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Jacob Houston, Lansing

Jacob cash-claimed a quarter in 11, 3S 43W in 1891. That land was owned by J.W. Hawthorne in 1920.   Given the many misspellings in the old cash-claim records, he might be a "Howston", or "Huston". Rosetta Amanda "Rosa" Houston married Henry Bruce Kenley, who claimed land a few miles away in 1892.

In 1900 Nuckolls County, Rosa said she was born October 1865 in Indiana, both parents born in Ohio.

In 1850 Delaware County Indiana, William Houston is 24, born in Ohio, no occupation. Mary Will, 20, also born in Ohio, no occupation, and William Wills/Wiles 58 born in Pennsylvania, with Jane 54 Ohio and William 23. (the census is out of order, with Mount Pleasant township containing the milddle of the District 24 listings.)
In Delaware County marriage records is Wills, Mary Jane - William Heuston Jan 29 1851 Book C2 475"
One tree said Wiliam Wills married Margaret Brown in Delaware County in 1852 and ided 1891.
In 1860 Delaware County, Indiana, William Huston is 33, Jane 30, Oliver H. 4, Elvina 3, and John seven months. Amanda Duly, 21, North Carolina is a house-laborer, and Hugh Huston 26 a farm laborer.
In 1870 Knox County, Indiana, William Houston is 43, Mary J. 40, both born in Ohio. Oliver P. is 14, Alvina 12, John 10, William 8, and Amanda R. 4, all kids born in Indiana.
In 1880 Knox County, Indiana, William Huston is 54, Perry 24, J. 19, Rosetta 15, Elvina 22, and Jane 50.

In 1900 Sailor Springs (where Rosetta married Henry Kenley) Clay County, Illinois, William Houston, farming, born Sept 1826 in Ohio, married 49 years to Mary J. May 1830 Ohio. She's had nine kids, three living. Wm. J., a carpenter at a school, born Aug 1861 in Indiana, is divorced, married six years. If Mary is the mother of the Yuma County Jacob Houston, the three kids living would be William, Amanda, and Elvina.
In 1910 Mary J. Houston, 79, widowed, born in Ohio, is living in Knox County with daughter ALVINA
In 1880 Knox County, Elvina is married to John Bond, 22, and John's brother Eugene 13. They have Estella, 1.
Alvina Bond, 52, married 31 years to John A. Bond, farming, 51, and their daughter Bertha S. 30, all three Bonds born in Indiana.
Estella, 41, is in Casper, Wyoming in 1920, married to Reed. L. 44, with Frederick 5. (Frederick Locke Haughton registered in Casper, born November 26, 1875 in Indiana.)

In 1930 Casper, Wyoming, Alvina is 71, widowed, living with widowed daughter Estella B. Haughton 50 and her son Frederick B. 16, born in Wyoming.
Estella and Alvina, now 82, are still in Casper in 1940.
Alvina Houston Bond 1857-1943 is buried in Oaktown, Indiana # 73863323.
Her daughter Bertha married a Fred Haughton.
1933 Emporia, Kansas - "Fred Haughton has opened a lunch stand in the south part of town on Highway No. 11"
1969 Emporia Kansas "A sequel of sorts, to "The Man Who Came for Dinner" was enacted today at the Paul Burris home, 1220 Walnut St, when Mrs. Burris's mother, Mrs. Fred Haughton, feli and fractured her ankle as she Was entering Fichtñer, also of Lebanon, came car to return to her home in Lebanon, Ind. Mrs. Haughton and another daughter, Mrs. Loren is scheduled to be there on She was admitted to St Mary's Hospital for treatment, then expects to spend several days at the Burn's home before she is able to travel. "

October 1966 - Terre Haute, Indiana "Mrs. Estella Bond Haughton, 88. died at 11:55 p.m. Monday at the Burnside Home at Marshall, 111. She was a retired school teacher and a member of the Oaktown Christian Church, Surviving are one son. Fred. Tulsa, Okla.; one brother. W. ... grandson. George. Tulsa, and one great-grandchild. Services will be at 1O a.m. Thursday Schulze Funeral Home of Oaktown, with Don Autreburn officiating. Burial will be in Oaktown Cenetery. Friends may call after 2 p m. Wednesday."
1945 Emporia Kansas " Funeral services for John Andrew Haughton, 46, former Emporia mechanic, who died unexpectedly at his home in Wichita Friday were held Tuesday morning at the St Mary's cathedral in Wichita. Burial Wichita Mt Calvary cemetery, Mr. Haughton was born near Madison February 12, 1899. He married Willmine Chambers jn 1924 at St. Mary's church, Maydale He worked as a mechanic in Emporia until about 1930 and was employed by. the Swallow Aircraft company. Wichita, at the time of his death. Ke is survived by his wife, a daughter, Pearl, and a son, John Richard at home; his mother, Mrs Pearl Haughton, Madison; three' brothers, Fred Haughton, Emporia- Frank Haughton, Medaryville, Ind.' Sylvester Haughton, Madison- four sisters, Mrs. Sarah Baysinger, Hart...ind Mrs. Eicher, Emporia, and Mrs Bertha Crowell, Matfield Green. Relatives and friends who attended the services were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haughton, Mr. and Mrs Laverne Eicher and Mrs. Katherine King, Emporia; Mrs. Pearl Haughton, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Haughton, Madison; Mr, and Mrs. Frank Haughton, Medaryville, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crowell, Matfield Green: Frank Kinnevan, Kansas City; Lon Shaw, Protection."

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