Jackson County, Kansas

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 Transcribed by Jim Laird

ADAMS, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams, a son on the 13th instant. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 20, 1890)

ARD, DAUGHTER

Born, February 28, a daughter to James Ard. (Mayetta) (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, March 5, 1890)

ARTHUR, SON

Jess Arthur has a fine new boy. He is happy. Whiting. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, May 7, 1890)

BARNES, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Barnes, a son. Mrs. Barnes is at the home of her parents in Holton. (Circleville) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, October 26, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laid)

BECKER, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hugg, announce the birth of a new grandson at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Becker (Wigwam) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, May 11, 1922)

BEEMS, HAROLD MILTON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beems, Friday, September 9, a nine pound boy whom they have named Harold Milton. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 15, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BURK, SON

Born July 16, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burk, of Holton, an 8 lb. boy. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, July 19, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DONAHUE, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Donahue are the parents of a baby girl, born Oct. 4. (Hoyt) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, October 19, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DUFFY, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Ora Duffy announce the birth of a little daughter, born July 16 at Holton. Mrs. Duffy was formerly Miss Reta Decker. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, July 20, 1922)

DUNCAN, LAURICE

On the 6th a fine 8 pound baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will S. Duncan. Mrs. Bessie Bailey phoned us all concerned were getting along nicely, and the baby had been given the name "Laurice." Dr. Beasley was in attendance. (The Melvern Review, Thursday, March 13, 1924, transcribed by Jim Laird)

EARLEY, DAUGHTER

On December 22, a little daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Meade Earley. (Birmingham) (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, December 29, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

EARLY, LESTER LAGRANDE JR.

Announcements have been received by many around Hoyt of the birth of Lester LaGrande Early Jr. (Hoyt). (The Holton Signal, Thursday, November 23, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ELLIOTT, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Olen Elliott of Denison announce the birth of a little daughter, born Sunday, May 14. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, May 18, 1922)

ESTES, DAUGHTER

A daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Estes, at the home near Holton. Mr. and Mrs. Estes moved to Holton from Atchison this fall - Atchison Globe. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, November 24, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FLESHER, SON

A boy at Paul Flesher's also one at E. E. Ketterman's. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, August 23, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GILLIES, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Gillies, a son, May 3d. Whiting. The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, May 7, 1890)

GOODEREL, SON

Under Sunny Slope: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gooderel are the parents of a son born February 26.

Under Mayetta: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gooderl, of El Dorado, a big boy, February 28. All doing nicely. Mrs. Gooderl was Miss Ruth Winters of this place. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, March 2, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HAVERSTOCK, SON

Mr. Hiram Haverstock's have a new boy at their house. (Netawaka). (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 12, 1890)

HOUSTON, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Houston, a daughter. Netawaka. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, June 25, 1890)

IRELAND, MARY MARGARET

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ireland of Norman, Okla., announce the birth of a 9 pound daughter, Monday, December 11, to whom they have given the name, Mary Margaret. Mrs. Ireland was before her marriage, Miss Mary Freeman of Holton. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, December 14, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JACOBS, SON

Born on the 4th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Jacobs, a eleven pound boy. Mother and child doing well. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, February 15, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JARVIS, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jarvis of Kansas City announce the birth of a son, Saturday, April 21. Mrs. Jarvis was formerly Miss Mary McAllister of Holton. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 26, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JENNINGS, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings of Princeton announce the birth of a daughter, June 21. Mrs. Jennings before her marriage Miss Martha Elliott of Holton. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, July 7, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JOHNSON, SON

Born, April 2nd to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, a son (Mayetta) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 6,1 922)

KETTERMAN, SON

A boy at Paul Flesher's also one at E. E. Ketterman's. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, August 23, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KNOWLES, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Knowles, a son, on Friday, April 28th. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, May 4, 1922)

LADNER, DORIS LEVONNE

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ladner of Topeka announce the birth of a daughter, Doris Levonne, March 19. Mrs. Ladner was formerly Miss Cora Stephenson of this place. (Circleville) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 5, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LEWIS, DAUGHTER

Born June 6th, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. (The Holton Weekly Signal, June 11, 1890)

LINDILLE, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindille, of Greeley, Colo., Monday, June 6, a son. Mrs. Lindille was before her marriage Miss Flossie Porterfield. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, June 21, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LISTER, DAUGHTER

George Lister is the happy possessor of a brand new baby girl. (Mayetta) (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 12, 1890)

LUELLING, DAUGHTER

Jas. Luelling and wife are the proud parents of a girl. (Adrian) (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, August 3, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LUNDIN, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lundin, on Saturday morning, Sept. 30th, a boy. Hans and everybody are feeling fine. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, October 5, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LYNDE, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Armour Lynde are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine ten pound boy, born last Friday. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 21, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McDONALD, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas McDonald, January 17, a daughter. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, January 18, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McGREW, SON

A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. S. b. McGrew, recently. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 12, 1890)

MYERS, SON

Born on the 14th, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Myers. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 21, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NELSON, LOUIS SCOTT

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nelson are the parents of a son, born March 19, whom they have named Louis Scott. (Circleville) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 5, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PERRY, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perry on December 12, a fine boy. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, December 17, 1890)

POOL, DAUGHTER

Soldier Valley Item: A daughter was born Friday, October 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pool. Mother and babe doing nicely. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, November 3, 1921, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PRIEST, SON

A fine boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Priest, March 17th. (Whiting) (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, April 2, 1890)

RANCIER, SON

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Rancier last Friday morning. (The Holton Weekly Signal, February 26, 1890)

RECTOR, SON

Born to Wyatt and Essie Rector, a boy, all doing well. Banner. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, July 9, 1890)

RICKEL, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rickel are the proud parents of a baby boy, born January 22. (Hoyt). (The Holton Signal, Thursday, January 25, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROBSON, DAISY CHARLOTTE

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robson are the parents of a girl baby born on Monday morning, October 2, and was given the name of Daisy Charlotte in honor of both grandmothers. Mother and baby are getting along nicely and Fred is all smiles. (the Holton Signal, Thursday, October 5,1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROBSON, SON

Born on the 16th to Dr. and Mrs. R. Robson, a son. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 21, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RUTH, SON

James Ruth and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a son at their home. Pea Ridge. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, August 24, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SAXON, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Saxon of Topeka are the parents of a son, born Friday, January 12, 1900. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, January 18, 1900, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCHOONOVER, ERNEST E.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoonover are the parents of a son born March 16, whom they have named Earnest E. (Circleville) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 5, 1923, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHELTON, SON

Barton Shelton has been entertaining a fine boy since Thursday, February 6. (Circleville) (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 19, 1890)

SHINGLETON, SON

Born on the 14th to Mr. and Mrs. charlers Shingleton, a son. (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, September 21, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SIPLE, LYLE LEE

Born on Friday, March 3, 1922 to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Siple, a son, Lyle Lee. (Soldier) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, March 16, 1922)

SNENEGER, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sneneger, a boy. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, July 30, 1890)

SNYDER, DAUGHTER

Born Sunday evening to Frank Snyder and wife, a girl (Mayetta). (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, August 31, 1899, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STANLEY, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elam Stanley, on Thursday, April 6th, a ten pound girl. Mother and baby are getting along nicely and Elma is quite happy. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, April 13, 1922)

STEPHENSON, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stephenson are the parents of a daughter born December 13. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, December 21, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STEWART, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stewart of Topeka announce the birth of a daughter, Monday, October 9th. Mrs. Stewart before her marriage, Miss Oda Spiker of Holton. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, October 19, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SUMNER, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sumner, living east of town, a daughter. Netawaka. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, May 21, 1890)

SWARTZ, DAUGHTER

Born - A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. F. Swartz, May 26th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, June 11, 1890)

TEMPLETON, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Templeton of Topeka on Friday, May 12, a boy. Grandma Robinson went to Topeka Saturday to visit her new grandson and mother. (Mayetta). (The Holton Signal, Thursday, May 18, 1922)

UHL, DAUGHTER

A fine daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herb Uhl, January 2, (Denison) (The Holton Recorder, Thursday, January 5, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WEIBLE, DAUGHTER

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Willis Weible, February 8th. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, February 12, 1890)

WHELAN, SON

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Whelan are the proud parents of a baby boy, born on October 7. (Hoyt) (The Holton Signal, Thursday, October 19, 1922, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILLIAMS, DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Williams, a daughter on the 13th instant. (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, August 20, 1890)

WINE, SON

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wine, a ten pound boy. (Netawaka) (The Holton Weekly Signal, Wednesday, December 17, 1890)

WOLVERTON, DAUGHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Wolverton are the parents of a little daughter, born February 28. All doing well. (The Holton Signal, Thursday, March 2, 1922)

 

 
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