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LaVerra "Sue" Williams Kreie February 26, 2007
I am looking for any information on Kreie,  Krey, Williams, Heinlein, Petree, Peterie familys.  They are from Stafford County, Stafford, Ks and from Sylvia, Ks.  Any information you can give me on these families will be appreciated.  Thank you for all the help



Marilyn Moreland March 1, 2007
Looking for information on Tracy Norton Nichols Beswick born 10 Jan 1875 in bates Co, MO and died in St. John area about 1906.  She lost 2 children also. Her husband, Edmund left area and was in Clifton, AZ and died in Orange Co., IN in 1920's.



Karen Kain March 24, 2007
I am looking for information on my maternal great grandfather, Alva Edward Julian born in Ohio, 2-4-1872 but he lived in the Stafford area according to the 1930 census. He married Cynthia Jones Julian (3-11-1897
) . They had about 7 children Francis C., Chesley J., Floyd E. Roy E. Mamie, Sara Blanche (my grandmother) and Erma R.  I was trying to find out if there are records of him there and or when he died. Thanks for the assistance.



Lori Rute Fortner March 27, 2007
George Wigal Fortner b. 1818 in Wood Co. WV. res. 1885 in Seward Co.  Wife Mary Ann Flinn b. abt 1820 in Wood Co WV.   Any information would be appreciated.




Dee Ann Smith April 14, 2007
I am looking for information about my Great Grandpa Samuel Calvin Cox who was married to Mary Ann Brockmann  in Stafford, Kansas  October 14, 1888.  The lived in Stafford County or Stafford, Kansas (?) until 1905 when they moved to Grant Co. at Ulysses.  My great grandmother came from Germany to marry Samuel.  I believe his father may have lived in Stafford County also....as far as I know his name was Saul Cox.  Can you help with this????   


Jody Anderson April 25, 2007
I am researching my family who lived in Stafford until sometime in the late 20's.  Do you have anything on James Mathias and Anna May Heimuller (or Heimiller)?  My grandfather owned a restaurant after WWI in Stafford.  May worked in the local telephone office until 1920 or so.  It would be wonderful to learn more about their lives before moving to Johnson, KS.  Thank you.



Pamela Richardson-Chambers May 8, 2007
Anyone in Stafford kansas that could give me any information or photos of Robert Vincent Richardson, Edith Wilson Richardson, Bessy Richardson, or Robert Wilson Richardson. I am the daughter of Donald J. Richardson. I would be so thankful because these are my great grand parents and grand father and with everyone that could help me is know gone.  Thank you



Jack Spangenberg May 25, 2007
would like info on the first spangenbergs in the county. hayes township i believe.


Phyllis A Dilley Bailes June 21, 2007

My grandfather was Mack Cavender Christie. He lived in Stafford.  From January 1900 until he passed away in 1931.  He fathered 13 children.  The oldest Walter E. Christie.  He was my grandfather.  I am looking for any other descendents to put together a family history. And would really like to find out when and where the Christies came to the United states.  Thank you for any help.





Pamela Chambers November 28, 2007
I am trying to find as much information on my great grandparents and my grandparents.


             Great Grandfather:  Robert Vincent Richardson (aka RV Richardson)

             Great Grandmother:          Edith Wilson, born in Yorkshire England


                      Children:      Robert Wilson Richardson


                                Wife #1 Fannie Brown

                                Wife #2 Esther Baker


My great grandfather second wife was Bessie.


They lived in Stafford.






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