James F. and Lucy Annice (Van Pelt) Hudson, son Rex F. Hudson, Lucy's siblings William VanPelt, Rachel VanPelt, and Alice (VanPelt) NOble Nobl, 9 North 48 West


In 1880 Benton County, Missouri, James is 28, living with his brother John 36 and their family.
In 1870 Monroe County, Iowa, Lucy Vanpelt is 10, with parents William 58 and Mahala 54.
In 1880 Monroe County, Lucy 20 and Allie 23 and the only kids with Mehala Vanpelt 64.
William 1811-1875 # 62740278 and Mahala (Brobeck)Van Pelt are buried in Lovilia, Iowa.

James F. Hudson married Lucy A. Vanpelt July 3, 1883 in Monroe County Iowa.
In 1885 Polk County, Iowa James and Lucy have no occupation, but there are five men in their residence - one a coal miner, another a sailor. There's no child with them.
In 1895 Polk County, James is a clerk, 42, Lucy A. 86 (Born in Monroe County), with Rex F. 10 and Don D. 5 both born in Polk County.
In 1900 Polk County, Iowa, "Frank" born Mar 1852 in Missouri, to Lucy June 1860 Iowa, have Rex May 1884, Don Dec 1889, and Chase June 1896 Iowa. She's had four kids, three living.
They're in Polk County in 1905

James cash-claimed a quarter in 21, 9N 48W in 1908. He also claimed a quarter in 12, 7N 51W in 1910.


Rex cash-claimed a quarter, also in 21, in 1911.

In 1910 Logan County, James F. is 58, born in Missouri, married 26 years to Lucy A. 46 Iowa. They have Don D. 20 Iowa and Chase K. 13 Iowa. Nex household is Rex F. 26 Iowa.
William C. VanPelt 57, Ohio is also in Logan County in 1910, Next is a separate household Rachel Van Pelt 61 Ohio.

In 1925 Monroe County, Iowa, Lucy is 64, widowed, living with her widowed sister Matilda Clemons 78.

James F. 1852-1916 # 38278404 is buried in Holdrege, Nebraska # 38278404, with Lucy A. 1861-1925 and Rex F. 1884- 1912.

DON
Don Dale Hudson, born about 1890 in Iowa, married Verdie E. Skewes, born about 1895, in Phelps County, Nebraska September 3, 1913.
He registered for WWI in Lincoln, Nebraska, born Dec 2, 1889 at Altoona, Iowa.
In 1930 Sidney, Nebraska, Don is a traveling salesman, 40, married to Ethel 34, Nebraska, with Dale 14, Nebraska.
In 1940 Sidney, Don is 50, married to Nellie, 42, born in Iowa, running a cafe. Two lodgers are working in the cafe.
Don might be the Don Dale Hudson 1889-1965 buried in Snohomish County, Washington # 138249777.

(Ethel V. (Skewes) Hudson 1895-1988 is buried in Imperial Nebraska # 94322970. She was there in January 1969, when an aunt died in Lincoln Other nieces were Mrs. Harriett Likens, Kearney, Mrs. E.P. Schroeder a of Imperial)
One listing has son Dale Hudson of Florence, Oregon.
Dale D. Hudson 1915-1995 is buried in Florence, Lane County, Oregon # 53021300.

CHASE
Chase enlisted 1918, served in the 163rd Depot Brigade, discharged Jan 9, 1919.
Chase is single in 1920 Boone County, Iowa, a railroad fireman.
In 1930 he's a salesman in a service station in Burlington, Iowa, 33, with Hazel 34 and eight-month-old Loraine.

Chase K. Hudson 1896-1953 is buried in Burlington, Iowa # 110659873, with Hazel Mae 1895-1969.

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"One of the retired farmers of Monroe county, Iowa is J. N Vanpelt, who is now making his home in Melrose and has been one of the leading agriculturists of this section. His parents were William and Angeline (Nadenbush) Vanpelt, the former a native of Washington county, Virginia and the latter born in Franklin county, Ohio. William Vanpelt lived in his native state until sixteen years of age and then went to Ohio and located in Franklin county where he was married. He later came to Monroe county and purchased a farm of eighty acres; he was also a carpenter by trade and followed this occupation as long as he was able to do active work.
His first wife died at the birth of the subject of this sketch and he was again married, his second wife becoming the mother of twelve children."
In 1860 Monroe County, Iowa, William Vanpelt 47, Mahala 43, Nancy J. 20, Eliza 18, Rebecka 16, Angeline 15, Mahala 13, Rachel 10, Sarah 8, William 7, John 5, and Hester 3 (this is H. Alice).

In 1870 Monroe County, Iowa, William Vanpelt 58 and Mahala 54 have Matilda 22, Rachael 21, Sarah 19, Wiliam 17, John 15, Alice 13, and Lucy 10.
In 1900 Monroe County, Rachel 50 and Alice H. 45 -a dressmaker - are with brother William 48 and mother Mahala 85.
William C. Van Pelt proved up a quarter in 28, 9N 48W in 1909.
Hester Alice VanPelt married Phineas Noble January 2, 1905, recorded in Logan County.

Alice Noble, formerly Alice Van Pelt, proved up a quarter in 15, 9N 48W in 1911.
In 1910 Logan County, William C. Van Pelt, 57 Ohio, is on the same page as Rachel Van Pelt 61, both born in Ohio, both single, are farming.
In 1910 Logan County, Alice is 53, married two years to Phineas S. Noble - this is her first marriage, his second. Phineas was born in Illinois.
Rachel L. Van Pelt proved up a quarter in 29, 9N 48W in 1911.
November 8, 1912 - Albia, Iowa - "Mrs. Sarah Stanbary, Mrs. Alice Noble, and Miss Rachel Van Pelt, who have been guests of their sister, Mrs. Eliza Titus the past few months, left the first of the week for Haxton, Col."

H. Alice Noble 1857-1914 is buried in Haxtun, # 58775063.

October 22, 1947 *****

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR P.S. NOBLE SUNDAY, OCT. 26

Phineas Sheppard Noble, 87 years, a resident of the Haxtun community for 31 years, died in the Good Samaritan Hospital in Sterling Tuesday evening following an eight day illness.

Mr. Noble had been failing in health for several years and last week he was taken to Sterling for medical attention when his condition became serious. His death resulted from complications coupled with old age.

He was born January 19, 1860 in Illinois, the son of Harris and Jane Noble. Before coming to Colorado in 1916 he lived in Webster County, Nebraska and in Minnesota.

On June 10, 1921 he married to Miss Agnes Steinmeyer. She preceded him in death on March 1, 1945.

He was a member of the Christian church and attended the Methodist church in Haxtun until his hearing failed him.

Three daughters and a son survive him: Mrs. Minnie Gillam, Mrs. Lillie Pike, Mrs. Beula Pike and Earl P. Noble, all of Monmouth, Oregon. One sister, Mrs. Lillie Ann Dyle of Inauale, Nebraska survives the deceased.
FindaGrave 58926336

In 1920 Monroe County, Iowa, William 67 and Rachel 71 are living together, neighter with occupations
William C. Van Pelt 1852-1927 is buried in Monroe County, Iowa # 62740279.


In 1940 Monroe County, Rachel Van Pelt and Sarah Stanbary are living with Sarah's son Fred.

1943 Albia, Iowa

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