeral services
were held Sunday, September 15 at 2 p.m., conducted by a former Putnam county
minister, J.D. Noland.
The name of Jackson Powell will be remembered in the Stringtown community for
many years to come.
The beautiful floral display spoke volumes of love for their father and
husband. Everything was so arranged that it made a beautiful setting for the
service. Mrs. Arthur Comstock at the piano, Mrs. Willie Pittmna and J.N.
Comstock sang three very appropriate songs. Six young men of his former
neighbors families were pall bearers. The body was kindly laid to rest in the
Unionville Cemetery.
(Source: Unionville Republican, Unionville, Putnam Co., MO, 25 Sep 1946 -
furnished by Joyce Posey)
CEMETERY: Jackson and Alice Powell are buried in Section 4 of Unionville
Cemetery in Unionville, Putnam Co., MO
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)


Alice Jane Probasco

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Alice Jane Probasco
RESIDENCES: As of Sep 1946, Rock Island, IL
OBITUARY: Alice J. Powell
Alice J. Powell, the daughter of William Harry and Elizabeth Probasco, was born
July 7, 1871 in Unionville, Missouri and departed this life November 19, 1953,
at her home in Rock Island, Illinois after an extended illness, at the age of
82 years, 4 monts and 12 days.
She was a member of the First Christian Church of Unionville, [MO].
She was preceded in death by two daughters, Martha, and one in infancy, one son
Guy, and her husband, Jackson Powell.
She leaves to mourn her passing: five sons, Frank, of Rock Island, Ill; Roy, of
Phoenix, Arizona; Curtis of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; William of Racine, Wisconsin;
and Charles of Argo, Iowa; seven daughters, Roxie Johnson, of Rock Island, Ill;
Mrs. Harry Van Vark, of Prairie City, Iowa; Mrs. Thomas Strand, of Sheridan,
Wyoming; Mrs. Harry Stromdahl, of Rockford, Illinois; Mrs. Ray Crouch, of
Pamona, California; Mrs. Claude Gilppin, of Hollywood, California; and Mrs.
Henry Paaske, of Argo, Iowa; one sister, Mrs. Noah McHenry, of Unionville;
twenty-three grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren, and a host of other
relatives and friends.
The funeral was conducted Sunday, November 21 at one o'clock by Lyle Childs,
minister of the Christian Church under the direction of the Comstock Funeral
Home. Interment was in the Unionville Cemetery.
(Source: Obituary Index - Published in the Unionville Republican, newspaper of
Unionville, Missouri, 25 Nov 1953 - researcher, Sarah Lemen Phillips,
Unionville, MO - furnished by Joyce Posey)


Charles Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
RESIDENCES: As of Dec 1944, Moline, IL
RESIDENCES: As of Sep 1946, Moline, IL
RESIDENCES: As of Nov 1953, Argo, Iowa


Curtis Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
RESIDENCES: As of Dec 1944, Milwaukee, WI
RESIDENCES: As of Sep 1946, Milwaukee, WI
RESIDENCES: As of Nov 1953, Milwaukee, WI


William Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
RESIDENCES: As of Dec 1944, U.S. Army, stationed overseas
RESIDENCES: As of Sep 1946, Racine, WI
RESIDENCES: As of Nov 1953, Racine, WI


Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
CEMETERY: Section 3, Powell, Infant; daughter of J. & A.J.; d. Feb. 10, 1888,
no age; buried next to Jackson and Alice J. Powell
(Source: Unionville Cemetery Index, Unionville, MO, p. 51 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)


Frank Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
RESIDENCES: As of Dec 1944, Rock Island, IL
RESIDENCES: As of Sep 1946, Rock Island, IL
RESIDENCES: As of Nov 1953, Rock Island, IL


Roy Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
RESIDENCES: As of Dec 1944, Phoenix, AZ
RESIDENCES: As of Sep 1946, Phoenix, AZ


Guy Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Guy Powell
RESIDENCES: As of Sep 1946, Rock Island, IL
RESIDENCES: Jan 1952, 431 Ninth Street; Rock Island, IL
MILITARY: U.S. Army veteran of WWII
CHURCH_AFFILIATION: Member of Christian Church in Unionville, MO
OBITUARY: Guy Powell
Guy Powell, 53, of 431 Ninth Street, Rock Island, IL, a assembler at Farmall
worked in Rock Island, died in his home at 7:30 this morning, Jan. 18, [1952].
of a heart attack. Mr. Powell was born January 22, 1898 in Unionville, Mo.,
the son of Jackson and Alice Powell.
A veteran of Army service during World War II, Mr. Powell was a member of the
Christian Church at Unionville, [MO].
He never married.
Survivors are the mother, who lives in Rock Island, [IL]; five brothers, Frank
of Rock Island; Roy of Phoenix, Arizona; Curtis of Milwaukee, Wis.; Charles of
Argo, Ia.; seven sisters, Mrs. Harry Van Vark of Prairie City, Ia.; Mrs. Thomas
Strand of Sheridan, Wyo.; Mrs. John Staubach of Rock Island; Mrs. Harry
Stromdahl of Rockford, Ill.; Mrs. Raymond Crouch of Colona, Ill.; Mrs. Claude
Gilpin of North Hollywood, Calif.; and Mrs. Henry Paaske of Argo, Iowa, and
several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Powell's father and a sister preceded him in death.
Funeral services were conducted at Comstock Funeral Home on Monday Jan. 21,
1952, 2 p.m. by Ivan Riess, Minister. Burial in Unionville Cemetery,
[Unionville, MO].
(Source: Unionville Republican newspaper, Unionville, MO, 23 Jan 1952 -
researcher, Sarah Lemen Phillips - furnished by Joyce Posey)
QUESTION: Which sister was Mrs. John Staubach of Rock Island, IL and which
sister was Mrs. Claude Gilpin of North Hollywood, CA as of 23 Jan 1952?


Fern Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
AKA: Fernie
RESIDENCES: As of Mar 1914, North Platte, NE
RESIDENCES: Nov 1926, Fern Norris of Alliance, NE