Kit Carson County, Colorado

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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

Charles J. and Isel (Stanley) Freeman , 6 South 45 West

In 1880 Dawson County, Nebraska, Charlie J. Freeman is 7, with mother Louisa , 48. William H. is 18, Francis D. 16, Rachael 14, Ellie 12, and Ida 9.
Charles is the only one with Louisa in 1900 and 1910 Dawson County, both farming.
Louisa said she was born in Canada, but her parents in the U.S.
Louisa Freeman 1832-1918 "wife of Daniel F. Freeman" is buried in Gosper County, Nebraska, # 59744843.
In 1910 Benzie County, Michigan, Isel Stanley is 11, with Charles H. 51 and May Z. Stanley, 43.

In 1930 Dawson County, Nebraska, Charles Freeman is a farm laborer, 57, born in Nebraska, parents in Canada, with Izel 31 Michigan, a restaurant dishwasher. Shirley M. is 8, Michigtan, Millie 4 Nebraska. May Stanley 63 is with them.
Charles stock-claimed 302 acres in 14, 24, and 31, 6S 45W and in 14, 6S 46W and in 34 and 35, 5.5 S. 4W, Washington County, in 1941.
In 1940 Kit Carson County, Charles J. is 67, born in Nebraska, with Izel E. 40 born in North Dakota.

They have Shirley M. Freeman 18, Michigan, and Melva L. 14 Nebraska. May Z. Stanley, Izel's widowed mother 73 born inMIchigan is with them.

In 1952 Pueblo, Colorado, Charles J. (Isel E.) is a grocer, and they're at 1105 Aqua avenue.

In 1954 they're living at 3001 Lake Avenue, still a grocer.
In 1956 they're living at 2110 E. 8th, Pueblo, with no occupation.
They're still there in 1962.
June 18, 1970
June 19, 1970

SSDI has him dying December 1971, last residence Pueblo. The Pueblo newspaper of June 18, 1970 has an obituary for Charles Jonathan Freeman.
Per # 130645408, Charles Jonathan Freeman is buried in Roselawn, Pueblo, and so is Isel E. # 130645518.
Isel Eleanor Freeman's obituary is in the October 3, 1980 issue, death September 30.

May Z. (Daggett) Stanley 1866-1945 is buried in Burlington # 89678569.

Shirley Freeman born May 21, 1921, died January 1987, last residence Grundy County, Missouri. She might be the one buried in Puelbo # 13045730.

MELVA must have married Philip Cline
Philip, per #70814909, was born in Cheyenne County Colorado.
"Philip was the first of five children (Philip, Lyle, Dewain, twins Margaret and Marjorie) born to Gerald Sherman Cline and Alta Tyrone Adams Cline. He graduated from Westmar College in LeMars, Iowa and the Evangelical Theological Seminary at Naperville, Illinois. He married Melva LaNelle Freeman on June 21, 1946. They had five children: Ronald, Barbara, Dale, Alan & Doyle. He graduated from Evangelical Theological Seminary. He was a minister for the Evangelical United Brethern Church in Colorado and the United Methodist Church in Iowa. "

P.W. Cline was the Ordway, Colorado minister 1960-1968
"Dale Royce Cline, 55, of Grinnell died August 6, 2008, at Montezuma Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. A memorial service has been scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Friday, August 22, 2008, at the Grinnell United Methodist Church with the Rev. Len Eberhart and Deacon Diane Eberhart officiating. Music will be performed by Doyle Cline, handbells, Ron Cline, piano, Melva Litty, violin, Barbara Hunzeker, flute, Alan Cline, trumpet, and Kathleen Heffner, organist. Vocalists will be Lora and Alan Cline.
Memorial contributions may be directed to the Grinnell United Methodist Church Music Fund or National Association for Colitis and Crohn's Disease. The son of Philip and Melva Freeman Cline, Dale was born December 12, 1952, in Burlington, Colorado. He lived in Ordway, Colorado for several years and then moved to Janesville, Iowa where he was a 1971 graduate of Janesville High School. He attended Westmar College in Le Mars graduating in 1975.
On June 18, 1977, he was united in marriage with Vicki Camerer, in Storm Lake. The couple lived in Minnesota, Denison, Iowa, and Omaha, prior to moving to Grinnell in 1987. Dale was employed as a computer operator at Grinnell Mutual Re-Insurance Company for 9 years and then worked at Adventureland in Des Moines before retiring due to health reasons. Dale enjoyed music and playing the saxophone. He also enjoyed bowling, cooking, and life. He made the most of everything. He was an avid Grinnell College basketball fan. Dale was a member of the Grinnell United Methodist Church and participated in the church choir. Survivors include his wife, Vicki of Grinnell; two children, Royce Cline of Ft. Collins, Colorado and Kayla Bagur of Grinnell; his mother, Melva Litty of Aurora, Nebraska; three brothers, Ronald (Sandra) of Tijeras, New Mexico, Alan (Lora) Cline of Grinnell, and Doyle (Becky) Cline of Thornton, Colorado; one sister, Barbara (Keith) Hunzeker of Ordway, Colorado; one grandson, Bryce Lee Bagur of Grinnell; and several step-sisters, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Philip; and two step-fathers, Everett McAllister and Bernard Litty "

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