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Albert K. and Ida B. Wilson

, 3 North 45 West

In 1880 Seward County, Nebraska, Andrew is a carpenter, 22, born in Indiana, with parents Andrew Wilson 50 born in Scotland and Martha A. 48 Indiana. Amy is 19, born in Missouri, Mat. 17, Osmond 14, May 12, and Sue 8 - the last four born in Illinois.

In 1880 Jefferson County, Nebraska, Ida B. Moore is 17, with parents Virgil Moore 42 and Anna 44, both born in Ohio. Harris/Horace is 16, Amy 13, Frank M. 12, Thesta 8, and Madge 5, all born in Iowa.

A.K. Wilson, 23, married Ida B. Moore, 20, in Fairbury, Nebraska on July 4, 1881. Her fparents were E.N. and Anna M. Moore.
In 1900 Gosper County, Nebraska, Andrew Wilson is farming, born December 1837 in Indiana, married twenty years to Ida B. June 1861 Iowa. Leroy O. December 1881, Edith E. October 1880, Ethel M. August 1887, Ralph K. 1890, Fleda E. Nov 1892, Ana Dec 1895, and Bert March 1897 were all born in Nebraska.

November 27, 1913 "Mrs. William Martin left Tuesday evening for her home in Edison, Nebraska. Mrs. Martin had been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. K. Wilson, and family whose home is on the road several miles northwest of Wray, generally known as the George Blake ranch."

November 1916 "Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson, north east of town, are enjoying a visit this week from Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Moore who arrived from eastern Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Moore are old Nebraska friends of the editor of the Rattler and we are looking forward to an enjoyable meeting with them. Mr. Moore was at one time Sheriff of Dundy county, just over the lino in Nebraska, he succeeding Les West, now deceased, of Haigler.

Andrew Keithley Wilson 1857-1937 is buried in Wray # 16748739.


In 1910 Furnas County, Nebraska, Ethel 22 and Edith E. 24 are operating a millinery shop.

Edith, per # 16766786, was born Oct 1885 in Elwood, Nebraska to Andrew Keithley and Ida Belle Moore Wilson, marriedLee Roy Justis, dying July 10, 1974 in Jackson County, Kansas.


Ethel marriedClinton B. Fisk on March 3, 1916 in Yuma County.

In 1920 they're in Greybull, Big Horn County, Wyoming, Clinton B. 29, Ethel M.3 0, Yvonee B. 2, and Leora 1.

They're in Greybull in 1930, and in 1940 are in Laramie, Wyoming, Clinton 50 born in COlorado with no occupation, Ethel 52, Leora 22, Doreen 14, both born in Wyoming.


Roy is farming in 1910 Furnas County, Nebraska, 28, with Anna T. Wilson 27 - married two years.

Roy Oren Wilson 1881-1852 is buried in Wray, # 16748763, with Anna T. (Joyce) Wilson 1880-1960 # 16919489.


Ralph proved up 280 acres in sections 52, 26, and 35, 3N 45W in 1919.

June White Wilson 1888-1978 is buried in Wray # 16919822, with Ralph Keithley Wilson 1889-1975.


July 1916 "Mrs. Fleeta Alyers and little daughter came in Friday morning from her home in Hollanburg, Kansas, and are visiting Mrs. Alyers parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson, of eighteen miles northwest of Wray. They will visit Mrs. Alyers sisters, Mrs. C. B. Fisk and Miss Ana Wilson, of Wray, before returning to Hollanburg."

In 1920 Washington County, Kansas, Roscoe Ahlers is 30, born in Kansas, Fleda 27 Nebraska. Arvel 4 and Ardes 2 were born in Kansas.

In 1930 Greybull, Wyoming, William R. Ahlers is operating a variety store, , 41, Fleda L. 37, Arbel W. 14 and Ardes M. 11.

Fleda is widowed in 1940 Wichita, Kansas, no occupation, Arvel an author, Ardes a stenographer. All three were in Hubbard Minnesota in 1935.

Ardes Maxine Ahers was born November 25, 1918 at Hollenberg, Kansas, dying November 10, 1995 as Barney.

She was in Wichita in 1953, age 34, with Jack A. Barney, 34, at 1727 N.E. Parkway, with Debra, 1.

One tree said Fleda died in Wichita June 30, 1987.

May 25, 1916 "Bert Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson, of north of Wray, came in on the early morning train Wednesday morning from Culver, Kansas, where he attended high school the past year."

June 12, 1919 "Mr. and Mrs. William Heindel are entertaining the latter's mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson and sister, Miss Thelma Wilson and Mrs. Clinton Fisk, and brother, Bert Wilson, who motored up from Red Cloud, Nebraska, the first of the week."


May 24, 1917 "Miss Anna Wilson came up from her home in Red Cloud, Nebraska, arriving in Wray Tuesday. She will spend some time in Wray visiting friends and will visit her two brothers, Ray and Ralph Wilson, of north of Wray. She is also looking after her homestead while here."

August 3, 1917

William and Ana are in Wray in 1920 and 1930, with no children.

In 1940 Wray, William J. Heindel is a mechanic, 45, with Anah M. 44.

Ana M. Heindel died April 24, 1997, and is buried in Natrona National , Casper, Wyoming, per # 51674772.
So is William J. Heindel dying January 14, 1975, per # 51674773.

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