Because the 'weaning house' was occupied, George and Celeste resided with his parents until the 'weaning house' was available for them to move in. After Elizabeth died on August 25, , George and Celeste moved in to care for Michael during his declining years. George was the twin brother of Martha A. Lulu and George subsequently purchased a farm in the "Tennessee" community and vacated the 'weaning house. Laura and Leo were the last known residents of the 'weaning house. The 'weaning house' was used as a smokehouse and later as a corncrib. The 'weaning house' was still standing in the 's, although it was leaning a little hard to the east.
It no longer stands. The Foland Family Record She married Oct. James was born April 17, in Illinois. James had a restless nature, and the family moved to Kansas, settling on a farm in Osborne County in Mary suffered from a stroke in and partially recovered. In the winter of , Mary and James traveled west to visit their daughter Minnie and her family where Mary suffered fatal stroke on January 21, While visiting his children in California, James suffered a stroke in the spring of Minnie brought him back to Kansas where his son Grover cared from him until his death on February 10, They were charter members of the Church of the Brethren that was built on their farm 12 miles from the town of Waldo, Kansas.
Interments at Victor Cemetery, Victor Twp. Married Dec.
In , the family moved by covered wagon to Seattle, Washington, and in they moved again to Fresno, California, where Hugh was employed as a carpenter. Five months later, daughter Ethel came down with a severe case of scarlet fever and the family moved back to Seattle. Hugh worked on the first skyscraper in the Beacon Hill district of Seattle.
A heart condition forced Hugh to move his family to Yakima Valley in Washington where he farmed for five years before moving again to Idaho where he farmed for two years. Hugh and Mary Ann moved to Merced, California, where he suffered a fatal heart attack while working in the field on April 6, Mary carried on at the farm with some help for a while before moving into town.
She worked as a real estate agent, living in her own home and driving her car until she was past the age of She suffered three strokes and eventually a fatal heart attack on September 30, IA, died Oct. Minnie and Thomas farmed for a while in Kansas before moving to Seattle, Washington, and then on to a homestead located on the Big Horn River in Montana where they raised alfalfa and Bermuda onions.
In , the family moved to California where Thomas worked as a carpenter. They retired to a ranch where they raised turkeys for market in San Diego, California. Minnie and Thomas were the parents of three children. Lemuel was an engineer with the Northern Pacific Railroad. Libbie and Lemuel were the parents of two daughters.
Frank was the minister of the Victor Church of the Brethren. Franklin was called to the office of deacon with the Church of the Brethren in and the family resided in Arriba, Colorado, for four years. When Franklin was called into the ministry in , the family returned to Kansas where Franklin was called into full ministry in In , the family moved to Outlook, Washington, where Franklin served the church as a minister for four years before being called to as the minister and elder of the Outlook and Sunnyside churches, serving for 42 years until his death in Altena and Frank were the parents of eight children.
Grover was a farmer for most of his life. Grover, who was very civic-minded, served on the township board, district school board, and was the chairman of the Covert High School board for 23 years. He was a member of the board of the Farm Program from the time it was organized until his death. Grover served as deacon and Sunday school superintendent of his church, chairman of the district Sunday school board and president of the County Sunday school organization. Poor health caused Grover and Iva to sell their farm and move into Osborne, Kansas, where Grover managed the Farmers Union elevator until his death in Grover and Iva Lee were the parents of four children.
Bill arrived in Decatur County, Iowa with his family when he was fourteen-years-old. Rachel arrived in Decatur County with her family when she was six-years-old. There, the flatboat was sold to secure passage on a steamer up the Mississippi to Alexandria, Missouri. They traveled overland with horses sixty miles to Drakesville in Davis County, Iowa, where they stayed the winter.
The following spring, the family completed their journey, settling in Richland Township, Decatur County, Iowa. Several years later, Bill built a large nice home.
This house burned down around the year At the time of his death from mastoids on June 22, , Bill had acquired acres of land. Decatur Co.
They later moved to Wamego, Kansas, where After Anna's death in , James moved back to Missouri where he remarried and lived the remainder of his life. Anna and James were the parents of three children. IA died aged 1 year, Sept. Elsie went to Kansas to teach school. Elsie and Fred established their farmstead near Natoma where they raised their children.
Elsie and Fred were the parents of six children.
IA died Apr 4, at his home, Richland Twp. IA Married Jan. Anna attended both the Brick and the Foland Schools. Later Emmett bought 40 adjoining acres to the west where he moved the farmhouse in It is now gone. She is remembered for her kind disposition. He raised broom corn and made brooms. Emmett and Ann were the parents of four children. After their marriage, the couple farmed in Decatur County, Iowa, for several years before moving to Denver, Colorado, where they resided until their deaths.
Michael and Hulda were the parents of three children. IA died Feb. IA, interred Wheelis Cemetery. Upon his marriage to Maggie, the couple farmed near Van Wert and later near Grand River before moving to a farm six miles southwest of Osceola, Clarke County, Iowa in Upon their retirement from the farm in December of , Lus and Maggie moved to Osceola.
Cagle, Jessie W. This page has been viewed 3, times via redirect Content is available under Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike unless otherwise noted. Click here for the request form for this service. For a list of newspapers available at the archives for Dyer County click on the following cities or towns:. After Elizabeth died on August 25, , George and Celeste moved in to care for Michael during his declining years. United States.
Lus died June 3, from complications after breaking his hip. Maggie died August 5, from cancer. IA, died Sept. Minnie attended the Van Wert School during her last term. James attended his last term at the Westerville School. After their marriage, the couple resided for seven years on the farm where James had been born. They bought a farm one and a half miles west of Van Wert where they farmed until They lived near Grand River before moving to a farm located six miles east of Osceola, Iowa, in where they resided until retiring in The couple moved into Osceola and their son Donald moved to their farm.
James was born on January 23, , and died July 5, Minnie and Jim were the parents of seven children. IA died April 21, , Richland Twp. John continued to purchase additional land until the farm was built up to acres. In , they purchased a home in Grand River, Iowa, where Minerva died from complications of diabetes on her birthday, March 20, He was buried on what would have been his 82nd birthday, November 3, IA, died August 9, , IA.
Married March 25, Freeland E. This move was quite an ordeal with the family arriving in Hettinger, North Dakota the first of March. Because the North and the South Grand Rivers were flooded with high water and there were no bridges, the family stayed in Hettinger, awaiting for the water to recede. When the family resumed their journey, sixteen miles outside of Hettinger they encountered a prairie fire coming toward them.
Quickly they plowed a fire break to escape the flames.
The family proceeded on to their homestead the next day. The only building on the homestead was a one-room shack. The family was forced to live in a tent while they dug a well and constructed a house and other outbuildings. He died of cancer on October 12th of at the age of fifty-four-years and was interred at the Young Cemetery located near Grand River, Decatur County, Iowa. Rebecca died on August 9th of at the age of A farmer, he married in , Decatur Co.
http://stonlog.com/components/cahonuw/didakticheskaya-igra-znakomstvo-drug-s-drugom.php The first cousins photograph above was taken approximately six months before her death. Aunt Lizzie loved tangerines. When we were in Osceola on a Saturday shopping trip, we always stopped to see Aunt Lizzie and bring a bag of tangerines for her to enjoy. She was a gracious lady and a total delight.