Augustus G. and Lenora E. (Buchanan) Sherwin, son Len U. Sherman
Leonard U. Sherwin, 7N 51W and 10N 52W
In 1850 Clermont County, Ohio, Elbridge G. Sherwin is 36, Mary A. 33, William 14, Uriah V. 12, and Elbridge 2.
It's possible that Elbridge and son Uriah went to Plumas County, California...
In 1860 Clermont County, Ohio, Mary H. Sherwin is 44, Wm. 24, Augustus 12, and Jane 8.
One tree said Mary (DeBruler) Sherwin died January 11, 1867 in Clermont County.
William might be the one buried in Cook County, Illinois, 1836-1922 # 146365248. He was the son of E.G. Sherwin and Marie Simone.
Elbridge G. Sherman was a private in E, 47th Ohio Infantry.
In 1870 Clermont County, Augustus is 22, living with the John A. 56 and Jane Simmons family and their four kids.
In 1870 Clermont County, Louisa Buchanan is 49, Laura 24, Lenora 22, Eugg 20, Korreth 18, Dixon 14, Ida 12, and Eugene 9.
In 1880 Pendleton County, Kentucky, "Agustis" is a carpenter, with Nora E., both 31, Claude A. 6 and Lenard W. 4.
In 1885 Weld County, Colorado, A.G. and Nora hve Claud, Sena, and Leide.
November 3, 1899 Sterling "A. G. Sherwin went to Denver on the fast mail this morning to look up some business for his firm,
the Sterling Supply company."
November 1905 " The Logan County National Bank of Sterling has been authorized to begin
business with $50,000 capital, T. J. Cheairs, president; A. G. Sherwin, vice president,
E. M. Gillett, cashier."
November 30, 1911 "A.G. Sherwin, president of the Farmers National Bank of Sterling, is dead."
August 1898 "Mrs. A. G. Sherwin and daughters,
Lydia and Helen, went to the Cedar this morning for a
visit with Grandma Buchanan."
November 18, 1898 "Miss Helen Sherwin is sick with measles."
In 1900 Sterling, Augustus is 51, Nora E. 52, Lida G 18 and Helen L. 12.
August 1900 "Mrs. A. G. Sherwin and daughter Helen went to Crook last night for a visit with
Mrs. D. Buchanan."
This might be Dixson Buchanan 1856-1934 buried in Greeley # 65216744. He was in Clermont County, Ohio in 1856, age 4, with W.D. 44 and Louisa E. 43. R.A. is 22, W. L. 20, G.M. 18, L. Victory 14, E.L. 12 and E.L. 10, Kossuth 8, Discson 4, Louisa 2, and S.M six? moths?
Dixon was in Crook, Logan County, Colorado in 1900, 44, with Jennie 43, Lou 14, Clementine 9, Ruth 6.
February 16, 1900 "A special meeting of the Sterling town board was held Saturday evening with all members present except Alderman Sherwin."
Augustus 1848-1911 is buried in Sterling # 44424508, with Leanora 1847-1922 # 44424520 saying she died in Albuquerque, N.M..
Leanora's siblings: Robert Alexander; Leonard William; George Montville; John Randolph; Laura Victoria; Leonora Elizabeth; Thomas Hamer, Mary Grace; Kossuth; Samuel Milton; Dixon; Ida Louise; Arthur Eugene; Julian.
Lida S. (Sherwin) Watts, born in Kentucky, is buried in Sterling 1881-1936, with Robert Morris Watts 1879-1935.
Leonard U. Sherwin proved up a quarter in sections 28, 29, and 32, 11N 52W in 1904.
claimed tracts in section 9, 10N 52W in 1912, and section 33, 11N 52W in 1913.
Len, assignee, involving the right of Andrew G. Engstrom claimed 40 acres in section 9, 7N 51W in 1918.
Len claimed another 40 acres in section 10 in 1919.
October 7, 1898
July 6, 1900 the Fourth of July celebration included many events "To many the principal event of the day
was the roping contest. Wild steers were turned out of
the U. P. stock yards. Whoever should rope and hogtie a
steer in the shortest time won first prize.
Deputy Sheriff Fitch, a veteran cowman, turned the
trick in 40 seconds, Len Sherwin was second, 1:20,
Mont Fitch third in 2:05. Jim Arnold was unlucky.
Twice horse, rider and steer turned somersaults,
but luckily he was uninjured."
Leonard Uriah Sherwin 1875-1929 is buried in Sterling, with Hilma Nicolena (Anderson( Sherwin 1883-1965.
Leonard K. Parr and Helen L. Sherwin married in Sterling on August 331, 1908.
Leonard was appointed postmaster of Padroni on November 10, 1909.
In 1910 Iliff, Logan County, Hellen is 22, married to Leonard K. Parr 33.
Helen and Leonard, a lumber dealer, are in El Paso, Texas in 1920.
In 1930 and 1940 they're back in Logan County, farming.
They are buried in Sterling, Helen S. 1887-1970 # 57251503, and Leonard 1876-1947.
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