Kit Carson County, Colorado

James L. Pennington  , 7S 43W

Robert Pennington and Marticia Kerns married March 7, 1849 in DeKalb County Missouri.
Marticia "Wife of Robert Pennington" died January 7, 1899 aged 67 years, and is buried in Clinton County, Missouri, # 21415471, and # 7930963 says Robert is buried there, dying 1898.
In 1880 DeKalb County, Missouri, James Pennington is 15, farming with Robert Pennington 56, Martisha 38, William 23, Emaline 21, Liza A. 18, and George E. 5.

In 1900 Harlan County, Nebraska, James is a physician, born March 1868 in Missouri, with Minnie Nov 1871 Iowa, Nellie July 1894, Bertha January 1897, and Maude June 1899, all three born in Nebraska.

James cash-claimed a quarter in 32, 7S 43W in 1911, and proved up another in sections 30 and 31 in 1913.

March 3, 1910 " FOR SALE OR TRADE
I have a mammoth jack at my homestead, 10 years old, 15 1-2 hands high, with mealy points. Will sell or trade for land or stock.
I have friends from the east who are inquiring for land and relinquishments. They are coming out soon and will be I glad to have your land listed. Will sell your land for straight commission.
J . L . Pennington

November 10, 1910 "Dr. J. L. Pennington M. D. wishes to announce that he will, in the future devote more of his time to Osteopathy. The Doctor is a graduate of the school of Osteopathy at Kirksville, Missouri, and has taken work in Chiropractic and Muropractic under Dr. Hillendorfer, of Fountain, Colorado.
This kind of treatment cures diseases by spinal adjustment, and the Doctor, will be pleased to explain his treatment, either by mail or in person. He has a number of patients in this vicinity who will take pleasure in recommending this work.
Dr. Pennington has made arrangements for room and board for out-of-town patients who desire to take treatment.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.. Correspondence invited and cheerfully answered."

In 1910 Kit Carson County, Beaver Valley precinct, James L. is a doctor, 42 born in MIssouri married 16 yearrs to Minnie M. 38 Michigan. Nellie M. 15, Bertha M. 13, Maud M. 10, Edith F. 8 and Lois 6 were born in Nebraska, Helen 3 and Dorothea 1 in Colorado.

In 1910 Henry Johnson was the secretary-treasurer of School District # 30, J. L. Pennington the president.
September 1911 "The Burlington union has lost a good working member in the moving away of Mrs. Pennington. The family recently moved to Canon City, Colorado."

In 1920 they're in Thedford, Nebraska, with Bertha M. 23, Edith F. 17 Lois M. 15, Helen M. 13, and Dorothy J. 11.

James 1868-1937 # 89355791 and Minnie M. Pennington 1872-1947 are buried in Harlan County, Nebraska.

Helen Pennington and Arnim J. Coffman, both of Thedford, Nebraska, married in Hot Springs South Dakota Sept 25, 1926.

In 1940 Lincoln County, Nebraska, Helen is 33, married to Arthur Coffman 38, wtih James 11, Dorothy 8 and Mary 4.
Arnim, 1902-1976 # 57725443 and Helen 1906-1992 # 57725450 are buried in Lincoln County, Nebraska.
In 1940 San Bernardino County, California, Clyde Cerny is a mechanic,34, Lois 36.

Glenn A. Archer of Sioux Falls, S.D. married Nellie Pennington, age 20, in Sioux Falls March 2, 1915.

In 1930 Glendale, California, Lois Pennington is 26, living with sister Nellie 35 and her husband Glenn Archer 41 botn in Iowa. Nellie has Nida born in South Dakota 14, Betty 8 in California.

Nellie M. Archer, born Dec 28, 1894 in Nebraska, died Feb 11, 1970 in Los Angeles County.

Lois Mae Cerny, born Feb 29, 1904 to father Pennington and mother Morgan, died in San Diego County April 14, 1980.
She's buried in Monrovia, Los Angeles County # 85190772 (name Cerney).
Clyde A. Cerny 1906-1956 is buried in Monrovia # 85190785.

In 1956 arriving at San Francisco from New York, Clair Northrup 66 born in Colorado, and Edith 54 Nebraska, address of 4409 Indiana Avenue, La Canada, California.

Edith Faye Northrup was born Feb 10, 1902 in Republican City, Nebraska to James L. Pennington and Minnie M. Morgan, dying April 6, 1989.

Maude Martha Drew, born June 25, 1899 at Republican City, Nebraska, died March 29, 1993 in Fullerto, California, buried in Jefferson County, Colorado, # 125802601, wtih Alvin L. Drew 1885-1967.

In 1940 Minnie is widowed, 68, living with Bertha and Alvin Ratliff in Kimball County, Nebraska - all in Thomas County in 1935.

Bertha Maria Ratliff 1896-1976 is buried in Scottsbluff, Nebraska # 118833843.
Alvin Thomas Ratliff 1895-1969 is also buried there # 118833813.

In 1940 Dawes County, Nebraska, Dorothy Schumacher said she was born in Colorado.

Dorotha J. Shcumacher 1908-1990 # 162181771 is buried in King County, Washington , with Raymond H. Schumacher 1903-1975.

His sister Emeline born at St. Joseph, Missouri March 5, 1859, married Charles Gauntt, died June 24, 1941 and is buried in South Park Cemetery, Greensburg, Indiana
His sister Eliza A. Switzer married Philip Switzer, and they're in DeKalb County in 1900, wtih William 17, John 15, Roy 11, and James 8.
Eliza 1860-1937 is buried in Custer County, Nebraska, per # 42200631, and so is Philip 1853-1939, per # 52200686.

His oldest brother John Thomas Pennington 1853-1928 is buried in Clinton County # 21415470.

His brother William was also a physician 1857-1933 buried in St. Joseph, Missouri # 100812830.

His brother George was also a physician # 41324241 says "Funeral services were held on Jan. 9, 1960 for Dr. Geo. E. Pennington with the Rev. Ralph Wiley officiating.
Dr. Pennington, son of Robert and Martica Pennington) was born Mar. 28, 1875 in Stuartsville, Mo., and died Jan. 6, 1960 at the age of 84 yrs., 9 months, and 6 days in the Broken Bow, Nebr. Community Hosp.
He was preceded in death by his father and mother, four brothers and five sisters.
Dr. Pennington graduated from the Emsworth medical college in St. Joseph, Mo., Mar. 16, 1902. Mar. 19, 1902 he was united in marriage to Julia E. Egbert of Boliver, Mo. They immediately left for Nebraska locating in Anselmo. In 1907, they moved to Broken Bow where the doctor was in active practice until the time of his death. "

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