Logan County Colorado Pioneers
Hamilton N. and Lucy (Fleming) Hays, 9 North 49 West
One researcher wrote that Lucy Evelyn Fleming's parents are John B. Fleming of Virginia and Lucy Evelyn Field of Illinois.
In 1870 Fremont County, Iowa, John Fleming is a railroad contractor, 36, born in Virginia, with Lucy E. 32 born in Illinois. Mary E. is 12, born in Nebraska, John M. 10 in Nebraska, Samuel 6 and Clair L. 5 in Colorado, Lucy E. in Nebaska,. With them are John W. Field and Annie E. Field 14, both born in Missouri.
In 1880 Atchisonh County, Missouri, Jno. Fleming is farming, 43, Lucy also 43, with Jno. L. 20, Leze 18, Lilly 13, Lucy 10, Benton S. 8 born in Nebraska, Andrew B. 6 in Iowa, Margaret 4 and Mattie 1 both born in Missouri.
John B. Fleming, per # 46935792, is buried in Atchison County, Missouri 1831-1899.
"Son of Andrew and Mary E. Fleming. He married Lucy Eveline Fields 24 Apr 1855 at Holt Co., Missouri. They were the parents of nine, including Mary E. Clevenger, John Luther, Olive Lillian Workman, Lucy Hays, Benton S., Andrew B., Margaret M. Million, and Mattie Fleming. John died after being kicked by a horse."
Lucy, dying November 5, 1887 is also buried in Atchison County # 53507325.
THIS IS ANOTHER LUCY FLEMING
In 1880 Atchison County, Missouri, Lucy is 8, with D.C. and Susan Flemming 35. George is 14, Ralph 12, Daniel 10, Olies 6, Lyda 4, and William eight months.
August 21, 1908 Olsburg, Kansas
Daniel Cooper Fleming was born July 4, 1844, in Franklin, Venango County, Penn ; died Aug. 18, 1908, in Fostoria, Kan., of injuries received from a fall a week previous.
He was married to Miss Susan Webber, of Franklin, Penn. in 1864 with whom he lived and loved to the day of his death. In 1867, in company with his family and brother, Darias, moved to the west, and in 1870 stopped in Milton, Mo for a short time and finally settled in Rock port, where he resided and operated his trade as blacksmith until the spring of 1887, when he removed to Fostoria, Kansas, living a short time on the farm, a few miles northeast of town, after which ho purchased property in Fostoria, where he made his residence until the present time. Mr. Fleming was a skillful mechanic, splendid farmer, obliging neighbor and a brave citizen. He was greatly beloved by his family and highly respected by his neighbors, and all who knew him. He leaves the wife of his youth, four sons and three daughters and their children, three brothers and three sisters, with many other kindred and friends to mourn his loss. The funeral occurred from the family residence in Fostoria last Wednesday, Aug. 10, l908, at 2 o'clock, Rev. I. 1j. ftluttz pastor of the Methodist churches at tisrri son, Olsburg and Fostoria, preaching the sermon. Interment was made in the Olsburg cemetery.
Mrs. Cassander Hayes, who had made her home in Haxtun with her son T.L. Hayes for the past two years, died last Friday, February 24. Short funeral services were held Saturday afternoon from the family home, with the Rev. Hugh Neville, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating.
Following the services the body was shipped to Watson, Missouri, the former home, for interment and was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Hayes and family.
Mrs. Hayes was 79 years, 4 months, and 5 days of age at the time of death.
Source: Haxtun Harvest, Haxtun, Colorado, 1 Mar 1928, Page 1, Column 1.
1950 Hamburg Iowa "Lee Fleming, brother of Mesdames Tom Million, Newt Hiatt and Lucy Hays, died Monday evening in Shenandoah where he had lived for several years. Funeral services and burial were in Shenandoah.