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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

Norman E. and Emma Maude (Webber)McMullen, 7 South 50 West




In 1880 Gentry County, Missouri, Norman E. is 4, with D. G. McMullen 28 born in Missouri and Miranda 32 born in Indiana.

Otis/Oris McMullen 1898-1899 is buried in Norton County, #39643942, "Son of Norman McMullen and Maude Webber."

In 1900 he's in Norton County, Kansas, born August 1875, married two years to Maud, born June 1877 in Illinois.

Emma Maude Webber was born June 12, 1877 in Henderson, Illinois to Benjamin Webber and Belinda McQuaid.

Belinda (McQuade) 1847-1921 and Benjamin S. Webber 1837-1915 are buried in the same cemeter as Oris.

Norman E. McMullen cash-claimed a quarter in 20, 7S 50W, also in 1909.

In 1910 Norton County, "Ellsworth N." is farming, 34, "Emma M." 32, with Daisy F. 9, Elfie L. 7, and Mildred M. 3, all kids born in Kansas.

In 1920, N.E. is 44, living with parents D.J. 68 and Minnie 50. He's farming, married, but no spouse.

In 1930 Norton County, N.E. and Maud are farming, with Daisy 29, Elfie 26, and Mildred 23 aqll teaching. Norma E. is 15.

In 1940 they have Daisy, now the county Home Economics supervisor, Mildred, and Norma E. both teaching.

Norman 1875-1942 is buried in Norton # 49759983.
"Norman Ellsworth McMullen, 67, Norton, died. He was born 14 Aug 1875 at King City, MO to Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. McMullen. He married Maude Webber, who survives. Burial in Norton Cemetery."
The IOOF lodge has his death as December 28, 1942.

In 1940 Riley County, Kansas, Paul is farming, 35, with Elfie 27, Joy Elaine 5 and Fe Jon Ellsworth Larson 1.
Next household is John 69 and Amelia 69 Larson.
(Joye L. King is in Johnson County, Kansas in 1961, married to Rannells King, a Texas salesman. In 1982 they're in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.)

Elfie Larson 1903-1988 is buried in Riley County, Kansas, # 64536906, with Paul E. Larson 1904-1979.
This might be another Paul Larson : 1971 "The Rev. Han Lankhorst received the double-ring vows of Mrs. Lois Tinkler, Assaria, and Paul E. Larson, Lindsborg, May 15 at the Mentor United Methodist Church. Musicians were Mrs. Robert Bishop, Albuquerque, N. M., daughter of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Gordon Forsberg, Mentor. The bride wore a petal-pink knit suit, accented with iridescent pearl braid. Her jewelry was matching sterling silver necklace and earrings, a gift of the groom. She carried an arrangement of pink carnations and white daisies. Attending the bride were her daughters, Mrs. Ralph Nelson, Assaria, and Mrs. Gary Lindsay, Coldwater. Mrs. Nelson wpre a mint green knit princess frock and her sister wore a lilac knit designer shift. Both wore corsages matching the bride's bouquet. Ringbearers were the bride's granddaughter, Kimberly Nelson, Assaria, and Karen Larson, McPherson, niece of the groom. Kathy Larson, McPherson, also the groom's niece, registered the guests. Attending the groom were his brother, Kenneth Larson, McPherson, and their cousin, Willard Larson, Lindsborg. Mrs. Larson is a cosmetic representative, and her husband works for Custom Metals, Inc., Salina, and also farms. Following a Colorado wedding trip, the couple is at home on a farp near Lindsborg."

Norma E. (McMullen) Sinclair 1914-1986 is buried in Wichita # 70655204, with Lowell Sinclair 1915-1973.


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