Conrad and Katie (Yost) Sack, brother John and Margaret (Green) Sackl , 9 North 48 West
In 1900 Adams County, Nebraska, Conrad Sack, born June 1873 in Russia, married three years to Kate May 1877 Russia, have Harry January 1898, born in Nebraska.
The Yost family has a nice story "HENRY C. YOST was one of the 9 (or 12?) children born to Conrad and Elizabeth (Fink) Yost. Their names were - Elizabeth, Christina, Katherine, Emma, Conrad C., Anna, Louise, and Pauline. Henry was born on April 7, 1884 in Norka, Russia, the eldest son of Conrad and Elizabeth Yost. In 1887, he and the family emmigrated to the United States to Fairfield, Nebraska. The family later moved to Harvard, Nebraska and in 1900 to LaCrosse, Kansas. Henry married Anna Nolde on January 4, 1905 in Alexander, Kansas. In 1914, they moved to a homestead northwest of Haxtun, Colorado. Brother Conrad and wife Ella made the move with them. The trip was difficult as they came in a covered wagon traveling through Western Kansas and Eastern Colorado without the benefit of roads or very good directions. The family at that time included the three oldest sons, Lester (9 years old), Hilliard ( 5 years old) and Earnest ( 2 years old). Henry and Anna were wheat and corn farmers in the Haxtun area and two more sons, Victor and Marvin were added to the family. All the sons became farmers as well. All the brothers' farms and Henry's farm were within 6 miles of each other. Henry's brother Conrad and wife Ella lived on a farm about 5 miles away. Conrad and Katherine Sack also lived nearby."
In 1910 Logan County (Next to Louis Pigeon) Conrad is 36, Katie 33, Harry 12, Hanna 9, Emma 5, and Roy 3.
Conrad proved up two quarters in 22, 9N 48W in 1914.
Conrad registered for WWI with an address of Haxtun, born June 14, 1873, farming.
In 1920 Logan County, Conrad is farming, 46, with Katherine 42, both born in Russia. He immigrated in 1885, Katherine in 1886, both naturalized in 1913. Harry 22, Emma 15, and Roy 13 were born in Nebraska.
In 1930 Logan County, Conrad is 56, Katrine 53, Roy 23 and his wife Hazel G. 20, and Lawrence L. 7.
In 1940 Haxtun, on Colorado Avenue, Conrad and Katie ony have Lawrence, 17.
No occupations for any.
Conrad 1873-1948 # 58321361 and Katherine (Yost) Sack 1877-1955 are buried in Haxtun.
Harry Sack 1897-1957 and Irene Selma (Neller) Sack are buried in Salida, Colorado # 48060256.
"Kenneth Gene Sack, 65, of Salida died February 14, 2000. Kenny was born to Harry and Irene SACK on October 13, 1934, in Haxtun.
He married Donna June WATTS on June 6, 1953, in Raton, NM. He married Nancy ORR on March 11, 1989 in Colorado Springs.
Kenny is survived by his wife, Nancy of Salida; sisters Shirley ANDREAS of Philadelphia, PA., Erma (Gene) CARPENTER of Coarsgold, California, Eileen (Larry)CHEEK of Franklin, Mich.; daughter, Debbie NELSON of Salida; son, Randy SACK of Salida; step-children Pat (Bob)CAMPBELL of Buena Vista, Tom (Janet) OVERSOLE of Salida, Sandy WARREN of Salida, Tammy (Jerry) LOUDENBURG of Salida; grand-children, Mandy NELSON of Pueblo, Alison NELSON, Elizabeth SACK and Brian SACK, all of Salida; step-grand-children, Brock CAMPBELL of Buena Vista, Darek OVERSOLE of Salida, Lance OVERSOLE of Salida, Briana GENTILE of Central City, Iowa, Aaron LOUDENBURG of Salida, Alyssa GENTILE of Salida and Amber LOUDENBURG of Salida; several nieces and nephews.
Kenny was preceded in death by his first wife, Donna; his father, Harry, his mother, Irene; and his brother, Delbert.:
Salida Mail 7 Jan 1954
Robert Sack, son of Katherine Yost and Conrad Sack, was born December 27, 1906 in Hastings, Adams Co, Nebraska, and died October 5, 1966. He married Hazel Cole June 4, 1930 in Haxtun, Colorado nearby at home.
In 1940 Logan COunty, Roy and Hazel Sack have Floyd 9, WEndel 6, Thelma 4, and Stanley 2.
Roy Sack 1906-1966 and Hazel Grace (Cole) Sack 1909-2006 are buried in Longmont # 61217782.
Lawrence Lavern Sack, born Sept 8, 1922, died in Solano County California Feb 12, 1988.
John "Sachs" is with parents Conrad and Lottie in 1900 Adams County, Nebraska, 22, with Adam 12 and Milie 10.
In 1910 Logan County, John is 32, Elizabeth 27, Edward 8, and Loena 5, both kids born in Nebaska.
John proved up a quarter in 12 and 13, 9N 49W in 1917, and 40 acres in 11, 9N 49W in 1921.
In 1920 Logan County, John and Margaret have Edward, Leona 16 (this one says she was born in COlorado) Arden 5, and mother Charlotte 73, Russia.
In 1930 Phillips County, John and Margaret have Leslie 15 and Arden 8.
1936 Haxtun "Mrs. John Sack entertained at a picnic honoring her granddaugter, Betty Mae and Donna Lee Sack.
In 1940 Haxtun, on South Utah Avenue, John is 62 working on the county roads, Margaret 57, and Arden 18 a salesman at a drug store.
John Sack, a former Phillips County farmer, died November 30, 1952 at his home in San Diego, California, just two weeks after the death of Mrs. Sack. A blood clot resulted in his death. He was 75 years old.
Services were held Wednesday of last week at the Lewis Mortuary in San Diego and burial was in Mount Hope Cemetery there. Mr. Sack's five children, including Edward Sack of Paoli, were in San Diego for the funeral. They also attended their mother's funeral two weeks earlier.
Mr. Sack was the son of Conrad and Margaret Sack. He was born in Europe but came to the United States with his parents when he was an infant. He grew to manhood at Hastings, Nebraska, where he was married in 1900 to Margaret Green.
In 1909 Mr. and Mrs. Sack moved to a homestead northwest of Haxtun, where they lived until 1936. They then moved to Haxtun and remained there until moving to San Diego in 1944.
Surviving Mr. Sack are three sons, Edward, already mentioned, Leslie Sack, San Bernardino, California, and Arden Sack, San Diego; two daughters, Miss Leona Sack, San Diego, and Arlene, Mrs. Gordon Link, of Kansas City, Missouri, eight grandchildren and one great grandson.
James Richard Sack was born Nov 20, 1939 in San Bernardino County, California.
In 1940 San Bernardino County James Sack is 26, with Anne 23 Kansas, and son James, five months, born in California. Anne's sister Mary McKinney 20 born in Kansas is with them. The sisters were in Alliance Nebraska in 1935.
James L. Sack, born Oct 9, 1914, died Sept 28, 1981 in San Bernardino County, mother's maiden name Greene.
Edward C. Sack, 65, of Paoli, a resident of that area for 57 years, passed away Sunday morning, August 20, 1967 at Logan County Hospital in Sterling.
Funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon, August 23 at the Haxtun Methodist church. Rev. Thomas Fletcher was the officiating minister, and the Radford Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Interment was at Holyoke Memorial Park.
A son of John and Margaret Green Sack, Edward Charles Sack was born March 5, 1902, at Hastings, Nebraska. He came to Crook, Colorado as a small child and moved to the Haxtun community in 1910. He was a farmer.
He was united in marriage to Luella Gansemer at Haxtun on September 4, 1925.
Mr. Sack was a member of the Methodist church.
Surviving are his widow, Luella of Haxtun; two daughters, Donna, Mrs. Wayne Rafert, Amherst, and Miss Betty Sack, at home; one son, Ronnie, at home; two sisters, Mrs. Leona Fitzgerald, San Diego, California and Mrs. Arlene Link, Denver; two brothers, Leslie Sack, San Bernardino, California, and Arden Sack, San Diego, California; three grandchildren; and other relatives and many friends."
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