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1866 - Married Harriet E Pegg 5 Jan 1866 in Centerville, Appanoose, Iowa.

1926 -

FindAGrave lists Benjamin Morlan, born 1 Aug 1844, died 30 Jul 1926. He is buried in Cedar Vale Cemetery in Cedar Vale, Chautauqua, Kansas.

From FindAGrave -
Benjamin was the son of Silas Morlan & Sarah Elizabeth Hunter, both buried in Cedar County, Missouri. He was the second of 14 children. Benjamin Franklin was born on August 1, 1845 in Parke Co., Indiana. He served in the Civil War. He was married to Harriet Pegg. They married in Centerville, Appanoose County, Iowa on January 4, 1866 and had 7 children. Lillie F., Rosa Bell, Carrie B., Nora Alvira, Charles Homer, George Silas and John Carl. Harriet died May 10, 1889 in Stockton, Missouri. Then he married the sister-in-law of a neighbor who was a widow, Susan Gasset. They moved to Kansas and he died in Chautauqua County, Kansas. Both he and Susan are buried in Cedar Vale Cemetery.
 
MORLAN, Benjamin (P1639)
 
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1930 -
29 May - Margaret Helen graduated from Hutchinson High School.
1940 -

1944 -
22 Aug: Married Ernest Lloyd Rayner - Find Marriage Record
From The News-Herald, Hutchinson, Kansas, Tuesday, 22 Aug 1944, pg 6:
"Around The Town - Margaret Helen Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of King's Gardens, and Pvt. Ernest Lloyd Rayner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rayner, 705 East Fourth, were married at 8 o'clock this morning in First Presbyterian Church by Rev R.L. George. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Withroder were attendants...The bride wore a two-piece suit of grey corduroy with peplum jacket and white lace __ and collar. Her small hat of black felt was accented with _____, and other accessories were black. She wore a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Withroder wore black sheer with matching accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds... A wedding breakfast was given in the Bisonte hotel by Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Pvt. and Mrs. Rayner left for a week's wedding trip to Chicago. He will return to Scott Field, ILL, where he is stationed with the army air corps and Mrs. Rayner will return here. Both are graduates of Hutchinson high school and he was window decorator at Wiley's before entering service. Mrs. Rayner has been employed as secretary in the Chamber of Commerce office 13 years...Only out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mast. Sgt. and Mrs. Harvey Rafadeen of Los Angeles."

2000 -


 
JONES, Margaret Helen (P2708)
 
3 1635 - Left London, England on the Abigail on 30 Jun 1635.


 
RIALL, Ann (P268)
 
4 1850 -
In the 1850 US Federal Census for District 9, Lawrence County, Tennessee, Calvin Smith Stiles is enumerated with his maternal grandfather, Amos Richardson and family. Calvin is 16 years old.

1866 -
On 24 Apr 1866, Calvin Smith Stiles was appointed Postmaster General for Fair Grove, Greene, Missouri. He held the position until 5 Sep 1867. - U.S. Appointments of U.S. Postmasters, 1832 - 1971
 
STILES, Calvin Smith (P1437)
 
5 1921
Buried in Dunavant. 
COTTON, George W (P256)
 
6 1944 -
From the Temple Daily Telegraph 27 Jun 1944:

Mrs Clare Teaff, 90, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Cook, at 7:20 a.m. Monday.
She was born May 15, 1854 in Mississippi and had lived in Bell county for 54 years. She was formerly Miss Clare Robertson and was married to D. S. Teaff. Mr. Teaff died Feb. 26, 1923. She was a member of the Memorial Baptist church and was the youngest daughter and last survivor of Mr. and Mrs. Helm Robertson. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Cook; six sons, R. P. of Waco; K. G. of Texarkana, S. E. and Joe of Houston, and D. U. and J. M. of Temple; 19 grandchildren, four of whom are in the service, and 32 great-grandchildren.
Funderal services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the Hewett funeral home and are to be conducted by Rev R. B. Blaycock and Rev. W. A. Irvin. Burial will be in Hillcrest.
Her six sons will serve as pallbearers with friends of the family as honorary pallbearers.

 
ROBERTSON, Clarinda (P1208)
 
7 !FAMILY GROUP RECORDS ARCHIVES
VITAL RECORDS OF BRAINTREE, MA (FHL #974.47/B3 N2b)
VITAL RECORDS OF SCITUATE, MA (FHL #974.482/S1 V28v)


Hannah 2 Niles m (1) Peter Shooter; m (2) Nathaniel Mott; m (3) ___ Cow in. Hannah 2 Niles, died c1716 as noted in Rev Sam 3 Niles' diary when h e remarked his "aunt Cowin" died and was the 5th person interred in the c emetery. Rev Sam had but one aunt. He assumed his pastoral duties at Br aintree in 1711. Logic says he meant his Aunt Hannah Niles and that she d ied around the time he made the entry in his record book. This is the o nly evidence yet found of a third marriage for Hannah 2 Niles. (from Al len D. Niles)

 
NILES, Hannah (P1350)
 
8 !FAMILY GROUP RECORDS ARCHIVES VITAL RECORDS OF BRAINTREE, MA (FHL #974.47/B3 n2b) VITAL RECORDS OF SCITUATE, MA (FHL #974.482/S1 V28v) MOTT, Nathanial (P1348)
 
9 !FAMILY GROUP RECORDS ARCHIVES VITAL RECORDS OF BRAINTREE, MA (FHL #974.47/B3 N2b) VITAL RECORDS OF SCITUATE, MA (FHL #974.482/S1 V28v) MOTT, Lydia (P2368)
 
10 !FAMILY GROUP RECORDS ARCHIVES VITAL RECORDS OF BRAINTREE, MA (FHL #974.47/B3 N2b) VITAL RECORDS OF SCITUATE, MA (FHL #974.482/S1 V28v) MOTT, John (P2369)
 
11 !FAMILY GROUP RECORDS ARCHIVES VITAL RECORDS OF BRAINTREE, MA (FHL #974.47/B3 N2b) VITAL RECORDS OF SCITUATE, MA (FHL #974.482/S1 V28v) MOTT, Mary (P2370)
 
12 !FAMILY GROUP RECORDS ARCHIVES VITAL RECORDS OF BRAINTREE, MA (FHL #974.47/B3 N2b) VITAL RECORDS OF SCITUATE, MA (FHL #974.482/S1 V28v) Nathaniel Mott, first found in Scituate, Massachusetts, in 1643. Natha niel served against the Narragansett Indians in 1645, and was one of fo ur men of Braintree, Massachusetts (where he had moved) who were kille d by the Indians when they made an incursion into the town on February 23, 1675-6. He married Hannah, widow of Peter Shooter at Brain tree 10 mo. 25, 1656. Nathanial was killed by Indians. MOTT, Nathanial (P1349)
 
13 "According to the church records (Parish Church of Stepney in East London) several of the children of Henry Collins were baptized in this church, among whom was his son, John (our ancestor), at the age of eight days on January 22, 1651. Henry's place of abode is recorded in this record as Tatcliff Highway...." from A. Chalkely Collins of Great Barrington, Mass. in a letter dated Aug. 16, 1900. COLLINS, John (P249)
 
14 **According to FindAGrave, Beverly "Bessie" Jones' natural mom (Nora) died due to complications of childbirth. "Bessie" was raised by her father Amos and stepmother Bessie. JONES, Beverly Lanora (P5633)
 
15 **Conflicting births - 1639 or 1654?


1639 -

1717 -

 
AMBROSE, Abigail (P885)
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P4755)
 
17 **Headstone reads that Carl L Stiles was born in 1890. All other indication is that he was born 1891 according to draft registration cards and Social Security death index** STILES, Carl Larsen (P1140)
 
18 **In 1910 US Census, Dick Ransom living in National Home For Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. RANSOM, Dick (P5235)
 
19 **Obit for Lawrence Kelley indicates daughter Laura Lee resides in Lakeview, Ar***
 
KELLEY, Laura Lee (P4760)
 
20 **Obit for Lawrence Kelley indicates son Ashley resides in Lakeview, AR***
 
KELLEY, Ashley (P4761)
 
21 **Obit for Lawrence Kelley indicates son Patrick resides in Yellville, Ar*** KELLEY, Patrick (P4762)
 
22 *DNA MATCH: ashleynlehman
Robertson Line
Confidence: Good
3rd Great Granddaughter of Helm Robertson
_____________________________________
 
BYERS, Ashley Nicole (P4787)
 
23 *Obituary says they moved to Reno County from San Jose, Illinois one month after getting married in 1877

 
BIGGS, Elizabeth A (P37)
 
24 02 May 2015 - SENT following message to Robert Hardwick:Doing some family research and saw you have several photos of Ida. Wondering how you are related to her. Her mother Eliza Jane Jenkins was my great great grandmother.
17 Nov 2015 - RECEIVED following message from Robert Hardwick:IS IT TOO LATE TO REPLY TO YOUR NOTE OF ABOUT 11 MONTHS AGO? IDA BELL MARRIED PHILLIP RUTH FRY 1871-1936. THEY HAD A DAUGHTER, MELLIE LOUISE FRY 1898-1983. SHE MARRIED CHARLES ABNER KING 1894-1941. THEY HAD A DAUGHTER ELIZABETH BELL KING 1929- I AM THE HUSBAND OF ELIZABETH. WE WERE MARRIED 20 MARCH 1954 AT LOWRY AFB, DENVER CO.
ROBERT E HARDWICK. 6950 NO. MANGAS LN. CHINO VALLEY, AZ. 602-689-8946.
BEST REGARDS ROBERT

11 May 2016 - Spoke to Robert Hardwick (husband) on the phone and he stated Elizabeth passed away "last Saturday." He will call me once things are settled.

 
HARDWICK, Robert (P1106)
 
25 02 May 2015 - SENT following message to Robert Hardwick:Doing some family research and saw you have several photos of Ida. Wondering how you are related to her. Her mother Eliza Jane Jenkins was my great great grandmother.

17 Nov 2015 - RECEIVED following message from Robert Hardwick:
"IS IT TOO LATE TO REPLY TO YOUR NOTE OF ABOUT 11 MONTHS AGO? IDA BELL MARRIED PHILLIP RUTH FRY 1871-1936. THEY HAD A DAUGHTER, MELLIE LOUISE FRY 1898-1983. SHE MARRIED CHARLES ABNER KING 1894-1941. THEY HAD A DAUGHTER ELIZABETH BELL KING 1929- I AM THE HUSBAND OF ELIZABETH. WE WERE MARRIED 20 MARCH 1954 AT LOWRY AFB, DENVER CO.
ROBERT E HARDWICK. 6950 NO. MANGAS LN. CHINO VALLEY, AZ. 602-689-8946.
BEST REGARDS ROBERT"

11 May 2016 - Spoke to Robert Hardwick (husband) on the phone and he stated Elizabeth passed away "last Saturday." He will call me once things are settled.
 
KING, Elizabeth Bell (P1105)
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P4652)
 
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P3511)
 
28 1653 - Listed as a Freeman in the Saco list of Voters

1654 - appeared on the West Saco list of inhabitants 
SCADLOCK, William (P3885)
 
29 1653-4 - Samuel witnessed the will of Godfrey Sheldon by which he received 5 shillings and was the agent for the mother and sister in 1667 when "marsh former" his fathers was was divided between him and Captain Pendleton. Samuel signed Cape Porpus petition in 1668 Wm Symonds sued him for a debt in 1671.

1673 - He deeded 1/6th of his fathers place to Symonds who already had 1/6 Oath of Allegiance at Marblehead in 1677 1688 - Winter Harbor witness

28 April 1688 - Signed the petition in favor of government by Massachusetts.

1677-78 - Oath of Fidelity taken in Essex - Essex Quarterly Courts vi 3 98-402 
SCADLOCK, Samuel (P3802)
 
30 1841 - Mary's headstone reads
"Mary, Wife of E. Fenimore Died Sept, 16. 1841 Aged 71 yrs, 1 mo. 7 da
Sometime just before 1841, Mary rode by horseback to Indiana to visit her children that had migrated to Indiana between 1833 and 1835. Mary was between the ages of 65 and 70 when she made the trip which was close to 300 miles long. Mary's last name is in question. Her maiden name was reported in the Miami Co. Indiana History book as Rhett. There are no Rhett's found in PA in that time period. Rea is a prominent name in Pennsylvania. One interesting twist is that on the back of a picture of Mary's daughter Sarah is a hand written note that Sarah is related to the wife of President Benjamin Harrison. Both of the wives of Benjamin Harrison were of the surname Scott.
 
(HARRISON, REA, SCOTT?), Mary (P1411)
 
31 1859
James M Cotton and his wife are listed on the 1859 Voter Census in Kaw, Jefferson, Kansas and show as having settled in the area in 1856 and having 2 children.


26 Oct 1875
James M Cotton was appointed Postmaster General in Rural, Jefferson, Kansas, USA following the removal of the previous individual for trafficking of stamps - Lawrence Daily Journal 11 Nov 1875

1879



RESEARCH NOTES:
* James M Cotton was a member of Masons: Lawrence, Kansas Lodge 6 - Lawrence Daily Journal 23 Aug 1879
*
 
COTTON, James Marion (P257)
 
32 1878
Died in childbirth per FindAGrave
 
COCHRAN, Margaret Surepty (P1463)
 
33 1879 19 Sep -
Milton is taken into custody before Esquire Northrop for examination re: murder of his father in law James M Cotton. - The Kansas Daily Tribune 20 Sep 1879 pg 4;
 
JONES, John Milton (P282)
 
34 1893

FindAGrave lists Carrie Laverne Raner Dewhirst, born 22 Jan 1864 in Whiteside County, Illinois, USA; died 29 Mar 1893. - Find Obituary, possibly in Pratt, Kansas
 
RANER, Caroline Laverne (P2542)
 
35 1900

*Hannah is in the 1900 Census living in the household of Jacob Pentz and Caroline GLASS Pentz.
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*In his will, Jacob Pentz left everything to Hannah Mary Glass. He later attempted to change this but the courts ruled that the will was binding. 
GLASS, Hannah Mary (P2943)
 
36 1901

Married Arthur Eugene Hoagland in Dec. 1901 - FIND MARRIAGE RECORD


1964

FindAGrave lists Maude Evaline Raner Hoagland born 24 Oct 1878 in McPherson, McPherson County, Kansas, USA; died 5 Mar 1964 in Bakersfield, Kern, California, USA. She is buried in Union Cemetery in the Garden of Roses plot
 
RANER, Maud Evaline (P2771)
 
37 1903 - Married Charles Lloyd Rayner on 26 Dec 1903 in Cottonwood Falls, Chase, Kansas, USA


1952 -

FindAGrave lists Hattie Mae Williams Rayner born 6 May 1883 in Harvey County, Kansas, USA, died 23 Nov 1952 in Houston, Harris CDounty, Texas, USA. She is buried at Eastside Cemetery in Hutchinson; Plot: 1483 Section 4

From The Hutchinson News-Herald, Tuesday 25 Nov 1952 pg 8:

"Mrs Hattie May Rayner, 89, formerly of 705 East 4th, died at 8:06 p. m. Sunday in the Herman hospital in Houston, Tex. She had been ill for four days.
Mrs. Rayner was born May 6, 1883 in Moundridge and had lived in Hutchinson for about 50 years. She went to Houston in August to visit her son, Harold Rayner.
She was a member of the First Christian Church.
Mrs. Rayner is survived by two sons, Harold and Ernest L. Rayner, 1529 East 30th; and three grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Elliott and Gard chapel with Rev. Thomas J. Bennett officiating. Burial will be in the Eastside cemetery."
 
WILLIAMS, Hattie Mae (P2728)
 
38 1916 -
On September 16th, 1916 Dr's Mann and Gage of Hutchinson, Ks diagnosed Eldon with Cholera he was 3 yrs old. He was treated but was unable to survive. He passed away on Sept. 24th , 1916. - Info courtesy of Jeff and Teresa Rayner
___________________________________From The Hutchinson News 25 Sep 1916:
"Eldon Rayner, three year old son of Mr and Mrs C. L. Rayner, died at the family home, 507 3rd Avenue East, Sunday night at 10 o'clock after an illness of two weeks. For the past ten days he had been ill with cholera infantrum, which caused death.
The little boy was born December 3, 1913. He is survived by his parents and a brother Ernest, 8 years old. Because of his sunny disposition he was loved by all and his loss will be keenly felt.Funeral services are to be held from the family jo,e tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock with Rev. M. Leo Sorey in charge. Interment will be in Eastside cemetery."
 
RAYNER, Eldon Eugene (P3698)
 
39 1917
25 Apr - Jacob Pentz died in Greencastle, Franklin, Pennsylvania.___________________________________
1 Nov - The will of Jacob Pentz was admitted to probate. While the will had been offered several weeks prior, it was held up on petition of distant heirs of Mr. Pentz. The will is short, consisting of only 17 words including the date and signature. "Greenvillage, Mar. 13, 1910. 'At my death I want Hannah Mary Glass to have all my personal property." -Jacob Pentz'"Jacob Pentz had no near relatives. Hannah Glass managed his household affairs for many years and his real estate he deeded to her during his natural life. His personal property valued at $2,500. Some months ago, previous to his death, an effort was made by Mr. Pentz to revoer the property in which he resided at Greenvillage. The matter was taken into court. The deed was found to be a valid one and the property remained in the possession of Miss Glass. .-The Gettysburg Times - 1 Nov 1917
___________________________________
 
PENTZ, Jacob (P3597)
 
40 1919- Born in Fredonia, Wilson, Kansas, USA

1920

1930

1940

1940 Married 16 Jun 1940 to Floyd L. Siegrist
Look for Marriage Certificate

2009 - Died

 
HURD, Etolia Ruth (P3051)
 
41 1920 -

From The Springdale News, 10 Sep 1920:

W.A. Robertson, age 83, of Whitener, Arkansas, died August 31, while here with his wife & children spending the summer momths. The remains were laid to rest in the Buckeye Cemetery at Whitener. He is survived by his wife & three sons, W. H. Robertson of Marshall, Texas, J.H. Robertson of Springdale; five daughters, Mrs. L.K. Peeler of Boonville, Mississippi, Mrs. C.S. Hutchins of Greenville, Texas, Mrs. G.E. Kingsland of St Louis, MO, Mrs. C.W. Evelyn of __, Okla, and Mrs. N.L. Williams of Whitener, Arkansas.
Mr. Robertson was born in Alabama in 1837 [stone reads 1838] and when a young man moved to North Mississippi where through ___became an influential businessman. The most useful part of his life was devoted to religious and educational institutions in the community where he lived and reared his family, at Molino, Mississippi. At the beginning of the Civil War he was among the first to enlist as a private in Company H 23rd Mississippi Volunteers, and during the later part of the war became a first Lieutenant under General Bragg. He fought in some of the fiercest battles if this war, namely, Brices Crossroads, Blue Ridge, Manassas, Battle of Chickamauga and also Franklin, being wounded in the latter. He was a member of the Christian Church and was an efficient and intelligent interpreter of the scriptures. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge. 
ROBERTSON, William Armstrong (P806)
 
42 1927 -
Graduated from Hutchinson High School
1930 -
US Census Hutchinson, Reno Kansas; Dated 3 Apr 1930; Lists Ernest Rayner; Relationship to Head of Household: Son; Age: 22; Born in Kansas, Father born in Kansas, Mother born in Kansas, He is listed as single. His occupation is listed as a clerk in the dry goods industry. He is enumerated with his parents and brother, Harold at 715 E 4th St in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas.
1937 -
Ernest Rayner supervised the design and build of a show case of catalogs for the Girl Scout department of the Wiley Dry Goods store. - The Hutchinson News 22 Jul 1937
1938 -
Ernest Lloyd Rayner and Edward Wiley built a dark room in the basement of the Wikey Dry Goods store. -The Hutchinson News 1 Apr 1938
1940 -
US Census Hutchinson, Reno Kansas; Dated 3 Apr 1930; Lists Ernest Rayner; Relationship to Head of Household: Son; Age: 32; Born in Kansas, Father born in Kansas, Mother born in Kansas, He is listed as single. Highest Grade Completed: Highschool 4th yr; His occupation is listed as a window trimmer in the dry goods industry. He is enumerated with his parents and brother, Harold at 705 E 4th St in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas.

1944 -
22 Aug 1944 - Married Margaret Helen Jones - Find Marriage Record
From The News-Herald, Hutchinson, Kansas, Tuesday, 22 Aug 1944, pg 6:
"Around The Town - Margaret Helen Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of King's Gardens, and Pvt. Ernest Lloyd Rayner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rayner, 705 East Fourth, were married at 8 o'clock this morning in First Presbyterian Church by Rev R.L. George. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Withroder were attendants...The bride wore a two-piece suit of grey corduroy with peplum jacket and white lace __ and collar. Her small hat of black felt was accented with _____, and other accessories were black. She wore a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Withroder wore black sheer with matching accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds... A wedding breakfast was given in the Bisonte hotel by Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Pvt. and Mrs. Rayner left for a week's wedding trip to Chicago. He will return to Scott Field, ILL, where he is stationed with the army air corps and Mrs. Rayner will return here. Both are graduates of Hutchinson high school and he was window decorator at Wiley's before entering service. Mrs. Rayner has been employed as secretary in the Chamber of Commerce office 13 years...Only out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mast. Sgt. and Mrs. Harvey Rafadeen of Los Angeles."


1950 -
18 Feb 1950 -Wylie Award - 2nd place
From The Hutchinson News 12 Apr 1950 pg 13:
"Wiley's store and Ernest Rayner, who decorates the windows, have won a national prize plus $100 cash from the Needlecraft bureau of New York.
The prize is for second place in a Sew and Save week contest. Rayner's window display Feb. 18 featured yard goods, silk and cottons, patterns and notions, in the promotion of more needlework.
This was the third national honor for Wiley's windows in recent months. Last winter, Rayner's decorations brought a third price in the letter-writing contest and an honorable mention from Lakeland sportswear."
1968 -
FindAGrave lists Ernest Lloyd Rayner, born 27 Jan 1908 in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas, died 15 Jan 1968 in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas. He is buried at Fairlawn Burial Park in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas.

1968 - From The Hutchinson News Tuesday 16 Jan 1968 pg 3:
"Ernest L. Rayner, 59, 1527 East 30th, Hutchinson, died Monday afternoon at Grace Hospital after suffering a heart attack the night before. Born Jan. 27th, 1908, at Hutchinson, he was a lifetime resident here. He married Margaret Helen Jones Aug, 24th, 1944, at Hutchinson. Display manager at the Wiley store, he had worked there since 1929. He had also worked and managed the display department at the Wiley store in Great Bend until it was taken over by another company. Winning numerous awards for his displays, he and his wife had won a trip to Madrid, Spain, two years ago in a national contest.
Member: Elks Club; Rotary; ___ board of the Twin Oaks Boys Home; County Zoning Commission; veteran, World War II.
First Presbyterian Church.
Survivors: The Widow; daughter, Molly, of the home; son Jeff of the home; brother, Harold L., of Houston Tex.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Wednesday at Johnson and Sons Chapel. Rev Jim Brock.
Burial: Fairlawn Cemetery.
Call: 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday."

 
RAYNER, Ernest Lloyd (P2707)
 
43 1930
Walter Clark Williams is listed in 2 1930 Censuses: He is residing on Mississippi Avenue in the St Louis, Missouri Census which was taken on April 2 & 3, 1930. He is also listed in the Cape Girardeau, Missouri Census taken April 10, 1930 living on Frederick Road.
 
WILLIAMS, Walter Clark (P1104)
 
44 1941 - FindAGrave lists William Jonah Robertson born 1 Sep 1887 in Carrollton, Carroll, AR.; died 13 Nov 1941 in Hutchinson, Reno, KS. He is buried at Fairlawn Burial Park

 
ROBERTSON, William Jonah (P814)
 
45 1942 - World War II Enlistment:
Name: Harold L. Rayner
Born: 1919
Race: White, (Citizen) Kansas Native
State of Residence: Kansas; County: Reno
Enlistment Date: 11 Jan 1942
Enlistment State: Kansas
Enlistment City: Fort Leavenworth
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant
Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law; Component: Army of the United States - includes the following: Voluntary enlistments effective December 8, 1941 and thereafter; One year enlistments of National Guardsman whose State enlistment expires while in the Federal Service; Officers appointed in the Army of The United States
Source: Civil Life;
Education: 1 year of College
Civil Occupation: Decorators and window dressers
Marital Status: Married
Height: 71"
Weight: 131lbs.

1984 - FindAGrave lists Harold L Rayner born 1919 died 1984. He is buried in Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery in Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA.

 
RAYNER, Harold Leon (P1442)
 
46 1947
06 May - Nancy Belle MARLOW Hodgden died at St John's hospital in Joplin, Jasper, Missouri. She had been a patient four days.
From The Neosho Daily News 7 May 1947:
"Death of Mrs. Nancy Hodgden Mrs. Nancy Belle Hodgen of Turkey Ford, Okla., aged 79 yeard, died at 12:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon at St. John's hospital, Joplin, where she had been a patient four days. Mrs. Hodgen had lived in the district for forty-six years, and was well known in Neosho, having often visited a sister, Mrs. Virgil Green, while Mr. and Mrs. Green, now residents of Racine, lived in Neosho. Mrs. Hodgen was a member of the Baptist Church at Turkey Ford. She is survived by a son, A. J. Hodgden of Joplin; two daughters, Mrs. Guy W. Gregg of Denison, Tex., and Mrs. Jos. M. Kelly of Houston, Tex., and two sisters, Mrs. C.W. Powell of Joplin and Mrs. Virgil H. Green of Racine. Funeral services will be conducted in the First Baptist church of Neosho at 3:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon, by Rev. C.F. Siler of Cassville, assisted by Rev. Billie Bain of Joplin. Mrs. Hodgden's body is lying in state at the home of the son in Joplin today, and will be brought to the church here tomorrow afternoon. Pallbearers will be Paul Scott and W.J. Swallow of Turkey Ford; Lester Branham, Bruce Jeffers, Foster Evans and Will Schumaker, all of Neosho. Burial will be made in the I.O.O.F. cemetery here."
 
MARLOW, Nancy Belle (P2320)
 
47 1956 -

From The Hutchinson News-Hearald Friday, May 25 1956 page 13:
Mrs Sue E. Jones, 1527 East 30th, died at 12:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Mrs. Jones had been ill two years. A resident of Hutchinson for 40 years, she was born April 5, 1888, at Bolivar, Mo. She was married to Fred G. Jones in 1908. Mrs. Jones was a member of First Presbyterian Church. Survivors are the widower; one daughter, Mrs. Ernest L. Rayner, 1529 East 30th; one sister, Mrs. Anna Haley, Kansas City; two brothers, Jim Stiles, Corpus Christi, Tex., and Carl Stiles, Kansas City, and two grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Johnson and Sons Chapel with Rev. D. LeRoy Engelhardt officiating. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9p.m. Friday at Johnson and Sons.

 
STILES, Sue Ethel (P2760)
 
48 1964 - From The Corpus Christi Caller Times May 24,1964:
"James Stiles, 85 of 210 South Alameda, died at 6:45 p.m. yesterday in a local hospital after a long illness. He had resided at the Good Samaritan Rescue Mission for the past several months.
There are no known survivors.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Home."

*While Obituary indicates James Stiles was 85, death certificate indicates he was only 78.
 
STILES, James Calvin (P2761)
 
49 1972 - Obituary in The Hutchinson News on 5 Jul 1972 reads:

Mrs Edith Irene Cline, 62, RFD 4, died at South Hospital Monday afternoon after a six week illness. Born Nov. 1, 1909, at Trinidad, Colo., she moved to Hutchinson in 1910. She was married to C. L. (Jack) Cline Nov. 1, 1959, at Miami, Okla.

Survivors include the widower; daughters: Mrs. Joan Oswalt, Lakewood, Colo.; Mrs Juanita Carmichael, Titusville, Fla.; Mrs. Mary McCoy, Larned; mother: Mrs. Mamie Robertson, 601 West 12th; stepdaughter: Mrs Gwen Miller, Wichita; stepsons: Raymond Cline, Kansas City; ROy Cline, Sun City, Ariz.; sisters: Mrs. Ella Mae Roth, 601 West 12th; Mrs. Dorothy Hayes, Wichita; Mrs. Thelma Siegrist, 11 James-way; Mrs. Lois Glass, RFD 1; brothers: Paul Robertson, Albuquerque, NM; Raymond Robertson, 18 Morningside; 15 grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Funeral will be 2pm Thursday at Elliott Chapel; Rev. James R. Reed.

Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 10am to 10pm Wednesday at the chapel
 
ROBERTSON, Edith Irene (P808)
 
50 1979 -

FindAGrave lists Pearl May Duncan Raner, born 3 Mar 1882 in Ely, Marion, Missouri; died _ Mar 1979 in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas. She is buried at Eastside Cemetery in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas, USA.
 
DUNCAN, Pearl May (P948)
 

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