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Generation 4     Because of the length of the following 2 families, they will be outlined on separate pages.   Click the name to see those pages.
8. THOMAS HARRIS4 BARLOW, son of Samuel Kimbrough Barlow
9. SAMUEL KIMBROUGH BARLOW, son of Samuel Kimbrough Barlow
 
10.
SARAH /SUSAN "SALLY"4 BARLOW, (William3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born about 1808

She married  LLOYD / HOSEA BELL.    He was born about 1806 and died about 1855
Children of Sarah Barlow and Lloyd / Hosea Bell are:
19 i.
ELIZABETH ANN 5 BELL born 28 September 1828 in Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died 30 June 1915 in Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.
ii. JAMES HARRIS BELL born 1831 and died 1888
iii. JOHN RICHARD BELL born 1832 and died 1906.   He married EMILY GORDON.  She was born in 1836 and died in 1903
iv. MARTHA BELL born in 1834
v. WILLIAM B. BELL born in 1837
vi. AMBROSE BELL born in 1839
vii. SAMUEL BELL born in 1841
viii. SARAH BELL born in 1846
 
11.
THOMAS BARLOW4 GOSNELL, (Elizabeth3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 05 / 15 February 1798, Stauton River, Virginia, and died 15 June 1829 Decatur Rush Co Co Indiana.

He married HETTIE PORTER on 23 May 1827 in Rush Co Indiana
Child of Thomas Gosnell and Hettie Portier is:
20 i. BENJAMIN5 GOSNELL, born 02 March 1828 in Rush Co Indiana, and died 03 March 1919.
 
12. LEASON T.4 BARLOW (John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 16 September 1808

He married NANCY BROOKS KENNEDY
Children of LEASON T. BARLOW and NANCY KENNEDY are:
21 i. JESSE5 BARLOW born 22 February 1835 and died 1864
ii. ANDERSON BARLOW
iii. MARTHA BARLOW
iv. NANCY BARLOW
v. ANLISEY BARLOW
Family information from Francis Robinson
13.
JESSE MAURICE BARLOW was born 17 June 1805 in Kentucky, and died 08 October 1882 in Moscow, Rush Co Indiana, burial in Moscow Rush Co Indiana.

He married  1. MAHALA WAGGONER.  She was born c1812 in Kentucky, and died before 1838.
He married 2. SARAH C. 'SALLY' WAGGONER on 24 January 1838 in Rush Co Indiana.  The sister of Mahala, she was born 1818, and died 1904.
Children of Jesse Barlow and Mahala Waggoner are:
i. ARRIS VANBUREN5 BARLOW, born 18 May 1835, and died 14 November 1905, burial in Moscow, Rush Co Indiana
He married 1. GEORGIA ANNE FREELAND.  She was born 1853, and died 1925.   He married 2. MARY JANE PARSON
ii. JAMES BARLOW
iii. JOHN W. BARLOW
iv. THOMAS BARLOW
Children of Jesse Barlow and Sally Waggoner are:
v. GABE BARLOW
vi. MAHALIA BARLOW married ELIHU PARKER WASHBURN.  He was born 1831, and died 1911.
vii. ELIHU BARLOW, born c1856.  He married MINEVA
 
14. MARY "POLLY"4 SADLER (Lucy3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born c1803 in Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died about 1835 probably in Milroy, Rush Co Indiana.

She married JAMES COTTINGHAM 21 August 1823 in Nicholas Co Kentucky, son of Thomas Cottingham and Rhoda Townsend
Children of MARY SADLER and JAMES COTTINGHAM are:
i. ALFRED TENNELL5 COTTINGHAM born 1824 Nicholas Co Kentucky and died 1888, Tipton Co Indiana.   He married RACHEL
ii. FEMALE COTTINGHAM born about 1825
iii. FRANKLIN(?)COTTINGHAM born about 1827 probably Milroy Rush Co Indiana
iv. ELIZABETH ANN COTTINGHAM born 1829 probably Milroy Rush Co Indiana.  She married FRANCIS GULLION 29 September 1849, Rush Co Indiana
v. JOHN COTTINGHAM born 04 January 1830 Milroy Rush Co Indiana and died 01 April 1899, Tipton Co Indiana
He married 1. SUSAN GULLION 07 April 1849, Rush Co Indiana    He married 2. SARAH "SALLY" SHEPPARD 02 April 1858
vi. NATHAN COTTINGHAM born about 1832 probably Milroy Rush Co Indiana and died October 1849
vii. JAMES F. COTTINGHAM born about 1834 probably Milroy Rush Co Indiana
 
15.
JESSE BARLOW4 SADLER (Lucy3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 1808 in Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died 17 February 1867 in Toledo, Tama Co Iowa, burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, Tama Co Iowa.

He married SARAH "SALLY" SIMMONS 25 September 1827 in Rushville Rush Co Indiana.   Jesse was a blacksmith and farmer, and Sally is a homemaker and weaver
Children of JESSE SADLER and SARAH SIMMONS are:
i.
JOHN WILLIAM5 SADLER born 14 September 1828, Rush Co Indiana and died 28 April 1919, Austin, Minnesota, burial at the Church of the United Brethern in Preston, Minnesota
He married REBECCA HIPES 10 November 1850 Walnut Montgomery Co Indiana. Rebecca was also buried in the Church of the United Brethern on her wedding anniversary in 1921. John was a farmer, minister and owned a cheese factory and grist mill owner.
ii.
MARK SADLER born 24 February 1831 Decatur Co Indiana and died 31 October 1912 Toledo, Tama Co Iowa.
He married SARAH JANE HILLMAN 11 March 1853, Montgomery Co Indiana. Mark 's occupation was as a carpenter. Both Mark and Sarah are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery at Toledo Iowa.
iii.
MARY ANN SADLER born 22 January 1833, Hancock Co Indiana and died 19 December 1888, Toledo, Tama Co Iowa, burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co Iowa.
She married CHARLES T. STEWART, SR. 13 December 1855, Tama Co Iowa. Charles death occurred on 24 December 1901, Toledo, Tama Co Iowa. He was a carpenter and farmer.
iv.
JESSE BARLOW SADLER JR. born 20 April 1835 probably Hancock Co Indiana and died 28 February 1881, Tama, Tama Co Iowa
He married MARTHA ADELINE HAWTHORNE 23 August 1862, Toledo, Tama Co Iowa. Both Jesse and Martha are buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Tama, Tama Co Iowa, her death occuring 23 March 1922.
v.
ELIZABETH JANE SADLER born 14 April 1838, Indiana and died 22 October 1918, Collinsville Oklahoma, burial on 26 October in a Pittsburg Kansas cemetery.
She married HENRY C. MORRISON, SR, 19 August 1858, Tama Co Iowa. Henry is buried beside his wife in Pittsburg Kansas
vi. SARAH ELLEN SADLER born 1840, Montgomery Co Indiana and died 1873.  She married WILLIAM WOOTEN, 17 June 1858, Tama Co Iowa
vii.
FRANCIS MARION SADLER born 19 July 1843, Crawfordsville, Montgomery Co Indiana and died 28 March 1898, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co Iowa
He married HULDA ANN ALDRICH, 24 May 1869, Tama, Tama Co Iowa.
viii.
WILLIAM HUBBARD SADLER born 05 November 1845, Walnut, Montgomery Co Indiana and died 14 June 1931, Tama, Tama Co Iowa, burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, Tama Co Iowa.
ix.
MADISON SADLER born 08 March 1848, Walnut, Montgomery Co Indiana and died 09 November 1925, Toledo, Tama Co Iowa
He married MARTHA JANE RHINE, 24 November 1872, Tama Co Iowa. Madison was a blacksmith and farmer. He and Martha are buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Toledo, Tama Co Iowa, she died 09 November 1920
 
16.
CYNTHIA ANN4 SADLER (Lucy3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 1811 Nicholas Co Kentucky

She married 1.) DANIEL BROWN, JR. 29 November 1827 in Decatur Co Indiana
She married 2.) JOHN SHERTLE 07 April 1835 in Decatur Co Indiana
Child of CYNTHIA SADLER and JOHN SHERTLE is:
i. MARY A.5 COTTINGHAM born 1836, Indiana     Question: Is she adopted, from perhaps a step-brother?
She married HARRISON MCQUISTON 11 October 1850, Decatur Co Indiana
James Ballard writes:
I am particularly interested in Daniel Brown, Jr., who, I think, was the brother of my gr2grandmother. It would appear from the data on this page that Cynthia Ann's mother Lucy Barlow and stepfather Thomas Cottingham moved to Decatur County some time after their marriage in 1817. Neither name appears in early Decatur County histories, but there is a history of the family of Lucy's brother-in-law Benjamin Gosnell, and his descendants, in the Genealogical and Biographical Record of Decatur County - Lewis Publishing, 1900, pp 231-232 and 240-241.
The oral will of Daniel Brown, Jr. was issued on 24 Feb 1834 and presented in court 07 Mar 1834 -- Decatur Co Will Book A p80 -- by his executor William K. Brown, and consented to by his widow Cythian, with the testimony of witnesses Stephen Ridlen, Ruth Robertson and Cyrus Barlow (any notion of who he is?). It left his personal property and 40 acres to his widow on which to reside, and other land to his parents, Daniel and Lucy for life, then to Mary, Ann and Sarah Brown forever.
In the 1830 census Daniel Sr. is 50-60, female 40-50, with male 20-30 (William K?), a male 10-15 and daughters 05 -10, 10 -15 and 15 - 20 (Mary, Ann and Sarah?) Daniel Jr.'s household has only Daniel and Cynthia Ann (both 20-30)
Among Decatur County marriages are those of Mary Brown to Cyrus Barlow (07 May 1834), Anna Brown to Lewis Barlow (1838) and William Brown to Susannah Harroll. There are also marriages for Allen and Cornelius Barlow.
All this is repeated in an LDS pedigree file for the children of Daniel Brown and Tacy Kimbel, giving DOBs and Daniel, Jr.'s correct death date, but not including my gr2grandmother, Matilda/Millie.
 
17. JOHN T.4 COTTINGHAM (Lucy3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 1820 in Nicholas Co Kentucky and died about 1854 probably in Iowa.

He married SARAH JANE PLOUGH about 1840 in Indiana.
Children of JOHN COTTINGHAM and SARAH PLOUGH are:
i.
CYNTHIA ANN5 COTTINGHAM born 13 May 1841, Indiana and died 29 June 1912, Westboro, Atchinson Co Missouri
She married NOAH NOEL WEBB 06 October 1860, Liberty Township, Lucas Co Iowa. Both Cynthia and Noah are buried in Center Grove Cemetery, Atchinson Co Missouri
ii. JANE COTTINGHAM born 1844, Polk Township, Jefferson Co Iowa
iii. JACOB COTTINGHAM born 1849, Polk Township, Jefferson Co Iowa and died about 1860 on the trail to California
iv.
WILLIAM MADISON COTTINGHAM born 28 February 1851 Polk Township, Jefferson Co Iowa and died 04 July 1935, Chariton, Iowa, burial in Chariton Cemetery, Chariton, Iowa
He married MARTHA ISABEL VICKORY 19 January 1875, Lucas Co Iowa.
 
18.
WILLIAM MILTON4 COTTINGHAM (Lucy3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 07 February 1822 in Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died 27 September 1892 in Iowa.

He married CHARITY COOK 01 October 1846 in Polk Co Fort Des Moines Iowa, daughter of Joseph Cook and Joannah Rees.  William was a farmer, of Quaker religion. Both William and Charity are buried in Smyrna Cemetery in Iowa.
Children of WILLIAM COTTINGHAM and CHARITY COOK are:
i. JAMES FRANKLIN5 COTTINGHAM born 14 February 1848, Iowa and died 25 March 1867, Iowa, burial in Smyrna Cemetery
ii. JOANNA ANNA COTTINGHAM born 12 December 1849, Iowa.  She married WILLIAM STANLEY
iii. MARY J. COTTINGHAM born 16 June 1852, Iowa.  She married LEWIS ALONZO LUTZ
iv.
JOSEPH ALLEN COTTINGHAM born 10 October 1855, Weldon, Iowa and died 01 April 1946, Gray, Saskatchewan, Canada, burial in Milestone Regina Cemetery.
He married LAURA ALICE HAWORTH 11 January 1877, Ackworth, Warren Co Iowa
v. WILLIAM EDWARD COTTINGHAM born 24 June 1857, Iowa and died 30 January 1904, burial in Smyrna Cemetery.  He married MELVINA LAMB
vi. THOMAS ELLWOOD COTTINGHAM born 28 July 1860, Clarke Co Iowa and died 13 February 1937, Osceola, Iowa
He married 1.) DORA SIMCOX    He married 2.) CORA AGNES HAWORTH
vii. CLARA COTTINGHAM born 21 April 1863, Iowa and 20 April 1940.  She married SAM DAYKIN
viii. JOHN HARRY COTTINGHAM born 09 October 1865, Iowa and died 17 April 1867 Iowa, burial in Smyrna Cemetery
ix. MARTHA EVALYN COTTINGHAM born 27 September 1868, Clarke Co Iowa and died 29 September 1951, burial in Smyrna Cemetery Iowa
She married CHARLES SANDERS 14 March 1889
Generation 5      (Information for the Kennedy family comes from Tom _____ and LuAnne Kriebs)
19.
ELIZABETH ANN5 BELL (Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 28 September 1828 in Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died 30 June 1915 in Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, burial in Township / Old Pioneer Cemetery, Valley Falls, Deleware, Jefferson Co Kansas.

She married JAMES / JOHN HARRISON KENNEDY 1846 in Nicholas Co Kentucky. He was born 1824 in Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died 03 December 1891 in Jefferson Co Kansas, burial in Township / Old Pioneer Cemetery, Valley Falls, Deleware, Jefferson Co Kansas.
Kansas New Era Newspaper, Valley Falls, Kansas    Thursday, July 8, 1915,    p. 8
Elizabeth A. (Bell) Kennedy was born in Nicholas County, KY, September 28, 1828.  She departed this life June 30, 1915, aged 86 years, 9 months, and 2 days.  She was married to John H. Kennedy in the year 1846.  To this union were born eleven children; of whom four are living: Mrs. Rosa Walton of Kansas City, KS; A.B. Kennedy of Wichita, KS.; S.A. Kennedy of Denison, KS and Mrs. Etta Robertson of Arrington with whom she was living at the time of her death.  She had been in poor health for a year. She became a member of the Baptist Church about 40 years ago and she has always lived a faithful Christian life, always helping others in affliction and sickness.  The family moved from Kentucky to Indiana about 1852.  In 1854, they came to Kansas where they have since lived and died.  They endured all the privation and hardships of pioneer life and the added trials of the Civil War, during which Brother Kennedy served in the Kansas Militia.  Funeral services were conducted at the home of O. H. Tureman of Denison.  Burial was in the Township Cemetery at Valley Falls, KS.
James Harrison Kennedy:
-- moved in 1852 from Kentucky to Indiana and then to Kansas in 1854 when the territory was opened
-- member of the Kansas Militia during the Civil War
-- 1880 U. S. Census indicates both his mother and father were born in Kentucky
-- settled in Grasshopper Falls, Jefferson county, Kansas in November 1857 according to the enumeration of all residents taken June 1, 1859
--1865 Kansas State Census, Jefferson County, Grasshopper Twp.
Kennedy, J. H. (35) farmer born in Kentucky
E. A. (35) wife, KY; W. (18) son, KY; N. E. (16), dau.; S. E. (14) dau.; A. B. (10) son; S. A. (8) son; I. J. (3) KS
Acres - improved (5), unimproved (2); fenced (140)
Value of farm $1,500.; implements $140   Horses (6); Milch (sic milk) cows (7); other cattle (14); sheep (28); Swine (20)
--Jefferson County, Kansas Genealogy Society records:
"James H. Kennedy, buried Old Pioneer Cemetery, ValleyFalls.  Born 1826 in KY., d. 2 Dec. 1891.  Married
Elizabeth A. Bell.  Possibly no marker.  Information submitted by Bill Gaulding, 1900 W. 30th, Topeka, KS
Children of Elizabeth Bell and James Kennedy are:
22 i. WILLIAM LLOYD6 KENNEDY, born 30 November 1847, Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died 03 April 1914, Bloomington, Butler Co Kansas.
23 ii. NANCY EVA KENNEDY, born 13 August 1849, Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died 1880.
iii.
SARAH ELIZABETH KENNEDY, born 1851, Kentucky, and died before June 1915, burial in Rossville Cemetery, Shawnee Co Kansas where she was living in the 1880 census.
She married THOMAS COX, a railroad stationmaster.   He was born c1841 in Indiana
iv.
INFANT KENNEDY, born and died in 1853, Indiana
24 v. ADDISON BLAKE KENNEDY, born 1855, Indiana, and died after February 1941.
25 vi. SANDERS AMBROSE KENNEDY, born 03 September 1857, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 06 September 1929, Topeka, Shawnee Co Kansas.
26 vii. IDA JANE KENNEDY, born 22 February 1863, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 28 May 1904, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.
27 viii. ETTA AZALIA KENNEDY, born 22 June 1865, Jackson or Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 08 February 1941, Atchison, Atchison Co Kansas.
28 ix. NETTIE AUGUSTA KENNEDY, born 22 June 1865, Jackson or Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 03 July 1912, Atchison Co Kansas.
x. KATIE KENNEDY, born 1866, Kansas, and died 10 February 1885, burial in Meriden Cemetery, Meriden, Jefferson Co Kansas
29 xi. MINNIE ROSETTA KENNEDY, born 13 February 1870, Larkin, Kansas, and died 02 June 1963, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co Kansas
 
20. BENJAMIN5 GOSNELL, (Thomas4, Elizabeth3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 02 March 1828 in Rush Co Indiana, and died 03 March 1919.

He married JANE FARLOW on 30 September 1849 in Rush Co Indiana
Children of BENJAMIN GOSNELL and JANE FARLOW are:
i. LOUISE6 GOSNELL
ii. SALLY GOSNELL
iii. LUCINDA GOSNELL, born 25 August 1850
iv. LOUISA GOSNELL, born 12 January 1852
30 v. ADELINE GOSNELL, born 01 April 1855 in Decatur, Rush Co Indiana, and died 11 January 1939 in Decatur, Rush Co Indiana.
vi. BENJAMIN GOSNELL
 
21. JESSE5 BARLOW (Leason4, John3, Thomas1) was born 22 February 1835 and died 1864

He married ELIZABETH ISHMAEL. She was born 13 March 1837 and died in 1880
Children of JESSE BARLOW and ELIZABETH ISHMAEL are:
31 i. SAMUEL T.6 BARLOW born about 1860 and died 15 March 1947
32 ii. CHARLIE F. BARLOW born 23 August 1867 and died 29 January 1955
iii. SARAH BARLOW
iv. JIM BARLOW
v. MORGAN BARLOW died 28 October 1960, Fayette, Boone Co Kentucky, 79 years old.  DC #60 21523 (Kentucky Death Records)
vi. MOLLIE BARLOW
vii. ISOLA BARLOW
Generation 6
22.
WILLIAM LLOYD6 KENNEDY (Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 30 November 1847, Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died 03 April 1914, Bloomington, Butler Co Kansas, burial in Garrison Cemetery, Spring, Butler Co Kansas

He married KATHRYN NANCY 'KATIE / KITTY' CARTER 03 July 1873 in Atchison Co Kansas.  She was born 06 December 1854 in Castle Rock, Pulaski Co Kentucky, and died 11 October 1928 in Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, burial in Garrison Cemetery, Spring, Butler Co Kansas
Marriage Notes: State of Kansas -- Division of Vital Statistics
Marriage License #750 June 30, 1873.  Probate Court of Atchison County, Joined in marriage William L. Kennedy, of Atchison County, age 25 and Katie Carter of Atchison County, age 18.   Married on the 3rd day of July 1873 at Atchison County by John T. Gardiner.  Probate Judge S. A. Frazier.

-- William had a "withered" right arm, but could do more work with his left arm than most men with two good arms, it is said he would pick up a bale of hay with his good arm and toss it farther than most men with two good arms
-- member of The A. F. & A. L. Masonic order, he posted other people in the teachings of the order, after his eyesight failed, he would have his son, Bryan drive him and the gentleman he was "posting" to a remote area and he would teach them from memory
-- developed diabetes and eventually lost his eyesight
-- loaded the family, farm equipment, and livestock onto boxcars and moved the family from Atchison county to Bloomington township in Butler county, KS around 1900
The Augusta (KS) Daily Gazette    Friday, April 3, 1914
W. L. Kennedy died at his home in Bloomington township, Friday Morning, April 3, 1914 after a lingering illness.
The Augusta (KS) Daily Gazette     Saturday, April 4, 1914
The funeral of W. L. Kennedy was preached this afternoon at his home half past two.  He was buried in the Garrison cemetery.
The Holton Recorder    Thursday, October 18, 1928, p.14
KENNEDY
Mrs. Kittie Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter, was born near Lexington, Kentucky, and departed this life October 11, 1928, at the age of 73 years, 10 months, and 5 days.
At an early age she came with her parents to Kansas where she has since resided.  On July 4, 1874, she was united in marriage to W. L. Kennedy who passed away April 3, 1914.  To them were born nine children, three dying in infancy.  Those surviving are: Mrs. Clara Littleton, Denison, Kans.; Fred Kennedy of Augusta, Kans.; Lee Kennedy of Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Elizabeth White of Mulvane, Kans.; and Bryan Kennedy of Emporia, Kans.
Two sisters, three brothers, nineteen grandchildren, and twenty great grandchildren, together with other relatives and a host of friends mourn her going, but feel that peace has come to her.
At the age of 12 years she united with the Methodist church and has always lived an earnest Christian life.
For the past three and one-half months she has been a constant sufferer.  During her sickness she was always patient, loving and kind. To those who are left her life and influence will be blessed memory. Highly esteemed and respected for her many womanly qualities she will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
"What is death but an unsealing, of the glory worth revealing.  Past the cares of earth that vexed us, all the trouble that perplexed us.  At the feet of Jesus kneeling."
Funeral services were held in the Christian church at Denison, conducted by Rev. W. O. Ferguson, after which the body was taken to her old home, Augusta, Kansas, for burial.
The Augusta (KS) Gazette    Thursday, October 11, 1928, p. 1
MRS. KITTY KENNEDY DIED THIS MORNING
Fred Kennedy received word this morning of the death of his mother, Mrs. Kitty Kennedy in Dennison, Kans., this morning at 1:30. Mrs. Kennedy is a former Augustan, having lived on a farm southeast of Augusta for about twenty years. She has been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Clara Littleton in Dennison for the past few days because of the illness of Mrs. Kennedy. Mr. Kennedy and son, Mevin, left for Dennison today. No funeral arrangements have been made.
TAugusta (KS) Gazette     Saturday, October 13, 1928, p. 1
MRS. KENNEDY'S FUNERAL TO BE HELD HERE SUNDAY
Word has been received here that the funeral service for Mrs. Kitty Kennedy, who died this week at Dennison, Kan., will be held in Augusta Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of her son, Fred Kennedy.
Mr. Kennedy will return with the body this evening and the Dunsford funeral directors will have charge. A short funeral service will be held at the home Sunday afternoon, followed by burial in the Garrison cemetery.
The Augusta (KS) Gazette     Monday, October 15, 1928, p. 4
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends for their sympathy and kindness and for the floral offerings at the death of our mother, Mrs. Kittie Kennedy.
Mrs. Clara Littleton   Mrs. Elizabeth White   Fred Kennedy   Lee Kennedy   Earl Kennedy   Bryan Kennedy
Children of William Kennedy and Kathryn Carter are:
i. ONIE L.7 KENNEDY, born 30 Mar 1874, Kansas, and died 22 August 1875, Kansas.
33 ii. CLARA BELLE KENNEDY, born 29 January 1875, Larkin, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 03 December 1951, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.
iii. MINNIE A. KENNEDY, born 27 August 1878, and died 30 June 1885.
34 iv. JOHN FRED KENNEDY, born 25 March 1881, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 25 August 1953, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas
v. FRANKLIN LEE KENNEDY, born 04 July 1883, Kansas, and died 07 November 1949, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co California (California Death Index)
He married CLARA SCHLEGLE, 20 December 1911.
35 vi. WILLIAM EARLE KENNEDY, born 02 October 1885, Kansas, and died 04 August 1969, Whittier, Los Angeles Co California.
36 vii. SARAH ELIZABETH KENNEDY, born 20 April 1893, Larkin, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 30 November 1994, Mulvane, Sumner Co Kansas
37 viii. IRA BRYAN KENNEDY, born 21 December 1896, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 20 October 1974, Spring, Butler Co Kansas.
 
23. NANCY EVA6 KENNEDY (Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 13 August 1849, Nicholas Co Kentucky, and died 1880.

She married WILLIAM DAVIS     -possibly lived in Young America, Edgar Co Illinois on 1880 U.S. census-
Children of Nancy Kennedy and William Davis are:
i. LAWSON7 DAVIS
ii. HARRY DAVIS
iii. OLIVE M. DAVIS, died 1917.
38 iv. BESSIE DAVIS
v. WILLIAM EDWARD DAVIS, born 01 September 1877, and died 15 September 1904, burial in Brick Cemetery, Jackson Co Kansas
 
24.
ADDISON BLAKE6 KENNEDY (Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 1855, Indiana, and died after February 1941.

He married (1) LYDIA A. WYNN c1884.  She was born 06 April 1868 in Indiana, and died 24 July 1891 in Kansas, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas      He married (2) SARAH c1893    He married (3) ETHEL c1909.  She was born c1876 in Iowa, and died before 1930
Children of Addison Kennedy and Lydia Wynn are:
i.
ONEY LEE7 KENNEDY, born 06 October 1888, Kansas, and died 28 August 1958, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co California (birthdate on 1900 census was given as October 1887)
He married MYRTLE, c1915. She was born c1894, in Nebraska
ii.
DAVID W. KENNEDY, born 02 March 1890, Kansas, and died 16 February 1967, Wichita, Sedgwick Co Kansas (birthdate on 1900 census was given as March 1888), burial in  Old Mission Cemetery, Wichita, Sedgwick county, Kansas.  He had a wooden leg.
He married LUCY, c1918. She was born c1897 in Arkansas.

The Wichita (KS) Eagle     Saturday, February 18, 1967, p. 13A
DAVID W. KENNEDY SERVICES ARE TODAY
Services for David W. Kennedy, 76, of 613 Pennsylvania, who died Thursday, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Downing Morturary Downtown. Burial will be in Old Mission Cemetery.
A retired grocer, he was a Wichita resident 50 years and a member of Asbury Methodist Church. There are no immediate survivors.
iii. JOSEPH KENNEDY, born 24 July 1891, Kansas, and died 03 August 1891, Kansas, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
iv. J. W. KENNEDY, born 24 Jul 1891, Kansas, and died 28 Jul 1891, Kansas, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
 
25.
SANDERS AMBROSE6 KENNEDY (Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 03 September 1857, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 06 September 1929, Topeka, Shawnee Co Kansas.

He married ANNA ELIZA YOUNG 1879.  She was born c1857 in Missouri, and died after 1930.  Both are buried in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
The Valley Falls (KS) Vindicator      Wednesday, September 18, 1929
Sanders Ambrose Kennedy, was born September 3, 1857, in Jefferson County, Kansas.  He died in St. Francis hospital, in Topeka, September 6, 1929, being 72 years and 3 days old.  He lived in Jefferson county till 22 years of age when he married Anna Eliza Young, and came to live several years near Holton, later moving his family to the farm south and east of Denison.  Here he spent the remainder of his life - 42 years.  He fought against many difficulties to establish himself on the farm but with the help of his wife and children he succeeded both as a farmer and respected citizen.  During the past few weeks he suffered intensely. His beloved wife and two children (Frank of Denison and Mrs. McDaniel of Valley Falls) are left to mourn his passing.  Two sons preceded him in death: one brother and two sisters survive him; also two grandchildren, two great--grandchildren and other relatives and many friends who will miss his presence here.  He united with the Christian church 35 years ago and lived and worked in faith - the faith that if every man does his best - God will attend to the rest.  Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Charles Howard in the Christian church on the afternoon of September 8. The large attendance gave evidence of the respect and esteem in which he was held in the community.  Burial was in the Denison cemetery.
Children of Sanders Kennedy and Anna Young are:
39 i. ALONZO ROBERT7 KENNEDY, born 12 February 1884, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and 01 November 1911, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.
ii.
FRANK JAMES KENNEDY, born 20 January 1886, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 16 December 1945, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas
He married LOUIE E. SMITH, 22 Nov 1910.   She was born c1891, and died 08 January 1942, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.  Both are buried in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas

The Valley Falls (KS) Vindicator     Wednesday, December 26, 1945
Frank James Kennedy, son of Sanders and Anna Kennedy, was born near Denison, Kansas, January 20, 1886. He was one of a family of four children, three boys and one girl, all of them except one sister having preceded him in death. He was married to Louie Smith, November 22, 1910. His wife passed away January 8, 1942. Frank passed away Sunday, December 16, 1945 at the home of his sister, Mrs. Jack Newman at the age of 59 years, 10 months, and 28 days. He leaves to mourn his parents, his sister Mrs. Newman; one niece and one nephew and many friends and neighbors. He had been failing in health ever since he lost his wife in 1942, but still lived on the old home place, trying to do the best he could, but in the past few months he had failed rapidly. His sister, Isa cared for him in every way possible and with the help of her husband, did all that anyone could have done. Yet he kept failing until on Sunday when he left them for another world. Funeral services were held for him at the Gabel-McAsey Funeral Home in Holton by Rev. Kimball, Wednesday, December 19, at 2 p.m. Pallbearers were Albert McCroy, Chas. Gilliland, John Searle, Albert McCroy Jr., Delbert Braun and Junior Swank.

The Holton (KS) Recorder     Monday, January 12, 1942, p. 1
TRAGIC DEATH FOR A DENISON WOMAN
Frozen and Burned Body of Mrs. Frank Kennedy Found in Snow Bank at Home
It was a gruesome sight that met the eyes of Frank Kennedy as he rushed home from Denison Friday afternoon, suspecting some harm had befallen his wife. He found her burned and frozen body lying in a snow bank some distance from the home. The clothing had been burned completely from the body, as she ran from the house and thrust herself in to the snow bank in the farmyard. Her face and neck alone escaped the burns, as the head was lying towards the south and the wind had blown the fire away from it. Although unconscious, death did not ensue until early Sunday morning. The Kennedy family lives two miles south and a little west of Denison. Mr. Kennedy had inquired at a store if his wife had telephoned in an order. Learning she had not, the husband had suspected something wrong and rushed to his home where the tragic sight met his eyes. There were no signs of anything wrong in the house, according to the reports, dissolving the theory there had been an explosion or trouble with the stove. Mrs. Kennedy, aged 51, had been in a highly nervous state for some time and was far from a well woman. The cause of the accident is yet unexplained. There was no coroner's inquest because the woman was not found dead. She lived several hours after being found. There are no children in the family at home. Funeral services were held at the Gabel & McAsey Funeral Home in Holton Sunday at 2:30 o'clock and burial was in the Denison cemetery.
40 iii. ISA E. KENNEDY, born 05 May 1888, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 06 January 1959.
iv. LOUIE E. KENNEDY, born 1890, and died before 1929.
 
26.
IDA JANE6 KENNEDY (Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 22 February 1863, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 28 May 1904, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.

She married HENRY DAVID HOUSH 13 March 1884 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas.  He was born 07 May 1857 in Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 04 October 1944.  Both are buried in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
The Holton (KS) Recorder      Thursday, June 2, 1904
DENISON
Ida J. Housh was born Feb. 22, 1863. Died May 28, 1904 of consumption and a complication of other troubles, at her home in Denison. She was known and respected by a very large number of friends and leaves a husband and four children.
Funeral services were conducted Sabbath at 2 o'clock p. m. by Rev. Gillmore at the residence. Interment was made in the R. P. (Reformed Presbyterian) cemetery (later known as Denison Cemetery).
Children of Ida Kennedy and Henry Housh are:
41 i. EDNA ELIZABETH7 HOUSH, born 01 October 1886, Kansas, and died 10 February 1922, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas.
42 ii. ELSIE MAY HOUSH, born 01 October 1890 in Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 14 May 1970, Canton, Fulton Co Illinois.
43 iii. RALPH LEROY HOUSH, born 21 March 1896, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died August 1964, Houston, Harris Co Texas.
44 iv. JOHN WILLIAM HOUSH, born 16 October 1900, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 18 Aug 1973, Canton, Fulton Co Illinois.
 
27.
ETTA AZALIA6 KENNEDY (Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 22 June 1865, Jackson or Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 08 February 1941, Atchison, Atchison Co Kansas.

She married JAMES ROBERTSON 22 December 1886 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas.  He was born 12 September 1862 in Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 01 July 1958 in Topeka, Shawnee Co Kansas.   Both are buried in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.
The Atchison (KS) Daily Globe     Monday, February 10, 1941
MRS. JAMES ROBERTSON DIES AT HOSPITAL
Mrs. Etta Robertson, 76, wife of James Robertson, preeminent retired farmer of Atchison county, died at 11 o'clock Saturday night at the Atchison hospital. Death was due to complications. Although she had been in poor health for a year, she had not become bedfast until a week ago.
Services will be held tomorrow at 11 am at the Sawth & Douglas chapel with the Rev. E. E. Tilletson officiating. Burial will be in the Denison cemetery. The pallbearers will be John Nevins and Ralph Crider of Atchison and John Dodson, Boyd Royer, Will Schuffbauer and H.F. Covert, all of Arrington.
Mrs. Robertson was the mother of eight children, three of which died in infancy. Surviving are her husband, three daughters, Mrs. George Summerfelt, Chicago; Mrs. Warren Davidson, Madison and Mrs. Earl E. Van Horn, Nortonville, two sons, Tom Robertson of Kansas City, and Lew Robertson of Phoenix, Ariz., two sisters, Mrs. Arthur Walton, Kansas City, a brother, Addison Kennedy of Wichita, six grandchildren and a great grandchild.
Etta Kennedy was born seven miles south of Denison, June 22, 1865. Early in life she was united with the Methodist church. December 22, 1886, she was united in marriage to James Robertson at Valley Falls. The couple began housekeep on a farm near Larkinburg. Mr. Robertson then bought the Robertson homestead in the southwest corner of Atchison county. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson raised their family here and their farm was one of the best improved in the locality.
In 1919, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson traded their farm for their present farm home on Route 1, just south of Jackson park. They celebrated their golden anniversary in 1936.    Their married life was very happy.
The Topeka (KS) Daily Capital, Wednesday, July 2, 1958, p. 28
JAMES ROBERTSON
James Robertson, 95, lifelong resident of Kansas, died Tuesday in a Topeka nursing home.  He was born September 12, 1862 near Arrington, Kan. and spent most of his life in Atchison County before moving to Topeka about four years ago.
He is survived by two sons, T. J. Robertson, Albuquerque, NM, and Lew Robertson, Phoenix, Ariz.; three daughters, Mrs. W. C. Davidson, Topeka; Mrs. Earl Van Horn, Nortonville, and Mrs. George Summerfield, Chicago, Ill.; five grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren; two brothers, Dick Robertson, Elmont; and Frank Robertson, Riverside, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. M. Bradsley, Boise, Idaho. 
The Padden Funeral Home at Holton is in charge of arrangements.
Children of Etta Kennedy and James Robertson are:
i.
FLOSSIE7 ROBERTSON, born 29 October 1887, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 26 September 1889, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.
45 ii.
THOMAS JEFFERSON ROBERTSON, born 27 September 1889, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 28 October 1977, Albuquerque, Bernalillo Co New Mexico.
iii.
GRACIE THAMER ROBERTSON, born 02 December 1891, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 20 July 1964, Winchester, Jefferson Co Kansas, burial in Nortonville Cemetery, Nortonville, Jefferson county, Kansas
She married EARL E. VAN HORN, 04 October 1919, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas.  He was born 13 September 1891, and died June 1966.

The Nortonville (KS) News     Wednesday, July 24, 1964, p. 1
GRACE VAN HORN
Mrs. Grace R. Van Horn, 72, wife of Earl  Van Horn, Nortonville, died Monday afternoon July 20 at the Jefferson County Memorial hospital at Winchester.
Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Warren funeral home in Nortonville.  The Rev. Dale Gardner and Rev. Wayne Castle officiated.  The music was furnished by Mrs. Willard Clinkenbeard, organist, and Mrs. Fred Barnard and Mrs. Harry Whitaker, vocalists.  Burial was in the Nortonville cemetery.
The pallbearers were Lloyd Page, William Kvicala, Melvin Hank, Clan Leighton, Lawrence Maris, and John Friend.
Mrs. Van Horn was born Dec. 2, 1891, at Arrington, a daughter of James and Etta Kennedy Robertson.  She attended Campbell College at Holton, and she and Earl Van Horn were married Oct. 4, 1919, at Arrington.
Mr. Van Horn is a retired Atchison county farmer, former teacher, and a former member of the Kansas state legislature.
They lived on a farm on route 1, Nortonville, until moving into Nortonville four years ago.  She spent most of her life in Atchison county.
She was a member of the Nortonville Methodist church.
Surviving are Mr. Van Horn of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Vine Davidson, Topeka, and Mrs. George Summerfelt, Mountain Home, Ark., and one brother, Tom J. Robertson, Albuquerque, N. M.
46 iv. LAVINA ETHEL ROBERTSON, born 16 September 1894, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 30 September 1994.
47 v. LEWELLING ROBERTSON, born 07 January 1897, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 24 April 1964, Phoenix, Maricopa Co Arizona
48 vi. MARTHA AGNES ROBERTSON, born 17 September 1899, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 14 July 1996, DeKalb, DeKalb Co Illinois.
vii. LIZZIE ROBERTSON, born 25 August 1903, Kansas, and died 28 April 1904, Kansas, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Cp Kansas
viii. ERNEST FREEMAN ROBERTSON, born 06 January 1906, Kansas, and died 08 March 1912, Kansas, bvurial in Dension Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
 
28.
NETTIE AUGUSTA6 KENNEDY (Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 22 June 1865, Jackson or Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 03 July 1912, Atchison Co Kansas, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.

She married NATHANIEL M. BIRD 22 November 1891 in Holton, Jackson Co Kansas.  He was born c1859 in Illinois
Marriage License, State of Kansas, County of Jackson
Office of the Probate Judge of Said County
Be it remembered, that on the 21st day of November A.D. 1891 there was issued from the office of said Probate Judge a Marriage License, of which the following is a true copy:
To any person authorized by law to perform the Marriage Ceremony, Greeting:
You are hereby authorized to join in marriage N. M. Bird of Circleville, Kan. aged 32 years, and Nettie A. Kennedy of Larkin, Kan. aged 25 years; and of this License you will make due return to my office within thirty days.
M.L. Wilson, Probate Judge
And which said Marriage License was afterwards, to wit; on the 23rd day of November A.D. 1891, returned to said Probate Judge, with the following certificate endorsed thereon, to wit:
I, the undersigned do hereby certify, that in accordance with the authorization of the within License, I did, on the 22nd day of November A.D. 1891, at Holton in said County, join and unite in Marriage the within named Nathaniel M. Bird and Nettie A. Kennedy.
Witness my hand and seal, the day and year above written.
Attest: M.L. Wilson, Probate Judge
Unknown newspaper source     July 8, 1912:
Nettie A. Kennedy was born in Atchison county, Kansas, June 22, 1886.  She was married to Nathaniel M. Bird Nov. 22, 1891.  To this union were born two children, Truman and Hazel.  She united with the M. E. church at Arrington in 1890.  In 1906 she placed her letter in the Christian church in Denison.  Mrs. Bird passed to her reward the 3rd day of July 1912, at her home seven miles north east of Denison.  She suffered much in this life but was patient, kind and Christ like.  She leaves a husband, a son and daughter, three brothers and two sisters and a host of friends to morun her death.  Funeral services were held in the Christian church by Rev. Chas. H. Kimball, and she was buried in the Denison cemetery July 5th at 3:30 p. m.  Her sorrowing loved ones have the kind sympathy of the community.  (the obituary refers to birthdate as 1886, she was born in 1866)

Death certificate, State of Kansas
Place of Death: County - Atchison, Township - Kap    Full Name: Netty Bird    Date of Birth: June 22, 1866    Age: 46 yrs, 0 mos., 11 days
Occupation: Housewife    Birthplace: Atchison Co. Ks.
Name of Father: John H. Kennedy    Birthplace of Father: Kentucky      Maiden Name of Mother: Elizabeth Bell    Birthplace of Mother: Kentucky
Date of Death: July 3, 1912    Cause of Death: Heart Disease     Place of Burial: Denison, KS (date not given)
Children of Nettie Kennedy and Nathaniel Bird are:
49 i. TRUMAN COLUMBUS7 BIRD, born 06 August 1892, Circleville, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 12 January 1958, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co California.
50 ii. HAZEL BIRD, born c1896, Kansas, and died 12 December 1978, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co Ohio.
 
29.
MINNIE ROSETTA6 KENNEDY (Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 13 February 1870, Larkin, Kansas, and died 02 June 1963, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co Kansas

She married ARTHUR T. WALTON.  He was born 1870, and died 27 August 1943.  Both are buried in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
The Kansas City Kansan     Monday, June 3, 1963, p. 2
MRS. ROSE WALTON
Services for Mrs. Rose Walton, 93, 2719 Wood, will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Warnick-Eads chapel.
Burial will be in the Denison, Kan., cemetery.  Friends may call at the chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. today.
Mrs. Walton died Sunday at Bethany hospital after a lengthy illness.
Born in Larkinburg, Kan., she lived here 50 years.  She was the widow of Arthur T. Walton, a former Kansas City, Kansas policeman, who died in 1943.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Lotta G. Winchell, of the home; six grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.
Children of Minnie Kennedy and Arthur Walton are:
51 i. HOX7 WALTON, died before June 1963.
ii. JOHN WALTON, died before June 1963.
52 iii. LOTTA G. WALTON, born 03 December 1893, Leavenworth Co Kansas, and died 14 April 1975, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co Kansas.
iv. EDITH WALTON, born 1899, and died 1904, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
 
30.
ADELINE6 GOSNELL, (Benjamin5, Thomas4, Elizabeth3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 01 April 1855 in Decatur, Rush Co Indiana, and died 11 January 1939 in Decatur, Rush Co Indiana

She married 1.) JOHN BAYNE FENLEY on 12 August 1883 in Rush Co Indiana.   She married 2.) JOSEPH CARR
Child of Adeline Gosnell and John Fenley is:
i. BENJAMIN7 FENLEY
Child of Adeline Gosnell and Joseph Carr is:
ii. MONA7 CARR, born 01 August 1886
 
31.
SAMUEL T.6 BARLOW (Jesse5, Leason4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born about 1860 and died March 15, 1947 in Nicholas Co Kentucky, 87 years old, DC #47 07090 (Kentucky Death Records)

His wife's name is unknown.
Children of Samuel Barlow are:
i. DEE7 BARLOW
ii. LARA CEE BARLOW
iii. BERTHA BARLOW
iv. JOHN BRUCE BARLOW married ALICE KENNEDY
v. SAMUEL T. BARLOW, JR.
vi. MARTHA BARLOW
vii. FRANCIS BARLOW
 
32.
CHARLIE F.6 BARLOW (Jesse5, Leason4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born on 23 August 1867 and died on 29 January 1955 in Nicholas Co Kentucky, 87 years old, DC#55 03593. (Kentucky Death Records)

He married MARGARET JANE GAFFIN    She was born 21 July 1865, and died on 23 April 1925
Children of Charlie and Margaret are:
53 i. FLOYD7 BARLOW born 06 February 1897 and died 28 September 1927
54 ii. SAMUEL RUSSELL BARLOW born 10 June 1898
55 iii. COBURN ROSELLE BARLOW born 08 December 1900 and died 12 September 1944
56 iv. CHARLES EDWARD BARLOW born 16 August 1903 and died 06 December 1931.
57 v. MARGARET LOUISE BARLOW born 30 September 1905 and died 23 January 1984
Generation 7
33.
CLARA BELLE7 KENNEDY (William6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 29 January 1875, Larkin, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 03 December 1951, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.

She married CHARLES FITCH LITTLETON 31 December 1890 in Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.  He was born 28 March 1864 in Flemingburg, Fleming Co Kentucky, and died 08 April 1952 in Topeka, Shawnee Co Kansas.  Both are buried in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.
Marriage Notes:
The Holton Weekly Recorder    January 8, 1891, p. 4
DENISON NEWS
Chas. Littleton has taken unto himself a wife and moved into a vacant house on Mr. McClaren's farm.  He will work for Mr. Mc this winter.
Unknown newspaper source
60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Littleton of Denison will celebrate their sixtieth wedding anniversary at their home New Year's Day.  There are eight living children, 32 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.  They will spend the day quietly at home with their children but will be happy to receive cards or letters from their friends and acquaintance
Unknown source
Clarabelle Kennedy, daughter of Wm. and Catherine Kennedy was born Jan. 29, 1875 near Larkin, Kansas and departed this life December 3, 1951.  She was united in marriage to Charles Littleton, December 30, 1890.  To this union nine children were born; Mrs. Lena Lines, San Pedro, Calif.; Clarence and Mrs. Ruth Robison of Denison; Lloyd of Valley Falls; William of Anita, Iowa; Mrs. Helen Eckert of Topeka; Fred; Mrs. Letha Bowland and Katherine Kientz of Wray, Colo. Besides these nine children she raised three grandchildren.  Her entire life was spent in the Denison community where she became a member of the Christian Church early in married life.  She was devoted to her home and family and was always ready and willing to help her neighbors and friends in sickness and time of need. Mr. and Mrs. Littleton celebrated their 60th anniversary last year.  She leaves to mourn her death her husband and nine children, thirty-two grandchildren, twenty-one great-grandchildren, three brothers, Fred and Bryan of Wichita, Earl of California and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth White of Mulvane, besides a host of other relatives and friends.

Unknown newspaper source
Charles Fitch Littleton, son of Avery and Josephine Littleton was born in Flemingsburg, Ky., on March 28, 1864 and passed away on April 8, 1952 at Topeka, Kans., at the age of 88 years and 10 days.  He came from Kentucky at the age of 20 and settled near Denison where he spent the remainder of his life.  On December 31, 1890, he was united in marriage to Claribel Kennedy and to this union nine children were born: Lena Lines of San Pedro, Calif., Helen Eckert of Topeka, Ruth Robison of Denison, Letha Bowland and Katherine Kientz of Wray, Colorado, Clarence of Denison, Floyd of Valley Falls, Will of Anita, Iowa, and Fred, address unknown.  His wife preceded him in death on Dec. 3, 1951 just a few weeks before they would have celebrated their 62nd anniversary.  He leaves to mourn his passing, his nine children, 32 grand children, 22 great-grandchildren, one brother, Ben, of Rivera, Calif., one sister Mattie Alton, of Washington, D.C., a cousin, Russell Rawlings of Denison, and many other relatives and friends.  Charley, as he was known by his friends was always ready to help in time of need as long as his health permitted.  He was one of Denison’s oldest residents and will be greatly missed by all.
Children of Clara Kennedy and Charles Littleton are:
i.
LENA MAY8 LITTLETON, born 20 December 1891, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 09 March 1990, San Pedro, Los Angeles Co California. 
She married LOREN LINES. He was born 01 November 1885, Kansas, and died 23 June 1978, Los Angeles Co California.  Both are buried in Green Hills Memorial Park Cemetery, Rancho Palos Verdes / San Pedro, Los Angeles Co California.

The Holton Recorder    Thursday, March 29, 1990, p. 6
DENISON    by: RUTH ROBISON
We received word that our sister, Lena Lines, San Pedro, Calif., had passed away. Lena was born here in Denison and lived here until she was married to Loren Lines. They left Denison on the train and lived in California a good many years. Lena was 98 years old. She was buried in California beside her husband and son.
ii.
CLARENCE LEE LITTLETON, born 18 April 1893, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 23 July 1959, Wadsworth, Leavenworth Co Kansas, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.
He married (1) LILLIE ROSENA KEMLING, 21 February 1923, Red Oak, Montgomery Co Iowa.  She was born 08 March 1893, Kemling, Montgomery Co Iowa, and died 1929, Montgomery Co Iowa, burial in Center Ridge Cemetery, Lincoln Montgomery Co Iowa
He married (2) MYRTLE ELIZABETH SWANK 1943.  She was born 11 May 1897, and died 21 October 1978, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.

The Holton Recorder     Monday, July 27, 1959, p. 1
LITTLETON
Clarence L. Littleton, 66, a retired Denison farmer, died Thursday in the Veterans Hospital at Wadsworth.
He was associated with the Farmers Co-Op Elevator in Denison for 20 years and was a member of the United Presbyterian Church and Masonic order there.
Survivors are his wife, Myrtle, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Gean Bowie of Koyle, Texas, and Mrs. Annabelle Becker of Holton; a son, Bud Littleton of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; a step-daughter, Mrs. Vivian Fuller of Columbus, Ga.; five sisters, Mrs. Lena Lines of San Pedro, California; Mrs. Helen Eckert of Mayetta; Mrs. Ruth Robison of Denison; Mrs. Letha Bowland of Inglewood, California and Mrs. Kathryn Means of Boulder, Colorado and a brother, Floyd Littleton of Valley Falls.
Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Saturday at Mercer Funeral Home in Holton with burial in Denison.

Unknown newspaper source
Clarence Lee Littleton, son of Charles and Clara Littleton, was born April 18, 1893, near Denison, Kansas and departed this life on July 23, 1959 at Wadsworth Veterans' Hospital at the age of 66 years, 3 months and 5 days.  Clarence spent his young manhood in and near Denison.  He moved to Iowa where he lived for fifteen years.  He served with the armed forces overseas in 1918 and 1919.  In February 1922 he married to Miss Lily Kemling.  To this union were born three children.  In 1929 his wife passed away.  Later he moved his three children to the home of his parents, where he lived until his marriage in 1943, to Mrs. Myrtle Paige.  Since then he has lived in Denison.  He was employed by the Co-op for about seventeen years, a part of which time he served as manager of the Denison Station until his health failed.  He was a member of the Christian church and attended faithfully until illness prevented.  He was a member of the Masonic Lodge of Denison.  He leaves to mourn his loss; his widow, Mrs. Myrtle Littleton; two daughters, Mrs. Jean Bowie, Kyle, Texas and Mrs. Anna Belle Decker, Holton, Kansas; one son, Clarence Wayne, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; one brother, Floyd Littleton, Valley Falls; five sisters, Mrs. Lena Lines, San Pedro, California, Mrs. Helen Eckert, Mayetta, Mrs. Ruth Robison, Denison, Mrs. Letha Bowland, Englewood, Colorado; Mrs. Kathryn Means, Boulder, Colorado; one step daughter, Mrs. Vivian Fuller; twelve grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.  Funeral services were held at the Mercer Funeral Home on Saturday afternoon, July 25, at 2 p.m.
Casket bearers were Ivan Scott, Delber Douglas, Alvin Cline, Stanley Anderson, Frank Decker and Carl Dobson.  The American Legion was in charge of commital services at the Denison cemetery.

Unknown newspaper:
YOUNG MOTHER LAID TO REST
Mrs. Clarence Littleton, age 36, died last Thursday morning at 4 a.m. at her home northwest of Elliott. She had been bedfast for six weeks and suffered from cancer.
Mrs. Littleton was a daughter of Mrs. Chris Kemling and was born on the Kemling farm near the Kemling store on March 8, 1893. She attended the rural school and after completing the work there attended the Red Oak high school.  She was united in marriage to Clarence Littleton in Red Oak on February 21, 1923.   They resided for a time on a farm near Griswold. Two years ago, they moved to the W.T. Serwell farm at Center ridge. Mrs. Littleton was the mother of four children. One infant preceded her in death.  The three surviving children are Jean, 5; Anna, 4; and Clarence, 1. Besides her husband and children, she leaves her mother Mrs. Anna Kemling, five brothers, Louis, Arthur, Frank, and Chris, of Grove vicinity and Wilbur of Grant, Nebraska; two sisters, Mrs. C.O. Black of Ogilvie, Minnesota, and Mrs. John Silk of Waveland township.
Mrs. Littleton was a member of the United Presbyterian Church of Center Ridge  She had lived in that vicinity all her life.  She was very highly respected and had a large circle of friends and active in the social affairs of Center Ridge.
The funeral service was held at the Center Ridge Church, Saturday at two o'clock and burial was made in the cemetery close by.
iii.
FLOYD IVAN LITTLETON, born 30 January 1895, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 04 February 1966, Winchester Hospital, Winchester, Jefferson Co Kansas
He married LOUISE ELLEN ECKERT, 28 December 1921, Holton, Jackson Co Kansas.  She was born 27 March 1901, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 06 May 1981, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas.  Both are buried in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas

The Valley Falls Vindicator    Thursday, February 10, 1966, p. 1
FLOYD LITTLETON DIED THURSDAY
Services were held Monday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Valley Falls for Floyd Littleton, 71, who died Thursday at the Jefferson County Memorial Hospital in Winchester.
He was born Jan. 30, 1895, at Denison and had lived in the Valley Falls community 35 years.  He was a retired farmer.
He was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church at Valley Falls and was a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Louise Littleton, of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Agnes Kramer, Winchester; Mrs. Ellen Schrick, Valley Falls, and Mrs. Glee Hough, Topeka; five sisters:  Mrs. Lena Lines, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Helen Eckert, Mayetta; Mrs. Ruth Robison, Denison; Mrs. Letha Gallagher, Denver, Colo.; and Mrs. Katherine Schmier, Fort Lupton, Colo,; 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Burial was in Immaculate Conception Catholic Cemetery at Valley Falls.  Hagge Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

The Valley Falls Vindicator    Thursday, May 14, 1981, p. 6
MRS. LOUISE E. LITTLETON
Mrs. Louise Ellen Littleton, 80, Valley Falls, died May 6 at a Valley Falls nursing home.
She was born March 27, 1901, at Arrington, the daughter of Jacob and Honora Cruise Eckert.
She was reared in the Arrington community and spent the last 60 years in the Valley Falls community.
She was a member of St. Mary's Immaculate Conception Catholic church, Valley Falls, and was an honorary member of the St. Mary's Altar Society.
She was married to Floyd Littleton Dec. 28, 1921.  He died Feb. 4, 1966.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Ellen Schrick, Valley Falls, Mrs. Agnes Kramer, Winchester, and Mrs. Glee Hough, Topeka; three sisters, Mrs. Mabel Myer, Holton, and Mrs. Nora Edds and Mrs. Helen Gaggero, both of Topeka; three brothers, Jacob Eckert, Mayetta, Andrew Eckert, Effingham, and Glenn Eckert, Atchison; 12 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren.
Services were Saturday at St. Mary's Immaculate Conception Catholic church at Valley Falls, with burial in St. Mary's cemetery.  Rosary was recited Friday at the church.
Nellis Hagge Funeral Home, Valley Falls, was in charge of arrangements.
Officiating at the service was the Rev. William G. O'Shea. Englebert Heuertz was soloist and Charlene Brose, organist.  Pallbearers were Lambert Heinen, Gordon Lowry, Jesse Welborn, Tom Ryan, Paul Lemke, and Francis Grollmes.
iv.
WILLIAM HOBART LITTLETON, born 12 June 1897, Neosho Falls, Woodson Co Kansas, and died 07 April 1957, Anita, Cass Co Iowa
He married BEATRICE ATKINSON, 01 May 1921, Elliott, Montgomery Co Iowa.  She was born 26 June 1900, Illinois, and died July 1974.  Both are buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Anita, Cass Co Iowa.

Atlantic (IA) News-Telegraph     Monday, April 8, 1957
WILLIAM LITTLETON DIES AT ANITA
ANITA --- William Hobart Littleton, 59, died at his home in Anita early Sunday morning.  He had been in ill health for several years.
Born June 12, 1897 in Neosha Falls, Kan., he was the son of Charles and Clara Littleton, and on May 1, 1921, was married at Elliott to Beatrice Atkinson.  He served in the navy during World War I and has been a member of the American Legion for 35 years.  A resident of Anita for about 15 years, Mr. Littleton served as a justice of the peace for several terms.  He was a member of the Church of Christ.
Surviving besides his wife are three sons, Lee Littleton of Walnut, Cecil and Duane Littleton, both of Anita; a daughter, Mrs. Jack Bailey of Atlantic; 13 grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Lena Lines, San Pedro, Calif., Mrs. Ruth Robison of Denison, Kan., Mrs. Helen Eckert of Mayetta, Kan., Mrs. Letha Bowland of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Kathryn Keentz (sic) of Boulder, Colo., and two brothers, Clarence Littleton of Denison, Kan., and Floyd Littleton of Valley Falls, Kan.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Church of Christ with the Rev. Mayo Proctor officiating.  The remains will lie in state at Long's Funeral home until the service hour. Military rites will be held at the graveside in Evergreen cemetery.
v.
HELEN MARIE LITTLETON, born 31 January 1900, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 26 July 1997, Holton, Jackson Co Kansas
He married JACOB RICHARD ECKERT, 11 October 1919, Mayetta, Jackson Co Kansas.  He was born 24 August 1895, Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 22 April 1984, Topeka, Shawnee Co Kansas. Both are buried in St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetary, Hoyt, Jackson Co Kansas

Marriage Notes:
Marriage Certificate - St. Dominic's Church, Holton, Kansas
The Records of this Church, under date of October 11, 1919 certify to the canonical and legal marriage of Jacob Eckert, aged 24 years, son of Jacob Eckert and Honora Cruise, and Helen Littleton, aged 19 years, daughter of Charles Littleton and Claribel Kennedy.
Said record is signed by Francis A. Geinitz with witnesses John Eckert and Neoma Ferrell
Certified Copy of Marriage Record
The State of Kansas, Jackson county, Office of Probate Judge of Said County
Be It Remembered, That on the 10th day of October, A.D. 1919, there was issued from the office of said Probate Judge a Marriage License, of which the following is a true copy:
MARRIAGE LICENSE
To any person in the State of Kansas authorized by law to perform the Marriage ceremony: you are hereby authorized to join in marriage Jacob R. Eckert of Arrington, KS, age 24 Helen M. Littleton of Denison, KS, age 19  signed by John A. Pomeroy, probate judge
ENDORSEMENT
To whom it may concern:
I hereby certify that I performed the ceremony joining in Marriage the above-named couple on the 11th day of October, 1919, at Mayetta, Kansas
Signed: Rev. Francis A. Geinitz, Roman Catholic Priest
The Holton Recorder Thursday    October 2, 1969, p. 8
JAKE ECKERTS MARK 50TH ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Eckert will be guests of honor at a reception at St. Francis Xavier Parish Hall in Mayetta, Sunday, October 12, in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary.
Friends and relatives are invited to call between 2 and 4:30 p.m. The couple ask that no gifts be presented.
The reception will be given by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eckert, Wetmore; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Marinich, Canton, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle, Muscotah; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sage, Olympia, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Freed, Mayetta.
Mr. and Mrs. Eckert were married October 11, 1919 in Mayetta. Mr. Eckert was manager of John Morrell & Co. Feedlots until the plant closed and then employed at the Supply Depot in Topeka until his retirement. They have 13 grandchildren and 4 great-granchildren.
The Topeka Capital-Journal      October 7, 1979
MR. AND MRS. ECKERT
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob R. Eckert will be honored with a 60th wedding anniversary reception to be given by their children from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday Oct. 14 in the parish hall of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Mayetta.
Friends and relatives are invited to attend, and the couple requests that no gifts be presented.
Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Peter Marinich, Canton, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest V. Sage, Jr., Olympia, Wash.; Col. and Mrs. Richard Eckert, Wetmore; Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Doyle, Holton; and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Freed, Mayetta.
Mr. and Mrs. Eckert were married Oct. 11, 1919 in Mayetta and lived in Arrington, Effingham, Holton, and Topeka before moving to Mayetta 26 years ago. They have 13 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

The Holton Recorder, Monday, July 28, 1997
ECKERT
Helen Marie Eckert, 97, Mayetta, died Saturday, July 26, 1997, at Holton Manor Nursing Home.
She was born Jan. 31, 1900 in Denison, the daughter of Charles and Clarabel Kennedy Littleton. She moved to Mayetta from Topeka in 1952. She was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Mayetta and had been a member of St. Dominic's Catholic Church, Holton, for the last several years. She was also a member of the Altar Society and the Legion of Mary.
She was married to Jacob Richard Eckert Oct. 11, 1919, in Mayetta. He died April 22, 1984. She was also preceded in death by two granddaughters, Connie Eckert Dick and Cynthia Ann Sage Button.
Survivors include four daughters, Nellie Freed, Mayetta, Marceline Marinich, Canton, Ill., Mary Doyle, Holton, and Marjorie Sage, Elma, Wash.; a son, Dick Eckert, Wetmore; three sisters,Ruth Robison, Denison, Letha Gallaugher, Denver, Colo., and Kathryn Schmear, Longmont, Colo.; 11 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, and six great-great-grandchildren.
Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Thursday, July 31, at St. Dominic's Catholic Church, Holton. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hoyt. A rosary will be recited, 7 p.m. Wednesday evening at the Mercer Funeral Home, Holton. Visitation will follow the rosary. She will lie in state after
2 p.m. Tuesday at the Mercer Funeral Home.
Memorials may be given to the Helen Eckert Memorial Fund to be designated later by the family in care of the funeral home.
Certificate of Death, Kansas Department of Health and Environment
Name: Helen Marie Eckert Date of Death: July 27, 1997 age: 97
Date of Birth: January 31, 1900 Birthplace: Denison, Kansas
Place of Death: Holton Manor Nursing Home, Holton, Jackson county
Widowed Usual Occupation: Homemaker
Usual Residence: 205 Jones Street, Mayetta, Jackson county, Kansas
Ancestry: American Race: White
Father's name: Charles Littleton Mother's name: Claribel Kennedy
Informant: Dick Eckert
Burial, St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hoyt, Kansas
Cause of Death: Cerebral vascular accident, 4 hours duration
Certificate of Baptism:
This is to certify, that Jacob Eckert, son of Jacob Eckert and Nora Cruse, born on the 24th day of August 1895, City of Larkin, State of Kansas, was baptised on the 16th day of February 1896
According to the Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in St. Dominics Church at Holton, Kansas by the Rev. W. Freisbug
Sponsors: F. Ryan, A.M. Ryan as appears from the Baptismal Register of this Church
Issued by A. J. Lichting, August 27, 1960
HONORABLE DISCHARGE FROM THE UNITED STATES ARMY
To all whom it may concern: This is to certify that Jacob Richard Eckert, 3306001 Private, 1st Cl. 3rd Co. 1st Ba. 164th D.O.
The United States Army, as a testimonial of Honest and Faithful Service is hereby Honorably discharged, from the military service of the United States by reason of Tel. Instr. A.G.O. Nov. 15, 1918.
Said, Jacob Richard Eckert 3306001 was born in Arrington, in the state of Kansas.
When enlisted he was 22 10/12 years of age and by occupation a farmer.
He had Blue eyes, Brown hair, Ruddy complexion, and was 5 feet 6 inches in height.
Given under my hand at Camp Funston Kansas this 28th day of Dec. one thousand nine hundred and eighteen signature of the Captain of Infantry, USA is illegible paid in full: 54.76
Organizations served in military: 9 Co B 31 Bn US Guards
Grades with date of appointment: Pvt 1st G1, Aug 29, 1918
The Holton (KS) Recorder, April, 1984
JACOB RICHARD ECKERT
Jacob Richard Eckert, 88, Mayetta, died Sunday, April 22, at a Topeka hospital.
Mr. Eckert was employed by the Air Force supply depot south of Topeka nine years and by Morrell Packing Co. at Topeka nine years before he retired.
He was born Aug. 24, 1895, at Arrington, the son of Jacob William and Honora Cruise Eckert. He lived at Effingham and Holton before he moved to Topeka. He lived at Mayetta the past 33 years.
He was a veteran of World War I.
Mr. Eckert was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and Knights of Columbus Council No. 4219, both at Mayetta, and a 50-year member of Mary L. Blair Post No. 44 of the American Legion at Holton.
He was married to Helen Marie Littleton Oct. 11, 1919, at Mayetta. She survives.
Other survivors include a son, Dick Eckert, Wetmore; four daughters, Nellie Freed, Mayetta, Marceline Marinich, Canton, Ill., Mary Doyle, Holton, and Marjorie Sage, Olympia, Wash.; a brother, Glen Eckert, Atchison; three sisters, Mabel Meyer, Holton, Nora Edds, Winchester, and Helen Gaggero, Topeka; 13 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
Mass of Christian burial will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 24, from the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church at Mayetta, with the Rev. Alfred Koestner officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery at Hoyt. A Knights of Columbus rosary, followed by a parish rosary, will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today at Mercer Funeral Home, Holton. Memorial contributions may be made to the Holton Hospital Heart Monitor Fund in care of the Kansas State Bank of Holton, 66436.
Casketbearers were Rick Eckert, Lee Doyle, Danny Doyle, David Kehler, Kermit Mick, Rodney Dick, Bill Fitch and Larry Sage. Honorary casketbearers were Floyd Rogers, Martin Fiedler, Louis Walker, Christopher Walker, Charles Marshall, Jerry Eck, Donald Holthaus and Pat Mulroy.
Certificate of Death, Kansas State Dept. of Health and Environment
Name: Jacob Richard Eckert Date of Death: April 22, 1984, 4:40 a.m. Age: 88 years
Date of Birth: August 24, 1895 Race: White Origin of Descent: American
County of Death: Shawnee City of Death: Topeka, VA Medical Center, Inpatient     State of Birth: Kansas
Married      Surviving Spouse: Helen Littleton
Was Decedent Ever In U.S. Armed Forces: Yes
Father's Name: Jacob W. Eckert      Mother's Name: Nora Kruse      Informant: Helen Eckert
Burial, St. Joseph Cemetery, Hoyt, Kansas
Immediate cause of death: pneumonia of 20 days duration secondary to Congestive Heart failure
vi.
FRED EDGAR LITTLETON, born 09 April 1902, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died before 1960
He ROSE STAAB, 07 Nov 1922. She was born 21 November 1902, Prairie Hall, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 27 January 1987, Jefferson County Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Jefferson Co Kansas, burial in Valley Falls Cemetery, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas

Fred disappeared after his third child was born and was never seen again, various stories say he was delivering a car to Kansas City, MO from Valley Falls, KS and never came home

Memorial card:
ROSE LITTLETON WOOD
Rose Littleton Wood, 84, of Valley Falls, Kansas, died early Tuesday morning, Jan. 27, 1987, at the Jefferson County Memorial Hospital in Winchester, Kansas. She had been ill with cancer for several months.
She was born Nov. 21, 1902, in the Prairie Hall community northeast of Valley Falls, the daughter of Wendlin and Mary Zeh Staab. She was married to Fred Littleton on Nov. 7, 1922. They were divorced. She was later married to Elmer Wood on Aug. 17, 1957, at Valley Falls. He died March 3, 1975. She was also preceded in death by a daughter, Arlene Littleton, in 1936 and a son, Ernest Littleton in 1978.
Mrs. Wood was a homemaker, farmer, and gardener all of her life until she retired and moved into Valley Falls in 1975. She was an organist for many years and played for many local weddings and funerals.
She was a faithful church affiant at Calvary Baptist Church, a member of Prairie Hall Club and Bluemound Sunshine Club, all at Valley Falls.
Survivors include a daughter, Donna Slagle, Valley Falls; a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Littleton, Valley Falls; four grandchildren, Lynn Littleton, Topeka, Brent Littleton, Omaha, Nebraska, Mrs. Jan Crow, Overland Park, and Wendy Littleton, Valley Falls; a great-granddaughter, Sarah Littleton, Omaha, Nebr.
vii.
RUTH HAZEL LITTLETON, born 19 September 1905, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 03 February 2000, Holton, Jackson Co Kansas
She married m. (1) JAMES WALLACE HUNT, 30 September 1922.  He was born 1895, and died 05 January 1948
She married (2) GLENN TODD ROBISON, 12 August 1951.  He was born 1911, and died 30 March 1993. All three are buried in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas

The Holton Recorder     Monday, February 7, 2000, p. 5
ROBISON
Ruth Hazel Littleton Hunt Robison, 94, Denison, died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2000 at the Jackson County Nursing Home in Holton.
She was born Sept. 19, 1905, at Denison, the daughter of Charles F. and Claribel Kennedy Littleton.
Mrs. Robison ran the telephone office at Denison from 1948 to 1968. She was the Denison correspondent for The Holton Recorder for many years.
She was a member of the Denison Bible Church, the Homemakers Club and a Past Worthy Matron of Denison Chapter No. 488 of the Order of Eastern Star.
She married James Wallace Hunt on Sept. 30, 1922. He died Jan. 5, 1948. She married Glenn Todd Robison on Aug. 12, 1951 at Denison. He died March 30, 1993.
Mrs. Robison was also preceded in death by a son, Charles Mourice Hunt, in 1986, four brothers, and two sisters.
Survivors include one son, John H. Hunt, Riley; two daughters; Letha Haslett, Overbrook, and Anna M. Chalmers, Topeka; two sisters, Letha Gallaugher, San Benito, Texas, and Kathryn Schmier, Longmont, Colo., 11 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Chapel Oaks Funeral Home in Holton. Burial was in the Denison Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society and sent in care of the funeral home.
viii.
LETHA EMMA LITTLETON, born 19 July 1908, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 08 April 2004, Harlingen, Cameron Co Texas, cremains buried with parents, Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
She married (1) ELMER EBY, before 1930. He was born 28 February 1904, and died February 1954
She married (2) EDGAR AUGUST BOWLAND, 03 July 1937, Fort Morgan, Morgan Co Colorado. He was born 26 April 1901, McDonald, Rawlins Co Kansas, and died 27 March 1984, Grand Junction, Mesa Co Colorado, burial in Glenwood Springs Colorado.
She married (3) HARLOND GALLAUGHER, between 1959 - 1966. He was born 27 April 1898, and died November 1979

The Valley Morning Star, Harlingen, Texas      Saturday, April 10, 2004
SAN BENITO -- Funeral arrangements for Letha Gallaugher, 95, who passed away Thursday, are pending under the direction of the Thomae Funeral Home.
The Valley Morning Star, Harlingen, Texas     Sunday, April 18, 2004
LETHA EMMA GALLAUGHER
San Benito -- Letha Emma Gallaugher was taken to be with her Lord Thursday night, April 8, 2004 at Retama Manor Nursing Home, where she received excellent care. She was born July 19, 1908 to Charles and Clara Bell Littleton of Dennison, KS.
Her husbands, Elmer Eby, Edgar Bowland and Harland Gallaugher and her brothers and sisters preceded her in death. She is survived by 7 children, Floyd (Mary) Eby of Harlingen, Lee (Jane) Bowland of Hemit, California; Claribel (William) Hart of Lakewood, Co., Elaine (Ray) Kramer of Greeley, Co., Bonnie (Don) Flageolle of Cabool, Mo., Doris (Duane) Scott of San Benito, Everett (Sallene) Bowland of Baker, Montana. She also has 31 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren.
She was a housekeeper for the hospital in Wray, Co., where she raised her family. She moved to Denver and was a companion for Governor Love's daughter. She was a member of the St. John Lutheran Church of San Benito.
In lieu of flowers the family has requested that donations be made to the LWML Endowment Fund C/O St. John Lutheran Church of San Benito. There will be a memorial service announced at a later date. Services are under the direction of Thomae Funeral Home, 701 N. Bowie, San Benito, 399-9992.
The Holton Recorder, Monday, April 26, 2004
Gallaugher
Letha Emma Gallaugher, 95, formerly of Denison, died April 8, 2004, at San Benito, Texas. She was born July 19, 1908, the daughter of Charles and Claribel Littleton of Denison. Mrs. Gallaugher was a housekeeper for the hospital in Wray, Colo., where she raised her family. She moved to Denver, Colo., where she served as a companion to the daughter of Gov. John A. Love. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in San Benito, Texas. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Elmer Eby, Edgar Bowland and Harland Gallaugher; four brothers, Fred Littleton, Clarence Littleton, Floyd Littleton and Bill Littleton; and four sisters, Helen Eckert, Ruth Robison, Kathryn Schmier and Lena Lines. Survivors include three sons, Floyd Eby and wife Mary, Harlingen, Texas, Lee Bowland and wife Jane, Hemit, Calif., and Everett Bowland, Baker, Mont.; four daughters, Claribel Hart and husband William, Lakewood, Colo., Elaine Kramer and husband Ray, Greeley, Colo., Bonnie Flageolle and husband Don, Cabool, Mo., and Doris Scott, San Benito, Texas; 31 grandchildren; and 32 great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at a later date at the Denison Cemetery.
ix.
KATHRYN ELIZABETH LITTLETON, born 12 June 1911, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 28 August 2003, Longmont, Boulder Co Colorado, burial in Foothills Gardens of Memory Cemetery, Longmont, Boulder Co Colorado
She married (1) LEONARD KIENTZ, 1929.
She married (2) Mr. MEANS, between April 1957 - July 1959
She married (3) FRANK SCHMIER, 08 June 1959, Boulder, Boulder Co Colorado.

The Longmont (CO) Daily Times-Call Saturday, August 30, 2003
SCHMIER, Kathryn E., 92, of Longmont, died Thursday, Aug. 28, 2003, at a local care center. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Lewellen Longmont Memorial Chapel. Funeral service to be held 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 1, at Lewellen Longmont Memorial Chapel. Services conclude at the chapel.
June 12, 1911 — Aug. 28, 2003
Kathryn Elizabeth Schmier of Longmont died Thursday, Aug. 28, 2003, at a local care center. She was 92.
Mrs. Schmier was born June 12, 1911, in Dennison, Kan., to Charles and Clarabelle (Kennedy) Littleton.
She graduated from high school in Dennison in 1929.
That same year, she married Leonard Kientz, with whom she had four children. They later divorced.
She moved to Colorado in 1944.
On June 8, 1959, she married Frank Schmier in Boulder. That year, she moved to Platteville and worked with her husband on their farm. They retired to Longmont in 1973.
A homemaker, Mrs. Schmier enjoyed gardening and rock collecting. She attended Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church.
She was preceded in death by four brothers and three sisters.
Mrs. Schmier is survived by her husband of Longmont; a son, Larry Kientz and his wife Beverly of Rapid City, S.D.; three daughters, Gloria Anson of Green Valley, Ariz., Lenita Wheelis and her husband Richard of Colorado Springs and Frieda Karen Strome of Phoenix; a sister, Letha Gallaugher of San Benito, Texas; 10 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
 
34.
JOHN FRED7 KENNEDY (William6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 25 March 1881 in Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 25 August 1953 in Augusta, Butler Co Kansas

He married DAISY JANE TAGUE 07 February 1906 in Leon, Butler Co Kansas. She was born c1883 in Kansas, and died 21 May 1977 in Augusta, Butler Co Kansas. Both are buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas. Both are buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas.
The Augusta (KS) Daily Gazette
J. Fred Kennedy, 72, retired farmer, died at his Augusta home, Tuesday afternoon. He was born March 25, 1881, in Jefferson county, coming to Butler county in 1902. He married Daisy Jane Tague, Feb. 6, 1906. The Kennedys lived on a farm near Bloomington until 1920, when they moved to Augusta. Mr. Kennedy worked for the Standard Oil company there, until his retirement. Besides his wife he is survived by a son; J. Melvin of 357 S. Vassar (Wichita) and a daughter Mrs. Eunice Landrum, of Las Vegas, Nev., two brothers, Ira of Leon, and William of Whittier, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Louie White of Mulvane and one grand child.
Funeral services are 10:30, Thursday at Augusta. Burial in Elmwood Cemetery, Augusta.
Children of John Kennedy and Daisy Tague are:
i.
JOHN MELVIN8 KENNEDY, born 01 December 1906, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas, and died 12 October 1977, Wichita, Sedgwick Co Kansas
He married EDNA LORINE GAULDING, 15 June 1932, Wichita, Sedgwick Co Kansas.  She was born 15 February 1914, Seymour, Webster Co Missouri.

The Augusta (KS) Gazette      Wednesday, October 12, 1977
Kennedy Funeral Friday
J. Melvin Kennedy, 71, Wichita, formerly of Augusta, died this morning at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita.
Funeral services will be in the Downing-East Mortuary chapel at 2 Friday afternoon with Dr. Claude Stinson officiating. Burial will be in the Elmwood cemetery here.
Mr. Kennedy was born in Butler County on December 1, 1906 a son of Fred and Daisy Tauge Kennedy. He was a retired employee of the Boeing Co., and a member of the Elk and Moose organizations.
Survivors include his wife, Lorine, of the home; a son, Jay Kennedy, Leawood; a sister, Mrs. Eunice Landrum, Wichita and three grandchildren, Julie, Dirk and Valerie Kennedy, all of Leawood.
The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society in Wichita.
ii.
EUNICE MAE KENNEDY, born 24 July 1908, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas, and died 12 August 1990, Wichita, Sedgwick Co Kansas
She married LOWELL JAMES LANDRUM. He died September 1953, Las Vegas, Clark Co Nevada.

The Wichita (KS) Eagle     Tuesday, August 14, 1990, p. 2D
Eunice M. (Kennedy) Landrum, 82, homemaker, died Sunday, Aug. 12, 1990. Service 2 p.m. Friday, Downing & Lahey Mortuary.
Survivors: nephew, Jay Kennedy of Leawood; sister-in-law, Lorine Kennedy of Topeka. Memorials have been established with the American Cancer Society and the Catholic Diocese of Wichita.
 
35.
WILLIAM EARLE7 KENNEDY (William6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 02 October 1885 in Kansas, and died 04 August 1969 in Whittier, Los Angeles Co California.

He married SOPHIA ANNA FABER 04 October 1911 in Central City, Merrick Co Nebraska.    She was born 05 October 1887 in Illinois, and died 31 December 1973 in La Crescenta, Los Angeles Co California.   Both are buried in Rose Hills Cemetery, Whittier, Los Angeles Co California
Unknown newspaper source:
Kennedy - Funeral services for William Earl Kennedy, 83, of 7734 Broadway, Whttier, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Lanier's Colonial Chapel, with Brother Clyde Seders of Jehovah's Witnesses officiating.
Mr. Kennedy died Monday in a local convalescent hospital.
Born in Kansas, he ws a 43 year California resident, and had lived in Whittier for 16 years. He had been employed by General Motors in South Gate.
Survivors include his wife, Sophia; a daughter, Mrs. Alex (Ines) Kitching of La Crescenta; a brother Ira B. Kennedy and a sister, Elizabeth White, both of Kansas; and two grandchildren.
Child of William Kennedy and Sophia Farber is:
i.
INES MERLE8 KENNEDY, born 24 November 1912, Central City, Merrick Co Nebraska, and died 14 March 2005, California
She married (1) GERALD L. ROSE, 30 May 1935, California. He was born 21 April 1913, Kansas, and died 17 April 1955, Whittier, Los Angeles Co California
She married (2) ALEXANDER S. KITCHING, 20 March 1967, Las Vegas, Clark Co Nevada. He was born 20 April 1909, in England, and died 09 May 1985, Reno, Washoe Co Nevada, burial in Burbank, Los Angeles Co California.
 
36.
SARAH ELIZABETH7 KENNEDY (William6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 20 April 1893 in Larkin, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 30 November 1994 in Mulvane, Sumner Co Kansas.

She married LOUIE WHITE 21 Dec 1910 in Wichita, Sedgwick Co Kansas. He was born 16 October 1887 in Leon, Butler Co Kansas, and died 23 July 1973 in Haysville, Sedgwick Co Kansas. Both are buried in Mulvane Cemetery, Mulvane, Sumner Co Kansas
Child of Sarah Kennedy and Louie White is:
i.
NORMA L.8 WHITE, born 09 February 1912, Leon, Butler Co Kansas, and died 09 August 1996, Mulvane, Sumner Co Kansas
She married WALTER L. DAVEY, 01 June 1941, Mulvane, Sumner Co Kansas, and died 27 Oct 1970, Wichita, Sedgwick Co Kansas. Both are buried in Mulvane Cemetery, Mulvane, Sumner Co Kansas
 
37.
IRA BRYAN7 KENNEDY (William6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 21 December 1896 in Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 20 October 1974 in Spring, Butler Co Kansas.

He married (1) LULA ALICE BOLINGER 11 March 1917 in El Dorado, Butler Co Kansas. She was born 28 January 1896 in Montpelier, Blackford Co Indiana, and died 18 September 1943 in El Dorado, Butler Co Kansas, burial in Cumberland Cemetery, Walnut, Butler Co Kansas
He married (2) PEARL MAE WAKEFIELD 18 October 1942 in Newton, Harvey Co Kansas. She was born 28 July 1902 in Leon, Butler Co Kansas, and died 07 February 1998 in Winfield, Cowley Co Kansas. She and Ira are both buried in Wakefield Cemetery, Spring, Butler Co Kansas
Children of Ira Kennedy and Lula Bolinger are:
i.
RICHARD EARLE8 KENNEDY, born 20 February 1921, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas
He married JANE LAVERRIA MEREDITH, 25 January 1943, Winfield, Cowley Co Kansas. She was born 08 December 1921, Garden Plain, Sedgwick Co Kansas.
ii.
MARY FRANCES KENNEDY, born 09 August 1922, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas
She married RAYMOND ALFRED LAWRENCE, 06 June 1942, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas. He was born 08 January 1922, El Dorado, Butler Co Kansas, and died 22 January 1996, El Dorado, Butler Co Kansas, burial in Cumberland Cemetery, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas
iii.
ELIZABETH ANN KENNEDY, born 10 October 1923, El Dorado, Butler Co Kansas
She married FRED LAVERNE THOMPSON, 08 February 1941, El Dorado, Butler Co Kansas. He was born 27 September 1921, Tarkio, Atchinson Co Missouri, and died 04 October 1995, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas, burial in Augusta Cemetery, Augusta, Butler Co Kansas.
Fred lost his right leg three inches below the knee as result of a motorcycle accident on July 4, 1969, but continued to work everyday until his retirement from the Plumber and Steamfitters Union in Wichita
iv.
DOROTHY JEAN KENNEDY, born 20 April 1927, Wichita, Sedgwick Co Kansas
She married CURTIS ALAN CHAMBERS, November 1953, Wichita, Sedgwick Co Kansas.
 
38. BESSIE7 DAVIS (Nancy6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), married ALVA ROBERTS.
Children of Bessie Davis and Alva Roberts are:
i. FLORENCE8 ROBERTS married SCOTT BATEMAN
ii. ERNEST ROBERTS
 
39.
ALONZO ROBERT7 KENNEDY (Sanders6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 12 February 1884 in Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 01 November 1911 in Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.

He married MAMIE COX c1905
Unknown newspaper source
Alonzo Robert Kennedy was born in Jackson county, Feb. 12, 1884. Six years ago he married Mamie Cox. Three children were born to them. Two boys and a girl the youngest being 19 months old. He moved last spring to the Curt Ferrell farm southeast of town and was helping his neighbor, Clyde Cline dig out a well on the Montgomery farm when he fell and broke his left leg just below the thigh. This happened Saturday Oct. 28, and although he suffered considerable pain yet he seemed to be getting along all right until Nov. 1, when he suddenly passed away with scarcely a moments warning from heart trouble. He was just growing strong from an accident which happened to him last spring when he was thrown from a horse and suffered a broken clavicle. He died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cline. The funeral services being held in the Christian church, Friday afternoon. The members of the I.O.O.F. marched in a body in the funeral procession and their funeral service was read by chaplain Moorehead and Will Cory. Rev. Kimball having charge of the preaching service and undertaker Werts having the funeral in charge.
Interment was made in the Denison Cemetery north of town.
Children of Alonzo Kennedy and Mamie Cox are:
i. LEON8 KENNEDY, born 1906
ii. IVAN KENNEDY, born 1909
iii. VERA A. KENNEDY, born 1910
 
40.
ISA E.7 KENNEDY (Sanders6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 05 May 1888 in Denison, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 06 January 1959.

She married (1) WALTER EARL MCDANIEL 17 March 1909 in Holton, Jackson Co Kansas. He was born 25 May 1888, and died 25 December 1933.
She married (2) ALBERT L. NEWMAN after 1933. He was born 28 February 1878, and died 30 June 1949. All three are buried in Farrar Cemetery, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas.
The Valley Falls (KS) Vindicator    Friday, January 5, 1934
OBITUARY -- McDANIEL
Walter Earl McDaniel, son of James and Sarah McDaniel, was born May 25, 1888 and died December 25, 1933, at the age of 45 years, and 7 months. On March 17, 1909 he was united in marriage to Isa E. Kennedy in Holton, Kansas. To this union one son was born on December 25, 1917. This boy, James Saunders, died on July 7, 1918. Walter's health gave way on October 30, 1924 and for these nine long years he was a constant sufferer. But with a smile and cheery word he met his friends uncomplainingly. He leaves to mourn for him, his wife, his aged mother and two brothers, William and Granville, with other relatives and friends. He was taken worse on October 31st and slowly, gradually approached the river crossing, gaining the other side on Christmas day. Services were held for him at the Christian church, in Valley Falls, on Wednesday, December 27, at 2:00 pm by Rev. Kimball, assisted by Rev. Ansos, pastor of the church. The pall bearers were John Burket, Dallas Haskins, Hugh Cole, John Clinton, John Strawn and Walters. Interment was in the Farrar cemetery at Valley Falls.
Child of Isa Kennedy and Walter McDaniel is:
i. JAMES SANDERS8 MCDANIEL, born 25 December 1917, and died 07 July 1918, burial in Farrar Cemetery, Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas
 
41.
EDNA ELIZABETH7 HOUSH (Ida6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 01 October 1886 in Kansas, and died 10 February 1922 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.

She married HARRY B. OWEN.
Children of Edna Housh and Harry Owen are:
i.
REV. HARRY J.8 OWEN, born 23 June 1911, Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 15 June 1982, Independence, Jackson Co Missouri, burial in Mount Washington Cemetery, Independence, Jackson Co Missouri
He married GERTRUDE.

The Independence (MO) Examiner      Thursday, June 18, 1982, p. 2
THE REV. HARRY J. OWEN
The Rev. Harry J. Owen, 70, of 800 Ute St., died Tuesday at the Independence Sanitarium and Hospital.
He was born in Oskaloosa, Kan., and had lived in this area most of his life. Mr. Owen was graduated from the Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Kan., and was a Baptist minister for 28 years before he retired in 1979. He had been minister of education and business of the Maywood Baptist Church five years.
His survivors include his wife, Gertrude Owen of the home; fours sons, James A. Owen, Phoenix, Ariz., David W. Owen, Tulsa, Okla., Robert Lee Owen, Long Beach, Calif., and John W. Owen, Martinez, Calif.; two daughters, Helen Hansen Love and Fern P. Reed of Independence; three stepsons, Gene Hazlett, Independence, George Hazlett, Liberty, and Arnold Hazlett, Blue Springs; three stepedaughters, Opal Box, Chicago, and Inez Sartain and Wilma Harris of Independence; a sister, Edith E. Young, Independence; two half brothers, Delbert Owen, Kansas City, and George Owen of New Jersey; a half sister, Betty Lou Owen, Kansas City; 17 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; 17 stepgrandchildren; and three stepgreat-grandchildren.
Services will be 1 p.m. Friday at the Maywood Baptist Church; burial in Mount Washington Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 9 tonight at the Ott and Mitchell Chapel. The family suggests contributions to the church memorial fund.
ii.
EDITH E. OWEN, born 30 April 1913, Kansas, and died 23 June 2002, Kansas City, Jackson Co Missouri, burial in Memorial Park Cemetery, Kansas City, Jackson Co Missouri.
She married Mr. YOUNG.

The Kansas City (MO) Star      Tuesday, June 25, 2002, p. B4
EDITH E. YOUNG
Edith E. Young, 89, Kansas City, MO, passed away Sunday, June 23, 2002, at the home. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 26, at George C. Carson & Sons Independence Chapel; burial in Memorial Park Cemetery, Kansas City, MO. Visitation will be 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Independence chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to the Glenwood Park United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund.
 
42.
ELSIE MAY 7 HOUSH (Ida6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 01 October 1890 in Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 14 May 1970 in Canton, Fulton Co Illinois.

She married WILLIAM BROWN.
Children of Elsie Housh and William Brown are:
i. MAX8 BROWN
ii. DALE BROWN
 
43.
RALPH LEROY7 HOUSH (Ida6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 21 March 1896 in Jefferson Co Kansas, and died August 1964 in Houston, Harris Co Texas.

He married THELMA MAY HEDGES.   She was born 12 August 1903, and died 17 October 1967.
Children of Ralph Housh and Thelma Hedges are:
i. CLARK EMERSON8 HOUSH, born 16 April 1921, and died 28 July 1991.
ii. MARJORIE EILEEN HOUSH, born 23 August 1922, and died 12 May 1985.
iii. BILLIE JEAN HOUSH, born 1923, Clayton, Norton Co Kansas.
iv. LAVON RAE HOUSH, born Clayton, Norton Co Kansas.
v. LEROY WINGETT HOUSH, born Clayton, Norton Co Kansas.
vi. HARON KAY HOUSH
 
44.
JOHN WILLIAM7 HOUSH (Ida6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 16 October 1900 in Jefferson Co Kansas, and died 18 August 1973 in Canton, Fulton Co Illinois.

He married ZELMA BARBARA MARMET.   She died February 1970.
Children of John Housh and Zelma Marmet are:
i. GLEN LEON8 HOUSH
ii. WILMA LEIGH HOUSH married Mr. TROUBAUGH
 
45.
THOMAS JEFFERSON7 ROBERTSON (Etta6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 27 Sep 1889 in Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 28 October 1977 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo Co New Mexico.

He married NORA MAREN JONES 21 February 1912 in Denison, Jackson Co Kansas.
Children of Thomas Robertson and Nora Jones are:
i. VERNON DEVERE8 ROBERTSON, born c1913.
ii. HOWARD CHESTER ROBERTSON, born 24 February 1914, and died 30 April 1995, Los Lunas, Valencia Co New Mexico.
 
46.
LAVINA ETHEL7 ROBERTSON (Etta6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 16 September 1894 in Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 30 September 1994.

She married WARREN C. DAVIDSON 17 March 1917 in Jefferson Co Kansas. He was born 27 October 1891, and died 26 October 1945.
Children of Lavina Robertson and Warren Davidson are:
i. WARREN C.8 DAVIDSON, born 27 January 1918, and died 29 May 1943, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
ii. INFANT DAVIDSON, burial in Denison Cemetery, Denison, Jackson Co Kansas
 
47.
LEWELLING7 ROBERTSON (Etta6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 07 January 1897 in Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 24 April 1964 in Phoenix, Maricopa Co Arizona.

He married MONA J. CORKILL 15 June 1922 in St. Joseph, Buchanan Co Missouri.
Children of Lewelling Robertson and Mona Corkill are:
i. JAMES8 ROBERTSON
ii. CATHERINE YVONNE ROBERTSON
iii. DONALD GENE ROBERTSON
 
48.
MARTHA AGNES7 ROBERTSON (Etta6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 17 September 1899 in Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas, and died 14 July 1996 in DeKalb, DeKalb Co Illinois.

She married GEORGE REUBEN SUMMERFELT 21 August 1920 in Arrington, Atchison Co Kansas. He was born 31 August 1900 in Valley Falls, Jefferson Co Kansas, and died July 1966 in Mountain Home, Baxter Co Arkansas.
Child of  Martha Robertson and George Summerfelt is:
i. MARY ELLEN8 SUMMERFELT married Mr. WIEMAN
 
49.
TRUMAN COLUMBUS7 BIRD (Nettie6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 06 August 1892 in Circleville, Jackson Co Kansas, and died 12 January 1958 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co California, burial in Highland Park Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co Ohio

He married (1) BLANCHE MINCHER 22 August 1922 in Kansas City, Jackson Co Missouri.
He married (2) LAURA MARGARET RICHARDS c1932. She was born 20 January 1913 in Webb City, Jasper Co Missouri, and died 29 August 1992 in San Antonio, Bexar Co Texas.
Certificate of Death, No. 596 State of California
Name of Deceased: Truman Columbus Bird Date of Death: January 12, 1958, 2:30 p.m.
Sex: Male Color or Race: Cauc.    Birthplace: Kansas     Date of Birth: August 6, 1892     Age: 65 years
Name and Birthplace of Father: Nathaniel Bird--Unknown      Maiden Name and Birthplace of Mother: Nettie Kennedy--Unknown
Citizen of What Country: USA
Last Occupation: Hotel Clerk
Military Service: World War #1       Marital Status: Divorced
Place of Death: Kaiser Foundation Hospital, 4867 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, California
Cause of Death: Acute Bronchitis, Chronic Bronchitis, Pulmonary Emphysema, chronic
Child of Truman Bird and Laura Richards is:
i. TRUMAN COLUMBUS BIRD8 SHARTS, born in Memphis, Shelby Co Tennessee.
 
50.
HAZEL7 BIRD (Nettie6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born c1896 in Kansas, and died 12 December 1978 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co Ohio.    

She married RICHARD MCGLYNN.
Children of Hazel Bird and Richard McGlynn are:
i. RICHARD8 MCGLYNN
ii. NETTA MCGLYNN
iii. ROBERT MCGLYNN
 
51. HOX7 WALTON (Minnie6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), died before June 1963.    He married LURA.
Children of Hox Walton and Lura are:
i. BILL8 WALTON
ii. LELAND WALTON
 
52.
LOTTA G.7 WALTON (Minnie6, Elizabeth5, Susan4, William3, Thomas2, Thomas1), was born 03 December 1893 in Leavenworth Co Kansas, and died 14 April 1975 in Kansas City, Wyandotte Co Kansas.

She married CARL P. WINCHELL. He was born 29 July 1884, and died January 1978. Both are buried in Highland Park Cemetery, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co Kansas.
The Kansas City (MO) Star      Tuesday, April 15, 1975, p. 6
MRS. CARL P. WINCHELL
Mrs. Lotta G. Winchell, 81, of 2719 Wood, Kansas City, Kansas, died Monday at Providence Hospital. Mrs. Winchell was born in Leavenworth county, Kansas, and had lived most of her life in Kansas City, Kansas. She leaves her husband, Carl P. Winchell of the home; a son, Carl P. Winchell, Jr., 2529 N. 81st, Kansas City, Kansas; two daughters, Mrs. Rose Hoeper, Foresthill, Calif., and Mrs. Louise Longacre, Dickinson, Tex., 11 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Porter Chapel; burial in Highland Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel.
Children of Lotta Walton and Carl Winchell are:
i. ROSIE8 WINCHELL married Mr. HOEPER
ii. LOUISE WINCHELL married Mr. LONGACRE
iii. GEORGE WINCHELL, born before 1919, and died before April 1975.
iv.
CARL P. WINCHELL, JR., born 18 December 1919, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co Kansas, and died 04 November 2002, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co Kansas, burial in Highland Park Cemetery, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co Kansas.
He married MARY.

The Kansas City (MO) Star     Tuesday, November 5, 2002, p. B4
Carl P. "Pote" Winchell, 82, of Kansas City, KS, died Monday, November 4, 2002, at Providence Place. Memorial service will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, November 6th at the Porter Funeral Home, 1835 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, KS 66102. Cremation with burial in Highland Park Cemetery. The family requests no flowers.
Mr. Winchell was born December 18, 1919, in Kansas City, KS, where he was a lifelong resident of the city. He graduated from Wyandotte High School in 1937. Carl started working at an early age driving a route near Lake Quivira for the Journal Post newspaper. Carl worked at Phillips Refinery during World War II, then started his vocation and calling as an expert glass man. He managed the Harding Glass Co. in Kansas City, KS, for 38 years, retiring in 1981.
His hobby was owning and restoring antique automobiles. He was an avid traveler, vacationing in most of the U.S. and three trips to Europe and many trips to Mexico and Canada. He was a former member of Stephen's Methodist Church, and was a member of the Kaw Valley Riders and various Masonic groups.
He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Lottie & Carl Winchell Sr. and older brother, George Winchell. Carl is survived by his wife of 60 years, Mary Winchell, daughter, Carol Sue Winchell, and son, Kent A. Winchell, his wife Martha and family, granddaughter, Stacie Norris and family, special greatgrandson, Jess Ford, two sisters, Rose and Louise, and numerous nephews and nieces. Dad we will always remember you, miss you, and love you. (Arrangements: Porter Funeral Home, 1835 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, KS)
 
53.
FLOYD7 BARLOW (Charlie6, Jesse5, Leason4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 06 February 1897 and died 28 September 1897.

He married EFFIE SNAPP.   She died October 25, 1962
I found this death record, and wonder if the one date might be in error .... Kentucky Death Records .... Also, note the date of Floyd's death ... I doubt these are the same people ... he couldn't have been married if he died as an infant. I do not recall where this information comes from, but I think it needs some more research done.
Kentucky Death Records:  Effie S. Barlow died 05 March 1962    Nicholas, NICHOLAS County     70 Years    DC#62 06709
Children of Floyd Barlow and Effie Snapp are:
i. SUE MARGARET8 BARLOW born 31 May 1918.    She married ALLEN RULE
ii. LOIS EVELYN BARLOW born 31 May 1923.    She married EDGAR HOWARD DENSMORE ALLISON
 
54. SAMUEL RUSSELL7 BARLOW (Charlie6, Jesse5, Leason4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 10 June 1898.     He married ELIZABETH CARR
Children of Samuel Barlow and Elizabeth Carr are:
i. VIVIAN8 BARLOW born 23 February 1926.   She married JESSE RAWLINGS
ii. SAMUEL RUSSELL BARLOW, JR. was born 14 February 1927 and died 25 December 1986.   He married BETTY LOUISE MYERS
 
55.
COBURN ROSELLE7 BARLOW (Charlie6, Jesse5, Leason4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 08 December 1900, and died 12 September 1944 in Karnes Co Texas. DC# 43650

He married CATHERINE F.    Both are buried in Nixon Cemetery, Gonzales Co Texas.
Child of Coburn Barlow and Catherine is:
i. FRIEDA BETH ' BETTY'8 BARLOW born 23 February 1926.    She married BENNY YORK   They had 8 children, including Penny York Cardwell
 
56.
CHARLES7 EDWARD BARLOW (Charlie6, Jesse5, Leason4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 16 August 1903 and died in 06 December 1931 in Bourbon, Harrison Co Kentucky (Kentucky Death Records, DC#31 28348) 

He married NELL WEST. She died 09 March 1960 in Fayette, Bourbon Co Kentucky (Kentucky Death Records, DC#60 04953)
Child of  Charles Barlow and Nell West is:
i.
BILLY BURNS8 BARLOW born 27 May 1931 and died 19 July 1989 in Harrison Co Kentucky (Kentucky Death Records, DC#89 16875)
He married ROSETTA STIVERS
 
57. MARGARET LOUISE7 BARLOW (Charlie6, Jesse5, Leason4, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born 30 September 1905 and died 23 January 1984

She married EARL VEACH DELANEY.    He was born 01 September 1905
Children of Margaret Barlow and Earl Delaney are:
i. EARL VEACH8 DELANEY, JR. born 20 June 1926 and died 28 January 1942
ii. CAROLYN JANE DELANEY, born 16 November 1938 and died 14 September 1958.   She married JAMES R. SNAPP
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