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MAGNER INFORMATION 38      edited by MagnerJ@aol.com

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MAGNER CEMETERY

From the Lost River DAR Records Transcribed by Tom Agan Orleans Township Section 5 T2N R1E. Abandoned.

The will of William Magner, probated Feb. 1, 1856, mentions the family graveyard, which is "to be reserved forever" and gives the location in north west quarter of Section 5 etc. The little fenced plot is near the old homestead, and is covered with vines and bushes. The inscriptions were copied by Mr. Henry C. Lynd a grandson of William Magner.

Busick, Mary J.; d. May 22.....illeg.....age 2 yrs.

Chism, infant son; of W. & J. May 12, 1861 - 1861

Chism, infant daut.; of W. & J. d. May 1, 1870.

Huddleson, Angeline Magner; July 9, 1828 - Jan....1854

Magner J. L.; d: 1840, age 16 yrs.

Magner, A.B.; d: 1840 age 18 yrs.

Magner, William; d: Jan.22, 1856, age 67 yrs.

Magner, Mary w. of Wm. d. 1850, age 66 yrs.

Magner Edward d. Sept. 14, 1865, age 87 yrs.

Magner, Jan.; d. May 11, 1877, age 80 yrs.

McNight, Martha S. w. of J. S. d. July 16, 1865, age 20 yrs.

Taggart, Mary; March 12, 1829—May 1856

Wilson Anna Aug. l7, l851--Aug. 26, 1873

Wilson, Sarah E; 3. Feb 17, 1849 - - Sept. 20, 1872.

Wilson, Hannah; w. of L. B. d. Aug. 31, 1865, age 43 yrs (daut. of Wm. & Mary Collins Magner)

Wilson, Joseph; son of L.B. & H. D

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Patrick M. Manger Biography

This biography appears on pages 21-22 in "History of Dakota Territory" by George W. Kingsbury, Vol. IV (1915) and was scanned, O C Red and edited by Maurice Krueger, mkrueger@iw.net. This file is part of the SDGENWEB Archives. If you arrived here inside a frame or from a link from somewhere else, our front door is at http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/sd/sdfiles.htm

PATRICK M. MAGNER.

Patrick M. Magner, who is engaged in farming on section 5, in Yankton precinct of Yankton County, is a son of David and Mary (Creighton) Magner. The father was born in Cork, Ireland, and brought by his parents to the state of New York. His wife was born in Dublin, Ireland, and with a brother and a friend came to the United States and settled at Woodstock, Illinois, where she was married to David Magner, having previously removed westward to the locality. In 1874 the parents of our subject came to South Dakota. The father, who was a shoemaker, worked at his trade in Woodstock and also in Yankton up to the time of his death, which occurred in 1876. His widow survived him and reared their two sons, Michael and Patrick, the former now a business man of Yankton. The mother passed away in Council Bluffs, Iowa, in 1908.

Patrick M. Magner grew to manhood in Yankton and in early life became interested in athletics, especially in boxing. He became a professional and in about thirty matches in the featherweight class lost but one. Since retiring from the ring he has been engaged in farming. He first purchased one hundred and sixty acres of land in 1902 and since that time has added to his holdings until his home ranch comprises five hundred and twenty acres, on which he has one of the finest sets of farm buildings in Yankton county or in South Dakota. He is continually adding to his buildings and to his property as the increase of his business demands. He is exclusively a stockman, selling no grain, and often buying some to feed upon the home ranch. He also has a farm of more than ten hundred and twenty acres ten miles west of Yankton, on which he raises large quantities of grain. His farming operations are conducted on an extensive scale. A large farm traction engine is used in the heavy plowing and hauling and in the threshing and other operations on the farm. Seventy-five horses are necessary on the two farms. The annual output includes three or four hundred cattle and one thousand hogs, and is equaled by but few producers in the state. Mr. Magner follows advanced scientific methods and seems to have discovered the secret of preventing disease among hogs by feeding them while they are growing on oats, giving them no corn except for the finish a month or two before sending them to the market. His herds have been at all times free from the usual ravages of disease. He is also a believer in alfalfa, having out about one hundred and seventy-five acres of it. Since becoming well established in his others lines he has added dairying to his business. He started by selling milk and now supplies a large part of the milk and cream used in Yankton.

Mr. Magner, was married October 21, 1905, to Miss Maude A. Paul who was born near Iowa City, Iowa, November 21, 1871, a daughter of William L. and Alice (Carney) Paul, who in 1878 removed westward to

Buffalo county, Nebraska, settling half way between Kearney and Orleans. Mr. Paul, having served as a soldier throughout the Civil war, was compelled to live on his claim for only about a year, when he received title to it. The family resided on the claim while Mr. Paul followed his vocation of contracting and building in Kearney and Orleans and as soon as he received a patent to the land he moved his family to Kearney, where the children were educated. While upon the claim the family lived in a sod house and the school which the children attended during that period was also a sod structure. The mother died a few years after the removal to Kearney and the family afterward scattered. Mrs. Magner came to Yankton and made her home with old family friends until her marriage. She became interested in farming before her marriage and for several years after had charge of the place before Mr. Magner took an active part in running the business. Her knowledge of agriculture and stock-raising is equal to that of her husband's and theirs are among the most important and extensive interests of Yankton county and that section of the state. They have four big silos holding over one thousand tons and furnishing ensilage for the large number of cattle and hogs annually fed and marketed on the Magner farm.

Mr. Magner is a republican in his political views but does not seek nor desire office, preferring to concentrate his energies upon his agricultural and stock-raising interests, which have brought him to a prominent position among the successful farmers of his part of the state.

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1870 Orange County Indiana census (Index only)

Mackey, Abraham McCart, Pleasant Miller, Daniel

Mackey, William McCart, Thomas Miller, Ellen

Madison, John McCart, William Miller, Henry

Magill, William A. McCarthy, James Miller, Jacob

Magner, Ariss McCarthy, William Miller, James

Magner, James McClain, Isaiah Miller, John

Magner, Jane McClair, Francis Miller, Joseph P.

Magner, Lanvill McClane, John Miller, Lorenzo D.

Magner, William McClure, Nelson Miller, Louisa

Mahan, George W. McConley, Albert Miller, Maria

Mahan, Jackson McConley, James Miller, Shridan

Mahan, Jasper McCormick, Sarah Miller, Webster

Mahan, John McCormick, Thomas Miller, Wesley

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I.O.O.F. Cemetery –Orleans, From the Records of the Lost River DAR Transcribed by Tom Agan

This cemetery, opened by I.O.O.F. Lodge of Orleans in 1879, lies north of Green Hill Cemetery. Burials prior to that date have been moved from other cemeteries.

Magner, Harry E.; 1862 - 1930

Magner, Loueta; 1866 - 1939

Magner, Freddie L.; 1892 - 1893

Magner, Ruth F.; d. Feb 2, 1907, age 4y/11m/26d

Magner, Robert H.; d. Jan 3, 1907, age 8y/6d

Magner, Harold L.; Dec 11, 1894 - Oct 10, 1897

Magner, Norman Carl; Oct 16, 1881 - Apr 19, 1889

Magner, Edward B.; Aug l6/l88l - Jan 7, 1902

Magner, Charles W.; Oct 1, 1855 - Oct 4, 1901

Martin, James A.; Oct 15, 1868 - Apr 10, 1905

 

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Will Book 2 of Orange County, Indiana

NOTES: The format of these entries is Name of decedent, date will written, date will entered into probate, heirs, executor. These records were copied from the DAR records, as they were written. I have left punctuation intact.

MAGNER, Edward; 25 Feb 1864; 1 Nov 1865; Heirs: wife Jane; sons Lanville M., William Henry, James; grandchildren Archibald HUDELSON, Emily TAGGART, William B. TAGGART. Executors: sons William and James.

MAGNER, William; not dated; 1 Feb 1856; Heirs: sons William H., John A.; daughter-in-law Jane, widow of Josiah MAGNER; Mary E. TAGGART; Hannah WILSON; Joseph HICKMAN. Family grave yard to be preserved forever, in NW quarter of Sec. 5, T2N, R1E (Orleans Township). Executors: Samuel H. GLENN, Hamilton TAGGART.

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St. Mary's Cemetery, Town of Ridgeway, Orleans County, New York

Transcribed by Richard and Shirley Nellist.

Contributed by Richard Nellist, Town of Ridgeway Historian, <rhn@vivanet.com>.

MAGNER, EDWARD 1879 2/4/1947 BORN: MEDINA, N.Y.

MACKEY, MARY 1892 5/12/1942 ROCHESTER, N.Y. BORN: MEDINA, N.Y.

MACKEY, PATRICK 9/10/1832 4/17/1895 MEDINA, N.Y. BORN: IRELAND, FATHER: JOHN, MOTHER: MARY SWEENEY

MACKEY, WILLIAM 63 YRS. 6/1/1936 MEDINA, N.Y. BORN: MEDINA, N.Y.

MAGNER, EDWARD 1879 2/4/1947 BORN: MEDINA, N.Y.

MAGNER, WILLIAM 52 YRS. 9/23/1927 MEDINA, N.Y.

MAHANEY, THOMAS 60 YRS. 5/18/1897 MEDINA, N.Y. BORN: I

 

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Early Wills of Orange County, Indiana

NOTES: The format of these entries is Name of decedent, date will written, date will entered into probate, heirs, executor. These records were copied from the DAR records, as they were written. I have left punctuation intact.

MAGNER, Elizabeth Jane; 18 Jun 1852; 6 Sep 1852; Sisters Mary Ann MAGNER and Martha Sarah MAGNER; two brothers who are at home with "my mother": James H. and Orin M.

MAGNER; brother John, "having left home, is not to receive any portion." Exec: not given. Witness: John BAKER and Sarah MAGNER.

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Mt Olivet Cemetery (M), Chaffee Co, Colo Researched by June Shaputis

Contributed for use by the USGenWeb Project (http://www.usgenweb.org) Archives and by the COGenWeb Project Archives (http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/co/cofiles.htm) by the Author: June Shaputis - June 1997 Copyright (c) 1987 by June Shaputis from book CHAFFEE COUNTY,COLORADO, BURIALS. All rights reserved except permission granted to reproduce or distribute to not-for-profit individuals or organizations.

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MAGNER, Charles Dickens 20 Nov 1865 - 2 Jan 1947 (Marker; Blk 2, Lot 4) (Buena Vista Town Hall Rec) (Chaffee County Republican 10 Jan 1947)

MAGNER, Erma L. MCKEE 7 Jul 1865 - 24 Dec 1950 (Marker; Blk 2, Lot 4) (Salida Mail

28 Dec 1950; Chaffee County Republican 29 Dec 1950)

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ky-footsteps-digest Thursday, April 23 1998 Volume 01 : Number 007

Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 19:44:16 –0500 From: "Diana Flynn" <ivie@tima.com>

Subject: KFY: OBIT: Anderson, 1998 - born Oldham Co

TIMES MAIL

BEDFORD, LAWRENCE CO., INDIANA ANDERSON GREENWOOD POWELL GARRETT FELCH MAGNER

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FAIRVIEW CEMETERY – ORLEANS From the records of the Lost River DAR Transcribed by Tom Agan

Orleans Township Section 30, T2N R1E. Used

This cemetery was opened in 1910 and lies west of I.O.O.F. Cemetery.

Magner, Harold L; 1921 - 1922

Magner, J.H; 1858 - 1937

Magner, Roy H; May 23, 1920 - July 1, 1938

Magner, Etta; 1867 - 1914

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1890 U. P. R. R. BUSINESS GAZETTEER, MERRICK COUNTY, FARMERS LISTING

Submitted to the USGenWeb Nebraska Archives, November 1997 by Ted and Carole Miller (susieque@pacbell.net).

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1890 U. P. R. R. Business Gazetteer Merrick County Farmers Listing Central City--County Seat

Magner John, Palmer.

Magner Thos, Palmer.

Magnuson Chas, Chapman.

Malmrose August, Chapman.

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1890 CENSUS SPECIAL SCHEDULE, VETERANS AND WIDOWS, MERRICK COUNTY, NE

Transcribed from Microfilm Series M123 Roll 37 by Ted and Carole Miller. Submitted to the USGenWeb Nebraska Archives, 1997 by Ted and Carole Miller (susieque@pacbell.net) USGenWeb Project NOTICE: In keeping with our policy of providing free information on the internet, data may be used by non-commercial researchers, as long as this message remains on all copied material. These electronic pages may not be reproduced in any format for profit, nor for presentation in any form by any other organization or individual. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material for purposes other than as stated above, must obtain express written permission from the author, or the submitter and from the listed USGenWeb Project archivist.

Special Schedules of the Eleventh Census (1890)

Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows of Union Veterans of the Civil War

Microfilm Series M123 Roll 37 Merrick County Nebraska

Township Enumeration District

Silver Creek Twp 349

Mead Twp 350

Loup Twp 351

Midland Twp 352

Central Twp 353

Vieregg Twp 354

Clarksville Twp 355

Lone Tree Twp 356

Central City 357

Chapman Twp 358

Prairie Creek Twp 359

The information listed is as formatted on the census page preceded by a Soundex of the surname:

ED; Page #; Line #; Dwelling & Family #'s; Name; Post Office; Rank;

Company; Regiment; Enlistment date;

Discharge date; Length of service; Disability incurred and

Remarks.

1890 Veterans Census NE ED351

M256 ED351 p3 L33 D115 F116 Magner, John P.O. Palmer, Merrick Co., NE

Pvt Co. K Reg. 1 Min Mtd Rangers. Enl. 2 Dec 1862, Dis. 28 Nov 1863.

Served 11m 26d.

M256 ED351 p3 L34 D115 F116 Magner, John P.O. Palmer, Merrick Co., NE

Pvt Co. M Reg. 2 Min Cav. Enl. 20 Dec 1863, Dis. 4 Dec 1865.

Served 1y 11m 14d.

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Old Union Cemetery From the Cemetery Records compiled by the Lost River Chapter DAR

Orleans Township. Sec. 2, T2N, R1W., Used.

Located 4 miles south west of Orleans. A United Brethren Church was organized here in 1828, the first of that denomination in the county. The substantial brick church and community cemetery is well kept. Some of the graves are unmarked.

MAGNER, Ruby E., d. 8 Jan 1939, age 41y/3m/20d.

MAGNER, Geraldine, d. 25 Jul 1941, age 20y/6m/3d.

MAGNER, Lavern, 1892-19__. (Handwritten into records.)

MARSHALL, info son daut. of P.D. L.B., b. d. 1915.

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Estelline, Hamlin County, SD

This file is a name index to "100 Years in Estelline South Dakota 1882 - 1982" compiled by the Estelline Senior Citizens and published by the Estelline Journal. This index compiled by Joy Fisher, jfisher@ucla.edu. Copyright, 1997, Joy R. Fisher.

Magner Ethel 22

Magner Julia 23

Magner Oswald 22

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Baton Rouge National Cemetery

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

File M

Name Date of Burial Rank Death

"MAGNER, FELIX" 06 JUN 1863 PRIVATE

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Early Orange County, Indiana Marriage Records

Spouse 1 Spouse 2 Date

CAMPBELL, Sarah MAGNER, John A. 04 DEC 1834

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CASCADE COUNTY CEMETERY

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MAGNER, CHARLES E; 1996 -HCRESTM

MAGNESS, ANDREW; 1947- NHLD

MAGNUS, CARL; 1969- NHLD

MAGNUSON, ELMER JOHN; DEC 1980 -OLIVET

MAGNUSON, EMMA; 1928- NHLD

MAGNUSON, GUSTAV M; 1964- NHLD

MAGNUSON, HAROLD M ; 1960 MOVED TO GERALDINE, MT -MANCH

MAGNUSON, HELEN S; 1959- NHLD

MAGNUSON, HERBERT J; 1962- NHLD

MAGNUSON, HILDA; 1923- NHLD

MAGNUSON, INF; 1902 - OHLD

MAGNUSON, INF; 1909- OHLD

MAGNUSON, JOHN A; 1945- NHLD

MAGNUSON, JOHN; 1929- NHLD

MAGNUSON, LENA; 1914- NHLD

MAGNUSON, MAGNUS; 1956- NHLD

MAGNUSON, MRS LENA; 1914- OHLD

MAGNUSSON, JNO JR; 1902- NHLD

MAGNUSSON, JOHN SR; 1920- NHLD

 

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Yankton, Yankton Co., SD - 1909 Business Directory

This file contains a listing from the "South Dakota State Business Directory," published by The Gazetteer Publishing Co., Denver, Colorado in 1909.

Information transcribed by Joy Fisher. This file may be freely copied by individuals and non-profit organizations for their private use. Any other use, including publication, storage in a retrieval system, or transmission by electronic, mechanical, or other means requires the written approval of the file's author.

YANKTON

A thriving city, county seat of Yankton county, on the C. & N. W., C., M. & St. P. and Great Northern Rys. Has all the modern city improvements, a Carnegie public library, fine court house, very extensive cement works, Yankton college, etc. Yankton is widely known as the oldest of the Dakota towns and is also noted for the beauty of its surroundings, being near the junction of the James river valley with that of the Missouri. The locality is healthful and the climate invigorating. The various leading denominations have strongly developed churches. The town is supplied with modern conveniences, including city waterworks, electric lights, telephone exchange, and free mail delivery.

The arrangement of the railway systems makes Yankton unrivalled in its accessibility from all parts of the state. Population 6,000.

Magner M. sec, Milwaukee and St. Louis Distributing Co.

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COLLIN County Texas

Survey - Person or Concern bearing the land certificate at time survey filed.

Block - Block number

Grantee - Person or Concern to whom the land was actually awarded

Leag - League Flag. L = 4,428 acres, B = League + Labor. Labor = 177 acres.

Section - Section Number

Abs - Number of the Abstract on file at county courthouse and at the

Texas General land Office in Austin

Survey Blk Grantee Leag Section Abs

JEREMIAH MAGNER J. WAGNER 623

JEREMIAH MAGNER J. WAGNER 624

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DIRECTORY; 1886-7; GAGE COUNTY, NEBRASKA

From M. A. Brown & Co.'s Gage County Directory for 1886-7. Submitted to the USGenWeb Nebraska Archives, December 1997, by Brenda Busing (Brenda@navix.net).

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LIBERTY TOWNSHIP Postoffice - Liberty & Barneston

Magner, Dennis

Magner, Mary

 

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Orange County Indiana 1850 Federal Census Orleans Township, Enumerator: John E. Gillum

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271—272 MAGNER John 23 Farmer IN

Sarah 25 KY

POUNDS Mary 21 KY

272—273 TAGGART John 60 (insane) 1,000 IRE

Elizabeth 52 IRE

Hamilton 24 Farmer IRE

Margaret 16 IRE

Rosetta 14 IRE

Anna M. 11 IRE

274—275 MAGNER Sarah 56 1,200 DE

Mary A. 26 IN

Elizabeth J. 23 IN

James H. 19 Farmer IN

Orin 17 Farmer IN

Martha S. 15 IN

http://searches.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ms/tallahatchie/military/civilwar/1890vetf.txt

1890 Mississippi Census Index Of Civil War Veterans or their Widows

The information of this index appears in the following order: Surname, given name, State abbreviation, County, Local, Supervisors District (SD) and enumerators district (E.D.)

MAGNER, PATRIC R MS WARREN VICKSBURG 3 98

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WORLD WAR I CIVILIAN DRAFT REGISTRATIONS Minidoka County, Idaho - 1917-1918

Indexed and submitted for use by the IDGenWeb Project Archives, by Raymond H Banks, 19 January 1998

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BIRTH INFORMATION: RESIDENTS OF THIS COUNTY IN 1917-18 AND PERSONS WITH LINKS TO THIS COUNTY

The information below was abstracted from by Raymond H. Banks from civilian registration cards completed in 1917-1918. All rights reserved. Some men do not have birth locations listed because they registered on the final draft registration day in 1918 when this information was not recorded. Almost 24 million men registered for the draft -- not always in the county of residence.

NOTE: Draft registration does not necessarily mean the registrant served in the war.

1ST COLUMN: NAME

2ND COLUMN: BIRTH DATE

3RD COLUMN: ETHNIC GROUP

4TH COLUMN: BIRTH LOCATION OR OTHER INFO (spelling unreliable)

OTHER COLUMNS: LOCATION OF REGISTRATION

Magner, John 24 Jun 1877 W relative lives Payette ID Minidoka ID

Magner, John 24 Jun 1877 W [card filed in Wag section]

 

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