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CUSTER COUNTY NEBRASKA BIRTHS-
all data transcribed by: Melody Beery, unless otherwise noted




ADAMS
A bouncing boy recently came to bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams, of Somerford
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, September 24, 1902


ARNOLD
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Arnold, twins, a son and daughter, March 11.  Mother and babies doing well.  Arthur is convalescent.
[source: Custer Co. Republican, April 19, 1900 edition].

BALES
Elt and Ortello are the happy parents of a girl baby that arrived at their home last Saturday.
[source: Custer Co. Republican, July 19, 1900 edition]

BROWN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Brown April 22d, a boy.
Source: West Union Gazette, Custer Co. NE, April 24, 1896


CLARK
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clark, April 15, twins.  Mother and babies are doing well.
[source: Custer Co. Republican, April 26, 1900 edition]

CLAY
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Clay have another girl that was born Sunday, Jan. 19.  Mother and child are getting along nicely.
Source: Custer Co. Republican, Jan. 23, 1902

CLAYTON
Mr. and Mrs. S.F. Clayton of Lillian, are the proud parents of a 9 pound boy of recent date.  We understand that Sam thinks of deferring the naming of the boy until after election, so as to name him for the successful presidential candidate.  If that be true, he had just as well commence calling him McKinley or Mac for short, as McKinley's election is a foregone conclusion, without doubt.
(source: Custer Co. Republican, August 16, 1900 edition)

CLINEBELL
Mr and Mrs John Clinebell are the happy parents of a brand new boy which arrived at their home last Saturday.  John now weighs "sixteen to one" (sixteen ounces to the pound)
Source: Custer County Republican, August 1, 1901
 
COLE
Mr. and Mrs. William Cole are rejoicing over the birth of a baby boy born last Friday morning.  Weight, four and a half pounds.  It is hard to tell which is the happiest, its papa or grandpapa.
Source: West Union Gazette, Custer Co. NE, April 10, 1896

COOPER
Marion Cooper and wife are rejoicing over the coming of a little girl at their home. She came March 2.
Source: Custer County Republican, March 6, 1902

CHAPIN
Mr. and Mrs. C.A. are the proud parents of another boy to bless their home.  He was born Monday night the 23rd.
[source: Custer Co. Republican, July 26, 1900 edition]
 
DANIELS
Mr. and Mrs. Al Daniels are the happy parents of a girl, from April 16th.
[source: Custer Co. Republican, April 26, 1900 edition]

DAY
Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Day are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl, of regulation weight, last Friday, October 11.
Source: Custer County Republican, Oct. 17, 1901

Day
Walter Day is the proud "Dad" of a second son, who came to stay at his place on last Thursday  Mother and boy are doing nicely.
Source: Custer County Republican, Jan. 14, 1904

DEAL
Borne to Mr. and Mrs.H.B. Deal September 13th, 1901 a son, mohter and babe doing well and Harve is on the mend.
Source: Custer Co. Republican, Sept. 19, 1901

DOUGLAS
Born August 7th to Mr. and Mrs. Eben Douglas of the Somerford country a boy with Dr. C.E. Taylor present.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, Aug. 28, 1924

EMPFIELD
Born to Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Empfield, June 1, a son.  Mother and babe doing well, and Ben is convalescent.
Source: Custer Co. Republican, June 6, 1901

FARQUAR
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Farquar, Friday morning, a daughter.  A glance at Mr. Farquar's face, who is an engineer on the freight running out of here, as he came down town, told the story.  It not reflected in his face, but the rapidity with which he walked convinced all that he had one more to provide for.  Mother and the daughter doing nicely and the sunshine brought into the home by this little arrival will more than compensate the father for a little extra "hustle".
Source: Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, Nov. 6, 1913

FINLEY:
Born to Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Finley Nov. 24, a ten pound daughter.
[source: Custer County Republican, Nov. 30, 1899 edition]



GRABERT:
Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Grabert are rejoicing over  the arrival of a baby girl at their home Tuesday morning Sept. 18.  It is their first girl.  Mother and little one are reported getting along nicely.
(source: Custer Co. Republican, September 20,1900)

GABRIEL
Tuesday morning of last week a girl baby weighing about ten pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. K. Gabriel who live near the Coburg Church.  As Mrs. Gabriel was suffering with a severe attack of blood poison, Mrs. George Dasher of this city brought the child home with her and is taking care of it at her home.  Mrs. Gabriel is getting better now.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Dec. 2,1920,

GROFF
Dr. C.E. Taylor reports the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Groff August 18.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, Aug. 28, 1924

GROFF
Tuesday afternoon we saw Frank Groff in town and, reaching out to shake hands with him, he gave us sucha healthy hearty hand shake we had began to wonder when we had especially befriended him. The explanation was that eight pound girl born that afternoon.
Source: Sargent Leader, Sargent Nebraska, Oct. 2, 1919

HAMMOND
Mr. and Mrs. Hammond are the happy parents of a boy who was born on Monday.
[SOURCE: Custer Co. Republican, March 1, 1900 edition]

HAWK
Thursday May 3rd, a new school superintendent was enrolled in Sargent.  We call him a new superintendent for no doubt he will make papa Supt. F.H. Hawk step around and side step, and walk the floor considerably in the not distant future.  Dr. Taylor says he is a husky little fellow, and that everyone concerened is doing fine.
Source: The Sargent Leader, May 3, 1923

HEAFFLE
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heaffle of McKinley, are the proud parents of a boy that arrived at their home, June 4.
Source: Custer Co. Republican, June 6, 1901

HENMAN
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Henman, of Custer precinct are the happy parents of a girl baby that was born to them last Monday morning.
Source: Custer County Republican, July 4, 1901

HENTS
Geo. Hents has another girl at his home, presented by his wife last Saturday, weight eight and one half pounds.
Source: Custer County Republican, August 08,1901

HOLDERMAN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holderman, November 1st, 1901, a daughter.
Source: Custer County Republican, Nov. 7, 1901

HUTTON
B.O. Hutton and wife are the proud parents of a boy who was born the 7th inst.  It is their first and Ben is the proudest man in town.
Source: Custer Co. Republican, June 13, 1901

JOHNSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Johnson, yesterday, in this city a ten pound boy.  Mrs. Johnson is at the home of her father, J.J. Snyder.
[source: Custer Co. Republican, June 28, 1900 edition]

Klanecky
Last Thursday the editors hair stood on ends when Fred Klanecky, a prominent farmer residing a few miles east of town, entered into our sanctum.  His facial exprssion was unknown to us, not having seen it like that before, and of all things we could conceive in our rattled cranium was that, perhaps, we were in line of something unwelcome, however our fears wre not realized.  No having mentioned his name in connection with any statement that might arouse a provocation, we were quite at sea.  But after sizing up the small hole under our news pressa and being our only hope of escape, we gathered up enough courage to ask a question.  The smile that resulted from our question was now more pronounced, and after a few more exchanges he politely told us that his home had been visited by the stork the day before and left a beautiful nine pound baby boy, the first son in the household.  To say that Fred is proud of this little chap is putting very mildly.  The writer hopes that the lad may grow up into manhood and be the pride of his illustrious parents and especially in their declining years.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, Jan. 25, 1912

KLALAL
Dr. C.E. Taylor reports the birth of a girl November 14th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klalal who reside about seven miles east of Sargent.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent, NE, Nov. 30, 1922

KIMBERLING
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Kimberling are the proud parents of a girl baby that was born to them last Friday.  Mother and child are reported getting along nicely.
Source: Custer Co. Republican, Aug. 22, 1901

KREMBROW
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Krembrow on last Friday, a son.
[SOURCE: Custer Co. Republican, May 10, 1900 edition]


LANTERMAN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Lanterman, Thursday August 31, 1899 a girl
[Source: Custer County Republican, September 7, 1899]

LARSON
Alfred Larson is wearing a smile on his face now days- a new girl- what would his mile have been had it been a boy
Source: Custer County Republican, April 17, 1902

LOVEJOY
Mr. and Mrs. John Lovejoy are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy last Sunday morning August 24th.  Dr. Taylor being in attendance.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, Aug. 28, 1924

MACY
Prof. and Mrs. Macy are the proud parents of a boy that arrived at their home yesterday.  Mother and child getting along nicely.
Source: Custer County Republican, Sept. 2, 1902

MAUPIN
Mr. and Mrs. Chal. Maupin have a boy at their home that born Sunday.  Mother and little one are reported doing nicely.
[source: Custer County Republican, June 7, 1900 edition]

MILLEGON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Millegon Feb. 15, a son.  Dr. Talbot in attendance.
[Souce: Custer Co. Republican, Feb. 21, 1901]

NICOLAI
An 8 1/2 pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nicolai Sunday morning.  Mother and child are doing well, and Chas. smiles broadly when you call him "papa".
Source: The Sargent New Era, April 29,1899

PETTIS, MR. AND MRS. AETNA
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Aetna Pettis this morning a big fat boy----and of such is the continuation of the nation
[source: Custer Co. Republican, June 14, 1900 edition]

PITTAWAY
Mrs. and Mrs. E. J. Pittaway are the proud parents of a ten pound baby girl, born January 7th.
[Source: Custer County Republican, January 10, 1901 edition]

RHODER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rhoder, a boy, which seems to brighten Charley's appearance.
Source: Sargent Leader, Sargent Ne, Jan. 30, 1903

SCOTT
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scott are the happy parents of a bran new boy which arrived at their home on July 5.
Source: Custer County Republican, July 11, 1901

SCOTT
When you think of Mr. and Mrs. O.M. Scott now, you should visualize them as grandpa and grandma Scott.  Well, its a boy that was born last Sunday to Doctor and Mrs. Merle Scott of Central City, Nebraska.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, Aug. 28, 1924

STEPANEK
Dr. C.H. Fenstermacher report the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stepanek, Thursday, November 23.  Mrs. Stepanek is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neknda, who live _miles north and a few miles west of Sargent.  Mr. and Mrs. Stepanek are staying at the Neknda home at present.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, November 30, 1922

TAYLOR
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylor, Sunday last, a son. All parties doing well.
Source: Custer County Republican, October 10, 1901

TOBIAS
Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Tobias were made happy last Thursday by the arrival of a brand new boy, which bids fair some day to be a better man than its dad.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, September 24, 1902

TRINDLE
Born Aug. 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Rube Trindle a boy, Dr. C.E. Taylor in attendance.
Source: The Sargent Leader, Sargent NE, Aug. 28, 1924

TUTTLE
Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Tuttle are the proud parents of a girl that arrived at their home the night of the 16th.  Mother and babe are reported doing well, and G.H. it is thought, will recover under careful care.  But as it is his first child he is the proudest man of the city.
[source: Custer Co. Republican, January 18, 1900 edition]


VAN ANTWERP, MR. AND MRS. LUEIE
November 11, 1899, a ten pound daughter
[source: Custer County Republican, Nov. 30, 1899 ediition]

DR.WELLS
of Comstock, is the father of a bouncing baby boy.
Source: The Sargent Leaader, Sargent Custer Co. NE, January 1, 1902

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