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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

George C. Foulk, 6 South 43 West

1907 "G.O. Foulk" is mentioned as visiting - Rushville items.
George cash-claimed a quarter in 14, 6 South, 43W in 1908.
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George Foulk married Nancy Shoop January 1, 1846 in Champion, Trumbull County, Ohio.
1850 Trumbull County
"Foulk, George age 26 farmer, b Columbiana Co OH
Foulk, Nancy age 20, b Trumbull Co OH
Foulk, Daniel age 3, b Trumbull Co OH
Foulk, Henry age 2, b Trumbull Co OH
In 1860 Jones County, George is 35, Nancy 33, Daniel 13, Harry 12, May 7, Carrie 5, and Albert 2.
"Mary (my gggrandmother) b abt 1850 in Ohio - married Samuel Spear December 26, 1870 (Mary E. Foulk) "
In 1885 Audubon County, Iowa, Sameul is 38, Mary 34, Dora 13, Deller 11, Emma 9, Charley 7, Nena 5, and Nevena 2.
In 1895 Cass County, Iowa, Samuell is 48, Mary 44, Nina 15, Ninena 12, Allice 9, Maude 7, Nancy 4.
Mary E. 1850-1916 and Samuel 1847-1908 are buried in Brighton Cemetery, Cass County - so is Nivena Spear Bornholdt 1882-1948 and Charles C. 1877-1941.
In 1870 Jones County, Iowa, George Foulk is 47, Ohio, Daniel 23 Ohio, Caroline 15 Ohio, John A. 14, Iiowa, and George C. 11, Iowa.
Carrie "Fulk" married Hanson Northrup Feb 14, 1875 in Jones County
In 1880 Jones County, John H. 30 and "Carry" 25, have Endessa 3 and Capitola 4.

(Henry U. Northup, son of Caroline Foulk and J.H. Northup, married Sarah Galvin August 15, 1900 in Avoca, Iowa. Nancy Northrup, daughter of John Hanson Northrup and Caroline Faulk, married Peter Bertelsen in 1895 in Audubon County, Iowa. In 1900 Dixon County, Nebraska, John H. Northrup 53 and Caroline 46 are alone.)

In 1880 Cedar County, Nebraska (where many Kit Carson County settlers lived) George Foulk 54, farming, Miranda 43, both Iowa, have George 19, Iowa, a farm laborer.
In the 1879 Cedar County school census, George Foulk, parent had George 19 and James 12.
In 1900 Cedar County, George the father is widowed, born Sep 1829, George C. June 1865 is single, both born in Ohio.
George C. Foulk was the administrator of George Foulk's estate in 1902 Cedar County.
In 1910 Marion County, Oregon, Geroge "Faulk" is 49, farming, and brother Henry 62 Ohio and Anna 58 Iowa are with him.
In 1915 George was living in Turner, Oregon, per the obituary of his brother Daniel.

George Foulk -1924- is in the building trades listin of Turner, Oregon.


In 1930 Marion County, Oregon, George C. Foulk, 69, no occupation, is in a boarding house, single.
George Calvin Foulk, born July 1860 in Jones COunty Iowa, a millwright, son of George and Nancy Foulk, died Dec 1941 in Corvalis, Oregon, buried in Turner - Informant was Mrs. Neva Cassidy of Corvallis. (One tree said Neva L. Foulk married Thomas Frank Casiday 1871-1951- Neva Foulk was the daughter of George's brother Henry, and they were in Fort Collins Colorado in 1900.)
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The Argus Observer Ontario, Oregon Thursday, February 16, 1922
VETERAN OF EARLY INDIAN WARS IN MIDDLE WEST DIES

At the home of his daughter, Mrs. Neva Casidy of this city on February 2, Henry S. Foulk died. Funeral services were held from the Congregational church Friday February 3, Rev. D. J. Gillanders preaching the sermon, and interment was made in the Ontario cemetery.
Mr. Foulk was 73 years, seven months and 14 days old when he died and he is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna Foulk, his daughter, Mrs. Casiday and one son, Chester Foulk of Portland, and seven grand children and three great grand children. The deceased was a native of Ohio having been born in Warren county, June 19, 1848. At five years of age he went with his parents to Iowa where he grew to manhood, and where, when he was 21 he enlisted in the U.S. Army for service in the Indian wars of that day. He was wounded in action and following his recovery received an honorable discharge from the service. On June 10th, 1870 he married Miss Anna Bumgarner, who with two of the three children born to this union survives him. For a number of years the deceased has made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Casiday here in Ontario.


The Ontario Argus Ontario, Oregon Thursday, May 16, 1929
Mrs. Anna Foulk who was buried here on Monday of last week, was past 78 years old at the time of her death, having been ill only a short time, according to the Gazette Times of Corvallis, where she died in the home of her only daughter, Mrs. T. F. Casiday, in the Herkart apartments. She came to Oregon in 1905, having resided in this section for years, moving to Corvallis only a few years ago.
Mrs. Foulk was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Baumgarner, and was born in Jones county, Iowa, on September 10, 1850. In 1866 she was married to Henry S. Foulk who died here in Ontario in 1921.
She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Casiday, by her son, Chester A. Foulk of Portland, and by one sister, two brothers and by a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Another daughter, Mrs. Linna Struthers, died in Brogan about 10 years ago. ------------------------------------------------- Mrs. Linna Alice Struthers was born May 12, 1871 at Jones County, Iowa; and died September 28, 1918 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. T. F. Casiday, Ontario, Oregon - Age 47 years, 4 months, 11 days.
November 16, 1892 she was united in marriage to F. E. Struthers at Audubon County, Iowa. During the year 1897 the family moved to Fort Collins, Colorado; and in 1904 they came to Malheur County, and have made their home at Jamieson and Brogan ever since.
The deceased united with the Christian church during her residence in Colorado. She has always been active ly engaged in Sunday School and church work, and although often in poor health was ever ready to help along any good work to the limit of her ability. In her home she was a true wife and mother, ministering cheerfully to the comforts of those about her. Those who mourn her going are the husband, Frank E. Struthers, the five children, Mrs. Gladys M. Hord, Ina E. Lloyd 0., Norma G., and Lillian D. Struthers; one sister, Mrs. Neva Casiday and one brother, Chester Foulk with tho U. S. Army in Cali fornia, and the father and mother Mrs. and Mrs. H. S. Foulk who reside near Portland, Oregon. Tho funeral services were held at Jamieson, Oregon, Thursday after noon, oepiemoer zu. iicv W. J. Luscombe being in charge, and the interment was in tho Jamieson cemetery.

POSSIBLE Clara Ellen Hollister b. 15 Dec 1847 married 6 Aug 1865 to George W Foulk. Clara died 4 Aug 1899.
In 1880 Omaha, "Gorge" is a carpenter, 46, C.E. 36, with Frank 12, Fred 10, Ths. 8, and Scott 5. All were born in Ohio

In 1885 Howard County, Nebraska, George is 51, Clara 45, with Frank 17, Tommy 11, Scott 9, and May 3.
Clara Myrtle Foulk 1882-1978 is buried in Omaha # 37575873. Her stone has the same style as Thomas Allen Foulk 1873-1940 # 37575875.
In 1910 Omaha, Scott Foulk, 33, born in Ohio, is married to Gertrude, 3k0, born inIowa.
Scott W. Foulk # 37575874 is buried in Omaha.

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