John T. and Lucinda C. Monteith, son John A. Monteith, son Daniel S. Monteith, daughter Jessie and Isaac Samuel Allen, sister Minnie Maude (Monteith) Perry , 9 North 48 West



John T. Monteith 1854-1941 is buried in Haxtun, with Nancy Adeline (Gladson) Monteith 1857-1928.
In 1880 Marion County, Iowa, Wilson S. and Rebecca A. Allen have William 18, Mary 16, Eliza 14, James 12, ISAAC 9, Amanda 4, and Christian A. 1.

Isaac S. Allen married Jessie L. Monteith August 30, 1892 in Monroe County, Iowa.
In 1900 Monroe County, Samuel is farming, born Feb 1872 Iowa, Luella J. Nov 1876 Iowa, Lennie July 1894, and Jessie G. Agu 1896.
John T. Monteith is in Monroe County in 1900, born Oct 1854 Missouri, married 24 years to Nancy May 1857 Iowa. John A. July 1881, Dannie March 1890, and Blanche M. May 1880 are with him.
A friend Dave Templeton, had written them encouraging the Monteiths to come to Colorado, and they arrived in May 1903 - John T. and son John A. and their families.

John T. Monteith cash-claimed a quarter in 11, 9N 48W in 1905, and John A. next to him in 1909.
John T. Monteith is running a confectionary in 1910 Haxtun, 55, with Nancy A. 53. Grandson Lloyd, 1 is also with them
In 1910 Haxtun, Colorado, Samuel is operating a cream station, Jessie L, no occupation. Lennie F. Allen 13 is a wagon driver. Niece "Dola L. Monteick" five months old is with them.

Isaac cash-claimed a quarter in 11, 9N 48W in 1911.

In 1920 Haxtun, Colorado, Isaac is an express driver, 48, with J. Luella 41 an osteopath, both born in Iowa. Dennis F. is 25 born in Iowa, running a jewelry store. In 1930 Haxtun, Isaac is running a filling station, with Jessie 52. Her father John T. Monteith, 75, widowed, is with them.
Lennie, a jeweler, is married to Julia V. Allen, both 35, in 1930 Haxtun.
In 1940 Haxtun, John T. is still living with them - none have occupations.
Lennie is still a jeweler in 1940 Haxtun, and Julia is a school teacher.

Isaac 1871-1953 is buried in Haxtun, # 30779203, with Jessie Luella (Monteith) Allen 1876-1973.
Jessie M. (Allen) Gebhard 1896-1993 is buried in Haxtun, with Adonijah Michael Gebhard 1893-1968
"Jessie, the daughter of Isaac Samuel and Jessie Luella Monteith was born ASug 8, 1896 in Monroe County, Iowa. Her paretns moved to a farm northwest of Haxtun and she received her elementary education at Pumpkin Vine School. SHe attended Sterling high school and graduated in 1915. Finish ing high school, sh worked at the Haxtun post office, married Don Gebhard on Dec 26, 1918 in Haxtun. THey were paretns of one daughter, Geraldine. From 1919 to 1925 they lived in Haxtun, Sterling, and Denver while Don worked as a pharmacist. In 1925 they moved to Peetz and bought a drug store. They returned to Haxtun in 1931 and managed the Galbreath Drug Store until 1945 when they purchased it and changed the name to Gebhard Drug sStore, until retirinng. D
Leonard Forest Allen 1894-1973 is buried in Haxtun, with Julia Virginia (Hayes) Allen 1895-1985 "Teaching was her passion. There were no children born to this marriage."



JOHN
In 1910 Haxtun, Colorado, John A. is running a hotel, married nine years, with Addie M. 9 an Frank i7 both born in IOwa.
John A. and Blanch A. Monteith divorced in Phillips County in 1916.
In 1920 John is farming in Logan County, Colorado, with Blanche 40, and Daniel F. 16. All were born in Iowa.
John is divorced in 1930 Denver, a painter, living in a rooming house.
In 1940 Denver, still divorced, 58, a painter, and brother Daniel is with him a barber 46, widowed.
Geraldine married George Wengert of Haxtun.

Holyoke Enterprise, Holyoke, Colorado, 6 Jan 1955

MONTEITH RITES HELD AT HAXTUN
Last rites for John A. Monteith, 73, of Denver, formerly of Haxtun, were conducted Tuesday at the Haxtun Methodist Church, with Rev. George A. Burnworth officiating. Interment was in the Haxtun Cemetery.
Mr. Monteith died Wednesday of last week in Denver. He was born July 23, 1881 at Council Bluffs, Iowa and moved to Haxtun in 1903. He had made his home in Denver since 1924.
Surviving are two children, Mrs. Addie Monk and Frank Monteith, both of Haxtun; a sister, Mrs. Jessie Allen, Haxtun; five grandchildren and six great grandchildren

John's wife Blanche Amana (Sherwood) Monteith 1879-1962 is buried in Haxtun.
Addie 1901-1990 is buried in Haxtun "HAXTUN — Funeral services for Addie May Monk, 89, of Haxtun, were conducted Saturday from Haxtun United Methodist Church, the Rev. Marvin Essing officiating. Burial followed in Haxtun cemetery.
Mrs. Monk died Wednesday, Nov. 14, at a Sterling nursing home.
She was born May 30, 1901, in near New Albia, Iowa, in Marion County, Iowa, the daughter of John A. and Blanche Sherwood Monteith, moving to the Haxtun area in May 1903 via a freight train and educated in Haxtun schools.
She worked at a drug store prior to her Feb. 28, 1918 marriage to Edward Monk when the couple began farming northwest of Haxtun. Mr. Monk died in 1928, and on April 23, 1930, she married Elmer "Pat" Monk. He died in 1959.
Mrs. Monk was a member of Haxtun United Methodist Church, Rebekah Lodge, Senior Citizens Club and past member of the Farm ers Union.
She is survived by two daughters Muriel Salvador of Yuma and Mary Mae Ahnstedt of New Plymouth, Idaho; four grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren."

Blanche's sister Allie (Sherwood) Gullion 1883-1970 also moved to Haxtun, wehre she and husband Loren were trunning a soft drink parlor in 1930.


Frank married Alice M. Bellamy "Alice M. (Bellamy) Monteith, 90, died April 25, 2000, at Heritage Living Center, Haxtun. She was born on January 29, 1910, in Knoxville, Iowa, the daughter of Charles B. and Blanche B. (McClurg) Bellamy. Alice moved to Colorado with her family when she was a very young girl. The family included five girls and one boy.
Alice's father was killed in a motor car accident in 1919, just five days after her sister Marjorie was born.
On June 13, 1929, Alice married Frank D. Monteith. To that union two sons and one daughter were born. The family moved around a lot at first, finally settling in Haxtun in 1933.
Alice's hobbies included sewing, roller skating and shopping for shoes. She was a skilled cosmetologist who had her own beauty salon in her home.
She was a member of the Haxtun Commercial Club and the Haxtun United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her daughter, Gleeola Joy Lousberg and husband Edward, Arvada; sons Robert Gene Monteith and wife Florence, Helendale, CA, and Charles E. Monteith and wife Pauline, Salinas, CA; sisters, Lois Howard, Denver, and Margaret B. Schoonover, Valley Hills, KS; 11 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren.
Alice was preceded in death by her parents, her brother, and her husband Frank Monteith.
Funeral services were conducted on April 29, 2000, at the Haxtun United Methodist Church, Haxtun, with Rev. Thomas Cross officiating. Burial followed at Haxtun Cemetery. "

Frank D. Monteith 1903-1975 and Alice 1910-2000 share a ston in teh Haxtun cemetery. "Children : Charles - Robert - Joy"

DANIEL
Daniel Stevens Monteith was born March 19, 1893 in Monroe County, Iowa.
Dannie Stephen Monteith married Alma Esther Hill November 20, 1907, recorded in Phillips County.

Daniel S. Monteith married Margaret Manning October 9, 1911, recorded in Boulder County.

In 1920 Phillips COunty, Daniel S. Monteith is farming, 30, Margaret 27, with Dorothy F. 3.
Daniel is buried in Haxtun 1891-1941, with Margaret 1893-1937.

MINNIE

The Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, Colorado, October 29, 1947 MRS. W.H. PERRY DIED; FUNERAL SERVICE THURSDAY
Mrs. Minnie M. Perry, a resident of Haxtun for 42 years, died at her home Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock following a lingering illness.
Mrs. Perry, who was 68 years of age, was born February 3, 1879 in Pottawattamie County, Iowa, the daughter of John and Nancy Monteith. On November 26, 1894 she was united in marriage to Harry W. Perry at Albia, Iowa. They made their home there until 1905 when they moved to Haxtun where they have since resided.
She was a member of the Methodist church of Haxtun and the Rebekah lodge.
She is survived by her husband, a brother, John Monteith of Denver, and a sister, Mrs. Samuel Allen of Haxtun.
Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon in the Methodist church at 2:00 o'clock with Rev. Paul K. Corley, pastor of the church in charge.
Interment will be in Haxtun cemetery.

The Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, Colorado, November 5, 1947
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. PERRY LAST THURSDAY
Funeral services for Mrs. W.H. Perry were conducted Thursday afternoon, October 30, at 2:00 o’clock at the Haxtun Methodist church, with Rev. Paul K. Corley, pastor of the church in charge.
A quartet composed of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle W. Griffith and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gall, furnished music for the service, accompanied by Mrs. Charles F. Becker, organist.
Pallbearers were Messrs. Harold Pond, Hubert Brown, Howard B. Prouty, Earl Scott, A.R. Haskins and Ace Goddard.
Interment was in the Haxtun cemetery.
The following obituary was read at the services:
Minnie Maude Perry was born February 3, 1879 in Pottawattamie County, Iowa, and departed this life at 10:15 a.m., October 27, 1947, at the age of 68 years, eight months and 25 days, after a long illness which became worse with time.
She was the daughter of John and Nancy Gladson Monteith.
She was married to W.H. Perry, November 26, 1894 at Albia, Iowa and resided at Columbia, Iowa until 1905 when they established their home one mile east of Haxtun. They would have celebrated their 53rd wedding anniversary in one month.
To this union was born one son, Claudie, who died in infancy. In 1911 they took Lloyd Monteith as their son whom she loved as her own. She was a kind and a loving wife, and received great happiness from her three granddaughters.
She held membership in the Methodist church of Haxtun and was charter member in the Rebekah lodge of Haxtun.
A brother, Daniel S. Monteith, preceded her in death.
Surviving Mrs. Perry in addition to her husband and foster son are a sister, Mrs. I.S. Allen, of Haxtun, a brother, John Monteith of Denver, three granddaughters, Gloria Lu, Nancy Lee and Rosalie Monteith of Inglewood, California, three nieces and two nephews, a host of other relatives and friends.

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