Jefferson County
Nebraska
Births


Contributions of birth certificates or other records are welcomed

All births contributed by Kristin Vaughn unless otherwise noted


Ackman
Jansen
A little son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ackman, June 16th

[The Fairbury Journal, June 25, 1914]


Arnold
Born, Sept. 15, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Arnold (Alta Gano) Fairbury, a boy.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 19, 1918]


Brase
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Brase, living eight miles west of Fairbury, Monday the 16th.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, October 20, 1905]


Busing
Gibson
Born May 21st to Mr. & Mrs. Charles Busing, a daughter

[The Plymouth News, Saturday, May 27, 1899]


Davis
Born, Sept. 10, to Benj and Viola Davis, boiler-maker, Fairbury, a boy

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, September 18, 1908]


Davis
Born, Sept. 19, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Davis (Pansy Crabtree) Fairbury, a boy.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 19, 1918]


Franklin
Born, March 3, 1912, to Jas. U. and Minnie Franklin, truckman, Fairbury, a boy.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, March 8, 1912]


Gray
Born, Sept. 12, to Ralph and Etta Gray, farmers Antelope precinct, a girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, September 18, 1908]


Helvey
Born, January 23, to Ope and Beth Helvey, farmer, Helvey, girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, January 31, 1908]


Houser
Born, Sept. 11 to Chas and Thresa Houser, farmer, of Powell, a girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, September 18, 1908]


Howarter
Born, Sept. 16, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Milton T. Howarter (Cora M. Sullivan), Fairbury, a boy.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 19, 1918]


Hultquist
Born, Febr. 19, 1912 to Frederic and Marie Hultquist, painter, Fairbury, a boy.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, March 8, 1912]


Ireland
Born, Sept. 11, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ireland, (Ida Sandman), Fairbury, a girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 12, 1918]


Kenzie
Born, Sept. 11, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fred Kenzie, (Nellie Furry,) Fairbury, a girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 12, 1918]


Kriesel
Born, Sept. 10, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kriesel (Helena Kujath) near Fairbury, a boy.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 12, 1918]


Kujath
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kujath at Gladstone, December 12

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, December 22, 1905]


Lammel
Plymouth
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gid. Lammel Dec. 4, a son

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, December 16, 1910]


Manthey
Born, Febr. 8, 1912, to W.C. and Anna Manthey, engineer, Fairbury, a girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, March 8, 1912]


Marsh
Born, Sept. 14, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Marsh (Anna Bush), Fairbury, a boy.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 19, 1918]


Martinez
Born, Sept. 14, 1918, to Senor and Senora Luceo Martinez (Sebina Serrillo) Fairbury, a girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 19, 1918]


McCloskey
Born, Sept. 5, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. McCloskey (Alma Rump) Fairbury, a girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 19, 1918]


McGregor
Born, Sept. 14, to Wm and Mary McGregor, farmer, near Fairbury, a boy.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, September 18, 1908]


Morrison
Twin sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Morrison of this city December 16.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, December 22, 1905]


Plebuch
Born, January 25, to Benj. and Myra Plebuch, Fairbury, iron moulder, boy.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, January 31, 1908]


Ratzlaff
Born, Aug. 29, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. John Ratzlaff (Anna Fast), Jansen, a girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Thursday, September 12, 1918]


Schoenrock
Born, January 22, to August and Olza Schoenrock, near Fairbury, girl

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, January 31, 1908]


Schoenrock
Born, January 23, to Fred and Mary Schoenrock, near Fairbury, girl.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, January 31, 1908]


Schultz
Plymouth
Born to Mr. and Mrs. August Schultz, Dec. 4, a son.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, December 16, 1910 ]


Shoebothan
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Shoebothan Tuesday night of last week.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, January 1, 1904]


Vaughn
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Vaughn are the proud parents of a baby boy, born Sunday, April 17th. Clay was quite surprised when he came home from Kansas City to find he was papa.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clay Vaughn are the proud parents of a nine and one-half pound boy who arrived Sunday.

[The Steele City Press, April 22, 1921]


Wall
Jansen
A little son came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wall Saturday, Feb. 3.

[The Fairbury Journal, Friday, February 9, 1912]


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