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7901 www.findagrave.com/memorial/8747167 Stewart, Samuel J. (I122)
 
7902 Yearbook
Portage County High School
Ravenna, Ohio 1955 
Duckworth, Betty Joan (I51157)
 
7903 Zion Cemetery Douglass, Samuel Turner (I6902)
 
7904 ZIONVILLE
Zionville (1885-1905) - Located on S16-T30-R37. Zionville was established in 1885 in Hamilton County before Grant County was created. One of the first settlers, M.M. Wilson, established one of the first businesses - a general store which became the center of activity. Mr. Wilson also allowed school and church services to be held in his home. In 1886, the town gained a post office and other businesses were soon established including a livery stable, the Elwood Hotel, and a restaurant. The post office closed in 1901 but reopened in 1903, only to be closed again in 1905. All that's left today is the tiny Zionville Cemetery. The site of the old town is located about 10 miles south of Ulysses, on the Virgil Mawhirter farm near the old site of Wagon Bed Spring.
(from: http://www.legendsofkansas.com/grantcountyextincttowns2.html)

 
Skadden, Edward Wayman (I21)
 
7905 Zionville Cemetery Nicholson, Son (I40845)
 
7906  CENSUS RECORD
1930 Pullman, Whitman County, Washington
Lucy A. Nicholson, 78 years old, born in Illinois; father born in Indiana; mother born in Virginia. Age at first marriage: 32
Isaac S. Nicholson, son, 38 years old, born in Illinois; parents born in Illinois. Single. Plumber. WW veteran.
 
Nicholson, Isaac Sanford (I17851)
 
7907  CENSUS RECORD
1930 Pullman, Whitman County, Washington (Cleveland Street)
Alexander M Ennis, 48 years old, born in Texas; father born in Mississippi; mother born in Texas; Janitor at college. Age at first marriage: 28. Not a veteran
Anna M Ennis, wife, 46 years old, born in Illinois; parents born in Illinois. Secretary. Age at first marriage: 26
Carlos A Ennis, son, 16 years old, born in Washington; father born in Texas; mother born in Illinois. Attended school within the year 
Nicholson, Anna Margaret (I18930)
 
7908 “Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Skadden of Danville, February 23, a daughter.” Skadden, Edward Wayman (I21)
 
7909 “Came into court Benj. Crow and made oath that there was a rifle gun, powder horn, shot pouch and knife taken form him when a continental soldier in the year 1777 and put into the magazine for which he received a certificate which he lodged with Walr.  [Walter] Crow who also came into court and made oath that he has lost the said certificate and never received any value for the same.  The court is therefore of the opinion that the said Benj. Crow be allowed 7 L 10 s for said gun, powder horn, shot pouch and knife and the same is ordered to be certified.” Crow, Benjamin (I15723)
 

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