Mather research

Research on the the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Samuel and Lucy Mather.  Samuel died in 1896 and Lucy died in 1926. They had 10 children with 8 of them living into adulthood.

Any information of the Mather families would be appreciated.

Please let us know by contacting us at our e-mail address or at our post office address.

Seeking information

Research on the surnames of Dangberg, Jaeger, Janke, Kleine from Wayne county, Nebraska and also in Madison county, Nebraska is being done.  If you can provide additional information or are related to one of those listed above please contact AGS with the information.  We will then make contact with the persons asking for the information.

Dorothy (Lowman) Anderson

If any one has additional information on this person or on any of her relatives please contact us and let us know.  We can pass on the information to the people requesting the help in the query below.

I am related to  Mrs. A. C. (Dorothy) Anderson of Washongal, Wash., eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.    I need to contact her but how?     I am doing the family tree and  here is proof…  she is Daughter to  Lucy Remender and John Edward Lowman
Lucy Remender is the daughter to Frederick Remender and Margaretha Mete Krause.
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We sent them a response on this request Nov. 21, 2013.  The correct spelling is Washougal, Clark county, Washington.

Madison Public School Picnic

Schoolmates Hold Fifteenth Annual Picnic On Sunday

The fifteenth annual picnic of old schoolmates of the Madison school of 1870 to 1895 was held last Sunday at the Hoyt Osborn home in East Emerick. Mrs. A. K. Robinson of Newman Grove was elected president and Mrs. Hoyt Osborn of Meadow Grove was named secretary-treasurer.

Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Robinson, Newman Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Adams, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Upton, all of Meadow Grove; Mrs. Alice Stevenson, Broken Bow; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fricke, Pender; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hosford, Albion.  Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neidig, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Chittenden, Mrs. Nellie V. Yeazel, and Mrs. Gussie Wright, all of Madison. Mrs. Grace Osborn and Miss Abbie Thomas, both of Battle Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Wager and daughter, Nona, Newman Grove; Virgil Bickley, Green Garden; and Miss Ava Osborn, Meadow Grove, who was co-hostess with her mother, Mrs. Hoyt Osborn.                                                                                                 Source: “Madison Star-Mail”, Thursday, September 9, 1937, page 4.

Ned Voss

Date: December 17, 2011

Message:

I have 2 large pictures of “Ned Vosses folks”, probably from the early to mid 1899’s. Would like to find their descendants.
from: Gayle Neuhaus     Email: gneuhaus@gpcom.net
If there is anyone who can help with this request please let her know.  Also please let us know here at Allied Genealogical Search  our e-mail is madisonconebraskaroots@centurylink.net
or write to us at P. O. Box 972   Norfolk, NE.  68702-0972
Additional information:
Pictures are of Mr. and Mrs. William Voss.  William Voss was born April 2, 1838 and died Nov. 26, 1918. According to census records his first wife was Christina. Death date and location for her is still unknown. His second wife was Emma and she was born May 10, 1843 and died Nov. 26, 1918.
Ned Voss was born in 1876 and died July 7, 1952.
Source: Allied Genealogical Search, research on Dec. 23, 2011. Updated Dec. 31, 2011.