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John J. Haws, 1 South 43 West

Children of JOHN HAWES and ELIZABETH ROBERTS are: i.BARTRAM3 HAWES, b. Abt. 1847.
ii.JOHN J. C. HAWES, b. December 05, 1845, Lawrence Co, Ky; d. April 26, 1892.
iii.JULY A. HAWES, b. October 12, 1853, Lawrence Co, Ky.
iv.LABEN LEANDER HAWES, b. July 16, 1857.
John W. Haws and Elizabeth Roberts had Laben Leander Haws July 16, 1857 in Lawrence County, Kentucky.
In 1860 Lawrence County, Kentucky, J.W. Haws 40 is farming with Elizabeth 31, A.W. 13, J.J.C. 12, T. J. H. 10 - three sons - Juley A. 7, Wm A. 5, Laban L. 3.
William Plummer married Julia A. Haws January 30, 1870 in Johnson County.
In Murphy Family Cemetery, Johnson County "Plummer, Julia A; d. 09 Apr 1881, Aged 27 y 5 m 19 d, Wife of W L Plummer, Dau of J W and E Haws, Broken, Row 04 "
In 1870 Johnson County, Kansas, John and Elizabeth are both 48, John 21, Ashburn 15, Laver 13, Georgiana 10, Luella 7, and Mary 3.
Laban L. Haws was farming alone in 1880 Johnson County, and in 1881 married Nettie Plummer, age 19. He was 24.
1886 Johnson County " Laban Haws will start for Colorado in a few days."
In 1886 Thomas County, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. John Haws gave a bed spread as a wedding present to Jessie A. Nicholas of Gage County, Nebraska and Frank Buss of Colby Kansas.

In 1900 Glendale precinct, John J. Haws is single, farming, born August 1848 in Kentucky.
John J. Haws timber-claimed a quarter in 25, 3N 45W in 1901. - very sandy griound..

In 1903 "Henry Nienabor" was a witness for the land claim in section 11, 1S 43W of the estate of John J. Haws, very near the Nienaber claim.
Rufus F. Roberts was the administrator of the estate of John Haws, deceased in 1905 Yuma County.
Rufus filed for the land claim in 1903, witnesses Clark N. Moore, Henry Nienabor, Cuney Loman, and Joseph Weller.

1920 Olathe Kansas "To Fielding P. Shannon, John W. Haws, J. W. Haws, Mary J. Hawes, John J. Haws, Laban L. Haws, William A. Hawes, Laura L. Haws, John A. Hawes, J. W. Hawes and Alice J. Dripps, their husbands and wives, if living, and if not their unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, successors and assigns; Alex H. Lott and Rose B. Lott, his wife; W. D. Currier, Geo. F. Reuland, J. N. Mehornay, Defendants You, and each of you, are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District court of Johnson county, Kansas, by O .B. Jefferson, as plaintiff and that you and each of you must answer the petition of said plaintiff filed in said court on or before the 31st day of July, A. D., 1920, or said petition will be taken as true and judgment "rendered against you, and each and all of you, quieting plaintiff's title to the land described In said petition to-wit: The Northwest Quarter () of Section Twenty-seven (27) in Township Twelve (12) of Range Twenty-three (23) in Johnson county, Kansas. "

If anyone has information on John - where was he in 1880? And for that matter, what happened to his family after 1870 Johnson County?

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