Yuma County, Colorado
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John W. Webster, son William H. Webster, Vernon
In 1880 Randolph County Missouri, J. W. Webster, a saddler, 35, Kentucky, and Emma 32, Missouri, have Wm. H. 6, Patsie 4, Pigeon 2, Perry nine months, and a boarder H.H. Johnson , 23, a bartender.
(Emma might be the Emma Webster in Randolph County in 1870 - married, 20, with month-old Lena, no spouse. Living with Susan H. Johnson 39, and Ella Johnson, 15. In 1860 Emma was 10, living with Susan 34 in Boone County. Siblings are John T. Johnson 16, Ella 8, and Hiram 3. Lena, in 1880 was living with Susan and Ella in Randolph County)
In 1900 Lansing precinct John, born April 1845 in Kentucky, is widowed, farming with son Hiram Feb 1881 Missouri.
1900 Yuma "William Webster is breaking horses for Otto Rush." William H. , born Oct 1874 in Missouri, is in Glendale precinct, farming alone - but he didn't claim any land in Yuma County.
December 15, 1904 William H. Webster, 30, married Bessie Boon, 18, in Kirk Colorado. (Fred E., Otis E. and Ogden L. Boone all claimed land four miles west of Kirk.)
In 1900 Bessie B. Boone born Sept 1886 in Illinois, is with Otis Sep 1860 Illinois and Lizzie A. Nov 1866 Connecticut, in Cope precinct, Arapahoe County- Otis had married Sarah R. Stull in Douglas County Illinois January 8, 1882. Then he married Lizzie Lyons in 1892 in Champaign, Illinois.
|Searching for information about Albert Stull (perhaps born in
Kentucky) and his wife Caroline nee Canada and their descendents,
especially his daughter Sara Gretta Stull who married Otis E. Boone &
died in Nebraska around 1891 and is said to be buried in an Arcola
Any information on the family or cemeteries in Arcola area would be appreciated. Thanks, Liz
William was listed as a witness for Margaret A. Blair's claim in 1907.
William 35 and Bessie 23 are in San Bernardino County in 1910, with Gladys 4, Perry 3, Helen 1 and son three months.
William registered there, saying he was born Oct 22, 1874, and wife was Elizabeth A. Webster.
In 1920 William is in San Bernardino, with Elizabeth 35 MISSOURI, Gladys 14, Perry 12, and Helen 11 all born in Colorado, Earl 10 California and then Carl 11, Missouri
FindA Grave says Elizabeth 9/18/1886 - 11/25/1910 this William's father was John Bell Webster, though.
In 1910 Vernon precinct John, 68, born in Kentucky, is widowed, living alone.
John proved up two quarters in 6, 2S 45W in 1914.
There was a John W. Webster "of Lewiston, Idaho" as an heir to John C. Webster's estate - John C. died in 1904, with his wife Betsy dying in 1905 - son Cal lived southeast of Wray.
In 1920 there's a John Webster, 78, a janitor in the Blind Girls Home in St. Louis, Missouri.
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