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23001 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1900 census for, Garden Grove Township, Decatu r County, Iowa . 
Davidson, Minty Atwood (I109175)
 
23002 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1900 census for, Jackson township, Jackson Co. , Indiana. Living within his widowed fathers home, Listed s ingle.

Located in 1910 census, for Jackson township, Jackson Co. , Indiana. Married 3 years with no children born.

Located in 1920 census for, Jackson township, Jackson Co. , Indiana. There was no children listed.

Located as a border in 1930 census for, Jackson township, J ackson Co., Indiana. Listed married. Bordering in the Guff y ( spell ? ) home. 
Crabb, Ira Douglass (I109550)
 
23003 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1900 census for, Morgan township, Harrison Co. , Iowa. His wife lists 5 children born 5 children alive.

Ira was a sharecropper intell 1912. he then moved his famil y settling near Empress, Alberta, Canada. 
Clark, Ira (I109603)
 
23004 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1900 census for, Ward 1, Chariton, Lucas Co., Io wa.

Located in 1930 census for, Fresno, Fresno Co., California . His occupation was listed physician. 
Douglass, Harry E (I109693)
 
23005 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1900 census within parents home, Listed single. 
Douglass, Samuel E (I109295)
 
23006 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1900 Census, Kansas, Cherokee County, Crawford t ownship.
Located in 1930 census for, Columbus city, Cherokee Co., Ka nsas. 
Douglass, William Walter (I109413)
 
23007 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1900 census. Listed as plasterer as occupation . Listed as widower. 
Douglas, Noah Milton (I109412)
 
23008 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1910 as widow. Lists 7 children born and 4 livin g.
Located in 1920, living alone and listed as 74 years old, w idow.
Located in 1930, living with her widowed daughter, Sarah El len Beldon. 
Ruddick, Mary Ann ( Polly ) (I109671)
 
23009 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1910 census for, Hutchinson City, McLeod Co., Mi nnesota. 
Selts, Chester W (I109819)
 
23010 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1910 census for, Liberty township, Lucas Co., Io wa.

Located in 1920 census for, Bovina township, Lincoln Co., C olorado.
1920 U.S. Census • Colorado • Lincoln • Bovina • ED# 177
Precinct #5 2nd Feb fam #53 sheet 38A Ln 8
Niswender, Ottis 36 b. IA IA IA
, Velma wife 33 IA IA IA
, gladys 14 IA IA IA
, Eveyln 11 IA IA IA
, Lois 9 dau.IA IA IA
, Helen 4 NEBRASKA IA IA
, Guy 2 NEBRASKA IA IA
, Guyla 2 NEBRASKA IA IA

Located in 1930 census for, Otter Creek township, Lucas Co. , Iowa. 
Niswender, Otis Ted (I109129)
 
23011 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1910 census. She lists 2 children born, 2 childr en still living. 
Hutchings, Anna C (I109159)
 
23012 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1920 and 1930 census for, Little Sioux township , Harrison Co., Iowa. Only him and his wife listed. Unknow n yet if this couple had any children. 
Crabb, Charles (I109584)
 
23013 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1920 census for, Brownstone township, Jackson Co ., Indiana.

Located in 1930 census for, Brownstone township, Jackson Co ., Indiana. 
Crabb, James R (I109547)
 
23014 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1920 census for, California Street, Tonopah town ship, Nye Co., Nevada.

Located in 1930 census for, California Street, Tonopah town ship, Nye Co., Nevada. 
Douglass, Charles R (I109694)
 
23015 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1920 census for, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio. L isted is wife Elizabeth and no children are listed. 
Douglas, Rush J (I109714)
 
23016 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1920 census for, Franklin township, Decatur Co. , Iowa. Listed is wife Clara. Age, 24 born Illinois. 
Metier, Boyd Edward (I109475)
 
23017 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1920 census for, School District 3, Pondera Co. , Montana. He is listed single, farmer and lives alone.

Located in Teton, Montana in 1930 census. Listed as single , and as a herder. 
Crabb, Mark (I109588)
 
23018 [niswender.ged]

located in 1920 census for, West Side township, Crawford C o., Iowa. 
Searls, Harvey E (I109277)
 
23019 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Chariton township, Lucas Co., I owa. Living in her parents home.

She was a school teacher in the Chariton School District. S he was unmarried as of 1957. 
Kneeland, Margaret Elizabeth (I109193)
 
23020 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Chariton, 2nd ward, Lucas Co. , Iowa. Listed within his own home. Listed as single. occup ation listed as mechanic. 
Douglass, Arthur R (I109696)
 
23021 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Columbus City, Cherokee Co., Ka nsas.

Columbus Daily Advocate, August 27, 1938, Volume XLVI

Funeral For Pat Lane Monday

All War Organizations, Unite In Military Rites For Vetera n Of The World War.

His many friends were saddened last night to hear of the de ath of Pat Lane in the Veterans Facility at Fayetteville, A rkansas, at 7:35 o'clock Friday night after a long illnes s caused by chorine gas inhaled during the Great World War.

Although it had been known for a long time that Pat Lane ne ver would come back home alive, his friends had held to th e futile hope that the splendid care he received would men d his tired and sick body.

His wife, Mabel Lane, has been at his bed-side constantly s ince he was taken to the government hospital June 1 this ye ar and she returned home last night went he long vigil wa s ended.

And so passes another veteran of the World War, one whose s ervices included every major engagement of the conflict wit h Germany.

Military Funeral

Pat will be buried with full military honors Monday mornin g with veterans of the Spanish American war joining with me mbers of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legi on.

Funeral services will be conducted in the Christian churc h at 10 o'clock Monday morning by Rev. L. A. Johnson. Nin a Pell of Joplin, a girl-hood friend of Mrs. Lane will sin g two selections.

The body will lie in state at the home until time of the fu neral.
Burial will be in the City cemetery by the side of Mrs. Lan e's son Jess Willard, who was killed in a car accident in 1 937. Pa, who was a real father to his step-son had asked th at the boy be buried here, saying that he felt he had not l ong to live and he wanted to be buried by the side of Jess . Burial will be by Jones-Ruhland.

Pallbearers will be as follows: from the American Legion, C ooper Osterhout and Senator Claude C. Bradney; from the Vet erans of Foreign Wars, Ora Folk and John Wallace; from th e Spanish American War Veterans, Ralph Martin and C. A. Wil liams.

A firing squad and color bearers and guard will be furnishe d by the veterans of three wars.

Wilson (Pat) Lane was born May 9, 1885, near Stoney school , the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lane. Besides his widow, Mrs . Mabel Lane, the veteran is survived by six sisters, Mrs . Elizabeth Lewis, Columbus, Mrs. Nora Crossin and Mrs. Sam antha Crossin of Eddyville, IA., Mrs. May Rafferty of Los A ngles, Mrs. Elam Stockton of Stippville, Mrs. Minnie Littl e of Wichita, Two sisters and two brothers preceded him i n death.
The family moved to Columbus when Pat was 7 years old and h e received his education here. He worked for the Campbell a nd Bradney grocery when a young man. He was working in a gr ocery store at Leadville, Colo., when he enlisted in the re gular army May 17, 1917.
A member of Battery A, 5th field artillery, first division , regular army, Pat fought throughout the entire war, servi ng 776 days on the firing line. His army discharge states h e took part in the following battles, Lenville sector, Tou l sector, Ainsse sector, Marne offensive, St. Hihiel, Mus e Argonne, Cantigny, Daizevais, Mont-Didier Nowon.
March 1, 1925, Pat bought the Horse-Shoe cafe from Mrs. Mar y Ward and May 28, the same year he married Mabel Willard o f Girard. Together they have operated the cafe since that t ime although ill health forced pat to stay home on variou s occasions.
Mr. Lane suffered from chorine gas during the war and neve r recovered from it. He was treated for it in 1920 and it b othered him more or less for years. He was treated at a gov ernment hospital in 1931 and during the past two years he g rew much worse. he entered the government hospital at Fayet teville June 1, this year.
Mr. Lane was a member of the A.T.A., American Legion, Veter ans of Foreign Wars and Knights of Pythias lodge.
Members of the auxiliaries of the Veterans of Foreign War s and American Legion will serve as flower girls at the fun eral Monday morning. 
Lane, Wilson ( Pat ) (I109630)
 
23022 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Columbus township, Cherokee Co. , Kansas. She is listed as head of household, and as widow. 
Lane, Elizabeth A (I109620)
 
23023 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Danvile township, Vermilion Co. , Illinois. 
Lucas, Claud Charles (I109303)
 
23024 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Des Moines, Polk Co., Iowa. Lis ted as single, lodger and as a servant for occupation.

She was in Illinois in 1957. 
Kneeland, Frances B. (I109191)
 
23025 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Eddyville, Wapello Co., Iowa. 
Lane, Nora B (I109623)
 
23026 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Eden township, Alameda Co., Cal ifornia. 
Allen, John (I109703)
 
23027 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Fresno, Fresno Co., California . Located within her parents home. 
Douglass, Bemaline (I109712)
 
23028 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Jackson township, Lucas Co., Io wa. 
Davidson, Claude George (I109670)
 
23029 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Lake Worth City, Precinct 21, P alm Beach Co., Florida. 
Douglass, Allen Cyrus (I109298)
 
23030 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census for, Richman township, Wayne Co., Io wa.

His connection to this obituary i havn't identified yet.

The Decatur County Journal, Leon, Iowa Thurs 23 July 1908 , p 1 col 6
Martin Earl Trisler, infant and only child of Mr. and Mrs . Earl Trisler, was born in Leon, Iowa, December 12, 1906 a nd departed this life at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tris ler in Garden Grove, Iowa July 20, 1908 aged 1 year, 7 mont hs and 8 days. The sickness of the little one was of shor t duration. While the parents with him were visiting in Gar den Grove he was attacked with cholera infantum. This was J uly 10th. For ten days the little one lingered. The skill o f three physicians was given, and all that loving hands cou ld do was done. The good people or [sic-should be of] Garde n Grove showed every kindness possible, but they could no t hold him back. As the dewdrop fails before the rising sun , so failed his little form. As the rosebud is plucked fo r the fairest adornment, so has this little one been gather ed for the heavenly mansions. His stay on earth was short , but in the few fleeting months he took hold of the heart s of his parents and held them captive, satisfying them wit h his love and the sweet innocency of his life and fillin g their hearts with bright anticipations for the future. An d now in his going the tender ties are not broken but rathe r strengthened as they draw the parents' heart toward the h eavenly home. Litte Martin was beautiful in life: in deat h angelic. The little form of clay will go back to the moth er dust, but the spirit has returned to God who gave it. Fo r a little time he looked upon the fair fields of earth; no w his eyes are enraptured with heavenly visions. We have lo st him for a little time, but he has gained heaven for al l eternity. His parents, with four grandparents and four gr eat grandparents and many other relatives and friends sorro w over his early departure. May their sorrow be lightened b y the presence and power of God's holy spirit richly she ab road in each heart.
Funeral services were held from the residence of Mr. and Mr s. Mart Pickering, grandparents of the little one in Leon , Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. L . Boyd, pastor of the M. E. Church, assisted by Rev. J J Ru ppert, of the Advent church. The floral offerings were man y and beautiful and a large number of sympathising relative s and friends were in attendance. Interment in Leon cemeter y. 
Trisler, Bert William (I109338)
 
23031 [niswender.ged]

Located in 1930 census. Listed as widow.

Her middle inital maybe V rather then H. 
Madge H (I109892)
 
23032 [niswender.ged]

Located possibly in 1850 census for, Owen township, Jackso n Co., Indiana. Listed correct age and birth place. Withi n home is,
Benjamin 18
Eliza age 16
Richard E. 14 born Indiana
Maria 12 Indiana
Dulcinea ( sp )? 10 Indiana
Lydia 8 Indiana
Martin D 6 Indiana
Morton 4 Indiana

Morton is the Douglass line. 
Douglass, Hannah (I109375)
 
23033 [niswender.ged]

Located within his parents home in 1885 census.

Located in 1900 census for, Franklin township, Decatur Co. , Iowa.

Located in 1920 census for, Franklin township, Decatur Co. , Iowa. His mother in-law was also listed in his home.

Located in 1930 census for, Garden Grove township, Decatu r Co., Iowa. 
Trisler, Stephen A (I109343)
 
23034 [niswender.ged]

Located within his parents home in 1885 census. 
Metier, Alvin Hawkins (I109317)
 
23035 [niswender.ged]

Located within his parents home in 1885 census. 
Metier, George Ernest (I109319)
 
23036 [niswender.ged]

Located within his parents home in 1885 census. 
Metier, Joseph Pearl (I109471)
 
23037 [niswender.ged]

MELISSA DOBELL PHILLIPS AND ENOCH PHILLIPS

Melissa Dobell, direct descendant of Dominie Douglass, an d Enoch Phillips were married on October 2, 1859 at Bradfor d, Wisconsin. They moved to Minnesota where they resided se veral years.

Enonch Phillips was born March 15, 1835 at Claybed, New Yor k, Calarajgus County. He was a farmer by occupation. Son o f Joseph and Luorettia Phillips.

At the age of nearly thirty years, he enrolled February 8 , 1864 at Centreville, Minnesota and was enlisted into th e service February 16, 1864 at St. Paul, Minnesota as a pri vate of Company H, 1st. Minnesota Heavy Artillery. He serve d under Captain James B. Atkinson for Twenty-two months, th e duration of the Civil War. He was mustered out with the c ompany and Honorably discharged as a private December 18, 1 865 at Marshal, Tennessee.

He moved his family to Montana in 1896. They lived on the e ast shore of Flathead Lake with their son Glen. When he wa s seventy-six years old they went to live at the Soldier’ s Home at Columbia Falls, Montana. He died September 16, 17 14 and was buried in the cemetary at the Home.

Melissa Dobell Phillips was Born on June 18, 1836 in the to wn of Rega, Monroe County, New York State. When Eight year s old, her parents moved to Bradford, Wisconsin. She receiv ed a teacher’s certificate in April 1887. She died July 10 , 1926 at the Soldier’s Home and was also buried in that Ce metary.

Melissa and Enoch Phillips had eight children, thirty grand children, fifty great grandchildren, and six great-great gr andchildren.

( source, Fayth Evjen ) 
Dobell, Melissa (I109394)
 
23038 [niswender.ged]

Note" she was Noble's second wife. 
Larimer, Eliza Mcdonald (I109185)
 
23039 [niswender.ged]

Note1: death certificate # is, 5236
Note2: died in, Yellowstone Co., Montana.
Obituary,
Wendel Niswender,
Funeral services for Wendel Wayne Niswender, 62 will be hel d Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Noecker Funeral Home chapel wit h the Rev. Dave Eggebraaten officiating.
Burial will be in Mt. Pisgah Cemetery of Gillette, Wyoming . Mr. Niswender died Monday at St. Vincent Hospital in Bill ings after an exstended illness.
He was born Aug. 13, 1917 at Lucas County, Iowa. To Harle y and Cozie Niswender. He moved from Iowa to Wyoming in 192 0, spending most of his time in and around Gillette. He mor e recently was employed by the Campbell County Road and Bri dge Department.
He was a member of the Fraternal order of the Eagles, Aeri e 2711 of Gillette, the Gillette Moose Lodge and the Old Fi ddlers organization.
He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. William ( Alice ) Wei l of Billings; one son Dale of New Castle; two sisters, Des ma Doyle and Mrs, Harold ( Veta ) Bell, bolth of Gillette ; three brothers, Dwight of thompson Falls, Montana, Darvi n of westerville, Illinois, and Oliff of Gillette; three gr andchildren, three great grandchildren and nemorus nieces a nd nephews.
He was preceded in death by three brothers. a memorial ha s been established to the American Cancer Fund. donations m ay be left with Noecker Funeral Home wich is in charge of a rrangements.
Persons wishing to pay respects may do so at the Funeral ho me on Thursday from 9 a.m. until the funeral service. 
Niswender, Wendell Wayne (I109140)
 
23040 [niswender.ged]

Note1: served in WWII and was discharged in 1945.
Note2: he was a member of American Legion Post. 42.
Note3: he was employed with Burlington Northern Railroad.
Note4: Zelton Niswender

The General Land Office in Buffalo, Wyoming issued Stockrai sing Homestead
Entry land patent 1105312 on 25 Sep 1939 to Zelton H . Nisw ender, for 640
acres in Campbell and Johnson Counties, Wyoming (6th Prin c iple Meridian, T.
49 N., R. 76 W., Section 20: S½SE¼; Section 27: NE¼NW¼; Se c tion 29: E½;
Section 32: NE¼; Section 33: SW¼NW¼.)

Niswender Rites Set For Monday

Z. H. "Shorty" Niswender, 66, longtime Gillette resident di ed Wednesd ay at Campbell County Memorial Hospital as the r esult of a pedestrian-car accident in Gillette.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at Noecker F uneral Home Chapel in Gillette with Pastor Dave Eggebraate n officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Pisgah Cemetery in Gil lette.
He was born January 5, 1911, to Harley F. and Alice Cozett a Scott Niswender of Lucas County, Iowa. He spent his child hood and attended school in Iowa and moved with his parent s to Wyoming in 1919. He completed his education in Campbel l County rural schools.
He homesteaded southwest of Gillette and worked for the Hud son Motor Company of Gillette as mechanic. He entered the A rmy in 1942. In 1945, after receiving his discharge, he ret urned to Gillette. He then married Lula Belle Clark in 1952.
Until his retirement in 1962, he had been employed by the B urlington Northern Railroad. He was a member of American Le gion Post 42 and The Eagles Lodge 2711.
A memorial has been established to the American Legion Pos t 42. Donations may be left at the Noecker Funeral Home.
Survivors include a step-son James Clark of Gillette, fou r brothers: Dwight of Thompson Falls, Montana; Wendell an d Oliff of Gillette; Darvin of Westville, Illinois; two sis ters: Mrs. Desma Doyle and Mrs. Veta Bell both of Gillette . Several nieces and nephews.
He was preceeded in death by two brothers.
Noecker Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 
Niswender, Zelton Harris ( Shorty ) (I109139)
 
23041 [niswender.ged]

Note: 9 children born to her. all are presumed living 
Niswender, Flossie Eliza (I109131)
 
23042 [niswender.ged]

Note: 9 children. all presumed living

Located in 1900 census with his parents. Located in Charito n township, Lucas Co., Iowa.
Located in his mothers home. 1910 census for, Liberty towns hip, Lucas Co., Iowa.

Located in 1930 census for, Whitebreast township, Warren Co ., Iowa.

From a corespondance with Bob Niswender. He related informa tion on Glenn's death. That infact he died in Gillette, Cam pbell Co., Wyoming. While visiting his wifes brother and fa mily. Glenn died of a heart attack, and Flossie didn't reco rd the death. Untill she arived home in Chariton, Lucas Co ., Iowa.

With a corespondance with Orlo and later with Eulala bolt h confirmed Glenn passed away in Gillette. 
Baker, Glenn Hamilton (I109136)
 
23043 [niswender.ged]

note: Buried at, Spring Bank Cemetery, Dixon, NE.

Located in 1885 Nebraska State Census
Name: Lydia Dixon
Race: W
Age: 43
Birth Place: Indiana
ED: 211
Loc: Spring Bank Precinct,Dixon,Nebraska
Date: 09 Jun 1885
Enumerator: S. V. Flint
Locality: Midway Borough
ED: 192
OSPage Number: 9B 
Douglass, Lydia Elizabeth (I109156)
 
23044 [niswender.ged]

Note: buried in Iowa 
Searls, Burton Orson (I109276)
 
23045 [niswender.ged]

Note: evidence says New Hampshire, however also states Ne w York
Note: Burial: Douglas/Durland Cemetery Browntown Twp, Jacks on, Indiana.

She is listed in 1850 census. In her son's Voloney Douglas' s house. located in Brownstone township, Jackson Co., India na. ( her birth place was listed Conneticut, age 78 )( he r birthdate maybe closer to 1772 )

Her parents are shown as; Isaac Scott born 11 Nov. 1744 i n Dudley, Worcester, Ma. and Lydia Chamberlain, born 1750 i n Bridgewater, Plymouth, Ma.. More is needed to prove this . Also some show Lydia as being born in Winchester, NH. 
Scott, Lydia (I109197)
 
23046 [niswender.ged]

Note: he was a member of th I.O.O.F. stands for. Internal O rder of Odd Fellows.

He was married 3 times.

Located in 1900 census for, Liberty township, Lucas Co., Io wa.

Located in 1910 census for, Liberty township, Lucas Co., Io wa.

George gave all his children apon thier marriages 80 acres.

After he sold much of the land. George moved to Oakley, an d ran a livery stable.

Located in 1930 census for, Chariton township, Lucas Co., I owa. Living next door to James Manford Kneeland and his fam ily. 
Niswender, George Harris (I109127)
 
23047 [niswender.ged]

Note: he was a twin.

Obituary,
Guy Niswender, one of the twin sons of Mr. Otis Niswender , died at the family home in Chariton last Saturday, at th e age of about thirteen years, after an illness of ten day s with bronchial pneumonoa and influenza. Funeral services , conducted by Rev. Huffman, of Granger, where held at th e Norwood M. E. Church on Sunday at two o'clock, followed b y internment in the Norwood Cemetery. He was a bright lad , admired and esteemed by all who knew him, and his passin g away has brought sadness to many hearts. 
Niswender, Guy Wimer (I109188)
 
23048 [niswender.ged]

Note: her parents where. isaac scott born, 11 Nov 1744 dud ley, Worcester, Ma die d 2 Jun 1818 Scottsville, Monro, N y and Lydia chamberlain Birth: 1750 bridgew ater, Plymouth , Ma Death: 27 Aug 1832 Scottsville, Monro, Ny 
Scott, Abigail (I109260)
 
23049 [niswender.ged]

Note: on 1900 census it was spelled Thos. )

Located in 1930 census ( Thommy C. Douglass ) in, Lake Wort h City, Palm Beach Co., Florida. 
Douglass, Thomas C (I109405)
 
23050 [niswender.ged]

Note: on her daughters death certificate, "Laura Douglas s Niswender" George Niswender gave his mother in-laws nam e as bailes. or at least it is how it was recorded. 
Bales, Louisa (I109144)
 

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