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|1|| Cynthia "Granny" Siverhus, 89, of rural Maynard, died on Wednesday, February 24, 2010 at the Chippewa County - Montevideo Hospital.|
Funeral services were conducted on Sunday, February 28 at the Saron Lutheran Church in rural Montevideo with Pastor Lori Wold officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery.
Cynthia Harriet (Lamp) Siverhus was born on February 8, 1921 near Sanborn, to Clarence and Elsie (Albertson) Lamp. She attended rural schools. As a young girl she moved with her family to Chippewa County. On June 20, 1940, she was united in marriage to Arnold Siverhus at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Montevideo. They lived and farmed in Leenthrop Township. She was a long-time member of Saron Lutheran Church and was active in Ladies Aid, Birthday Club and had been a Sunday School teacher. She liked to sew, garden, bake, work, visit, liked flowers and loved visits from her grandchildren.
She is survived by three children: Ronald (Susan) Siverhus of Maynard, Karleen (Thomas) Williamson of Maynard and Donald (Carol) Siverhus of Montevideo; a son-in-law, Kenneth Peterson of Granite Falls; grandchildren: Barry (Jodi) Peterson, Jon (Leanne) Siverhus, Andy Siverhus, Terry (Ronita) Siverhus, Kevin (Angela) Siverhus, Pam (Greg) Wilkening, Tracy (Brad) Sherod, Tami (Dave) Halvorson, Kjersti (Kevin) Jaenisch, Tesa (Israel) Maus, Tracy (Jim) Keyes, Troy (Sarah) Dragt and Shalesha (Dusty) Sumner; great grandchildren: John Wilkening, Kristina (Jesse) Eisenbacher, Zachary (Ashley) Wilkening, Nicholas Peterson, Abigail Peterson, Dane (Holly) Sherod, Devon Siverhus, Weston Siverhus, Kelby Jaenisch, Kaisa Jaenisch, Keeley Jaenisch, Shayne Halvorson, Claire Siverhus, Samuel Siverhus, Norah Siverhus, Cody Sumner, Elsie Sumner, Aydon Maus, Kelly Siverhus, Kylie Siverhus, Ali Siverhus, Kyla Keyes and Jebben Keyes; great great grandchildren: Ayva Wilkening, Mason Sherod and Braden Eisenbacher; a sister, Evelyn "Pat" Johnson of Palmdale, California; sisters-in-law, Violet Lamp and Edith Lamp, both of Sylmar, California; and a number of nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Arnold in 1998; a daughter, Sonja Peterson; a great granddaughter, Roselynn Peterson; a sister, Florence "Pug" Boike; and two brothers, Robert and Ebert Lamp.
Anderson Funeral Hone of Montevideo was in charge of arrangements.
|Lamp, Cynthia Harriet (I2564)
|2|| Addie Pearl Walker Peters was born at Mankato, Kansas on the 18th day of December, 1879, and die at her home in Narka, Kansas, on the 13th day of February, 1922, at the age of 4 years, 1 month and 26 days.|
On the second day of December, 1896, she was united in marriage to James Austin Peters, at Mankato, Kansas. To this union were born 10 children, two preceding their mother in death.
In 1904 the family moved from Mankato to Narka, Kansas, where they resided until death called her to her reward.
The deceased leaves to mourn her untimely death, her beloved husband James Austin Peters, who will miss her companionship in his lonely walk through life: three daughters, Mrs. Nina Mable Love, of Mahaska; Mrs. Pansy Waltman, of Haddam; and Miss Mary Marguerite Peters, of Narka, Kas.; five sons George W., at Honolulu, Hawaii; Austin Walker, Leslie Ryal, Donald Marlen, and Neal Marvin, all of Narka, Kas. All of whom will miss the tender love and care of a loving mother so much needed. Her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Walker of Mankato, Kas.; two brothers Herbert and Lester Walker, of Mankato, Kas.; two sisters, Mrs. S. Strom, of Otego, Kas, and Mrs. M. L. Van Meter, of Mankato, Kas., together with numerous other relatives and friends.
The deceased was ready to go, although she realized her need with the family, and would have liked to remain with them in order that she might help where she was so much needed, but submissive to her Creator. A short time after her last operation the writer while calling, heard her say that everything was well, she said, "if it is God's will I am ready to go." In her early youth she gave herself to her Savior, and although busy days with little loved ones to care for did not permit her to attend church services as she would liked to have done, still in the days of need she trusted in Him from whom cometh all help.
As a wife, Mrs. Peters was true and faithful, a kind and loving companion, making the home a cheerful place to be. As a mother she was long suffering, sacrificing, and loving, caring for those entrusted to her when physically unable, but whether life or death she was willing to serve them with all her strength until God said "enough". As a neighbor she was kind, gentle, and a friend to everybody, and her presence will be missed everywhere she was known.
The services were held in the M. E. church at Narka, Kas., the Rev. R. J. Zeidler preaching the sermon. The body was laid to its last resting place in the Maple Grove cemetery at Narka.
|Walker, Addie Perl (I23)
|3|| Elnathan Hurd was the son of Ebenezer (10) and Sara Pickett Lane Hurd, was born in Killingworth, Conn., Oct. 12, 1699. He was a sturdy lad, was a devout Christian, always regular and attentive to his duties, hberal and just. He received early training in self-preservation, for he was born at a time when each man's home was a fortification against the depredations of the Indians.|
He grew to monstrous height and of wonderful bodily vigor, being six feet four inches without shoes, and was of prodigious strength. At the age of 18 years he was ensign in ''Number 6 Trained Band of Connecticut," and was made captain of his band at the same age. He fought in the French and Indian Wars and was wounded at Charlestown. The family tradition has been handed down that in passing through the spot where beautiful Newport now stands. Captain Elnathan Hurd realized the beauty of the place and later became one of its first settlers.
He married Thankful Nettleton Dec. 4, 1724, a member of the distinguished Nettleton family from which have descended so many men and women noted for their learning, honest integrity and philanthropy.
From a diary kept by the noted son of this woman, we learn that upon one occasion when left alone for the day, Elnathan Hurd's home was attacked by Indians. Hearing the ''war-whoops" of the approaching red men, Mrs. Hurd tactfully suggested that the mothers and daughters don the men's hats and coats, and hastily seizing every available gun began a spirited fire upon the approaching Indians. The deception was complete; the Indians supposed the homes to be defended by a strong garrison and fled. From these leaders among the early settlers of Killingworth, that noted revolutionary officer, Captain Sam Hurd, was endowed with many gifts that helped to make him one of New England's strongest and most daring early soldiers. At the age of 75 years Elnathan Hurd was eager to enter the active service for the defense of his countrymen, but he was not allowed to go, being ''over sixty." He was made chairman of the ''Committee of Safety" in Feb., 1775, at the little village of Newport. He was, however, in "active service" in his home duties and was in constant danger from the home Tories, was captured once and confined in the historical Sugar House prison in New York for six months. He effected his escape, returned home and at the age of 81 years, still vigorous and strong, fell from his horse and was killed.
Data by R.W. Allen
|Hurd, Elnathan (I550)
|4||Find A Grave Memorial# 116980355||Walker, Addie Perl (I23)
|5|| Henry McDowell vs. Margaret McDowell|
Simpson County Court Records
Submitted by Jan J. Barnes
Simpson County Circuit Court Records, #750
Commonwealth of Kentucky
H. McDowell vs M. McDowell alias Cardwell
Febr 23rd 1850
To the Sheriff of Simpson County - Greeting.
We command you to summon Margaret McDowell Alias Cardwell to appear before the Judge of our circuit court for Simpson County, at the court house on the 1st day of our next May term, to answer a bill in Chancery in said court, exhibited against her by Henry McDowell and this you shall in no wise omit under the penalty of 100. And have then there this writ. Witness, P. H. Beeisseau? Clerk of our said circuit court, at the court house aforesaid, this 23rd day of February 1850 and in the 58 year of the Commonwealth.
To the Honorable the Judge of the Simpson Circuit Court in Chancery Sitting, Your Petitioner Henry McDowell unto your Honorable Court would respectfully represent that in August 1845 he intermarried with an Margaret Hinton - That your Petitioner and the sd. Margaret lived together as husband & wife about 6 or 8 months thereafter, when a difficulty having arisen between them in consequence of the misconduct of the sd. Margaret & finding that they could not live together in peace & harmony, they agreed to separate & live apart and they accordingly separated and have not since lived together as man & wife - Your petitioner avers? and charges that the sd. separation did not take place in consequence of any fault or misconduct in any way of his but was entirely the fault of the sd. Margaret and the sd. Margaret left your petitioner without any just cause on his part therefore although it was the understanding between them that as they could not live together in peace, they would live apart - your petitioner further states that in the year 1847 in July to the best of his recollection the sd. Margaret without having obtained a divorce from your Petitioner in any way discharged the marriage relation existing between the sd. Margaret & your Petitioner married an Thomas Cardwell with whom she has lived and cohabited ever since and by whom since sd. pretended marriage she has had one child - Your Petitioner further states that sd. Margaret has entirely ______ the marriage relation that existed between yr. petitioner and the sd. Margaret and that sd. Cardwell & sd. Margaret are now & have been ever since July 1847 living & cohabiting together as husband & wife - yr. petitioner makes the sd. Margaret McDowell alias Margaret Cardwell Deft. to this Bill - in tireless consideration of the premise therefore & in the end that justice may be done in the case & inasmuch as yr. petitioner is without remedy save in yr Hon. Court he pray the Commonwealth visit of subpoena do issue commanding etc. directed etc. that the sd. Margaret be required to answer an oath the allegations herein contained. And upon hearing he prays that by de? of yr. Hon. Court the marriage relations existing between yr. petitioner & the sd. Margaret so far as yr. petitioner is concerned may be dissolved & that yr. petitioner may be released from all the obligations & liabilities arising thereupon & be fully & finally divorced from sd. Margaret & bestowed to all the privileges & immunities of an unmarried person. He prays for all relief general & special which to equity belongs as in duty bound he will ever pray &c.
Green for Compts.
McDowell vs. McDowell alias etc. This day this cause coming an to be heard on the Bill service of process answer etc & the court being sufficiently advised in the premises orders and decrees that Complainant be divorced from Deft. Margaret. That the marriage relation heretofore existing between them be dissolved and complainant be restored to all the rights privileges and immunities of an unmarried person and that he be released from all liability to Deft Margaret in any way arising out of the marriage relations heretofore existing between them.
This 7th day of Nov ____ 1850
|6||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I982)
|7||Leonardville nursing home.||Hugos, Josie Albertine (I19)
|8|| Mrs. Sofie Lahodny was born May 14, 1865, in Veika Bites, Moravia, Austria-Hungary. She came to this country with her parents, while yet an infant. When 17 years old, she was married to Charles Lahodny at Omaha, Nebr. Twenty-five years ago they moved to Republic county, Kans., near Narka, and a few years ago they moved into Narka.|
She leaves a husband, four sons -- Frank, Rudolph, Charles and Edward; two daughters-Mrs. Charles Hubka and Rose; a father, John Hulka of Omaha, a sister, Mrs. Julie Marsicek, and five grandchildren to mourn her loss.
She died April 27th. after a brief illness and was buried on April 30, at the Tabor cemetery.
Mr. Krhouney of Cuba and Rev. Jos. Teply of Narka conducted the services.
May she rest in peace.
|Hulka, Sofije (I39)
|9||Precinct 8 District 0098||King, Dorothy Alice (I519)
|10||#34 Záchlumí||Koukol, Anna (I3767)
|11||(KS) Belleville Republic County Democrat|
Dec. 14, 1910
Frank Havel was born in Bohemia March 11, 1846 and died at his home in Cuba, Kansas Dec, 6th 1910.
He came to America at the age of 20 and lived for a while at Cleveland Ohio. He went from there to Iowa and came to Kansas in 1871 and homesteaded in Richland township.
In 1873 he married Kate Benyshek. To this union nine children were born, six of whom and mother live to mourn his death.
He moved to Cuba about eighteen years ago. He was a member o the Z.C.B.J. Lodge and was always an active member.
|Havel, Frank (I1933)
|12||(KS) Belleville Republic County Democrat|
May 3, 1922
C. V. Kasl
Fairview Township lost one of it old citizens and pioneers on Wednesday evening, April 26th, 1922, when C. V. Kasl suddenly passed away from heart Failure at the age of 69 years, nine months and two days. He was born in Czechoslovakia July 24, 1852 and with his parents, came to this country in 1857 and located near Cuba in Republic county where he homesteaded and where he lived till the year 1904, after which he sold his homestead and bought a 160 acre farm near Tabor where he lived until his death.
In 1873 he was united in marriage to Miss Terezie Benyshek and the young couple endured the hardships of the early pioneer days.
He was a man of integrity and honesty, he stood well in the community in which he lived, and his death was regretted by a large circle of friends.
He leaves a wife and eight children, Mrs. Bessie Kopsa of Grover, Colo., Mrs. Ed. Richecky of Cuba, Mike Kasl of Wayne, Wesley Kasl of Denver, Colo., Stephen Kasl of Oregon, Frank, Louis and Charles of Belleville. He also leaves four brothers, John and Joseph of Oklahoma, Mike of Belleville and Pete of Concordia. Eleven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
The funeral was held on Sunday April 30, conducted by Joseph Khrounek and interment was made in the National Cemetery.
|Kasl, Vaclav (I5914)
|13||(KS) Belleville Telescope & Freeman March 9, 1911|
John Nemec, one of the old and well known citizens of the eastern part of the county, died Friday March 3, of old age, being 69 years and 5 months.
Mr. Nemec has lived in Republic county for thirty-four years, coming here from Austria. He owned a splendid farm 6 miles south of Munden, and was one of the well to do farmers of this county. He worked at the Blacksmith trade for a number of years in Tabor.
Mr. Nemec leaves a wife and three children, one son, John and two daughters, Mrs. W.H. Brosh of this county and Miss Olive Nemec, who have the heartfelt sympathy of all in their bereavement. He also leaves three brothers, Frank, living near Munden, Leslie and Joe, who live in the old country.
Funeral services were held at Tabor Hall, Sunday and burial was made in the Tabor cemetery.
|Nemec, John (I5893)
|14||(KS) Belleville Telescope April 19, 1956|
Stella Zacek Beneda, daughter of Joseph and Marie Zacek, was born on a farm southeast of Cuba, Kan., July 19, 1888, and passed away at her home southwest of Agenda, Kan., March 28, 1956, at the age of 67 years, 8 months and 9 days.
She received her education in her home school district known as the "White School." On February 22, 1910, she was united in marriage to Joseph Beneda and spent her entire wedded life on a farm southwest of Agenda. This union was blessed with four children, two sons and two daughter. She was preceded in death by her mother in June 1926, and her father in 1938, two brothers, Joseph in 1944, Adam in August 1955, two sisters, Josie in 1947 and Mary in 1944 and two grandsons, Eldon Gene Makalous in September 1944 and Darrell Eugene Beneda in June 1948.
Surviving and mourning her loss are her husband, Joe Beneda of Clyde; two sons, Earnest J. of Cuba and Frank C. of Clyde; two daughter, Mrs. Helen Makalous and Mrs. Olive Havel; sons-in law, Lawrence Makolous and Leon E. Havel; seven grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Betty Shulda and Mrs. Emma Blazek of Cuba and Mrs. Rose Barnett of Wichita; one brother, Frank Zacek of Topeka and a host of friends.
Her chief interest in life was her family and her home. She was a devoted wife and a loving mother, a wonderful neighbor and friend to everyone. She was a quiet and patient sufferer through her long illness and had cheerfully borne her burden to the end. By the loved ones of her home she shall be mourned and by the great circle of neighbors and precious friends she shall be sadly missed
Funeral services were held at the Cuba Presbyterian church with Rev. G.N. Hoerner officiating. Interment was made in the Kopsa cemetery. Plot: Sec. D-Lot 9
|Zacek, Stella (I838)
|15||(KS) Belleville Telescope Aug 23, 1934|
Joseph Havel was born January 14, 1855, at Stupno Czechoslovakia, and died at Cuba, Kan., August 7, 1934,
He was united in marriage to Josephine Krotz in Bohemia in 1876. A short time after their marriage they came to America then to Kansas and settled on a farm three miles east and one and one-half south of Cuba. To this union were born 13 children; 4 of whom with their mother preceded their father in death. Mrs. Havel passed away in 1921.
The surviving children are; James of Woodbine, Kan., Joe of Agenda, Frank of the home, Milek of Narka, Albert and Tony of Cuba, Mrs. Frances Wiruth of Concordia, Mrs. Barbara Klimek of Manhattan, Mrs. Rose Anderson of Omaha. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Joe Benyshek, sr., and one brother, Anton Havel, both of Cuba; a number of grandchildren and other relatives and friends who sadly mourn their loss.
Funeral services were conducted at the home by Stanley Zakostelsky of Narka. Burial was made in (Kopsa) National Bohemian Cemetery near Cuba, Kansas.
|Havel, Josef (I1954)
|16||(KS) Belleville Telescope Aug 8, 1968|
Joseph Shepek, son of Frank and Elizabeth Shepek, was born on a farm near Cuba, Kan., Nov. 22, 1882 and died at the Republic County Hospital on Aug. 3, 1968. He was 85 years, eight months and 11 days of age.
He received his education in the Cuba vicinity and helped on the farm of his parents. On Jan. 5, 1904 he was united in marriage to Emma Krob. Two children were born to them. He farmed in the Cuba and Wayne areas until 1953 when they retired to Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Shepek were members of the ZCBJ Lodge of Cuba for over 60 years.
He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers, Frank, Mike, Milek and Charley; five sisters, Mrs. Mary Leshovsky, Mrs. Barbara Kalivoda, Mrs. Mary Krob, Mrs. Anna Plevka and Mrs. Frances Skocny.
Surviving are his wife of the home; son, Joe and wife of Belleville; one daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lindahl, Belleville; three grandsons, two great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held in the Tibbetts Bros. Funeral Chapel with Rev. Karl Schuster and Rev. J. W. Frint officiating. Interment was in the Belleville cemetery.
|Shepek, Joseph (I5952)
|17||(KS) Belleville Telescope Aug. 18, 1955|
Adam Zacek, oldest son of Josef and Marie Zacek, was born in Czechoslovakia December 1, 1873, and passed away at Belleville hospital, Belleville, Kan., August 1, 1955, at the age of 81 years and 8 months.
With his parents when only a little child, he came to this country. The family established their residence on the Zacek homestead four miles southeast of Cuba. Here Adam grew to manhood, and here also he spent practically all his life. It was not until 1948, when on account of age and failing strength he retired to the city of Cuba, where he purchased his own home and spent his remaining days.
He was a peace-loving and kind neighbor, a tender brother, always ready to help anyone in trouble or need. Neither age nor illness marred his cheerful disposition and not until about a month ago did he consider his illness serious.
He was preceded in death by his mother in June, 1926, and his father in 1938; one brother, Joseph in 1944; and two sisters, Josie in 1947 and Mary in 1944. Surviving and mourning his loss are one brother, Frank Zacek of Topeka; four sisters, Mrs. Betty Shulda and Mrs. Emma Blazek of Cuba, Mrs. Stella Beneda of Clyde, and Mrs. Rose Barnett of Wichita, and many other relatives and a host of friends.
Mr. Zacek was a life-long member of the Z.C.B.J. lodge, whose official headquarters were at the hall southwest of Cuba, and which later merged with the stronger local lodge at Cuba. He shall be missed as a member of the Order and also as a citizen of his home city.
Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church in Cuba August 3 with the Rev. Amos Rundus in charge. Interment was in National Bohemian cemetery. Plot: Sec C-Lot 362A
|Zacek, Adam (I833)
|18||(KS) Belleville Telescope Dec. 16, 1943|
Louis Klabzuba, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Klabzuba, sr., was born September 1, 1890, and passed away at his home Dec. 8, 1943, at the age of 53 years, 3 months and 7 days. He was engaged in farming and made his home in Republic county all of his life. He served his country in World War I for five months, during which time he spent fourteen weeks in the hospital. He was married to Miss Olive Nemec June 21, 1922. To this union was born one son, Benny Louis, who died in infancy. He leaves to mourn his departure his wife and one foster son, Teddy; four sisters, Mrs. Anna Edwards of Omaha, Neb., Miss Mary Klabzuba of Belleville, Mrs. Bertha Novak of Clay Center, and Mrs. Clara Novak of Belleville; four brothers, Edward of Madrid, Nebr., Charles of Chelsen, Iowa, Wesley and Joe of Belleville, besides a host of other relatives and friends. His parents, one brother, and one sister preceded him in death. He was a member of the American Legion and the Modern Woodmen. "Lou," as he was known to his friends, was kind to everyone, always willing to help in time of need, He was faithful to his wife and a true father to Teddy. Services were held at the home Dec. 11, with burial in the Tabor cemetery.
|Klabzuba, Louis (I3892)
|19||(KS) Belleville Telescope Dec. 21. 1944 p.3|
Joseph J. Zacek, son of the late Joseph and Mary Zacek of Cuba, passed away at a Concordia hospital December 9. He had been taken there December 8, after a long illness.
He was born near Cuba on December 18, 1878, and had reached the age of 65 years, 11 months and 19 days. Surviving are his wife, Annie Zacek, whom he married September 28, 1904, at Cuba. Spending most of their married life in the vicinity of Cuba, they moved later to Washington county, where they lived until his death, residing on a farm northeast of Clyde.
Surviving also are two sons, Henry Zacek of Lincoln, Neb., and Edward Zacek of Clatonia, Neb.; six daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Yeager of Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Lee A. Craig of Moran, Kan., Mrs. Betty Eckenwiler of Wichita, Miss Leona Zacek of the home, Miss Tracy Zacek of San Francisco and Miss Lula Zacek of Lawrence; five sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Josie Kasha of Munden, Mrs. Bessie Shulda of Cuba, Mrs. Rosie Barnett of Osage, Mrs. Stella Beneda of Clyde, Adam Zacek of Cuba and Frank Zacek of Agenda.
Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church in Clyde by the Rev. J. G. Roberts, and interment was made at Cuba. Plot: Sec C-Lot 273
|Zacek, Joseph J (I835)
|20||(KS) Belleville Telescope Dec. 26. 1968|
Frank Zacek, son of Joseph and Marie Wiruth Zacek was born southeast of Cuba, Kan., December 24, 1882, and died at the Bates Rest Home, Republic, Kan., December 15 at the age of 85.
He attended White School, south of Cuba. He engaged in farming most of his life in the Agenda community. He was a member of ZCBJ Lodge.
He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and four sisters.
Survivors are: two sisters, Mrs. John (Betty) Shulda of Cuba, Mrs. Rose Barnett of Wichita; two brothers-in-law, J. J. Blazek of Cuba, Joseph Beneda of Clyde; nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, December 18 at the United Presbyterian church of Cuba conducted by the Rev. Fred Mansfield. Interment was in National (Kopsa) Bohemian cemetery. Plot: Sec C-Lot 362
|Zacek, Frank (I837)
|21||(KS) Belleville Telescope Feb. 23. 1978|
Mary Klabzuba, daughter of Wesley and Melinda Lovenburg Klabzuba, was born on a farm northeast of Belleville, Kansas on April 19, 1892 and died, after a short illness, at Republic County hospital on February 17, 1978 at the age of 85 years, nine months and 28 days. She was the last of 11 children.
She received her education at Mount Erie school northeast of Belleville and lived on the farm until she moved to Belleville in 1949 and lived the rest of her life here.
She was preceded in death by her parents, six brothers and four sisters. Survivors include nieces and nephews and two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Wesley (Frances) Klabzuba and Mrs. Joseph (Lula) Klabzuba, both of Belleville.
Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 21, from Tibbetts Bros. Chapel, Belleville, with Rev. Larry Dutton officiating. Burial was in Tabor cemetery, near Munden.
|Klabzuba, Mary (I3887)
|22||(KS) Belleville Telescope Feb. 9, 1967|
Charles Krob, son of Frank and Anna Krob, was born on a farm near Cuba, Kan., Aug. 29, 1885 and passed away at his home in Cuba, Kan., Jan. 30, 1967 at the age of 81 years.
He was united in marriage to Emma Havel, Feb. 23, 1909. To this union two children were born. They farmed near Cuba until 1940 when they retired and moved into Cuba.
He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Frank; two half-sisters, Frances Mottl and Anna Krob; step-mother, and one grandson.
Survivors include his wife of the home; son, Tony of Cuba; daughter, Mrs. Erney Slavik of Narka; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Joe Shepek of Belleville and Mrs. Frank Krasny of Cuba.
Memorial services were held at the Cuba United Presbyterian church with Rev. Fred Mansfield in charge. Interment was made at the Kopsa cemetery.
|Krob, Charles (I3498)
|23||(KS) Belleville Telescope Jan 18, 1973|
Emma Krob, daughter of Anton and Tressie Trecek Havel, was born July 1, 1890 on a farm near Cuba, and died January 8, 1973 at the Republic County hospital in Belleville, at the age of 82 years.
She was united in marriage with Charles Krob on February 23, 1909, at Belleville. To this union two children were born.
Mrs. Krob lived in the Cuba community her entire life. The couple farmed near Cuba until 1940, when they moved into town. The past several years she had lived with her daughter until she was hospitalized two months ago.
She was preceded in death by her husband Charles on January 30, 1967, by four brothers, her parents and step-mother.
Survivors include one son, Tony and wife Marie of Cuba, one daughter, Blanche Slavik and husband, Erney of Narka, six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; two brothers, Alfred and Henry Havel, both of Belleville, and one sister, Anna Cherney, of Cuba.
Memorial services were held at the United Presbyterian church in Cuba, with the Rev. Fred Mansfield officiating. Burial was at the Kopsa Cemetry.
|Havel, Emma (I3091)
|24||(KS) Belleville Telescope Jan. 2, 1964|
Mary Hanzlick, daughter of Michael and Mary Saip Hanzlick was born September 15, 1877 near Creston, Ia. She passed away December 19, 1963, at the Republic County hospital, Belleville, Kan., at the age of 86 years, three months and four days.
Early in her life he came to Kansas with her family and made her home in Republic County.
On January 1, 1895 she was married to John G. Nemec and to this union two children were born, William M. Nemec of Agenda, Kan., and Mrs. Elsie A. Horak of Munden, Kan. Mrs. Nemec was taken into the membership of the Munden Methodist church April 3, 1950 and was a faithful member. She attended Sunday school and worship services as long as her health permitted. She was also a member of Munden Chapter No. 354 Order of the Eastern Star and had been a member of J.C.D. of Cuba.
After the death of her husband John on November 5, 1946 she continued to live on the farm for one year after which she moved to Munden living alone in her home.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband John, a brother, one grandson, a brother-in-law, several half-sisters and half-brothers.
She is survived by her son William, her daughter Elsie, seven grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Josie Stransky of Grant, Neb., one half-sister, Mrs. Anna Paulicheck of Spokane, Wash., several nieces and nephews and a host of friends.
She was laid to rest in the family lot at Tabor with Rev. Harry Grusing officiating.
|Hanzlick, Mary (I848)
|25||(KS) Belleville Telescope May 3, 1979|
James S. Havel, son of Adolph and Anna Havel was born on January 3, 1875 in Czechoslovakia and passed away at the Republic County Hospital in Belleville, Kan. on April 9, 1964. He was 89 years of age.
He came to this country in 1878 and received his eduaction at the Meter School District.
He was married to Barbara Baxa October 11, 1898. To this union a son Frank and a daughter Frances were born.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife and five brothers.
Survivors include his daughter Frances Kalabzuba of Belleville, his son Frank M. Havel of Cuba, five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; four brothers, Milek of Cuba, Charles of Agenda, Lodis of California, Henry of Belleville; three sisters, Emma Klaumann of Clifton, Mary Junek of Cuba amd Anna Sefcik of Cuba.
Interment was in (Kopsa) National Bohemian Cemetery southeast of Cuba, Kansas
|Havel, James S. (I2212)
|26||(KS) Belleville Telescope Nov. 10, 1977|
Betty Zacek Shulda, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Wiruth) Zacek, was born November 12, 1879 on the family farm south of Cuba and died October 31, at the Belle-View Manor, Belleville, at the age of 97 years, 11 months and 18 days.
She attended the White Rural school south of Cuba. She married John Shulda on November 12, 1901, they had three girls and three boys. They lived on their farm until their retirement in 1941. During this time they lived for six years in Flagler, Colorado. Upon their retirement from active farming, they moved into Cuba. She was a member of the Z.C.B.J. Lodge all her life.
Preceding her in death were her husband John, her parents, three brothers, four sisters, two son-in-laws.
She is survived by three sons, Ernest Shulda, Englewood, Colo.; John Shulda, Flagler, Colo.; Joseph Shulda, Carlsbad, New Mexico; three daughter, Lottie Lewis, Denver, Colo.; Olive Huncovsky, Cuba; Marcella Regenscheid, Tonawanda, New York; one sister, Mrs. Rose Barnett; 11 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held at the United Presbyterian church of Cuba, with the Rev. Tom Ballard officiating. Burial was in the National Bohemian Cemetery.
|Zacek, Betty (I836)
|27||(KS) Belleville Telescope October 5, 1939|
Frank Kusy was born December
26, 1857 in Chrudem, Bohemia,
Belleville on September 30, 1939
at the age of 81 years, 9 months
and 4 days.
In the year 1877 he came to this
country with his parents and two
sisters and located near Hanover
in Washington county.
In 1892 he was united in marriage
to Anna Sedlacek, who preceded him
in death in 1899.
To this union three children were born
Mrs. Frances Hernik of Council Grove,
Joseph Kusy of Minnesota, and Mrs.
Rose Lahodny of Narka.
He remarried May 9, 1900, to Katie
Strumfa, and to this union three children
were born, Mrs. Olive Gray of St. Louis,
Mo., Frank Kusy of Clifton and Mrs.
Bertha Wang of Bridgeport, Tex.
He leaves to mourn his passing, his
children and 9 grandchildren, many other
relatives and a host of friends.
Funeral services were conducted at 2
o'clock Monday afternoon from the Lahodny
Funeral home, by the Rev. P. O. Davis
of the Christian church. Interment was
made in the Tabor cemetery.
|Kusy, Frank (I1473)
|28||(KS) Cuba Tribune June 10, 1926|
Marie Wiruth was born November 12, 1848 in Bohemia, Europe and died at her home three miles south and one mile east of Cuba June 3, 1926 at the age of 77 years. 6 months and 21 days.
In the year 1872 she was married to Joseph Zacek and two years later in 1874 they came to America where they homesteaded the farm in which they lived.
Nine children were born to this union all of whom survive their mother.
Those left to mourn her loss are: her husband, three boys, Adam of Cuba, Joe of Haddam and Frank of Agenda; six girls, Josie Kasha of Mahaska, Betty Shulda of Flagler, Colo., Mary Blazek and Emma Blazek of Cuba, Stella Beneda of Agenda, Rosa Barnett of Barclay, Kansas; thirty-four grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Jos. Wiruth of Crete, Nebr. and Martin Wiruth of Haddam.
Funeral services were held Saturday, June 5th from the home at one o'clock in the afternoon. Interment was made in Kopsa cemetery.
Plot: Sec B-Lot 26
|Wiruth, Marie (I3459)
|29||(KS) Cuba Tribune March 18, 1926|
Rosa Havel was born near Cuba, Republic County, Kansas July 14, 1884 and died March 11, 1926 at her home southwest of Cuba aged 41 years, 7 months and 27 days.
She was married to Milek Havel September 7, 1904, to which union were born three daughters and two sons.
Those left to mourn the loss of their dearly loved one are; her husband; three daughters, Eleanor Makalous, Amelia and Viola Havel; two sons, Lodis and Vernon; her mother, Mrs. Katherine Havel; four sisters, Anna Kolman, Emma Houdek and Albina Havel of Agenda, and Tillie Chruma of Omaha; one brother, Charles Havel of Cuba.
Funeral services were conducted at the home Sunday, March 14, by Joe Krhounek and interment was made in the Kopsa Cemetery.
The large crowd which was present was an indication of the respect and love which was held for her by all who knew her.
|Havel, Rosa (I1925)
|30||(KS) The Belleville Telescope Nov. 23, 1967|
Milek Havel, son of Adolph and Anna Havel, was born on a farm near Cuba, Kan., March 26, 1883 and died November 13, 1967 at his home in Cuba at the age of 84 years, 7 months and 18 days.
He was married to Rose Havel, September 7, 1904. Three daughters and two sons were born to them. He was engaged in farming most of his life.
He was preceded in death by his wife, one son, Lodis W.; seven brothers, James, Frank, Edward. Steve, Lodis and Anton; and one sister Emma Klaumann.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Emil Makalous, Mrs. Milek Lahodny, Mrs. Viola Opocensky; one son Vernon; two two sons-in-law and one daughter-in-law; two brothers, Charles of Concordia and Henry of Belleville; two sisters Mrs. Anna Sefcik and Mrs. Mary (Edd) Junek of Cuba; six grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
Interment was in (Kopsa) National Bohemian Cemetery southeast of Cuba, Kansas
|Havel, Milek (I1924)
|31||(KS) The Cuba Daylight March 18, 1915|
ADOLF HAVEL PASSES AWAY
It is our solemn duty to chronicle the death of one of the early settlers of this county. Adolf Havel passed away at his home in Cuba Tuesday evening. The deceased was 63 years, 9 months and 15 days at the time of his departure.
The deceased was born in Hronim Stupne, Austria-Hungary on May 31, 1851, where he grew to manhood. In the year 1874 he was united in marriage to Miss Anna Kluna, at the place of his birth. To this union were born 13 children, one of whom having departed this life in 1904.
Four years after their marriage he came with his wife to America and settled on a farmstead 3 miles east and 2 1/2 south of this city, of Cuba, Kansas. Here he resided for 19 years, after which he moved to a farm one mile west of the homestead and resided there until 6 years ago, when he moved to this city.
After being confined to his home for three weeks on account of sickness Mr. Havel passed away Tuesday March 16, 1915. The funeral will be held at the residence in this city. Interment will be at the Kopsa Cemetery southeast of Cuba, Kansas.
He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, 12 children, 9 boys and 3 girls, all of whom are residents of this community with the exception of Edward who lives at Chester, Mont.
|Havel, Adolph (I1926)
Died after washing ceiling
|Shane, Rollin Charles (I216)
Due to Arteriosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease. Fractured left hip due to fall to floor
|Lindamood, Charles Harvey (I12)
Lived with parents until 1842. Labored at "whatever he could do til 1844. Married Mary Leggett and settled in section 20 of Spring Creek Twp. Farmed and raised stock. First justice of the peace for the Spring Creek Twp. Held post for more than 20 years.
|Hollis, William David (I154)
|35||(Medical):Pedestrian struck by auto||Vye, George (I967)
|36||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I382)
|37||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I379)
Born in Tennessee according to 1870 Census
|Bradley, Martha Jane (I678)
|39||(Research):32.5.13 Catherine ["Caty"] Sparks, daughter of Daniel and Sarah (Bogard) Sparks, was born on February 13, 1812. She was married to Hezekiah Applegate in 1828 in Scott County, Indiana (marriage bond dated August 25, 1828).|
The following Applegate information was provided to us in 1988 by an authority on the family's history named L. M. Applegate of Livermore, California. According to L. M. Applegate, family records indicate that Catherine was actually a middle name, her full name being Sarah Catherine Sparks, but she was called Catherine, or Caty. Hezekiah Applegate had been born on Febru ary 14, 1810, in Tennessee (probably in Rhea County) and died on February 21, 1878, in Pike County, Illinois. Hezekiah was a son of Samuel Applegate (1783-1870), a Baptist preacher; his mother's name was Sarah. Hezekiah and Catherine ["Caty"] (Sparks) Applegate had the following children, according to the records of L. M. Applegate.
184.108.40.206 Samuel K. Applegate was born in 1830. He was married on December 6, 1852, in Pike County, Illinois, to Mary Ann Myers, and they had a son named William Applegate. Samuel K. Applegate died on April 8, 1857, and his widow, Mary Ann, was married (2nd) to George Robert Westrope; she died in 1917 near Oroville, California.
220.127.116.11. Sarah Almyra Applegate was born about 1832 (perhaps earlier). She was married in Pike County, Illinois, on November 1, 1849, to Adam Moormaul (or Moormaw). When her father's estate was settled in 1878, she was called "Myra A. Moormaw." We have found no record of her children.
18.104.22.168. William Frank Applegate, born September 6, 1836, died in Magnolia, Pike County, Mississippi, on October 26, 1912. He was married twice, (1st) to Fannie McQuirk (1844-1927) on July 21, 1867, in St. Patrick's Church in New Orleans, Louisiana. She had been born in Ireland on December 25, 1844, and died on December 26, 1927, in New Orleans. William Frank and Fannie (McQuirk) Applegate had children named: Mary Applegate, born 1868; Frances Grace Applegate, born 1872; Thomas James Applegate, born 1874; Julia Applegate, born 1877; and Theresa Applegate. born 1879.
William Frank Applegate was married (2nd) on July 2, 1903, in Chatawa, Mississippi, to Theresa Julia Mason who died July 6, 1907. They had two children: Alice Applegate and Charles Applegate.
22.214.171.124 Mary Jane Applegate was born in 1842; she was married on April 11, 1858, to Morgan Chaplin. They had no children.
The marriage of Catherine ["Caty"] Sparks and Hezekiah Applegate ended in divorce, and Hezekiah Applegate was married twice more. His second marriage was to Louisa , who bore him a child in 1846; his third marriage in 1867 was to Mary ["Ellen"] Gill.
When the 1850 census was taken of Pike County, Illinois, Catherine Applegate was shown as heading a household of her own; she was shown as 39 years of age and living with her were two of her children, her 20-year-old son, Samuel Applegate, "Farmer," and her 8-year-old daughter, Mary J. Applegate.
Sometime after 1850, according to "family tradition" as reported to us by another Applegate genealogist (Jeannette Cogar Rhodes of Grants Pass, Oregon), Catherine was married a second time, to Nicholas Barney, and she accompanied him to Oregon on a wagon train. We have no further information.
|Sparks, Sarah Catherine (I5138)
|40||(Research):Born in Radnor Twp. Son of Fred & Henrietta (Jacob) Kuhn. Husband of 1) Jeannette Budge, m. Jun 7, 1892, & 2) 1st husband of Lula Shane, m. abt 1900. Buried Mar 2, 1946.|
Find A Grave
|Kuhn, George (I876)
|41||(Research):Daughter of John & Eliza (Brock) Budge, wife of George Kuhn, m. Jun 7, 1892.||Budge, Jeannette (I878)
Belleville Telescope - 15 Mar 1973
|Hurley, Ellen Catherine (I3780)
|43||(Research):The 1905 Wisconsin State Census there are two neices with the surname of Strike which could indicate that Tarza's maiden name is Strike.||(Reichard), Thirza (I1608)
|44||01 APR 1954 Belleville, Kansas, Telescope||Knedlik, Anna Marie (I44)
|45||137 E 87th N||Lahodny, Johann "John" (I4438)
|46||1519 Second Street||Lahodny, Stanley Elvin (I4)
|47||1798. 15 Apryle, Katerina Wopatowa. Josef Wopat erb K..., Anna Suberowa. Katerina Chlupowa, Ondrejowa. Matny Puta, Ondrejowa.||Wopatova, Katerina (I2874)
|48||1830 Census - Cape Girardeau Co., MO|
males: 20 - 30 (1)
females: under 5 (2); 20 - 30 (1)
1840 Census - Cape Girardeau Co., MO
males: 5 - 10 (1); 30 - 40 (1)
females: under 5 (2); 5 - 10 (1); 10 - 15 (2); 20 - 30 (1)
|Leggett, George Washington (I225)
|49||1842. dne 15. Listopadi naroz. a 16. obrkin byl. domu 10, Jan Knedlik, katolicke, muzske, manzelske. Otec: Josef Knedlik podruh z Ondrejowa Nro. 10, syn Josefa Knedlika slavhi z Trojan Nro. 13, matky Maryi roz. Schmidl obestanhi ar. z. Mlac Nro. 9 stwj. plas. Matka: Katerina dcera Jozefa Woppata chalup. z Ondrejowa Nro. 5, matky Anni rozene Subora chalupnjk dcera z Ondrejowa Nro. 2. + Merz 1843 10 pag. 83.|
1842. on 15 Novemberopadi naroz. And the 16th Ark was. House 10, Jan Knedlik, catholic, male, married. Father: Josef Knedlik subtitle from Ondrejow Nro. 10, son of Joseph Knedlik slavhi of Trojan Nro. 13, mother Mary Mary. Schmidl obestanhi ar. Z. Mlac Nro. 9 stwj. Plasma. Mother: Katerina's daughter Jozef Woppata cottage. From Ondrejowa Nro. 5, mothers Anni rozene Subora cottage daughter from Ondrejow Nro. 2. + Merz 1843 10 pages 83.
|Knedlik, Jan (I891)
|50||1844 dne 23. Brezen naroz. a pkrt. byl. domu 10, Knedlik Joseph, katolicke, muzske, manzelske. Otec: Josef Knedlik podruhy z Ondrejowa Nro. 10, sin Josefa Knedlika staifa z Trojan Nro. 13 katky Marrji roz. Schmjdlove obni. z Tanhi dom z Mlac Nro. 9 prosi. Plas. Matka: Katerina dcera Josefa Woppata chalupnjka z Ondrejowe Nro. 5, matky Anni roz. Subera chalupnjk dceri z Ondrejowa Nro. 2.||Knedlik, Josef (I892)