Charles D. and Emma (Gullion) Hayworth, Samuel and Alice J. Gullion, Loren and Allie (Sherwood) Gullion

In 1880 Cass County, Nebraska, Robert Gullion is 48, Sarah A. 46, Ema B. 17, Samuel 14, and Albert 8.

In 1885 Cass County, Nebraska, Emma is 17, born in Nebraska,  with Robert Gullion 49 and S.A. 47, both born in Indiana.   Robert -1832-1907 is buried in Greenwood, Cass County.  Sarah H. 1834-1923 is buried in Dawson County- where her son Albert is buried  1873-1913

Robert M. Hayworth, was born June 13, 1888 in Yuma Colorado, when he registered in Ravalli County, Montana.

Charles cash-claimed  a quarter in 34, 6N 48W in 1891.

 In 1900 Cass County, Nebraska, C. ? is farming, born Mar 1857 in Indiana, married 18 years to Emma Dec 1862 Nebraska, with Albert Nov 1882, Maude May 1886, Robert June 1888, and Ruth Oct 1896 - they said all the kids were born in Nebraska.

 Charles D. Hayworth, married to Emma Bell Guillion.  They were in Merrick County, Nebraska in 1910, Charles 53 Indiana, Emma 47 Nebraska, Robert M. 21 born in Colorado, and Ruth 14, Nebraska.

Robert Morris Hayworth married Mamie Bell Wyant, 19, in Ravalli County,  Montana Feb 14, 1917.  His parents were Charles Dayton Hayworth and Emma Bell Gullen.

Mamie Wyant is divorced in 1920 Ravilli County, Montana, a waitress, boarding with James Lewiston.

Charles and Emma are in Missoula County, Montana in 1920, with no kids.

Ruth is married to Harvey A. Chilcote, and they're living in Seattle in 1920 - Robert M. is living with them - and this census says he was born in Colorado.  Robert's WWI registration said he was married -


In 1926 Seattle Chas. D. and Emma B. are living at 7612 6th Avene NE.

 Charles is with daughter Ruth in 1930 Washington State, and in a rooming hotel in 1940 Seattle

Emma died May 17, 1926 in Seattle, born about 1863.  Father Robert Gullion, mother Sarah M. Royle.


Samuel Gullion cash-claimed a quarter in 3, 5N 48W (that's Yuma County, one mile south of Charles)  in 1891.

Samuel 45 and Alice J. 39 Gullion are in Cass County in 1910, with Grace 13, Amy 7, and Samuel E. 2.

In 1920 they're farming in Hidalgo County, Texas, - Samuel is 54, Alice J. 49, Ansie R. 17, and Samuel E. 12.

 One tree said Alice Jane (Farmer) Gullion died Oct 7, 1920 in Pharr Texas (Hidalgo County)

Samuel is widowed in 1930, with son Samuel E. and his wife Mary E. both 22, with two young kids, in Dawson County, Nebraska.

One tree said he died April 27, 1935 in San Antonio (maybe his daughter Amy Pierson was there?)


One tree said a cousin Minnie Bell Gullion, daughter of William Errington Gullion, was born Nov 26, 1896 in Nebraska, married Julius Victor Melvin, and died in 1995 in Brush, Colorado, and that he died 1971 in Brush.

1937 Greeley, Colorado "Mrs. Julius Melvin of Brush visited Sunday and Monday with her brother J.R. Gulion and family."


This might be another cousin

A descendant of the Monteith's said "In 1906 my grandparents came to Haxtun to operate an ice cream parlor."

That would be John T. Monteith, running a confectionary in 1910 Haxtun, 55, with Nancy A. 53.  Grandson Lloyd, 1 is also with them.

Loren Gullion was the son of William Gullion and Elizabeth A. Davis (who first married a Nicholson, and had esterhr, who became the wife of I.J. Gullion)

In 1920 Marion County, Iowa, Loren 36 and Allie 36 have Rex 9 and Park 7.

Loren 1883-1963 and Allie (Sherwood) Gullion (1883-1970) are buried in Haxtun.  Allie's sister Blanche Monteith is also buried there.

In 1930 Haxtun, Loren is running a soft drink parlor, with Addie 48, Rex 20 and Park 18.

Parke is a pharmacist in 1945 Denver, married to Chloe M.

In 1940 Rex is a pharmacist in Fort Morgan , married - they were in Anaheim, California in 1935.  They're in Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1849, and Rex and Dorothy, both dying 1975 are buried in Wheat Ridge.