Charles Clifford Crockett Invention

Below is an invention of Charles Clifford Crockett, son of Samuel Kelly Crockett and Sarah Elizabeth Hackney and brother of this blog’s Vera Crockett. He married Dena Montgomery, child of James Montgomery and Ellen Nott, and had children Luther and Clydene. Sept. 30, 1930. C. C CROCKETT 1,777,197 PORTABLE CABLE REEL Original Filed Aug. 24, […]

Location of Heaston and Scarborough Families in Doniphan Co., Kansas

Below are the locations of the Heaston and Scarborough families in Doniphan County, Kansas, who had moved there from Ohio. This has been of interest to me as Isabel McKenney was said to be Ioway and these families located on and next the Ioway reserve, along with others from the same area, this after Isabel […]

Obituary of Belle Sparks McKenney

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Belle Sparks McKenney was the daughter of James Sparks and Carrie Burch, and wife of George W. McKenney Jr. Larry McCombs supplied Belle’s obituary: Mrs. G. W. McKenney Belle M. SPARKS, daughter of James and Carrie SPARKS, was born January 14, 1868, in Shelby County Illinois, and departed this life, December 28, 1935, at the […]

Van Caldwell and W. W. Baker and the Sac and Fox Agency

Van Caldwell, b. 1799, was brother of Paris Caldwell, b. 1816, who married Margaret Ellen Hackney in 1845 in Wapello Co., Iowa. She was sister of William S. Hackney (direct line of this blog) and daughter of William Hackney and Sarah Shannon. In 1849 in Wapello County, Iowa, W. W. Baker, son of Joshua Wells […]

Elmer C. Wheeler married Eva Rogers

Though Elmer Wheeler is not immediate family line, I find it often useful with family history to get a better picture when we know not only what was going on with family but with their extended relations and neighbors. Elmer C. Wheeler married Eva Rogers in 1903, a cousin of Antwine Rodman who married May […]

J. R. Pearson married Rosa DeNoya

Though J. R. Pearson is not family, I find it often useful with immediate family history to get a better picture when we know not only what was going on with immediate and extended relations, but also with neighbors, and the Pearson family resided beside Addie McKenney McWhirt for many years in Osage Indian Territory […]

L. A. Wismeyer

Though L. A. Wismeyer is not a direct line relation, I find it often useful with family history to get a better picture when we know not only what was going on with family but with their relations. Wismeyer was married to Aggie Huffaker, daughter of Thomas Sears Huffaker and Eliza Ann Baker. Eliza, a […]

James Bird Jones married Laura Mae Revelett

Though neither James Bird Jones, nor his wife, Laura Mae Revelett, are family, I find it often useful with family history to get a better picture when we know not only what was going on with family and immediate and extended relations, but also with neighbors, and the Jones family was lifting next to our […]

Thomas Sears Huffaker

Thomas Sears Huffaker was the husband of Eliza Ann Baker Huffaker, daughter of Joshua Wells Baker and Agnes Miller Inghram. Joshua Baker was a blacksmith for the Sac and Fox in Iowa. Eliza’s brother, W.W. Baker, on March 4 1849 in Wapello County, Iowa, married Isabel Frances “Fanny” Hackney”, daughter of William Hackney and Sarah […]

Eliza Baker Huffaker Obituary

Eliza Ann Baker Huffaker was a daughter of Joshua Wells Baker and Agnes Miller Inghram. Joshua Baker was a blacksmith for the Sac and Fox in Iowa. Eliza’s brother, W.W. Baker, married Isabel Frances “Fanny” Hackney” on March 4 1849 in Wapello County, Iowa. Isabel was a daughter of William Hackney and Sarah Shannon. Though […]

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