Kit Carson County, Colorado
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Robert P. Storer, 7S 42W
 



Robert cash-claimed a quarter in 30, 7S 42W in 1891.
He might be the Robert P. Storrer in 1880 Athens County, Ohio, 21, with mother Mary A. 50. June is 19, and Mary 16.
R.P. Storer, age 29, married Sallie B. Robinson in Mills County, Ohio Dec 25, 1884.
In 1900 Pottawattomie County Iowa, Preston R. Storer born March 1860 in Ohio, Sallie Dec 1867 Illinois, have Edgar Oct 1886 Iowa, Loran Dec 1887 Iowa, Ople Oct 1889 COLORADO, Mary March 1892 Nebraska, Mae January 1896 Iowa, and Uriel Aug 1899 Iows
In 1920 Ogallala, Nebraska, Robert is 60, running an ice plant, Sally 53, Mae 23 a teacher, Veryl 16 a clerk in a jewelry store, Willis 13 is a janitor, and Mary 27 a school teacher .

One tree said Opal married Alva A. Loewenstein in Kearney, Nebraska January 11, 1911 - and had Weldon 1913, Viola 1915, Everett 1917, Oran 1920, and Robert 1926.


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In 1880 Coffey County, Kansas, George Storer is 32, born in Switzerland, farming, with Elizabeth 26, Eliza 5, Lydia 3, and Emma eight months. Jacob 22, is with them.

In 1900 Greenwood County, Kansas, George "Storrer" born March 1847, immigrating in 1864, married 30 years to Elizabeth Nov 1855 Ohio, Elias March 1874 Ohio, Lydia Nov 1877 Kansas, John Feb 1881 Kansas, Jennie Sept 1887 Kansas, Mary Dec 1889 Kanss, and George July 1892 Kansas.
In 1910 Greenwood County, George is 63, Elizabeth 57, Lydia 32, Jennie 23, and Mary A. 21, all three working in a general store. That must be John W. - age 29, marrried to Elizabeth 26.

In 1911 George Storer was a road overseer in Kit Carson County.
George A. Storer proved up 219 acres in 1, 6S 46W in 1913.
In 1920 Greenwood County, George is with daughter Emma, who's married to Jos Blank - and has eight kids.

George A. Storrer 1847-1925 is buried in Greenwood County. # 71513715 says he was born in Switzerland to Conrad Storrer 1814-1886 and Elizabeth 1826-1911, and had married Amelia who died in 1905 - but that doesn't match the census.


FindaGrave # 71513649 says Elizabeth 1853-1927 is buried in Greenwood County
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In 1895 Greenwood County Kansas, Fred Storrer 49 ,born in Switzerland, with Kate 46, Ohio. Jacob Storrer is 24, Effie 20, Josie 19, Daniel 17, Fred 15, and Hazel 11, all born in Oho.
Fred 1846-1915 is buried in Greenwood County # 89107225. "He was born March 5, 1846, in Berne,Switzerland. He came to America with his parents settling in Monroe Co., Ohio. He was the oldest of the family. 3 sisters and 3 brothers are left to mourn. Fred as he was know, enlisted with the 16th Ohio. In 1868 he was married to Catherine Nisparly. Mr. Storrer with his wife and children came to Kansas in 1866 and settled near Madison. Mrs. Storrer preceded her husband in death Dec. 20, 1912.
Eight children survive the parents, Mrs. Lizzie Scott, J. W. Storrer, Mrs. Ed Manis, all of this place, Mrs. E. B. Kelley, Hamilton, Mrs. J. C. Lillis, Conway Springs, KS, Dave Storrer, Topeka, Fred of Beaverton, Colo, Mrs. W. P. King, Los Angeles Calif. A nephew, Arnold Storrer, Arizona.:

Fred A. Storrer proved up two quarters in 28, 11S 45W in 1914.
Fred Alfred Storrer registered for WWI with a Stratton, Colorado address, born January 29, 1879, farming, with Hattie.
In 1920 Kit Carson County, Fred, 41 born in Ohio, with Hattie 33, has Chester 12, William 7, Cloyd 4, and Ella 3.
In 1930 Kit Carson County, Fred is farming 51, Hattie 42, with Chester 22, William 18, Cloyd W. 15, and Ella K. 14.
Fred and Harriet are still farming in Kit Carson County in 1940, with only Ella K. 23, a bookkeeper in an office.
They're in Denver in 1953, living at 689 S. High.
Harriet C. Storrer died August 15, 1966, last address of Denver.

Fred died October 1968 - his Social Security number was issued in Texas.

Chester and Bill Storrer are in Weld County, Colorado, in 1940, both laborers, living with two other men.
1944 Greeley "Mrs. Bill Storrer and daughter, of Bethune, arrived at the week end to visit with her aunt, Mrs. Cleo Wertz. Her mother, Mrs. Jessie Wertz of Johnstown joined the group after their arrival."



Cloyd W. Storrer (Ruby) is a switchman for the M-K-T RR in 1952 Fort Worth Texas, living at 2729 Stuart Drive.
One tree said Cloyd died Aug 1, 2007 in Snohomish County, Washington, after his wife died in July 22, 2007.
Ruby Storrer died in 1987 in Washington state.

SSDI has William J. Storrer April 3, 1912 - August 2, 1989.
William J. # 55475097 and Venora A. 1919-1986 are buried in Golden
Venora A. Wertz was in Wichita County, Kansas in 1930, age ten. Her mother Jessie Mable WSertz was in Weld County COlorado in 1940, a cook in a restaurant.
Henry Wertz 1880-1973 is buried in Sharon Springs, Kansas is likely her father, with his con Vernon a. 1905-1990.
Jessie Mable Wertz 1882-1970 is buried in Tribune, Kansas.

A friend wrote about a trip to Boulder "Ella Storrer Lebsack met us at our hotel."
One tree said Ella Katherine Storrer 1917-2012 died in Longmont, Colorado.
Lebsack, Ella, - May 1, 1916- January 25, 2012 - passed away on Tuesday, January 25, 2012. Graveside service Monday, 2:00 pm, at Olinger Crown Hill Cemetery and Mortuary, Wheat Ridge, Co.
Ella is buried in Crown Hill # 85803219.
When Ronald Allan Lebsack 1948-2006 died in Fort Collins, hise was survived by his parents Norman and Helen Lebsack of Arvada... grandmother Ella Lebsack of Lakewood.


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