NEOSHO COUNTY, KANSAS

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Community News ~ March 25, 1881

David Cassity Commits Suicide ~ May 11, 1882

Death of Nancy Poinsette & Trials of her Daughter, Frankie Morris ~ June 23, 1885

Willie Sells' 4 Murders and Pardon ~ March 10, 1886

Farmer's Fued ~ April 28, 1887

Morgan Sipe Sentenced ~ May 5, 1887

Kittie Smith Filed A Claim Against the Estate of Alfred Hill ~ April 11, 1896

Daughter of George Chappell Recovering From Dog Bite ~ April 11, 1896

The Graduating Class of Chanute High School ~ April 11, 1896

Community News ~ May 8, 1896

Community News ~ August 14, 1896

Community News ~ January 1, 1897

J. L. Hawkins Purchased A Fine Kimball Piano Yesterday ~ April 17, 1897

Community News ~ April 30, 1897

Community News ~ May 21, 1897

Community News ~ August 20, 1897

Community News ~ September 24, 1897

A Tough Negro Killed (Bell Berry) ~ October 21, 1897

Community News ~ October 29, 1897

I. F. Romberger Set Up Two Monuments In Galesburg Cemetery ~ October 26, 1899

Mr. & Mrs. Beck, First Cousins, In Jail For Marrying ~ January 1, 1901

Mysteries Surrounding Burning of the Old Methodist Church and Old Mill May Be Solved ~ July 1, 1901

Higginbotham Murders ~ January 2, 1902

Change Made At Poor Farm ~ March 5, 1902

A Demented Stranger ~ July 19, 1902

John Ryan Taken To The Reform School ~ August 2, 1902

County Poor House ~ January 3, 1903

Very Touching Scene Occurs at the County Jail ~ June 5, 1903

County Poor Farm To Be Enlarged ~ December 13, 1906

Succeeds Judge Stilwell (James A. Finley) ~ August 31, 1907

To Move The Bodies ~ April 24, 1908

Fr. Anthony Sang First Mass ~ August 1, 1909

Jail Sentence for John Waymire ~ February 5, 1914

Last Formation in Chanute ~ October 9, 1950

Families Meet for Farewells as Unit Leaves ~ October 9, 1950

Visitors ~ October 9, 1950

Compromise Led to Tumbling Act

 
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