Yuma County, Colorado
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Ora T. Kincaid
Ora proved up a quarter in 35, 2N 48W in 1891, next to William Horlocker's cash claim.
He might be the Ora T. Kincaid buried in Lincoln, Nebraska 1863-1935 # 70500072.
1880 Clay County, Nebraska
James Kincaid, born 1835, in IN, age 45, white, married, farmer, father b VA, mother b OH,
Sarah Kincaid, born 1850, in Norway, age 30, keeps house, father b Norway, mother b Norway,
Ora T. Kincaid, born 1864, in IA, age 16, son of James Kincaid,
Jennie L. Kincaid, born 1870, in IA, age 10, at school, daughter of James Kincaid,
Charlie M. Kincaid, born 1872, in IA, age 8 (Charles moved to Cheyenne County Kansas 1910-1919, and was the newspaper editor there, with daughter Kathryn L. eight months old.
Ora T. Kincaid age 26, married Etta T. Hill age 25, April 7, 1890, in Yuma, performed by minister S.J. Grier,, and Ora and "Ella" divorced in 1891.
She might be the Ella Hill in the 1880 census of Linn County, Iowa, 10 with parents Jeremiah and Harriett.
They're in Wheeler County, Nebraska in 1885, with Ella 15, Nettie 12, Ona 20 and Sarah 17, John 28.
Sadie Hill, daughter of Jerremiah Hil and Harriett Acord, married Herbert Cram in Merrick County, Nebraska July 31, 1915. She was 47, he was 52.
In 1900 Denver, Ora T. Kincaid born Oct 1863 in Iowa is a teamster, divorced, living with Walter and Lillian French.
In 1910 Denver, Ora "Kincade" is 45, doing odd jobs, in a lodgin house. The census lists him as born in New York.
Ora T. Kincaid married Ella B. Hanes August 1, 1912, recorded in Jefferson County, Colorado.
In 1920 Denver, Ora is a packer at a transfer company, married to Ellen H. 64 born in Ohio.
Ora "Kincid" is in Denver in 1930, a warehouse packer, 66 born in Iowa, with Barbara 75 born in Ohio.
Lincoln, January 13, 1936
"Petition for probate of the will of Ella E Macken who died Dec 22 at Palisade was filed in county court Monday by her son, Claude B Patrick of Lincoln, who was nominated executor The estate includes real and personal property/ In her will Mrs. Macken bequeathed. $.iO( to her brother, Ora T. Kincaid of Denver, and $50(1 to her sister Jennie I Gerrvy of Rohin.«dale, Minn. Three hundred dollars left to the following .... C«.x lar« eaeh G left to the following above, mingling w 'trardehUd-en .imnme Behrend*. Lincoln p 1 (includiftg of emer-i ve and inriirntine that he xvnJ lúitl r o ’ P-»’« Behrend. Trumbull . Fltzsbeth Patrick of Lincoln ....
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