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If you have acquired any items relating to Stafford County, that you would like to have returned to their owners or are looking for items, please email me to post it here.

I have acquired some old letters that I would like to find their proper home.  The dates are 1933.  The following names are on the envelopes:

WALKER, Mrs. Mildred - St. John, Kansas
WALKER, Mrs. Francis (Mildred's husband) - St. John, Kansas
(all these are in c/o Roy Potter)

WALKER, Mrs. F. E. - Stafford, Kansas
c/o Stafford Community Hospital

FENTON, Mrs. E. A. - Ness City and Kingman, Kansas (just a couple letters)

WALKER, Mrs. Francis - Macksville, Kansas
c/o C. S. Walker
(these are from Vera Murphy in Colorado)

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.  Kathy

I have a postcard addressed to Miss Myrtle DANBY, of Cassaday Kansas from 1909.  Would love to get it to its family home.  References to Uncle Ross & Aunt Della; from Litea(?) in Denison Iowa. JoAnne@FlyingShepherds.com

 

This is a photo of two young girls - believed to be children of Eilert & Johanna (Meyerkorth) Siefkes - who lived in Hudson, KS.  It was taken at Ellinwood, KS which is a few miles north of Hudson, KS.
 
Eilert Siefkes was the father of 10 children - 8 born in Hudson, KS.  The first one born in Hudson, KS was Mary Siefkes born Jan 31, 1886
 
There are a lot of descendant.  I hope someone can help identify the girls in the photo.  It could be Mary - Sabena - Gracie Rose or Johanna Siefkes.
Each of these girls married and raised families in Stafford County, KS.
Mary Siefkes married Godfrey Immer
Sabena Siefkes married Henry Bauer
Gracie Rose Siefkes married John Hiltz
Johanna Siefkes married Gust William Witt
 
 

Submitted by Donna Londeen on January 20, 2006.

 

Believed to be the family of Johanna & Eilert Siefkes of Hudson, KS.  Man seated appears to be Eilert Siefkes.  Man standing 4th from left appears to be Gene Siefkes.
 
I would like to connect with a descendant that could help me name all or most of the people in the photo.
 

Submitted by Donna Londeen on January 20, 2006.

 

 



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04/28/06