Kit Carson County, Colorado

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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

James W. Hubbard, 7 South 49 West

May A. Brewer was born in 1867 in Jackson County, West Virginia.

In 1880 Jackson County, John Brewer is 45, farming, Roxana 45, Malinda J. 21, Caroline 18, Albert J. 17, John P. 14, Mary A. 12, Charles D. 7, David B. 4. Cousin James Stewart is 48, and John's mother mary Brewer 79 is with them.

John Peter Brewer, 24, married Rhoda E. LaFever, 18, on September 15, 1889 in Sullivan County.
In 1900 Sullivan County, Missouri, Roxana is widowed, born Oct 1833, Mollie January 1869, Charles January 1870, all born in Virginia, and grand children born in Missouri - William March 1887, John April 1892 Belvie January 1894 Roy G. Oct 1891, and Edgar E. May 1894.

Roda Ella (LaFever) Brewer 1872-1895 had died in Sullivan County, "Died, Wednesday night, July 10th of Hemicrania, Ella (Lafever) Brewer, The deceased was age 23yrs, and 10 months and leaves 3 small children and a husband to mourn her untimely end, she was found in the yard by her husband Tuesday evening and never regained conciousness. She had complained of a sever headache for sometime but no one had any thoughts of it ending in this awful manner."
Children were Ada Pearl (Brewer) Pearson 1890-1937, Roy Earnest Brewer 1892-1981, and Edgar Earl Brewer 1893-1963.

In 1910 Kit Carson County, James W. Hubbard is 40, Mary 42, Johnie 12, "Belvie" 10, Ethel 5, Carrie 3, and Virginia 1.

James claimed two quarters in 7, 7S 49W in 1913.

James W. Hubbard 1871-1923 is buried in Seibert # 37918609. So is Mary Ann 1867-1949 # 37918547.
Mary's mother Roxie Ana Brewer 1830-1911 is buried in Flagler, # 15793813.
Mary's brother John Peter Brewer 1865-1909 is buried in Flagler, # 15793790.

James' mother Nancy Ann Hubbard 1844-1883 is buried in Sullivan County, Missouri # 19995776,
His mother Andrew Jackson Hubbard born Oct 12, 1840 in Howard County, Missouri to Jas Hubbard of Kentucky and Elizabeth Cruson of Howard County, died Dec 18, 1919 in Linn County, Missouri, to be buried in Rose Hill. His second wife Bell was the informant - she was born in 1865 in Missouri as Belle Robinson marrying Andrew in 1884.

Andrew # 90867872 is buried in Rose Hill. # 147733649 has Belle Hubbard born 1861 with death unknown in Rose Hil.

Abraham C. Enyeart married Belle Hubbard on 14 December 1911 in Linn County, Missouri.
1919 "The case of Belle Enyeart against the Western Union Telegraph Co., was being tried in the circuit court Friday. The plaintiff is suing f or $50,000 damages, alleging that a slanderous message was accepted by defendant company and sent to local authorities, said message dealing with suspicion of her as caretaker of her aged husband."

James W. Hubbard 1871-1923 is buried in Seibert # 37918609. So is Mary Ann 1867-1949, with her mother Roxie Ana Brewer 1830-1911.


Glen H. Wood married Carrie R. Hubbard on September 2, 1924, recorded in Kit Carson County.

In 1930 Kit Carson County, Glen H. Wood is 31, Carrie R. 24, with Rubylee 5, William L. 3, Alta 1, and Robert L. 61, widowed. Glen's nephews Theoffan Keros 17 and George 13, both born in Colorado, father in Greece, are with them.


Mike Keros, 28, married Velva Hubbard on January 24, 1912 in Arapahoe County, and they're in Denver in 1920. Mike is 36, Belva 26, "Thonfan" 7 and Georgeie 3.
They divorced in Denver in 1927.
This must be the Emmanuel John "Mike" Keros naturalized in Colorado , born in Greece.

Belva Keros, daughter of J.W. Hubbard and Mary "Brauer", married Francis R. Aldrich is Salt Lake CIty on May 17, 1927.
They're in Tacoma Washington in 1930 and 1940, no children.

(George Keros 1917-1945 is buried in Honolulu Cpl, 21st Marines, # 3781034.
His interment form said he died on Iwo Jima March 1, 1945.)
Thee Keros 1912-2014 is buried in Santa Fe National # 142110193, with Dorothy (Berardinelli) Keros 1914-1997. They had Barbara Lee Keros in Santa Fe on September 23, 1933, who's buried in Oklahoma as Barbara Lee Patterson 1933-1979 # 157289038.

May 2014 "Katherine (Kay) Keros, 78 - A lifelong resident of Santa Fe, died at her home on Monday, May 1st. Katherine was preceded in death by her husband, Jack Hertz and her mother, Dorothy Berardinelli Keros. She is survived by her father, Thee Keros of Santa Fe, nephews: Jeff Livingston and wife Lisa of Albuquerque, Mark Livingston and wife Heather of Edmond, Okla, and Kenneth Patterson and wife Monica of Tulsa, Okla.; sister, Pat Assimakis of Santa Fe and numerous cousins and other relatives. A memorial mass will be celebrated at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel at the Basilica Cathedral of St. Francis at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, May 6th, 2014. "

"Thee Keros, 101, passed away peacefully on May 22, 2014. Thee was preceded in death by his wife Dorothy Berardinelli Keros, his two daughters Barbara Patterson and Katherine Hertz. He is survived by his "other daughter", Patricia Assimakis; grandsons: Jeff Livingston and wife Lisa of Albuquerque, Mark Livingston and wife Heather, of Edmond, OK, and Kenneth Patterson and wife Monica of Tulsa, OK; great grandchildren Rachel, Peter, Amy and Megan and nephews Ed, George and Pat Allison. Thee was educated in Santa Fe and spent over 35 years in a career with the First National Bank of Santa Fe from which he retired as Vice-President. He spent most of his retirement in his home in Pena Blanca, doing what he loved most-ranching and gardening. He was much loved by all he met and had a marvelous sense of humor. He loved to tease and sing. He was so loved by the community in Pena Blanca that a street was named for him. A memorial mass will be celebrated at The Blessed Sacrament Chapel at The Basilica Cathedral of St. Francis at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, May 30."

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