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Samuel H. and Elizabeth (Kindred) Hagan, Jacob Hagan, John W. and Emily C. Kindred, Brownsville

In 1880 Mercer County, Missouri "William" 21, is with James 46 and Mary 46, Rebecca 15, Susan 10, Nettie 8, and Edith 2.

In 1900 John W. is 41, with Emma 37, in Decatur County, Iowa - with Sarah E. 16, William S. 14, Mary R. 11, Horace B. 10, Minnie S. 7, Chas. A. 5, Alberta 3, and Sylva E. six months.

In 1910 Vernon precinct William J. is 51, Emily 46, with Mary 22, James 20, Minnie 17, Andrew 15, Alberta 13, Sylvia 10, and Carl 5.

Levi M. Kindred 27, and Sophia 26 have Audie M. 5, Hazel 3, and Helen one, all girls born in Missouri. 

Next household is James A. 22, with Alpha 19 and Roscoe one, both born Colorado.  James Archie Kindred and Alpha Shaffer were married August 28, 1908 in Mercer County, Missouri.

November 1913 Archie Kindred of Mildred filed for homestead of land in 2, 3S 46W and 35, 2S 46W - witnesses William D. Burrell, Harv J. Hill, Rolla G. Eastin and Nelson Stanbrough.

He registered in Yuma County, saying he was born August 13, 1888 in Saline, Missouri, had a wife and three children, and was employed in "transmission mail " by the U.S.

Archie 1887-1918 is buried in Mildred Cemetery.

In 1920 Logan County Alpha, 30 is widowed, with Roscoe F. 11, Raymond F. 8, Una F. 4, and Lucile L. 2.  No occupation.

Alpha Kindred married Peter VanZuyen March 16, 1921, and they're in Gooding County Idaho in q9e0, with four Kindred Roscoe F. 21, Raymond F. 18, Una F. 14, and Lucile L. 12.

Una F. married James Howard Malone Sr. - buried in Gooding, Idaho.

Yuma Cemetery - Kindred Dortha M. died 1914 Original 21

1915 "Mr. and Mrs. Sherm Kindred, of Center precinct, are the proud parents of a a dainty little baby girl who arrived to bless them on Thursday, October 21st."

John proved up two quarters in 9, 2S 47W in 1917 - and Wm. S. two quarters in 18 and 19, 2S 47W, also in 1917.

Archie Kindred 1887-1918 is buried in the Mildred cemetery, Yuma County.

In 1920 Center precinct John W. 62 and Emily C. 56, have Alberta 23, James A. 20, and Carl C. 15.

William S. is 34, Elsie 33, with Bertha O. 13, Clarence O. 11, Thelma F. 8,  Mildred I. 4, Wilma 2, and Evylyn D. four months.

Sylvia Kindred married Paul A. Dunafon September 11, 1927. (this is wrong - the 1920 census has them in Center precinct, Sylvia, 20, Paul 23, with Carl W. one year old.)  The Rattler of September 13, 1917 says "Paul A. Dunafon of Yuma and Miss Sylvia A. Kindred of Happyville were united in marriage here on Tuesday of this week by County Judge I.L. Barker."

Nicholas E. Kindred - January 7, 1850 - May 29, 1931 and Margaret Elen (Eastin) Kindred - Oct 28, 1856 - April 17, 1834 are buried in Glendale Cemetery, Vernon. 

In  1897 Harrison County George Stanbrough, Nelson's brother,  was shot and killed by a neighbor,

Daughter Nancy Edith Kindred, born Mar 21, 1883 in Harrison County, Missouri, married Nelson Stanbrough Aug 16, 1902 in Harrison County, Missouri.  In 1910 Vernon precinct Nelson Stambraugh 33 and Nancy Edith 26 have Delyn 5, Delbert 4, and Dorothy 3.

died Dec 5, 1918 in Akron - Lee Cemetery 

1912 "Mr. Stanbrough, the Mildred postmaster, was transacting business in Wray Friday."

June 1919 Nelson Stanbrough had unclaimed mail at the Akron post office.

In 1920 Pueblo, Colorado at the city hospital are Delyn 15 and Beulah 7 Stanbrough.

In 1911 the Colorado Business directory had "MILDRED - a new postoffice in Yuma county, population 10 Stanbrough Nelson, postmaster."

In 1916 Nelson proved up land in 35, 2S 46W and 2, 3S 46W.

William D. Burrell proved up two quarters in 21 and 22, 2S 46W in 1916. His witnesses were Archie Kindred, Rolla G. Eastin, Nelson Stanbrough, and Aloysious L. Brady.

1917 "Nels Stanbrough, one of Mildred's progressive business men, motored to Vernon on Monday to enlist the services of our local physician. Nels has an attack of erysipelas of the face."

In 1920 Pueblo Colorado there's a Nelson Stanborough, 43, Missouri, widowed, a laborer at a steel mill.

In 1914 at the Mildred school were Delyn and Delbert Stanbrough

Hershel Kindred was a student there in 1922.

In 1922 Nelson Stanbrough of Ouray applied for a patent for an "auto power transmitting jack"

Delbert Stanbrough - 1906-1935 is buried in Wray.  He had a record with the Colorado Department of Corrections, and was in the state prison in 1930 - 27, born in Missouri, saying he was married.

1935 "J.D. Stanbrough, an ex-convict, committed suicide after his attempt to escape from the Wray jail failed. He was being held in connection with a local robbery.

In 1940 Creek County, Oklahoma Nelson Stanbrough is 63, widowed, saying he was in San McGill (probably San Miguel) Colorado in 1935.  Maybe he's the one in Pioneer Memorial, Moses Lake, Washington, 1876-1963.

One tree says Dorothy Mariah Stanbrough married Charles H. McGettigan,  (Chas. H. McGettigan married Dorothy Stanbrough July 2, 1925 in Spokane) had Patricia C. in 1929,  (In 1930 Spokane Chas McGettigan is living alone, said he was married, and a barber) and married Walter Harrold Rolly 1902-1970 

In 1940 Spokane Dorothy McGettigan, divorced has Patricia, 12.  In the same lodging house is Walter Rolly, a city fireman,  also divorced, 37, with Chester 13.  Walter Harold Rolly had married Ruth Beryl Sargeant September 1923 in Stevens County, Washington.

Leon Reporter, Leon, Iowa
Thursday, September 4, l924

EMMA CATHARINE WEDDLE was born at Indianapolis, Indiana, September 6, l863, died at her home in Pleasanton, Iowa, August 23, l924, age 60 years, 11 months and l7 days.

She was united in marriage to J.W. KINDRED, February 20, l88l. To this union were born eleven children, four of whom preceded her in death. She is survived by her companion, seven children; MRS. ELIZABETH HAGAN, Flemington, Mo.; MRS. EDITH MAARS, Mound City, Mo.; SHERMAN, JAMES, CARL and MINNIE KINDRED and MRS. SYLVIA DUNAFON, of Pleasanton, Iowa; ANDREW, of Yuma, Colorado; and MRS. ALLIE JACOBS, of Rosala, Kansas. She is also survived by a brother, A.J. WEDDLE, of Cainsville, Mo.; and two sisters, MRS. JAMES MCDONALD, of Peculiar, Mo. and MRS. ANDREW CURIER, of Kansas City, Mo. and other relatives and a host of dear friends. She endured much suffering with patience and kindness. In l9l7, she was converted and baptized into the Church of the Nazarene, in which faith she died.

Funeral services were held in the park at Pleasanton, conducted by W.L. Morey, and the body laid to rest in the Hamilton Cemetery.

John is widowed in 1930 Decatur County, Iowa, living with William S. 44, Elsie F. 41.    Clarence 20 and Thelma 18 were born in Iowa, Mildred 14, Wilma 12, Evelyn 10 born in Colorado.

CLARENCE O. KINDRED Clarence O. Kindred, son of William Sherman and Elsie Hutchinson Kindred, was born in Pleasanton, Iowa, on December 12, 1909, and died on July 18, 1990, at the Clarke County Hospital in Osceola, Iowa, at the age of 80 years, 7 months and 6 days.
As a small child, his family homesteaded near Yuma, Colorado. After five years, they returned to Pleasanton, Iowa, where he finished high school.
On March 5, 1934, he was married to Beulah Faye Hagan at Princeton, Missouri. To this union four children were born. They celebrated their 56h anniversary this spring.
Clarence loved the land and spent his adult life farming in Decatur County, most of it near Van Wert. He retired and moved to Osceola in the fall of 1973, where he enjoyed his grandchildren and all their activities.
Preceding his in death were his parents; a son Ronald Gene in 1956; four sisters, Thelma Agnew, Evelyn Parson, Wilma Evans, and Dorothy Mae Kindred; one infant brother; and a special nephew, James Evans.
Survivors include his widow, Faye of Osceola; two daughters; Reva Beers and husband Edward, Leon, Neva Lee McDOWELL and husband Orval, Osceola; one son, Gale, and wife Donna, Osceola; nine grandchildren; six great grandchildren; two sisters, Bertha Driskill, Leon, Iowa, and Mildred Hagan and husband Lloyd, Apache Junction, Arizona; brother-in-law Lloyd Parson, Houston, Texas; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


MILDRED IRENE HAGAN ... Mildred Irene Hagan, the daughter of William Sherman and Elsie [Hutchinson] Kindred, was born Oct. 21, 1915, at Yuma Colo., and died at the Valley Lutheran Hospital in Mesa, Ariz. on Nov. 21, 1992.

Mildred and her family moved to Missouri when she was four years old. She was united in marriage to Lloyd Oliver Hagan on June 23, 1934, at Princeton. The family moved to Iowa in 1943, then to Arizona in 1959. She was a homemaker.

Survivors include her husband, Lloyd; two sons, Gerald (and wife, Ruth) of Queen Valley, Ariz., and Larry of Phoenix, Ariz.; three daughters, Irene Sweet, (and husband Dennis) of Manson, Iowa, Carolyn Scott, (and husband, Harold 'Bill'), of San Diego, Calif., and Vicki Miller, (and husband, Ray) of Columbia, S.C.; seven grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers; and five sisters.

Services were held on Nov. 24 at the Evergreen Chapel in Tucson, Ariz


In 1922 : Marrs, M, Farmer, PO Happyville,  came to Yuma County1910, Born Missouri 1884, married Edith
Kindred, eight children.

William Frank Stanbrough (with probably two records in the Colorado Department of Corrections) is buried in Florence, Colorado - born in Missouri August 13, 1883 -   February 1956 obit didn't mention wife, but he had one cousin, Mrs. Lloyd Kindred of Pueblo.


In 1880 Mercer County, Missouri Jacob Hagan, 30 is married to Hira, 16 - his mother Elizabeth 66 is with them.

March 8, 1900 - Leon Reporter, Leon Iowa - "the following marriage licenses have been issued the past week.... Samuel Hagan, 19 to Elizabeth Kindred, 18"

In 1900 Mercer County, Missouri Samuel and Elizabeth, newlyweds, are farming, with Port Leslie, 19, a farm laborer, boarding with them.

Jacob 43 and Hira 35 in Mercer County in 1900 have Gracie 11, Everett 8, and Viola 2.  Hira has had four kids, all living, so they have to be Samuel's parents.

On the same page is James Hagen - March 1859 and Anna May 1864, with seven kids still living = Alice 15, Clara 13, Thurman 11, Earl 8, Leo 6, May 3 and George 1, all born in Missouri.

In 1910 Jacob, Hira, Everett and Ada are still in Mercer County

1913 "Sam Haggan and wife visited at Sherm Kindred's Sunday."  Center news items

1914 "Mrs. Kindred and Mrs. Hagan started to Missouri Thursday for a three weeks' visit."

1914 "Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hagan, of some eighteen miles south of Yuma, left Monday evening for a month's visit with relatives and friends at Decatur, Iowa."

1914 "Sam Hagan is suffering with a boil on his jaw."

1915 "Sam Hagan has his new barn nearly completed."

Samuel Hagan proved up on two quarters in 4 and 5, 2S 47W in 1920, Jacob 320 acres in 3 and 4, 2S 47W, in 1917.

In 1920 Center precinct Samuel and Elizabeth, both 38 born in Missouri, are farming.

In 1930 and 1940 they're back in Harrison County, Missouri, farming.

Samuel Hiram "Sam"  -April 17, 1881 - September 1947 and  Hannah Elizabeth (Kindred)  January 8, 1882 - April 13, 1963 Hagan are buried in Lloyd Cemetery, Harrison County, Missouri.  (wonder if the Meltons buried there are the family of Witherbee, Yuma County)

Jacob Nealy Hagan - Dec 16, 1849-Nov 5, 1925 is buried in Bethel Cemetery, Mercer County

Jacob Nealy HAGAN was born   in Farmington Twsp, Clarion [then Venango] Co, Pennsylvania son of Samuel HAGAN & Elizabeth HEASLEY. He married Hira Hubbard YETTER 25d 4m 1879 in Mercer Co, Missouri. They were divorced in 1913 in Decatur Co, Iowa. He died 5d 11m 1925 in Eden Twsp, Decatur Co, Iowa.

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