Aaron B. Russell
Aaron cash-claimed a quarter in 5, 7N 48W and 32, 8N 48W in 1891. And he was delinquent on taxes on the buildings in 1890.
In 1880 White County, Indiana, Aaron B. Russell is 21, Clara E. 17 with parents John 3 and Rachal 62.
On May 9 1888 Meade County, Kansas Aaron B. Russell married Jessie Bennett.
Aaron is still there in 1900, born Jan 1859 in Indiana, farming, married to Jessie Dec 1865 Indiana. SHe's had two kids, none living.
Aaron Brazelton Russell, born Jan 2, 1859, died 1952, buried with Jessie (Bennett) Russell in IOOF cemetery, Brookston Indiana 34169761
Samuel Bennett, born Sep 15, 1838, died Aug 11, 1923 in Meade County, Kansas.
He was the son of James and Ruth Whitehead Bennett and the
grandson of John and Nancy McCarty Bennett. James and Ruth Whitehead
Bennett married in Cape May, New Jersey and eventually moved to
Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, where Samuel was born.
ANOTHER POSSIBLE, less likely: In 1885 Van Buren County, Iowa, Allen and Nancy Russell have Lizzie 20, Saran 18, Aaron is 17, Simon G. 13, and Allen 11.
In 1895 Van Buren County Allen Russel 65 and Nancy 60 have Aaron 27 and Allen 21.
In 1900 Van Buren County, Iowa Aaron Russell born Jan 1868 in Iowa is a farmer with Allen 70 Pennsylvania and Nancy 64 Kentucky. Brothers Perry Sep 1854 Pennsylvania is a day laborer and Allen Jr. Dec 1874 a farmer
Next household is Simon 25 with a wife and two kids.
In 1910 Butte, Montana, Aaron is a laborer, rooming with a dozen other laborers.
|Allen Russell was born June 2nd, 1829, in Venango county, Penn.,
moved to Iowa in 1861, and died at Pittsburg, Iowa, Jan. 31st, 1917,
aged 87 years, 7 months and 24 days. He was married July 4th, 1853, to
Louisa Perry, who died April 2nd, 1859. To that union two children were
born, Perry, who resided in Vancouver, Wash., and Wilson A., who died
about two years ago. June 26th, 1859, he was united in marriage with
Nancy E. Brent, who departed this life Jan. 7th, 1916. To this union
were born five children, Elizabeth, who died in 1902; Sarah L. Gardner
of Ottumwa, Iowa; Aaron of Montana; Simon G. and Allen of Pittsburg,
Iowa. Mr. Russell united with the M. E. church at Lebanon, and gave his
services to the building and repairing of several churches of the
county. About a year ago he was badly hurt by a fall on the ice, and
from that time was a constant sufferer, until his release came on the
evening of Jan. 31st, when he passed to his reward. Uncle Allen was a
good neighbor and his removal will be felt by a number of friends. The
funeral services were held in the Pittsburg church and the interment was
in the Pittsburg cemetery, Rev. J. J. Brabbs officiating.