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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

Isaac H. and Florence A. (Nash) Helmick , 6 South 44 West

Issac Harrison Helmick was born June 25, 1881 in Taylor County, Iowa to William Helmick of Ohio and Lucinda Rose of Iowa.
William Helmick 1833-1913 is buried in Umatilla County, Oregon # 6154748.
Established in 1887, Idalia was named for Mrs. Edaliah Helmick, wife of John Helmick, member of one of the original settler families.

1900 Idalia precinct
John L. Weaver, Oct 1840 59, m/16, Tenn Tenn Tenn
Lucinda Weaver, Aug 1862, 37, m/16, 8/7, Ia
Ike Weaver [Helmick] Jun 1881, 18, Ia
Fred Weaver, Aug 1885, 14, Ia Tenn Ia
Bertie Weaver, Oct 1886, 13, dau, Ia Tenn Ia
Myrtle Weaver, Dec 1888, 11, dau, Ia Tenn Ia
Effie Weaver, May 1893, 7, dau, Mo Tenn Ia
Ida Weaver, Feb 1894, 6, dau, Mo Tenn Ia
James Weaver, Mar 1898, 2, son, Mo Tenn Ia


Lucinda Weaver, widow of John L. Weaver, proved up two quarters in 26, 6S 44W, Kit Carson County, in 1914.

In 1910 Kit Carson County, John L. Weaver is 69 born in Tennessee, married 24 years t(second marriage for both) Lucindy 49 Iowa. Bert is 22, Iowa, Effie 17, Ida Belle 15, James F. 10 - these four born in Missouri, Julia R.9, Colorado and Elvie L 5 Missouri.
John Loy Weaver 1840-1911 is buried in Burlington # 57948947, Lucinda Ella (Rose) Weaver 1862-1943 in Carroll County, Missouri # 57949277.

In 1920 Wray, Colorado, Lucinda Weaver is widowed, 58, with daughter Elva L. Walker 19, and her husband Charles E. Walker 39, both born in Kanss, and their four month old daughter Hallie.
Lucinda is in Kansas City, Missouri in 1930, 67 with son Fred H. Weaver 45 and his wife Ella 50. His grandmother Becky Aide, 94, Missouri is also with them
Rebecca (Goodin) (Rose) Aid 1839-1935 is buried in Wray, Colorado, # 16981272. "Married (1) 17 May 1859 - John Rose - Page Co,IA m(2) John Aid - 22 Mar 1880 - Taylor Co,IA "

Fred H. Weaver and Ella Sons, both of Jackson County, Missouri, married April 20, 1908 in Jackson County.
Effie Weaber married John L. Mason in 1923 in Jackson County, Missouri, and they're in Kansas City in 1930 and 1940.
John died Sept 7, 1940 in Kansas City.
Ethel A. Mason married Herman C. Meyer in Jackson County July 15, 1943.
She died May 5, 1964.

Florence E. Nash married Isaac L. "Healmick" July 4, 1903, recorded in Kit Carson County.
In 1910 Kit Carson County, Isaac Helmick is 28, Florence 23, both born in Iowa, with William 5, Missouri and Phoebe 4 Colorado.
Isaac "Healmick" proved up 160 acres in 35, 6S 44W in 1911.
1912 Wray - "Isaac Helmick and Roy Nash, living near Hale, came to the county seat Friday, with a six horse team, and took out a load of coal and feed Saturday."

1915
May 3, 1917 Wray - Jesse A. Robbins of Red Willow, Nebraska, and Alta M. Helmick of Falls City, Nebraska were married by Judge Barker in Wrray.

Isaac registered for WWI in Burlington, a mechanic for Davis Brothers of Burlington.
He's a mechanic in 1920 Burlington, with Alta, 33, Phoebe 13, Ellen 6, and Arch 3.
In 1930 they're in Colorado Springs, where Isaac is a mechanic. Elda is 43, Ellen 16, Archie 12, Virgine 9, Isaac Jr. 6. a lodger, and Mary Nash, mother-in-law, widowed, born in Missouri.

In 1940 Fremont County, Isaac is a farm laborer, and they have only Isaac, Jr.
Isaac Harrison "Ike" Helmick 1881-1956 # 57006776 and Florence Elda (Nash) Helmick 1887-1970 are buried in Canon City, Colorado.

W.G. Helmick married Emily M. Cress February 23, 1924, recorded in Jefferson County.

Phoebe Agnes (Helmick) Hicks 1906-1999 is buried in Franklin County, Kansas #98165448 .
Phoebe A. Helmick married Preston Y. Mangus March 25, 1924, recorded in Kit Carson County.
"1st Marr: Preston (Pep)Young Mangus
2nd Phoebe Helmick married Lloyd W Kern in 1931 in Los Angeles, California,
3rd Marr: Raymond Hicks"

Ellen Mae Helmick Wooten 1813-2002 # 72477749 is buried in Fort Rosecrans, San Diego, with Dee E. Wooten 1913-1970.

Archie Franklin Helmick married Murial Louise Service October 29, 1937, recorded in Denver.
Archie Franklin Helmick 1918-1991 is buried in Sandoval County, New Mexico, with Muriel 1919-1987.

Ellen Helmick married Sidney O. Harker April 8, 1933, recorded in El Paso County.


Buddy "Bud" DeWayne Helmick, 51, of Napa, died suddenly Thursday, May 25, 2006, at home. He was born July 12, 1954, in Canon City, Colo., the son of Isaac and Georgia Allingham Helmick.
As a toddler, Bud moved with his family to Southern California. He grew up in San Diego and attended trade school as a young man. He began a career in the steel industry by first working for the National Steel and Shipbuilding Co. in San Diego. There he met Jeff Rogers who later introduced Bud to his sister, Cindi Marie Rogers, who also worked for NASSCO. Bud and Cindi were married on Sept. 9, 1978, in San Diego. The couple made their home in Napa in February of the next year, when Bud accepted a position with Kaiser Steel. Bud worked at a number of plants throughout the Bay Area, serving last as a crew foreman at the Benicia Fabrication and Machine Shop.
Bud will be remembered as a family man and one who enjoyed the outdoors - camping, fishing and crabbing. He had a great sense of humor and enjoyed making people laugh telling the corniest of jokes. Bud prized his automobiles and was respected for the immaculate way he kept the vehicles inside and out. He cherished his 1969 Green Mach I and was a Ford Man all the way! He also enjoyed 49ers Football, NASCAR and NHRA racing.
Bud was preceded in death by his parents, Isaac H. Helmick Jr. and Georgia Allingham Helmick, and by his son Eric. He is survived by his wife Cindi Helmick; two daughters, Sara Helmick and Jessica Helmick and her fianc Kyle Tahsler; sister Sherlyn Harbin and her husband Dennis, and their sons Tim Whitaker and his wife LaVonne and their family, and Dennis Whitaker. Bud is also survived by his brother-in-law Jeff Rogers, his wife Linda and their sons, Jay Rogers and his wife Tammy, and Marty Rogers and his wife Cindi and their families; and by brother-in-law Jimmy Rogers and his wife Virginia and their family.

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