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Phyllis Unknown

AncientFaces Member since May 26, 2015

Researching: Davis, Hunt, Weir, Byrd, Hickman, Baldwin, Huddleston, Humiston, Shawver, Humeston, Humaston

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Clarice Aulene Hickman, born 30 Aug 1903, Sterling, Rice, Kansas, married George Bonnell, and sister Norma Lois Hickman, born 18 Aug 1905, Sterling, Rice, Kansas, married Sid Wooldridge. Daughters of Overton "Doc" Hickman and Emma Harlan Hodges.
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Calvin Huddleston, son of Joseph Huddleston and Sarah Hess, born 29 Aug 1839, Kanawah Falls, Kanawha, West Virginia, died 30 Nov. 1925, Grangeville, Idaho. Obituary: CALVIN HUDDLESTON Calvin Huddleston was born at Kanawha Falls on the Kanawha River, Kanawha County, West Virginia, August 29, 1839. He died at Grangeville, Idaho, November 30, 1925, aged 86 years and 3 months, after a brief illness. He followed boating in early manhood, and was for awhile manager for the Snow Hill Company in West Virginia. In 1862 at the age of twenty three, he came west to Oregon by ox-team. Two brothers preceded him to the west. He did placer mining in Oregon, California, Idaho and elsewhere. He made three trips to Alaska, on the second of which he went far into the interior with no companions but his dogs. He engaged in trapping in later years up until last winter. He was a typical mountaineer, the city had no lure for him. In his last illness he wished to go to the hills. He never married and was not a member of any church or fraternal order. He is survived by three nieces and one nephew in the east. Respected by all who knew him, he was a manly man, just and generous, strong and courageous. His was the life of simplicity and sincerity, foolish fades and frivolous follies, he was free from and what ever was his beliefs, conceptions, ideals, and opinions, they are known only to God. Funeral was December 3, 1925, from E.S. Hancock undertaking parlors. W.N. Knox, minister officiating. A male quartet consisting of Messrs: Barber, Taylor, Ayears, and Bell, furnished the music. Interment at Grangeville Cemetery. Songs sang were Abide With Me and Farewell Brother. Rock of Ages was sung at the grave.
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Sam Wingrove, born West Virginia/Virginia, maybe grandson of John Wingrove and stepmother Sarah Hess? John E. Dempsey, born abt 1877 West Virginia, son of Harriet Frances "Fanny" Hickman born abt 1849 West Virginia and John E. Dempsey born abt 1842 Virginia.
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Obituary: MRS. MINOR A. CHAPPELL Mrs. Anna M. Chappell, 90, 211 West 6th, died Sunday night at her home after a long illness. Born Oct 9, 1873, in Oak Hill, W. Va., she moved to Reno County in 1882. She married Minor A. Chappell April 4, 1897, in Huntsville. He died in 1932. Member: Congregational Church, Royal Neighbors. Survivors: son, Harold E., Plains; seven grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral: 2 p.m. Wednesday, Johnson and Sons Chapel. Rev. Angus MacDonald. Burial: Huntsville Cemetery. (Son Harold mentioned in obit is a stepson. He took care of her until the day she died.)
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Anna Mary Hickman, born 9 Oct 1873, Oak Hill, Fayette, West Virginia daughter of John and Mary Miley Huddleston Hickman. Married Minor A. Chappell 4 April 1897 Huntsville, Kansas, died 13 Sep 1964 Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas.
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Anna Mary Hickman Chappell, born 9 Oct 1873, Oak Hill, Fayette, West Virginia, died 13 Sep 1964, Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas Dell Hamilton Creed, cousin to the Hickman girls, daughter of Amanda Jane Childres and Joe Hamilton. Sarah "Sallie" Tilden Hickman Humiston, born 30 Aug 1876, Oak Hill, Fayette, West Virginia, died 31 Oct 1949, Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas
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Amanda Jane Childres Hamilton, daughter of Nathan and Harriet Huddleston Childres. Born 1852, died 1941 Miami Co., Kansas. Nathan CHILDRES Self M Male W 56 VA Farmer VA VA Harriet CHILDRES Wife M Female W 50 VA House Keeper VA VA Kate CHILDRES Dau S Female W 25 VA At Home VA VA Jas. CHILDRES Son S Male W 22 VA Farmer VA VA Annie CHILDRES Dau S Female W 20 KS At Home VA VA John CHILDRES Son S Male W 17 KS Farmer VA VA Albert CHILDRES Son S Male W 14 KS At School VA VA Source Information: 1880 Census Middle Creek, Miami, Kansas
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Amanda Huddleston Coleman and daughters Sallie and Lillian. Amanda born about 1839 Virginia, died 1915 West Virginia "Sallie" Sarah Dorcas Coleman Tucker born 1870 West Virginia, died 1942 Lillian R. Coleman McGowan born 13 April 1873, died 10 Feb 1954
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Amanda Huddleston the daughter of Joseph Huddleston and Sarah Hess. Amanda born about 1839 Virginia and died 1915 West Virginia. Buried Coleman Cemetery, Deepwater, West Virginia married 1866 Mason Coleman, born abt 1839 Virginia. Mason COLEMAN Self M Male W 41 VA Merchant KY VA A.(Amanda) COLEMAN Wife M Female W 41 VA Keeping House VA VA Jas. M. COLEMAN Son S Male W 12 WV VA VA Sallie COLEMAN Dau S Female W 10 WV VA VA Lillie COLEMAN Dau S Female W 7 MO VA VA Joseph COLEMAN Son S Male W 6 MO VA VA V. C. COLEMAN Dau S Female W 1 VA VA VA Source Information: 1880 Census Kanawha, Fayette, West Virginia
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John Edward Hickman Jr. Born 12 Jun 1871 Oak Hill, Fayette, West Virginia Died 26 Jan 1906 Sterling, Rice, Kansas 1910 Census, Ingalls Twp. Gray Co., Kansas Dwelling # 52 John E. Hickman, head, age 38, single, born WV, parents born WV, farmer, general farm Obituary JOHN EDWARD HICKMAN John Edward Hickman was born in Fayette Co., West Va., June 12, 1871, and died June 21, 1910, aged 39 years and 9 days. He came to Miami Co., Kansas, with his parents in manhood. He removed to Gray county, Kansas, where he held his residence at the time of his death. The deceased had come to his old neighborhood where he expected to operate a threshing outfit this season arriving at the home of J. E. Connor, at the former home of the Hickman family, at 5 o'clock p.m., apparently in his usual health. He partook of a hearty supper at 7 p.m. and visited with those present after supper for 15 or 20 minutes, when he suddenly fell, without speaking a word or uttering a sound, and within 10 minutes, life was extinct. Ed, as he was known, was held in high esteem by his many friends in his western home and also at his old home. He leaves to mourn his loss, one brother Overton Hickman, and two sisters, Mrs. M. A. Chappell, and Mrs. F. S. Humiston, all of Hutchinson. The funeral services were held at the home of J. E. Connor in Medford township, Reno Co., Thursday, June 23, at 10 a.m. The services were conducted by Rev. W. L. Hinshaw of Burrton, assisted by Rev. L. E. Fahrney. The remains were laid to rest in Cottonwood cemetery at Sterling.
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