Yuma County, Colorado
Yuma County Pioneer Photographs:
Margaret J. (Nelson) Hambaugh, son Will Hambaugh, sister Sarah (Nelson) and Neal Peterson,
In 1865 Doniphan County, Kansas, Hans Nelson is 45, Aace 38, Sarah 14, Margaret 11, Matilda 9, Annie 2, Oliver four months, and a laborer Hans Olson 25.
In 1870 Doniphan County, Hans Nelson is 49, Aace 43, both born in Norway. Sarah 18 in Alabama, Margaret J. 14 Missouri, Matilda 11, Anna 7, Eli 5 (probably Ollie), and John W. nine months in Kansas.
1875 "The third term of tho fourth year of the Atchison Institute, closed on May 23th, 1875, with the following record: Number of students enrolled for the term, 45; average daily attendance, 40.
The following perfect in attendance for mree months. The following persons have been perfect in deportment: Maggie J. Hambaugb, East Norway, Kan.
These reaching from 05 to 99 per cent, in scholarship are: .... Maggie Hambaugh, East Norway."
(That area name is not a coincidence - a group of Norwegians came to the U.S. together.)
In 1877 the Kansas Normal Institute included a Mary Hambaugh of Doniphan County as a student.
In 1878 the Normal included M. Hambaugh of East Norway.
In 1880 Doniphan County, Kansas, M.J. Hambaugh is 26, born in Missouri, widowed, with Willie H. 7, born in Kentucky. She's the daughter of Osa Nelson 53, born in Norway. Annie 18 and Ollie 15 were born in Missouri.
In 1882 Donipahn County "Mrs. Hambaugh is teaching in District No. 72. She seems to be getting along nicely. She boards with the Clerk, A.C. Deaver."
Troy, Kansas 1891 " A couple of editors at Wymore, Nebraska, who had been in the disreputable
business of writing local scandal for the Kansas City Sunday Sun, were last week severely cowhided
by the wife of a railroad engineer, and compelled to retract.
Each took his medicine in turn, with great meekness, caused, probably, by the fact that the husband
of the woman stood by with a revolver. One of the victims of the tanning was young Hambaugh, formerly of East Norway, in this County. Served them right. Shooting is the proper treatment, but if the injured person does not wish to resort to that, cowhiding is a mild substitute. "
March 1891 "Will Hambaugh says he was not in Wymore when the other editors of his paper were cowhided by the angry woman. He did not write the piece, either. We are glad to hear this."
In 1891 Margaret J. Hambaugh proved up a quarter in 24, 1N 48W, about six miles south of Yuma.
In 1900 Margaret is in Atchison County, Missouri, a seamstress, born August 1853, widowed, living alone.
Her parents were in Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas in 1900, Hans June 1820, a carpenter, immigrating in 1847, with Aca February 1827, Anna H. March 1862 Kansas, and granddaughter Edith L. Hoffmeier June 1884 Kansas, father in Maryland.
(Edith was Matilda's daughter - she married Frank C. Hoffmeier and they're in Doniphan County in 1880. Frank C. 34, Matilda 21, and Nellie M. eight months.
Edith married Jessie B. White in St. Joseph, Missouri June 5, 1909, and they're in St. Joseph Missouri in 1920, with her father Frank Hoffmeier 74 Pennsylvania with them.
Frank Campbell Hoffmeier, born Jan 31, 1846, died Sept 14, 1923 in St. Joseph, to be buried in Moray.
April 7, 1905 Hiawatha "Miss Anna Nelson and Hans Nelson were called to Moray Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. Joseph Nelson's grandchild."
Brown County World - February 22, 1907 "Hans Nelson was born in Christiana, Norway, in June, 1820. At an early age he was confirmed and received into full communion with the Lutheran church, which was the state church of Norway. In 1864 Mr. Nelson came to New Orleans and a year later came to northeast Kansas near Moray where he made his home for many years. About 12 years ago he moved to
Hiawatha, where he spent the remainder of his earthly life.
About years ago he with his family placed their church letters in the Reformed
church of Hiawatha, where they found great joy and peace in working in
the interest of the Master's kingdom. Mr. Nelson died Feb. 14.
A short service was held at the home on Sunday at 2 o'clock after which the remains were taken to the old home church at Moray, where a church service was held attended by many of Mr. Nelson's old friends. Interment in the cemetery adjoining the church. Services conducted by his pastor, Rev. L. L. Hassenpflug.
He leaves four children, Mrs. M. J. Hambaugh, of Severance; O. T. Nelson, of Moray, Mrs. Peterson, of Montrose, Colorado, and Miss Anna Nelson, of Hiawatha. About 26 Hiawatha friends accompanied the body to Moray."
SARAH (Nelson) and NEAL PETERSON
(Sarah Nelson, born about 1851, married Neil Peterson, born about 1846, in Doniphan County April 21, 1874)
He must be the Neal Peterson who proved up a quarter in 1895 in section 14, 1N 48W, touching Margaret Hambaugh's claim.
June 15, 1900 "John Cochrane purchased 320 acres of land this week of Neal Peterson." John had proved up land next to them, and
They were in Montrose Colorado in 1900, farming, Neal April 1845 Denmark, married 26 years to Sarah Oct 1850 Alabama. Ella Jan 1880 Kansas, Hearsen May 1882 Kansas, Nora Sept 1884 Kansas, Clarence March 1888 Kansas, George Dec 1891 Colorado, Hazel Feb 1893 Colorado, and Nelson Nov 1896 Colorado.
In Jackson County, Oklahoma in 1910 Neal is 64, Sarah 59, George F. 19, Hazel M. 16, and Nelson 13.
In 1920 Oakland, California, Neal is 74, Sarah 69, with George 29 a farm laborer, and Nelson O. 26 a grocery salesman.
They're buried in Oakland California , Neal 1845-1924 # 123609224, Sarah 1850-1924 # 123609225.
"In Oakland. October 16, 1924, Sarah Peterson, dearly beloved wife of Neal Peterson and loving mother of Mrs. Nora S. Lashlee, Mrs. Howard Mock, Mrs. Hazel Mathisen, Herman, Clarence, George, and Nelson Peterson, snd sister of Ollie Nelson and Margaret Hambaugh, both of St. Joseph. Mo. A native of Louisiana, aged 74 years, 4 days."
In 1880 Custer County, Colorado, Harry Mock is 31, Sophronia 28, Lulu 11, Ernest 9, and Estella 4.
Lulu and Ernest were in the Rosita schools in 1882.
One very informative post explained the situation:
"Josiah B. WEEKS and wife Sophronia C. Scherer married Montrose Co, Ill. abt 1866. Children born there James, Lulu Ethel, Ernest. Estella born 1875 Kansas. Sophronia remarried Howard "Harry" MOCK late 1870s, lived Custer Co, Co. in 1880
and 1885. Children: Lucy, N. Lois, Guye E., Beth, Gladys. Lived in Montrose Co, Co. in 1900.
Josiah Weeks died January 12, 1874, buried in Ball Cemetery, Montgomery County, Illinois.
Lulu Ethel WEEKS md. Charles Vernon GOOCH in Ouray Co, Co. abt 1886. Children: Darwin, Ernestine, Harry Lee, Estelle Dolores, Freda Margaret "Winnie", Rita Rosita, and Frank Matthew. Lived also in Custer, Montrose, Dolores, and San Miguel Counties."
1888 Rosita, Colorado
In 1900 Montrose County, L.E. is 32, with Darwin 13, Ernestine 10, Lee (Harry Lee) 8, Estelle 7, Freda 4, and Writa 3.
In 1900 San Miguel County, Charles V. Gooch is living in a rooming house, born Nov 1849 in Illinois is a steward, married 15 years but no spouse.
In 1930 Santa Clara County, California, Charles V. is 82, widowed, living with daughter Ernestein an Dusen 41 and her husband Arthur 44.
Lulu E. Gooch died March 16, 1931 in San Francisco, agere 63.
Rita R. Griffis was born June 4, 1896, dying January 13, 1980 in San Francisco, mother Wicks, father Gooch.
Charles D. Gooch was born January 18, 1887, dying January 24, 1952 per SSDI, February 19, 1953 per California Death index.
1911 Montrose "Miss Ethel Mock went to Riverside Tuesday to spend one day with friends. She expects to leave Wednesday to spend the summer at her home in Idaho."
In 1900 Telluride, Colorado, Harry Mock, born April 1853 in Pennsylvania, married 24 years but no spouse, with son Howard H. June 1881 Colorado, both barbers.
Sophronia, who was with Harry in 1880 Custer County, Colorado, is in Montrose County in 1900, (on the same census page as Neal Peterson) She was born Feb 1850 in Illinos, with N Lois Sept 1885, George E. Nov 1887, Beth April 1891, and Gladys May 1893, all four born in Colorado.
In 1910 Montrose County, Sophronia is widowed, 60, with daughters Beth 19, a teacher, and Gladys 17, and grandson Billie Miles 4.
1885 Silver Cliff, Colorado "Miss Lulu Mock, of Rosita, is conducting a school at Blackburn.
It continues three months, and she is reported as giving general satisfaction."
September 16, 1910 "Robt. Allen and Miss Evangeline Beth Mock
two popular young people of Riverside, Montrose County, were married at the Baptist church
at one o'clock on Thursday by the Rev. H. MacD. Thompson.
There were about twenty invited guests besides the members of the family.
The bridesmaid was Miss Olive Hardwick and the best man was Guy Mock,
brother of the bride. Robert Allen is the son of Chas. Allen of Riverside and is an industrious and popular young fellow.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Harry Mock of Riverside and a sister of Howard Mock, formerly a barber in this city.
The bride is well known and has many friends here.
The couple will make their home on the Allen ranch at Riverside. "
Beth Evangeline Allen 1891-1985 is buried in Montrose # 8110903, with Robert Morrell Allen 1882-1961.
1911 Montrose "Miss Gladys Mock departed Friday for Denver, where she will take up the summer course at Barnes Business college."
1901 Silverton, Colorado "Miss Pauline Worth, who has charge of the day shift
at the central telephone office for the past two months, was compelled to seek
a lower altitude on account of poor health and will depart for California,
where her mother resides. The station made vacant by Miss Worth will be occupied
by Miss Lois Mock, sister of Mrs. Thos. Clark. Miss Mock arrived from Montrose
this week "
(Estella Clark had married Thomas H. Clark May 12, 1896, recorded in Montrose County - so she might be a cousin, not a sister)
"At Montrose, Tuesday, May 12, Miss Stella Mock and Mr. Tom Clarke,
of Silverton. The bride is the daughter of Harry Mock, an old time resident
of Ouray. Mr. Clark is manager of the Silverton electric light plant.
After a trip to Colorado Springs and Denver the happy couple will go to Silverton to live. The bride received many presents from her friends in Ouray."
In 1900 Silverton, Colorado, Thomas H. Clarke July 1870 New York, Estelle March 1876 in Kansas, have Thomas Feb 1897 and Dewey H. Augu 1898.
1904 "Mrs. T.H. Clark, of Silverton, and her two sons were in Ouray this week. She formerly resided here, and is en route to Los Angeles for the winter, after a brief visit with her mother, Mrs. Harry Mock, at Montrose."
1907 Durango "Mrs. Thomas H. Clark, who has been in Denver all winter, was en route to Silverton last evening."
In 1910 Denver, Thomas H. Clarke is an electrician, Lillian E. 32 is a physician, with Thomas 13 and Dewey 11.
In 1914 Denver Estelle is practicing medicine at 1404 Tremont Place.
September 29, 1916 " Shortly before the father of. Dr. L. Estelle Sibbald died,
he asked her to visit an old gold claim of his at Copperopolis, in this state.
Mrs. Sihbald's father was Henry Mock, veteran mining man of Colorado and California.
Leaving her home at Denver, .Mrs. Sibbald visited the claim, but found it worthless.
Afflicted with poison oak, Mrs. Sibbald went to Los Angeles for treatment.
While there she heard of the abandoned Crossett gold mine and a supposedly valuable gold ore ledge.
"I investigated this old claim and soon became convinced it was a good thing," said Mrs. Sibbald. "I have an option on it and the money will soon be forthcoming to work it." The mine is located near the noted Utica gold mine. Mrs. Sibbald and her husband are well known in Denver society."
Nov. 12 1916 Sacramento, California
W. F. Badke, a mechanical engineer of Denver, Colo., has arrived in this city to look after the work of the Estelle gold mine. He will direct the Installation of the machinery, whicn will arrive on the property within a few days. Badke is a mining man of several years' experience, operating in Colorado and Western states. He has a good word for the mines in the vicinity of Angels Camp, and claims that mills in this district are better equipped than those of Colorado. Badke made a thorough examination of the Estelle mine. He speaks very favorably of the rock on account of its free milling. The Estelle Gold Mining company is a recent incorporation, with a capita! stock of 150,000 shares, par value of $1 each. The property is located on the westerly side of the Mother Lode, several miles from Angels Camp. The company has been financed In Denver during the last few weeks to cover preliminary operation and a Straub ten-stamp mill will be shipped to the prop-
©rty from Oakland during the coming week. This mill is portable, being designed for convenient operation of mining properties during the early stages of development. The property consists of a claim upon which high grade values been op>ene*d on the surface, together with considerable quantities of low grade material. Dr. Estelle Sibbald, known to the medical profession of Denver, is the moving spirit in this enterprise.
Estelle Sibbald is a farm manager, widowed in 1920 Calaveras County, California, 43, with a partner Ernestine Gilmore 31 Colorado, a farm laborer, married but no spouse.
One partner on the farm was Mary Warner MacManus and her husband James. Mary was a physician in 1910 Denver.
In 1940 Estelle is living alone in San Francisco.
Lillian Estelle Sibbald was born March 3, 1881 at Atchison, Kansas to Harry Mock and Sophronia C. Scherer, dying March 25, 1944 in San Mateo County, mother's maiden name Grantham....as Lillan Estelle Sibbald.
FindaGrave # 87619923 has her buried in Colma, California.
March 22, 1944 "DR. LILLIAN SIBBALD, Redwood City, died at Mills ....night after a ....
She was a guest at the Benjamin Franklin hotel when first taken ill over a month ago. Her home was in San Francisco. A retired physician, she was a native of Atchison, Kansas, and was the widow of the late George Sibbald. She had practiced medicine in Colorado and San Francisco. Besides her son, Thomas, she leaves another son, Dewey H. Clarke, of Manteca, and a brother, Howard Mock, of Oakland.
Services were held this afternoon at 9:30 o'clock from the chapel of Patterson . O'Connell, 126 Second avenue. The Rev. John Wilkins of the Burlingame Methodist church officiated. Interment took place at Cypress Lawn Memorial park."
Thomas H. Clarke 1870-1960 and his second wife Olive R. (Church)(Wyley) (Strickland) Clarke are buried in Olathe, Colorado.
1903 "Among the other improvements made last year was the erection of a school
house which is now open to the Eureka youngsters with Miss Lois Mock as teacher.
Eureka is nine miles north of Silverton."
"Loys" Mock married R. C. Miles May 16, 1904, recorded in San Juan County, Colorado.
"Silverton had a romantic wedding last Monday at the residence of Mrs. Charles Shaw. R.C. Miles of Howardsville came to Silverton the evening before to visit with friends, and when on the streets he met Miss Lois Mock of Montrose, a teacher in the Eureka school last year. Mr. Miles and Miss Mock had been sweethearts years ago, but becomeing separated, the fire of love had waned. At this meeting all burst forth anew and they were not long in coming to an agreement that life's journey should be traveled together. Life's battles met with combined force, and in less than an hour after their meeting Rev. J. Challen Smith, pastor of the Congregational church, had pronounced the words uniting them forever. Mr. and Mrs. Miles will take up a permanent residence at Eureka."
Ross C. Miles and Lois E. Miles divorced in Montrose County in 1908>
1911 Montrose "Mrs. Lois Miles and small son, Billy, left Wednesday for a visit in Gunnison."
June 1911 "After spending some time in Montrose, Mrs. Lois Miles left Monday for an indefinite stay in Los Angeles. "
Ross C. Miles then married Ovalee White June 21 1914 in Montrose County.
"Harry" Mock 1852-1907 is buried in Montrose # 99554655. So is Sophromia (Carlin) Mock buried 1925 # 99554675.
April 18, 1912 "The Sanitarium was once more the scene of a happy union last Wednesday
when Mr. Guy Mock claimed Miss Clara Goodacre as his bride.
They will reside on the Mock ranch west of Riverside. "
Guy Eli Mock 1886-1945 is buried in Montrose # 99554528. He was born at Rosita, Colorado to Harry Mock and Sophrona C. "Shearer."
February 2, 1901 San Miguel County (Colorado) Examiner:
"Howard Mock of Telluride, and Miss "Etta" Peterson were married at the home of the bride's parents, near Montrose,
last Sunday, the ceremony taking place at 10 o’clock.
The groom is a well known young man of our city, and is the son of Howard Mock,
proprietor of the reading room barber shop. He has lived in Telluride for some time
and is favorably known to our people as a young man of industry and sterling worth.
The bride is from Uncompahgre, where she numbers a large circle of admiring friends and acquaintances, and is welcomed in Telluride.
The young couple have gone to house keeping, and a host of friends extend the wish for a long and happy period of marital happiness.
In 1910 Montrose County, Colorado, Howard Mock is farming, 28, with Ella 30 born in Colorado, Spencer 8, Lloyd 6, Ellard 2, all born in Colorado. Clarence Peterson, Ella's brother, 22 is with them.
Howard H. M. Mock registered for WWI in Montrose Colorado, farming, with wife Ella M. Mock.
They're farming in 1920 Montrose County, Howard 38, Ella 34 Kansas, Spencer M. 18, Lloyd A. 16, Eldred G. 12, and May B. 6, all born in Colorado.
Howard registered for WWII in Oakland, living at 2445 65th, born June 9, 1881 at Rosita Colorado, a barber.
Ella May (Peterson) Mock 1880-1963 is buried in Oakland # 128443432, with Howard Malcom Mock 1881-1946 # 116236627
Nelson Peterson's WWII registration said he was born Nov 16, 1896 at Montrose.
Spencer Nelson Mock 1901-1976 is buried in Los Angeles County # 71419695
Ellard G. Mock is in San Diego in 1940, single, living alone, 32, born in Colorado, a machinist.
He's buried in San Diego August 9, 1907- February 1, 1996 # 102295058.
May Bell Mock was born August 11, 1913 at Montrose, Colorado, name as Krauss in 1941. She died Nov 25, 1986 in Alameda County, California.
May B. Mock lives at 1600 35th in 1941 Oakland.
A family member said that May and Fred were buried at Piedmont - Mountain View Cemetery.
1974 "Jean Evelyn Comerford of Sausalito became the bride of Frederick Howard Krauss of Oakland in a ceremony at Star of the Sea Church in Sausalito on April 6. They will live in Sausalito after a trip to Cabos San Lucas in Baja California. Jean was attended at the ceremony by her sisters Carol Wallgren of Auburn as matron of honor and Mary Marvier of Novato as bridesmaid. Mike McNevin of Tiburon served as best man, and Tommy Krauss of Oakland ushered at his brother's wedding. The reception was given at the Caprice restaurant in Tiburon. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Joseph Comerford of San Francisco.
A graduate of Abraham Lincoln High School in San Francisco, she attended California State University, San Francisco and w as graduated from Dominican College. Jean is employed by Pacific Manor School in Pacifica.
Frederick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krauss of Oakland. Now employed by Western Pacific in San Francisco, he is a graduate of Castlemont High School in Oakland and Armstrong College."
Monica Evelyn Comerford of San Francisco, mother of Mary Marvier of Novato and Jean Krauss of Sausalito, died at home Thursday, Dec. 29, 1988. She was 86.
Mrs. Comerford was born in Boonton, N.J., and had lived in San Francisco since 1941. She and her husband of 54 years, James Comerford, also lived for 13 years on Alcatraz Island where he was a prison guard.
She worked for 44 years for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., retiring as a supervisor.
Mrs. Comerford also is survived by a third daughter, Carol Wallgren of Auburn, and seven grandchildren.
Private inurnment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma.
June 18, 1923
Lloyd Mock is in Oakland in 1940, a clerk in a lumber yard, 37, married to uth, 29.
In 1941 they live at 9220 D in Oakland.
Lloyd Adare Mock, born Oct 7, 1903 in Colorado, died Sept 29, 1984 in Alameda County.
Per one post, George Peterson married Maxine Marie Hunt in 1923 in Oakland, and then she married Edward Haynes in 1935.
In 1930 Oakland, George is 39, a lumber mill worker, married to Marie 42 Mexico. He was first married at 32, which matches a 1923 marriage to Maxine. Marie's son Ernest E. Hunt 21 and daughter Maxine 16 were born in California.
In 1940 Oakland, California, George is 49, born in Colorado, working for the county, married to Marie, 53 born in Mexico.
George Franklin Peterson's WWII registration said he was born December 5, 1890 at Yuma, Colorado.
He was working at the county court house in Oakland.
His reference was Marie A. Peterson, of the same address of 2208 34th, Oakland.
Marie Agusta Peterson, born to mother Storch and father Diazomora in Mexico Feb 2, 1885, died Dec 6, 1982 in Alameda County.
She's buried in Hayward, California # 136427371.
In 1920 Santa Cruz County, California, Hazel is married to farmer Fredrick Mathisen, 31 Norway, immigratin gin 1902, naturalized in 1912. They have Frederick D. 4 and Dorothy 2, both born in Califronia.
Hazel Mathewson is divorced in 1940 Oakland, living alone, a seamstress.
Nora Lashlee is in San Bernardino in 1920, 34, Kansas, with Claude H. Lashlee, 29, Nebraska, a physician. They have Nellie M. twenty months and Neal Albert two months.
Nora Sophia Lashlee, born Sept 26, 1883 in Kansas, died July 4, 1952 in San Bernardino County, father Peterson.
Nora S. Lashlee 1884-1952 is buried in San Bernardino, California # 137496925, with Claude H. Lashlee 1880-1954.
On the same vault door is Nellie M. Riley 1918-1966.
Clarence R. Peterson registered for WWI in San Diego, California, born March 8, 1888 at Hiawatha, Kansas, single, a machinist.
Harvey E. and Elvereta M. Cox live at 244 W. Cedar in 1919 San Diego. Clarence R. Peterson lives at the Golden West Hotel.
In 1922 San Diego Star Machine Co (C.R. Peterson & H.E. Cox) are motor repairers front of W. Beech.
Clarence lives at 1654 Union.
In 1930 Clarence is in San Diego, married - but spouse and occupation and age are illegible.
"The original owner, designer, and patent holder of the Shell Reloading Machine was C.R. Peterson. The first shop was at the end of Beach Street in San Diego near the docks. Star moved to 418 10th Ave in 1935 and remained there until they closed their doors. The company made brass irrigation sprinklers for citrus and avocado farms and was a family operation through all the years. Peterson's nephew, Elard Mock, helped in the design of the first Star presses, although Peterson's name appears on all the patents.
In the 1950's Elard Mock and Willis Brenizer bought the company from Mr. Peterson and Star Machine Works and it was one of the oldest, if not the oldest, family-owned business in the reloading industry at that time. Elard worked for the company for over 57 years. Star had an impressive list of calibers including .30 Carbine, .32 ACP, .32 S&W Long, .380, 9mm Luger, .38 Super, .38 Special, .357 Magnum, .41 Magnum, .44 Special, .44 Magnum, .45 ACP, and .45 Long Colt."
In 1940 San Diego, Clarence is 58 born in Kansas, proprietor of a machine shop.
Blanche E. is 58, born in New York. They must have been doing well, because Hattie A. Elinger, 58, divorced, born in Kansas, is a housekeeper.
Clarence Raymond Peterson registered for WWII in San Diego, working at a machine shop at 418 10th Avenue.
He and Blanche are living at 2014 Date.
In 1947 Clarence R (Blanche E.) are living at 2536 San Marcos Avenue, San Diego.
Clarence died September 20, 1972 in San Diego County.
Oliver T. Nelson married Mary H. Hoverson in Doniphan County April 9, 1893.
The Troy, Kansas I.O.O.F. was organized September 23, 1868, with W.H. Hambaugh a charter member.
In 1870 Doniphan County, William H. Hambaugh is 27, living with the Leah Speak family.
W.H. Hambaugh married Maggie Nelson in Doniphan County December 12, 1870.
In 1870 the White Cloud newspaper reported fees of $19.10 paid to Frank Brown, District Clerk, in the case of State vs. Wm. H. Hambaugh.
September 12, 1878, Troy Kansas.
Margaret is in Doniphan County, Kansas in 1910, living with brother O.J. Nelson, farmer 45 and his family.
In 1918 Severance, Doniphan County is "Mrs. M. J. Hambaugh, milliner"
Margaret is living alone in 1920 Buchanan County, and died there April 2, 1926. She was the widow of William H. Hambaugh, and was born August 24, 1853 to Hans Nelson and Aase Nelson..
She was to be buried in Moray, Kansas.
In 1880 Holt County, Missouri, Fannie Doughty is 13, born in Missouri, with Charles A. 41 and Harriet 34, Vera B. 10, Zina H. 8, and Cora A. 2.
Will H. Hambaugh married Fanny C. Doughty in Holt County August 1, 1895.
The history of the Craig church says "On January 19, 1896, their new house of worship was dedicated, Rev. Warner preaching the dedicatory sermon. The building and furnishings cost $2,400; a debt of S700 existed at the completion, but this was wiped out on the earnest solicitation of Presiding El der Bentley who was present at the f dedication, among the liberal subscribers to remove this deficiency were Dr. Benson Bond and wife. Mrs Fannie Doughty-Hambaugh, wife of the editor of the Craig Leader was present, and presided at the organ, during these exercises."
Fanny Bell (Doughty) Hambaugh is buried in Fairfax, Missouri 1869-1931 # 94821032, with William Hanson Hambaugh 1872-1943 # 94821050.
Her parents Charles Able Doughty 1839-1913 and Harriet S. (Price) Doughty 1848-1890 # 31221320 are buried in Craig, Holt County, Missouri.
Fanny's sister Vena B. Perrin 1872-1955 is buried in Kansas City # 69944098.
Sister Zua H. Doughty married Dr. L.D. Ebright in Holt County, Missouri Nov 20, 1901.
(she was living with sister Vena Perrin in 1900 St. Joseph, Missouri.)
Zua married Edwin Ebright, and they're in Enid Oklahoma in 1910, and in Wichita, Kansas in 1940 Edwin is a surgeon 61, born in Illinois, Zua 58 Missouri.
Josie Netherland born May 1880 in Kentucky is a daughter with Charles April 1839 in New York, with Jennie March 1853 Kentucky, married 18 years. Virginia 26 and Josie one month are in Trimble County Kentucky in 1880, with John A. 31, John 4,a nd Hattie 1.
Josie and Jennie moved out to Los Angeles - in 1920 Josephine Adkins is 32, widowed, with son John 12 born in Ohio, father in Ohio.
Virginia Doughty 1853-1937 is buried in San Gabriel, California # 136426466.
On the same stone is Virginia Netherland 1885-1948 and Josephine Ayres 1889-1956.
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