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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

George Stuart, 6 South 47 West



In 1910 Kit Carson County, George Stuart is single, 60 born in Ohio, farming.
He's next to John Ringer, 61, also single from Ohio. (John was a day laborer in Denver in 1900, born March 1849 in Ohio, married 25 years to Lavina August 1854 Ohio, with Lyeslie V. Oct 1881 Indiana and a married daughter Olive B. Spangler and her husband.
So the 1910 census might be erroneous for marital status...

AND there's a George Stuart in 1910 Lawrence, Kansas, 63, born in Ohio, a FARMER OF COLORAOD LAND. He's married 22 years to Frances E. 52, with Stella 28, Geraldine E. 20, both teachrs, and Walter 24 an electrical engineer. All five were born in Ohio.



George proved up two quarters in 3 and 4, 6 South, 47W in 1915.


In 1915 George is in the Lawrence census 67, with Frances 68, S.K. 32 and Geraldine 30.

July 11, 1916 -- from Marriage File @ Vicksburg Library -- NO CONNECTIONS to the following -- NO further information -- Posted FYI.
Announcements have been received here of the marriage on July 6th at Lawrence, Kansas, of Miss Elizabeth Geraldine Stuart to Mr. George C. Notley of Nogales (Ariz.) Mr. & Mrs. Notley will spend a few weeks with his parents, Mrs. & Mrs. W. F. Notley and family. They will reside at Nogales. " "
One descendant wrote "My grandmother Notley, born in 1882, had graduated from the University of Kansas, in Lawrence, in 1907, with a Bachelor’s degree in History and in 1912, with a Master’s in English.
She was a school principal in Meriden, Kansas for three years.
Then, with letters attesting to her character, succumbed to her electrician brother’s pleas to come join him in Valdez, Alaska, where he had secured a teaching position for her.
Family records suggest that during my grandmother Notley’s childhood, her father was gone as much as nine years.
The story that came down is that he was trying to be a successful businessman.
Perhaps there was some money in my great-grandmother Frances Stuart’s family, because, eventually, she gave her husband some money to invest.
He bought a hotel in Manhattan, Kansas and moved the family there from Ohio.
Once they got there, my great-grandmother rebelled.
'I am not raising my children to be servants in a hotel.'
She took the children to Lawrence, Kansas and no more was heard of her husband."


In 1920 Manhattan, Kansas, Franceis E. Stewart is widowed, 72, and Stella K. 36 is with her.

In 1930 Lawrence, Kansas, Frances E. Steawart 84 is widowed, living with daughter Stella H. BUmgardner 49 and her family.

Frances E. Stuart 1846-1933 is buried in Lawrence # 33142856.



There was a George Stuart in 1860 Iroquiois County, Illinois, 11, born in Ohio, with David Stuart 50 and Jane 52, both born in Ireland, farming. David is 27, Catherine 22, both born in New York, William 16 James 13 and George 11 in born in Ohio.

If he's the one in 1850 and 1860 Iroquois County, Illinois, his brother is likely buried in Brown County, Kansas 1836-1909
"Brown County World. Hiawatha, Kansas. Friday, 16 July 1909. p10
Stewart- David A Stewart died at his home, 1008 Iowa street, Saturday morning at 3 o'clock. He had been sick several weeks and his death was caused by a wound received in the Civil war, July 6, 1864. Mr. Stewart was born April 6, 1836, in New York and served three years in Company B, 76th Illinois Volunteers. He was wounded at Jackson, Mississippi, July 6, 1864. (?)1 years ago he married Margaret Lyman at Watseka, Illinois. Five children were born, three of whom survive their father: Mrs. Wm. C. Wamsley of Kansas City, Missouri, and George and Charles Stewart of Atchison. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart moved to Hiawatha 25 years ago and for a number of years Mr. Stewart worked with Gregory Amann on bridge work. The funeral services were held at the home Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock conducted by Rev. H.O. Judd. "


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