George Washington and Philomena (Eschbach) Farner, sons Harry Farner, Fred Farner, Howard Farner, Irvin L. Farner.
, 9 North 48 West


George and Philena M Eschbaugh married in Ohio in 1867.

In 1870 Logan County, Illinois,
George 29 and Philina M. 25 have Lyman J. eight months, farming.
In 1880 Logan County, Illinois, George 38, Philena 34, have Lyman I 10, Ada A. 8, Henry 6, and Howard nine months.
In 1900 Adams County, Nebraska, George July 1842 Pennsylvania, and "Phlen" Oct 1844 Ohio have Fred May 1882 Illinois.
Philena 1846-1903 is buried in Haxtun, # 129316143.

Fred proved up a quarter in 27, 9N 48W in 1911.

George in section 27 in 1908
Harry in section 22 in 1908,
Howard in section 27 in 1908, and Irvin in 27 in 1907.
George 1841-1913 is buried in Haxtun, # 129316070.
In 1910 Logan County, George W. 68 is widowed, with Harry 34 and Fred 27.
George W. Farner (1841) married Philena M. Eschbach. George died in 1913 Children: Florence Farner, b. 1868 Irvin Lyman Farner, b. 1869
ADA
In 1900 Adams County, Nebraska, Ada, born Nov 1871 in Illinois, married six years to Arthur Van Every, a day laboere, with Milded March 1896, Marian 1898, and Irene Feb 1900.
In 1910 Adams County, Arthur is a house mover, and they have Mildred 13, Marian 12, Irene 10, Robert 8, Lucele 6, Ruth 21, and Richard two months.
Arthur and Ada are in Adams County in 1920 and 1940, and Ada died December 11, 1947 in Alameda County, California.
Arthur born April 2, 1869 in Canada, died Feb 7, 1950 in Alamed a COunty, California.
Irene Van Every Costo 1900-1958 is buried in Fort Rosecrans, # 81202934, witfe of Victor Marion Costo.
HARRY
Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, CO, September 26, 1934
HARRY FARNER DIED FOLLOWING SEVERE ILLNESS
Was Prominent Farmer in This Community for 30 Years; Funeral Last Friday
H.E. Farner, a resident of the Haxtun community for more than thirty years, passed away at his home last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Farner had been ailing in health for several months, and he had suffered several attacks of serious illness.
The deceased came to Phillips County with his parents in 1901, and had been engaged in farming since the early days in this section. Mr. Farner was a highly respected citizen of the community.
The following obituary was read at the funeral services, which were held last Friday:
Harry Emert Farner was born at Latham, IL, May 12, 1875, and passed away at his home northwest of Haxtun, September 19, 1934; age 59 years, four months and seven days; from an illness of several months, which he endured with the utmost patience with never a word of complaint.
Harry Farner was the fourth child of George and Phelina Farner. He, with his parents resided in Illinois until the year of 1892, when they moved to a farm near Hastings, NE. In 1901, the family moved to Haxtun, CO when this section was in the course of its early development, and he has endured the hardships of the early pioneers in a new country.
His father and mother preceded him in death several years ago; also two sisters, Florence and Alice, and one brother, Irvin.
The remaining sisters and brothers are: Mrs. Arthur Van Every, of Hastings, NE, Mrs. Frank Campbell, Howard and Fred Farner, all of Haxtun and a number of nieces and nephews.
Harry Farner was a man who loved his fellowman and his greatest pleasure in life was found in service to others, in which his entire lifetime was spent.
He never affiliated with any church, but his daily life was that of a conscientious christian; he was always a thoughtful son and brother, a beloved neighbor and a friend of all who knew him, and will be greatly missed by all.
Funeral services were conducted at the Brethren Church by the pastor, Rev. I.C. Snavely. Interment in the Haxtun Cemetery.
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Bessie F. Farner, b. Abt. 1876
HOWARD
Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, CO, August 28, 1935
HOWARD FARNER DIED THURSDAY; WAS ILL 6 DAYS
Had Been Farmer in Haxtun Community for Nearly 35 Years
Funeral services were held at the Brethren Church Sunday for Howard E. Farner, 55, who passed away at a hospital in Haxtun last Thursday. Mr. Farner had been ill less than a week, and had undergone a major operation a few days before his death.
Mr. Farner had been a resident of the Haxtun community for 35 years. Coming here as a young man when the country was sparsely settled, he played an important part in the early development of farming in this section. Like many others who pioneered in Phillips and Logan counties, Mr. Farner experienced many events, both oppressive and encouraging during the early days.
Howard Edward Farner was born at Elkhart, IL on August 28, 1879, and passed away at Haxtun, CO on August 22, 1935, at the age of 55 years, eleven months and 25 days.
He was the sixth child of George and Philena Farner. He, with his parents, resided in Illinois until 1892, when they moved to a farm near Hastings, NE. In 1901 the family moved to Haxtun, CO.
In the year 1908, on January 29, he was united in marriage with Miss Bessie Grace Nelson. To this union was born one son, Harold Merle, who died in infancy six years ago. Mr. Farner's father, mother, two sisters, Florence and Alice, and two brothers, Irvin and Harry, all preceded him in death.
He leaves to mourn their loss, his wife, two sisters, Mrs. Ada Van Every of Hastings, NE, Mrs. Gertrude Campbell of Haxtun, and a brother Fred, also of Haxtun, in addition to other relatives and a host of friends.


FRED
Fred Anson Farner, b. 1883
Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, CO, January 5, 1966
FORMER HAXTUN RESIDENT DIES
Fred Anson Farner, 83, of the St. Vrain Manor, died December 29 at the Longs Peak hospital in Longmont. Mr Farner was a former resident of the Dailey-Haxtun community.
Mr Farner was born May 25, 1882, in Lincoln, IL, the son of George and Philena Eschbaugh Farner. He spent his early life in Illinois and moved to a homstead at Haxtun in 1901. He helped organize the town of Dailey.
(Fred A. Farner and Edith Garber married October 22, 1911, recorded in Logan County._
Mr. Farner moved to Longmont in 1938 and was employed by the Kuner-Empson Co. for several years before his retirement in 1945. He was a member of the First Christian Church of Longmont.
Mr. Farner is survived by his wife, Edith, 606 Pratt St.; a son, Max L. of 1830 Collier; a daughter, Mrs. Doris Brahmstadt of 815 6th Ave., and two grandsons, Larry L. and Barton M. Farner, all of Longmont.
Funeral services were held Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Lewellen Funeral Chapel with Rev. Dale McCarin officiating. Interment was in the Foothills Garden of Memory. Pallbearers were Roy Sack, Don Burt, L.C. Reinecker, Herb Littener, Robert Huddleston and Clarence Mosler.



Ethel Gertrude Farner, b. 1884
Ethel Gertrude Farner, married Frank Campbell in 1903.
" Frank married Gertrude "Farmer". They had a fine farm five miles from HAXTUN. Their children were Fern, Ada, Byron and [written: Merle Dean] "
In 1910 Logan County, Frank Campbell is 34, married 7 years to Gertrude 25, with Fern 5, Ada 3, and BYron 2.

In 1920 Logan County, they have the three kids. In 1930 they have only Ada G. and Merle D., 7.
Frank 1874-1939 is buried in Longmont # 54937934.

In 1940 Hygiene, Boulder County, Gertrude is widowed, with Dean 17, and two roomers.
Gertrude Campbell, per # 54937888, is buried in Longmont 1884-1955.


Gertrude was born in Quincy Illinois and died in San Diego California in 1955. She is buried next to her husband, Frank, in "Haxtun" Colorado where they lived most of their lives.

Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, CO, November 9, 1955
FORMER RESIDENT OF HAXTUN PASSED AWAY IN CALIFORNIA
Word was received in Haxtun Tuesday of the death of Mrs. Gertrude Campbell,* former Haxtun resident, who had lived in San Diego, CA for many years. Death was attributed to a heart attack.
Mrs. Campbell and her husband, Frank, lived on what is now the Hillard Yost farm northwest of Haxtun. They left Haxtun about 20 years ago, moving to Hygiene. Mr. Campbell preceded her in death and is buried at Longmont. Funeral services for Mrs. Campbell were held in San Diego.

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