Saturday, September 22, 2018

Book Of The Week: An Illustrated History of Nobles County, Minnesota


An Illustrated History of 
Nobles County, Minnesota

Arthur P. Rose


Northern History, 1908 -
Nobles County (Minn.) - 637 pages



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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Finding Faulkner: The Progeny | Roswell D Hagerman {Gen 4}


It started, as good quests always do, with a family tale.


Roswell D Hagerman (Eliza Marie, Robert, Samuel, William) was born in Monroe Twp., Kosciusko Co, Indiana, June 1st 1854, to parents Eliza Marie Faulkner and Jacob Hagerman.

Roswell married Carrie A Hamilton on March 25th 1879 in Parsons, Labette Co, Kansas.

The couple had five children:

  • Edward Hagerman b. 10 Jun 1880 d. 5 Jul 1880
  • Arthur F Hagerman b. 19 Jul 1881 d. 17 Nov 1963 m. Emily Landauer
  • Clara Ellen Hagerman b. 31 Dec 1883 d. 18 Feb 1970 never married
  • Theodore C Hagerman b. 29 Jan 1886 d. 18 Jan 1966 m. Bernice M Richel
  • Susan S Hagerman b. 17 Nov 1893 d. 21 Apr 1963 m. James H Foster

Roswell was a dairy farmer in Mount Pleasant, Kansas. He sold butter, grew corn and wheat, and had a peach orchard. In 1888 he was appointed to Postmaster in Hudson, located in the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory  on the border of what is now Kansas and Oklahoma. Roswell held that position until 1896, when his wife died.

Carrie Hamilton Hagerman died just 2 years after the birth of her youngest daughter, on January 22nd 1896 in Centralia, Oklahoma. Carrie was 34 years old. She is buried in Ellis Cemetery in Labette Co, Kansas.

Roswell Hagerman remained in Oklahoma and raised his children while farming on rented land.

Roswell D Hagerman died on December 4th 1915 at the age of 61. He is buried in Ellis Cemetery in Labette Co, Kansas alongside his wife. 



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Saturday, September 15, 2018

Book Of The Week: An Illustrated History of Lyon County, Minnesota



An Illustrated History of
Lyon County, Minnesota

Arthur P. Rose


Northern History Publishing Company, 1912 -
Lyon County (Minn.) - 616 pages



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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Finding Faulkner: The Progeny | Emma Ryan {Gen 4}


It started, as good quests always do, with a family tale.


Emma Ryan (Esther Ann, Robert, Samuel, William) was born in Kosciusko Co, Indiana April 12th 1865, to parents Esther Ann Faulkner and James Ryan.

Emma married Wilson E Thrush (1863-1940) on April 5th 1890 in Kosciusko Co, Indiana.

The couple had one child:

  • Harry A Thrush b. 11 Sep 1891 d. 17 Oct 1912 never married

Wilson was a blacksmith by trade, Emma was a stay at home wife who may have been sickly.

Emma Ryan Thrush died on October 4th 1910 of uremic poisoning - kidney failure. She was 45 years old. She is buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Warsaw, Kosciusko Co, IN.

Wilson married for a second time in 1911, the widow Etta Belle Oakley nee Shaffer.

The following fall Emma and Wilson's only child, Harry, was killed in a mining accident in Butte, Montana. He is buried next to his mother in Oakwood Cemetery.

Wilson E Thrush lived to be 77 years old, he died December 7th 1940 and is buried with both of his wives and his son in  Oakwood Cemetery.


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Saturday, September 8, 2018

Book Of The Week: An illustrated history of the counties of Rock and Pipestone, Minnesota



An illustrated history 
of the counties of 
Rock and Pipestone, Minnesota

Arthur P. Rose

Northern History Publishing Company, 1911 - 
Pipestone County (Minn.) - 802 pages



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