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A view from the hillside outside of Stockton.
First settlers: Joseph, James, Thomas, John and Francis
McNulty; Tunis Bulls, John Wells, John Powell, Seal Northrup and
Capt. J. Owens.
First woman settler: Mrs. Robert E. Martin, who came with her husband and family in the fall of 1871.
First house erected: February 1871 by the McNulty Brothers, 2 1/2 miles south of town on the south side of the South Solomon.
First marriage: January 1, 1873 William E. Newton was married to Mary M. Young, by B.M. Cooper, a Justice of the Peace.
First birth: Myrtle Maude, daughter of Thomas McNulty, born December 25, 1871 on Elm Creek, 3 miles east and south of Stockton.
First death: Erastas Foster, 2 miles from Stockton, in the spring of 1878. He was buried in the Stockton graveyard.
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Census: State Census 1885 for Logan Township pg 1-12
News: for Palco, Plainville, Zurich, Natoma, Stockton, Webster, Mt. Ayr, Codell, Rooks County
Schools: Common School Graduates in 1920, Codell Students 1920
Obits: Laura Farrier Hopton,
News: Anniversary: Fortieth Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. I.F. Ordway, Mrs. Husted Birthday
News: Webster news from 1906; Plainville News: Geo. Yoxall sells to J.G. Woodrum,
News: Court: List of Jurors 1908
Notices: Birth: daughter to J.A. Lesher; Marriage: JAMISON-FARRIER, OSMON-PEMBLETON, BARRY-MOORE, DEAN-HUTTON, STOVER-BUTLER
Obits: Jonas J. Gilbert, Donald Brodrick, Spidle baby, Harriet C. Overholser, A.T. Dean, Mrs. G.L. Rarck, Jasper Parks, Mrs. Leighton Dean,
County: Notice of Primary Election 1914
News: Newspapers; Community News: Greenfield; Zurich; Plainville; Rockport; Rooks County News
Notices: Marriage Licenses 1889
Obits: Leigh and Lewis Mickey; Berton Danner, Verny Stanfield;
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