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John LESLIE
Catherine WYGLE
Nathan Robins WICKHAM
(1812-1899)
Margaret WILSON
(1809-1877)
Solomon LESLIE
(1838-1893)
Mary WICKHAM
(1835-1902)
Lowell Daniels LESLIE
(1872-1947)

 

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Lowell Daniels LESLIE 1

  • Born: 8 Jan 1872, Salem, Richardson Co, NE 1
  • Died: 18 Dec 1947, Goff, Nemaha Co, KS at age 75 2
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1900 NE CENSUS, Richardson Co, Liberty Precinct, Verdon village: Mary Leslie, Feb 1835, 65, wd, married 25 yrs (crossed out), b. OH, father b. NY, mother b. OH; son J. Nathan, May 1870, 30, single, farmer; son Lowell D., Jan 1872, 28, single, farmer; dau. Maggie, Jan 1874, 26, single; aunt Jane Barcoms, Apr. 1823, 77, wd, married 50 yrs (crossed out), 3 children, 2 living, b. OH, parents b. NY. All Leslie children were b. NE, father b. IL, mother b. OH.

1910 NE CENSUS, Richardson Co, Liberty Precinct: John W. Leslie, 39, single, farmer, gen. farm; brother Lowell D. Leslie, 38, single, farmer, gen. farm; sister "Hanna" M., 36, single, housekeeper, gen. farm. All were b. NE, father b. IL, mother b. OH.

1920 KS CENSUS, Nemaha Co, Capioma Twp: J. N. Leslie, 49, b. NE, father b. IL, mother b. OH, farmer, farm; wife Elsie, 28, b. CO, father b. KS, mother b. NE; dau. Mary F., 8; dau. Dora M., 6; dau. Ruth R., 2; brother Lowell D. Leslie, 47, single, b. NE, father b. IL, mother b. OH, farmer, farm; sister Maggie Leslie, 45, single, b. NE, father b. IL, mother b. OH; aunt R. Matilda Meier, 83, wd, b. OH, father b. NY, mother b. OH. All children were all b. NE, father b. NE, mother b. CO.

1925 KS STATE CENSUS, Nemaha Co, Capioma Twp: J. Nathan Leslie, 54, own farm, b . NE, to KS from NE, farmer, gen. farm; wife Elise E., 33, b. CO, to KS from NE; brother Lowell D. Leslie, 53, b. NE, to KS from NE, farmer, gen. farm; sister Maggie H., 51, b. NE, to KS from NE; dau. Mary, 13, b. NE, to KS from NE; dau. Dora, 12, b. NE, to KS from NE; dau. Ruth, 7, b. KS; dau. Edna, 4, b. KS; son John, 6 mo., b. KS.

1930 KS CENSUS, Nemaha Co, Reilly Twp: J. Nathan Leslie, 59, 1st marriage age 40, b. NE, father b. IL, mother b. OH, partner - farm, gen. farm; wife Elise, 38, 1st marriage age 19, b. CO, parents b. KS; dau. Mary F., 18, b. NE; dau Dora M., 17, b. NE; dau. Ruth L., 12, b. KS; dau. Edna L., 19, b. KS; son John R., 5, b. KS; dau. Lucy B., 2-10/12, b. KS; partner - brother Lowell D. Leslie, 58, single, b. NE, father b. IL, mother b. OH, partner - farmer, gen. farm; sister Maggie H., 56, single, b. NE, father b. IL, mother b. OH. The father of all children was b. NE and the mother b. CO.

HISTORY OF RICHARDSON CO, NE, 1917, p. 370: Like most of the school districts, district No. 77 was formed from surrounding districts, mostly from the one southwest, known as Fairview. There has been but one school house erected, the present one, which is thirty by twenty-two feet in dimensions and cost six hundred dollars. It was built in 1872. A new school house is needed now and will probably be built in the near future. The first school was taught by Miss Carrie Howe in a log house located on the northeast quarter of section 13. Other early teachers were T. L. Lewis, G. W. Crouch. B. P. Chute, A. C. Troop, Landon Yantiss, D. D. Houtz, Mary Jones, Emma Shouse, Linnie Frank, Cammie Hall, Lenora Cornell, B. B. Davis, L. L. Linderman, Julia Sineade, J. W. Stump, W. G. Fisher, Mr. Leively, H. H. Pugh, J. R. Reed, W. Van Wyner, Della Marion, Nettie Wills, Abbie and Susan Melvin, Linnie Frank, Hoke Simpson, Carrie and Lowell Leslie, Emerson Bowers and H. B. Kleeberger. The salaries paid the teachers averaged nearly thirty dollars.


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Sources


1 1900 NE Census.

2 Info from Frank Leslie.


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