Myron L. and Alice May (Mosser) Propst, 6 North 52 West

Missouri Ann (Powell) Propst 1848-1892 is buried in Northport, Alabama # 129293383.

Sidney R. Propst married Della May Hague on Feb 1, 1893 in Logan County.

In 1900 Logan County, Sidney R. Propst is ranching, born Feb 1846 in Alabama, married seven years to Della M. born November 1866 in Ohio. Frank P. April 1881, Myron L. March 1887 were born in Colorado.

Alice Mosser is in Buffalo County, Nebraska in 1900, born October 1885, with parents Simon Mosser56 and Belle 51, both born in Maryland. Jonas is 18, Mabel 17, Alice 14, Sadie 12, and Bertha 11.

Myron claimed a quarter in section 6, 6N 52W in 1911.

He's a cowpuncher for his father in 1920 Logan County, 32. Sidney is 73, Della 53.

Alice Mosser owned two quarters in section 5, 9 North 55 West, Logan County, in 1917. Next to her Sadie Mosser had another 320 acres, and Bertha 160.

Myron married Alice Mosser on October 14, 1924 in Logan County.

In 1930 Logan County, Myron is farming, 43, with Alice 44 born in Nebraska. Lee is 3, Sidney D. 1.

Lee Mosser Propst 1927-1935 is buried in Sterling # 57171521.

In 1940 Sterling, Myron is 53, Alice 54, and Sidney David 11.

Myron 1887-1963 is buried in Sterling # 57587046, with Alice Mae 1885-1978 # 54697243.

Sidney D. Propst, 84, of Titusville, Fla., formerly of Merino, passed away Friday, April 12, 2013 in Titusville, Fla. He was surrounded by his family.
Sidney was born Feb. 16, 1929, in Denver. His parents were Myron and Alice (Mosser) Propst. He grew up in Merino and attended Merino schools.
On July 18, 1951, he married Tamae Ato in Yokohama, Japan, while serving in the armed forces and then returned to the Merino area in November 1951.
He was an owner-operator driving truck, for a number of years and then was employed as a mechanic for Lockwood/Larson Ford in Sterling. In April 1979, they moved to Aurora and he worked for Goodro Ford as a mechanic. In 1984, he worked as a supervisor at Cherry Creek Nursing Campus for retirees. He retired in 1992 and lived in Middletown, Del., for seven years and then retired to Titusville, Fla.
He enjoyed hunting and fishing with his son, gardening with his wife and wood-working.
He was a member of the SDA Church in Titusville.
He is survived by his wife, Tamae of Titusville; son, Kenny and wife Carla of Houston, Del.; daughter, Mina and husband John Stockdale of Greenback, Tenn.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Myron and Alice Propst.

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