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Nancy E. Storie, son John Alexander Storie and his wife Ida M. , Logan.

In 1850 Jersey County, Illinois, John Coleridge is 54, Sarah 53, with Angeline 18, Sarah 16, EMILINE 10, Julia Ann 8, and James 33. If EMILINE is Nancy E., then she could likely have gone with sister Julia Ann McCluskey to Yuma County.
Julia and Emiline then probably are the aunts of Henry Claridge (James' son).
One tree said Francis Frank Storie married Emiline Claridge in Macoupin County, Illinois in 1868.
In 1870 Macoupin County, Illinois, Francis Storie is 46, farming, born in Scotland. Nancy E. is 32, John A. 6, Robert 4, and Mary A. nine months. In 1880 Fillmore County, Nebraska, Francis is 56, Nancy 41, John 16, Robert 14, Mary 10, and Lydia 5. The 1880 census of Jersey County, Illinois has a James Claridge 61, with Maria 44, Frank 18, Jenetta 15, Henry 8, (Henry was in Yuma COunty with uncle/aunt McClusky in 1900.) Viola 6, Cordelia 4, and Inez M. 1.
James Claridge 1818-1906 is buried in Grafton, Illinois, 20235781.
Francis Storie 1824-1884 is buried in Fillmore County # 73952252.
John Alexander Storie of Tobias is a second-year student at the Latin School of the University of Nebraska in 1884-1885.

In 1895 Crawford County, Kansas, J. A. Storie is 31, with Ida M. 29. With them is Nancy E. Storie, 56, all born in Illinois.
In 1900 Gage County, Nebraska, John Storie is a "Moulder" "born Nov 1863, with Ida April 1866. She's not had any kids, per this census.
Nancy 1838-1904 is buried in Norcatur, Kansas - Find A Grave Memorial# 40843696
In 1904 Custer County, Nebraska, John A. Storie was on a committee to make arrangements for a reunion of the G.A.R.

John A. Storie, son of Nancy E. Storie, Deceased, proved up a quarter in 18, 4S 43W in 1908. Witnesses were Marion Fellows, Austin Rowley, Julia A. McCluskey, and Alfred Kester.

In 1910 Idalia precinct, John A. Storie is 46, Ida M. 41, married 23 years, both born in Illinois. Ida's had three kids, none living. With them is Arthur Holmes, 12, an orphan, born in Colorado.
In 1915 Graham County, Kansas, J.A. Storie is 51, Ida M. 48, with Arthur H. Storie 17. B.F. Brady, 51, is living with them.
Arthur and Ida may have moved to Longmont Colorado - Arthur, born August 30, 1898, is farming for O J. Stephens in Longmont. Nearest relative is Ida Storie, and they both live on Pettit Street in Longmont.
Ida M. Storie married James B. McCreary in Denver July 10, 1928.
Benjamin F. Brady was with Francis Claridge in 1870 Jersey County, Illinois, age 6, as was William Brady 40. Ben is a nephew of Julia A McCluskey in 1920 Wray, age 55, and is there in 1930 and 1940.
Benjamin, a laborer, was living with his brother Burt's family in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1900, born February 1865 in Illinois.
In 1930 Wray, Benjamin is 66, and sister Lily Ackerman , divorced, 63, born in Illinois, a nurse is with him.
In 1940 Wray, Benjamin is widowed, living alone.
In 1900 Topeka,Kansas, Lillian Ackerman, no occupation, born Feb 1867 in Illinois, married nine years but no spouse, with son Ernest March 1892 Kansas. Her mother Mary E. Miller March 1837 Indiana - has had only two children, both living. In 1910 Topeka, all three are still there, but Mary Miller and "Mary Ackerman" are listed as divorced, and Ernest is listed as a nephew of Mary Miller.
In 1912 Oakland, Kansas, Ernest C. Ackerman lives at 327 Chester, Lillian Ackerman (Widow John) lives at 437 Green, and Mary E. Miller, housekeeper, boards at 437 Green.
Ernest Chester Ackerman registered with an Oakland, Kansas address, a gardener, born March 10, 1892, supporting his mother.
. October 1966 " TOPEKA (AP) — Ernest Ackerman, 72, was struck and killed by a hit-run driver here late Saturday, police reported. Ackerman was found on a street . Coroner Dr. J. L. Lattimore said he died of internal bleeding and other .injuries."
Ernest, dying October 12, 1966, is buried in Topeka, # 117664131. So is Lillian Mary Ackerman, dying May 1, 1963, # 117664157. There's a Mary Miller dying Dec 29, 1927 also buried there, # 120888012.
Robert Storie 1865-1950 is buried in Oklahoma City Find A Grave Memorial# 100204492.
According to "Yuma County Cemeteries" both Patrick McClusky, 1831-1904, and Julia Ann Claridge McClusky, 1840-1932, # 52184752 are buried in the Lansing Valley Cemetery south of Beecher Island (1 1/2 miles north of US 36) on County Road LL. Julia died Dec. 31, 1932. Buried Wray. Survived by a grand niece, Theda Soloman of YUMA , Colo.
Probably the Mary Ann (Storie) Reid buried in Norcatur # 40843514 is Nancy's daughter.
1897 Independence Kansas "Mrs. Ida M. Storie, a woman who was sent to the poor farm last week, was brought in yesterday by the sheriff to have a hearing on the charge of insanity but the hearing did not take place. The woman does not appear to be insane but has been ill for a long time and her nervous system is badly shattered. She said that her parents live at Morton, Kan., and that she wanted to go to them. Commissioners P. S. Moore and D. A. Cline were in town and directed that transportation to Morton be furnished her, and she was sent there last night." (this is probably a younger member of another family from Kansas/Oklahoma.)
ALBERT (Benjamin Brady's brother)
Benjamin, a laborer, was living with his brother Burt's family in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1900, born February 1865 in Illinois.
In 1910 Hastings, Nebraska, Robert W. Brady, 37, born in Illinois, married 13 years to Annie M. 31, Kansas. They have WSilliam 10, Earl D. 4, both born in Nebraska, and nephew Lester Brady, 14, born in Iowa.
Ella James, mother-in-law - age 50, born in Kansas, is living with them.
In 1920 Omaha, Albert is 47, a metal worker, born in Illinois, married to Corda M. 42, born in Missouri. They have Howard, 7, born in Nebraska.
In 1930 Omaha, Albert Brady is 58, Illinois, Corda M. 52, Missouri, with Howard A. 18, Nebraska.
Corda Brady was 62 married to Albert, 68, in the 1940 Omaha census.
1971 Maryville Missouri "Mrs. Ethel Patterson, Quitman, and Mrs. Zona Smithson, Mt. Ayr, Ia., returned Sept. 28 from a five- week visit in the state of California. They were called to Glendale by the serious illness of their aunt, Mrs. Corda Brady, who died while they were there. They also visited Mrs. Virginia Banes, Van Nuys; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brunk, Lancaster, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Stuck, Long Beach, and Mrs. George Kidney, Mesa, Ariz. "
1934 "The marriage of Miss Alvina Glebelhaus of Lincoln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Glebelhaus of Sutton, to Howard A. Brady of Lincoln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brady of Omaha, took place Wednesday evening in Syracuse."
1958 "The Congregational-Presbyterian Chapel at the University of Nebraska was the setting at 2 p.m. Sunday for the wedding of Miss Jane Ann Brady, daughter of Alvina Brady, and Frank P. Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. Ross of Omaha. "

Ann F. Brady, age 93, of Kansas City, Mo, died November 13, 2014 of natural causes. She was born April 19, 1921 at home in Omaha, NE, the youngest of 10 children of Stephen and Mary Watersey, immigrants from Austria-Hungary. Ann graduated from South High in Omaha, class of 1939, where she was active in the glee club and was a member of an all girls Hawaiian music and dance group. An avid athlete in her youth, she was recruited for the All American Girls Baseball League (AAGBBL), but prevailing parental customs of the time prevented her from joining. Ann married Howard A. Brady in Omaha, NE on January 5, 1943. Ann was an accountant for Union Pacific prior to her marriage. They had three children, Albert, Karen, and Denise, before moving to Cambria, CA in 1955, where she and Howard owned a motel and restaurant. In 1962, Ann and Howard sold their motel and headed to Southern California where she resumed her accounting career, retiring from Sears in 1981. Ann and Howard moved to Liberty, MO in 1997, where she became a member of Hosanna Lutheran Church. Ann was preceded in death by her husband, Howard; her parents, Stephen and Mary Watersey; an unnamed infant sibling; and 8 brothers and sisters, Vivian, Nicholas, Samuel, Charles, John, Helen, Mary Josephine, and Michael, and their spouses. She leaves behind three children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews and their families as well as beloved childhood friends. The family wishes to express their gratitude to Drs. Robert Boulware and Loren Barenbom, and also to Drs. Dennis Drews and Janice McGovney and the nursing staff at Riverside Nursing and Rehabilitation along with Hospice Advantage for their skillful and compassionate care. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the KU Cancer Center for Research, 4125 Rainbow Blvd., Suite 300, Kansas City, KS 66103 or to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, National Headquarters/Donations, 6520 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309. Ann will be interned at St. John's Cemetery in Bellevue, NE beside her husband of 63 years.
Karen S. Brady presented a doctoral dissertation at Ohio State University in 1982 on iron precipitates from acid coal mining.

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