Hiram Frederick Burrows and Lavinia C. (Gordon) (Jackson) Burrows

Albert Jackson married Lovina C. Gordon June 4, 1874 in Paulding County, Ohio, and Albert M. Jackson, born April 1852, died September 22, 1875, buried in Gordon Cemetery, Paulding County.  So Lovina's parents are probably buried in that cemetery.

In 1880, Frederick 23, born in Michigan and Lavinia 26, born in Ohio, Burrows are living in Paulding County, Ohio.  They have nine-month-old Carrie, and stepson Hudson Jackson, 6.

Joseph Gaston married Mary A. Woracek, both of Louisiana, Pike County, Missouri in Bowling Green on January 5, 1882.

Joseph H. Gaston married Mary A. Cochrane, both of Yuma, February 18, 1889 in Akron, by county judge Wm. Skelton.  Witnesses were L.O. Strons and Nola Aitkens.

1890 "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams returned from a visit to Hastings."

1892 "Joseph H. Gaston and H.F. Burrows, two farmers living near Yuma, got into a quarrel the other day and the latter was shot and killed."

Hiram F. Burrows proved up a quarter in 1892 in section 7, 1N 47W

Joseph H. Gaston a quarter in 1893 in section 20, Beeman Gaston a cash claim next to him in 1891, and George W. Gaston next to him in 1891.  So they were a couple of miles apart.



Gage County, Nebraska

In 1860 Paulding County, Ohio, George is 29, Susanna A. 28, with Marion W. 4. Jesse Brown, 69 is with them.
GEORGE W. GASTON, farmer, P. O. DeWitt, came to the State in 1869, and homesteaded on Section 2, Town 5, Range 5, and now owns 240 acres. Was born in Northampton County, Penn., February 22, 1830, and was raised in that State. In 1845, went to Paulding County, Ohio, where he followed farming. In May, 1864, he enlisted in Company A, One Hundred and Thirty-second Ohio Infantry, and served in the army of the Potomac at Petersburg. Was struck below the right knee by a piece of shell, making a severe wound, causing, at the present time, considerable pain. Was mustered out at Camp Chase, Ohio, as Orderly Sergeant, in 1865. Was married in Ohio, July 4, 1854, to Miss Susie Brown, who died in 1867, leaving two children--Marion W. and Joseph H. Mr. G. was married again, in Illinois, September 8, 1867, to Miss Rebecca Tronsoe. In 1867, moved to Marshall County, Ohio, where he lived until he removed to this State. Mr. G. has been Treasurer of Grant Precinct for the past nine years, and has been School Treasurer of the same precinct.

G.W. Gaston was in the Yuma G.A.R. post in 1895, for service in A, 132nd Ohio Infantry.
George applied for an invalid pension in March 1885, and then Rebecca applied for a widow's pension Nov 9, 1899.

George W. Gaston and Rebecca Gaston conveyed their quarter to Jane L. Callender for a note, and it was to be sold at auction in 1906.

They're probably the ones in Canon City Greenwood Cemetery - George W. Gaston, born Feb 22, 1830 - Oct 23, 1899,  and Rebecca 1834-1900.

J.H. Gaston was pardoned by Governor Davis H. Waite November 14, 1894

 Joseph H. Gaston is  in 1900 Canon City (where the prison is), a day laborer, born March 1864 in Iowa, married 11 years to Mary A, Dec 1866 in England.  Four children, only one living - Alice M. June 1890 in Colorado.  Mary immigrated in 1881. 

Canon City has a marker "In memory of our loved ones J.H. and M.A. Gaston" and FindAGrave has babies dying Nov 20, 1896, Sep 23, 1898, Dec 22, 1899, and Aug 31, 1901.

Joseph H. Gaston married Christie Renning May 12, 1906.

In 1910 Joseph H. Gaston, 47, is on the Flathead Reservation, Montana.  Alice M Staley, 21, daughter is married, but no spouse listed.  John H. Arnold, Joseph's grandson, 2, born in Colorado, is with them.

In 1920 Malheur County, Oregon Joseph H. is 57, living with Alice M. O'Toole and John Arnold 11

Alice as Margaret Gorman 9, Edgar Gorman 6, and Pearl O'Toole 2 - so she must have re-re-re-married.

In 1930 Alice M. Ramage is married to David A, and they're in Yakima, Wash.  Pearl O'Toole is 12, and they have Blance L. 7 and David J. 3.

In 1930 Joe H. Gaston 67 - born in Ohio? - works on a poultry farm in Whatcom County, Washington

Hiram F. is buried in the Yuma cemetery - 1892,

In 1900 Yuma County Lovina C, born Aug 1854 in Ohio, is widowed.  Glen F. Sept 1881 Ohio and Hudson Jackson Sep 1874 Ohio - all farmers.

In 1910 Hudson, 35, and Margaret, 29, are running a hotel on Weld Avenue.  They have Harland 8.

August 1899

Lovina married widower Frank M. Adams,  Nov 5, 1902,

Frank was born about 1857 in Missouri, and they're living on Weld Street in Yuma in 1910.  He's probably the Francis M. Adams who cash-claimed a quarter a mile south of Yuma in 1889.

December 1903 "Uncle Frank Adams has turned his store building into an opera house."

February 1904 "Preston Stepens has traded his ranch to Frank Adams for the old drug store property on the east side of Weld Avenue."

Hudson Waldren Jackson registered in Yuma, saying he was born September 21, 1874, and was married to Margaret Francis Jackson, running a general store.

In 1920 Hudson is running a general store, with Harland a salesman.  They have Lodene F., 7.Glenn F. 1946, Jennie C. 1935, Lynette (Freelove) 1940, and Dallas David 1948