Yuma County, Colorado
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November 9, 1888 "C. Varney will sell at public
auction on Saturday November 17, horses, a fine jack, cattle, farming
implements, blacksmith tools and many other articles at his farm on n-w
1/4 5 5-46. His terms are easy, and it will be a good opportunity to
buy. Mr. Varney will move his family to Holyoke." THIS FARM
WAS IN YUMA COUNTY
March 22, 1889 "C. Varney
moved his dwelling house to west Holyoke Wednesday.
IDA BUTLER VARNEY
Ida almost certaily knew Frank's sister Alice (Varney) Turney in Akron, Colorado.
1891 Akron, Colorado
October 28, 1892 Akron Colorado.
August 26, 1892 Akron "Mrs. Reed / Rood? and daughter of Chicago are visiting Mrs. Butler."
March 1895 the meeting of the Epworth League in Akron included recitations by Ida Butler and Matie Butler.
September 1895 Akron "Miss Matie Butler is assistant to the principal of the Fort Morgan public schools."
"Miss Matie Butler is expected home this evening from Fort Morgan to remain over Sunday with her mother."
August 1896 Akron "Miss Ida Butler reached home yesterday morning from Chicago."
Mrs. Effie Butler is a dressmaker in 1894 Akron Colorado, and W. B. Colvin is a real estate agent there.
November 1897 "Switchman John Humphrey has moved his family from McCook and lives in the building formerly occupied by Mrs. Butler."
1897 Akron "W. B. Colvin came down from Denver Monday, on business."
William B. Colvin dying May 24, 1929, is buried in Denver # 92920650.
August 1897 Akron "Miss Ida Butler accompanied Mrs. Stokes home from Denver, and will cultivate the young ideas at the Star school this winter."
September 17, 1897 "A trip to the building on Wednesday found a large force at work painting and oiling floors, arranging the hot water registers, cleaning floors and removing litter, which showed a determination to have all ready for school work at the time set.
"The assignments of teachers are as follows:
"W.W. Remington, principal; First Grade, Miss Susan Goddard; Second and Third Grades, Miss Jenni Putnam; Fourth and Fifth Grades, Miss Baker; Sixth and Seventh Grades, Miss Matie Butler; Eighth Grade, High School Miss Barbeau.
"The seats and furniture are being placed in position now, and the heating apparatus was tested and found to do the work well.
"It does one good to see the large, airy and well lighted and ventilated rooms, which have been provided for our children, giving assurance of health for them through their home school life.
"Of the instructors, Prof. Remington and Misses Goddard and Butler are now entering upon their third terms, each having proven themselves properly placed, their work speaking of itself, and we have no doubt the new ones will prove equally well fitted."
1897 Fort Morgan
1899 Fort Morgan
In 1900 Denver, Mrs. E. Butler born February 1858 in Michigan, widowed, is a dressmaker. Mary E. Dec 1876 and Ida M. Oct 1878, both school teachers born in Kentucky, father born in Illinois, are with her. So is boarder W.B. Colvin born October 1868 in Nebraska, a bookkeeper.
Ida M. Butler was in Denver in 1910, 28, born in Kentucky, with mother Effie J. Butler, 52 born in Michigan.
She was with E. Butler in 1900 Denver, and sister "Mary E.". In 1903 at 2449 Dunkerd Place are Effie J., Ida M. a teacher, and "Matie E." a teacher.
In 1910 Denver, Effie J. Butler is 52, Ida M. 28 a clerk in a treasurer's office, and William B. Colvin 47 a clerk in an insurane company.
Mary E. Butler married Albert E. Phelps on June 12, 1907, recorded in Denver.
In 1910 Denver, Matie E. Phelps is 33, with Albert E. 39 a lumber dealer - this is his second marriage, her first.
Albert is a lumber dealer in Los Angeles in 1930, born in Iowa, with Matie 53.
Matie, born December 10, 1876 in Kentucky, died July 22, 1948 in Los Angeles County,
She's buried in Los Angeles County # 27891298.
So is Albert 1870-1947, # 27891313 saying he was born in Massachusetts, mother Esler.
Carrie C. Baer had married William H. Toshack in Mahaska County January 25, 1872.
Carrie Toshack married C.H. Phelps in Osceola, Iowa on May 1, 1879.
In 1878 Cyrus H. Phelps of Oskaloosa was elected a Grand Officer" of the Iowa Masons.
In 1880 Mahaska County, Iowa, C. H. Phelps is an agent for "Iowa M. S.", 37, with Carrie 26, Bertie 10, stepson Ernest 7, and John sone month old.
In 1885 Mahaska County, Iowa, Cyrus H. Phelps is 41 born in New York, \ a merchant in boots and ??, with Carrie E. Phelps, 31. Bert is 14, and Ernest is 4.
The building at 118 First Avenue in Oskaloosa "1889 - Miss Bobbitt, dressmaker;
Upper, C.H. Phelps Co., Boots (E.H. Gibbs, Pres.) "
In 1890 Oskaloosa "Mr. Cyrus H. Phelps has purcahsed an interest and now become a partner in the Wells furnace company, and will take the road in the interest of teh business."
In 1891 Cyrus was granted a veterans pension.
July 22, 1892 Akron, Colorado
1893 Akron "The petition of Cyrus H. Phelps, a Past Commander of De Payen's Commandery No. 6, Oskaloosa, Iowa, now a member of Akron Commandery No* 21, for membership in this Grand Commandery, was presented and referred to Sir Knights
8. A. 8HEPPERD,
L. N. G BEEN LEAF.
The Committee afterwards presented their report, and he was duly elected.
August 1897 Akron "Mrs. Lottie Phelps returned home from Denver this week.
November 25, 1898 "Bert Phelps, of Brush, was in Akron yesterday."
Albert F. Phelps and Charlotte Phelps divorced in Washington County, Colorado in 1898.
Cyrus born June 1844 in New York, widowed, and Albert August 1870 in Iowa, single, are lumber dealers in 1900 Fort Morgan.
1902 Greeley, Colorado THIS IS A DIFFERENT ONE
1903 Fort Morgan "Bert Phelps, manager of the R.M. Lumber Company yards at Brush, was a visitor in town Wednesday."
In 1904 Albert E. Phelps and Cyrus H. Phelps were members of the Fort Morgan Masonic Lodge.
Ernest Toshack might have ended up in Brooklyn, New York, dying 1922 # 174090823.
September 1927 "Prof, and Mrs. Gibson, who came to California from Boston about three months ago, and have been the guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Phelps on West Center street since their arrival, have purchased a handsome Spanish bungalow at San Clemente, where -they expect to make their permanent home."
December 13, 1929 "Funeral of William Gibson, a cousin of Albert E. Phelps of 402 West Center street, Covina, occurred last Saturday, December 7th, with the service at San Clemente and the interment with the ritual of the San Clemente Masonic lodge, at Oakdale cemetery, Covina.
Death was the result of a nervous breakdown and other complications.
Surviving are the widow and a son, Theodore Gibson, residing in Maiden, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson came to Covina two years ago from Maiden, Massachusetts, spending the summer with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Phelps. They then went to San Clemente to make their home, Mr. Gibson serving tho new city as deputy city clerk.
Previous to coming to California his life was devoted for many years to teaching in the Maiden seminary, and other schools on the Atlantic coast. Mr. Gibson was of a kindly disposition and, during his brief residence in San Clemente, won his way into the hearts of the people of that city."
1- My dad Vernon Edward Varney
2- his dad Edward Walker Varney M Jessica Visscher
3- his dad Edward Wellington Varney
4- hid dad Charle Varney M Carrie A Leland
5- his dad Daniel Varney M Prentice Burden
6- hid dad Joseph Varney M Sarah Beede
7- his dad Samuel Varney M Mary Varney
8- his dad Ebenezer Varney M Mart Ottis
9- his dad Humphrey Varney M Esther & Sarah Starbuck
10- his dad William Varney M Bridget Knight. so where does this John Varney fall into line that you are talking about.
Thanks for any clarification you can offer.
Sue Varney Pyper
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