Charlie A. and Carrie O. (Clark) Lee, 10N 48W

In 1900 Nodaway County, Missouri, Charles born Dec 1888, is with widowed mother Flossie born Nov 1857 in Iowa. Isaac W. is 21, Callie M. 17, Mabel C. 15, Charles 11, and Emory 6 - the last three born in Kansas.

Charles Lee, son of Flora, married Carrie Clark on Feb 26, 1908 in Nodaway County, Missouri.

In 1910 Logan County, Charles A. Lee is farming, 22, born in Iowa, married two years to Carrie D., 26 of Missouri. Angles is 1, born in Missouri.

Charlie claimed a quarter in sections 26 and 27, 10N 48W in 1912.

In 1910 Logan County, Alexander Clark is farming, 55, born in Iowa, with Cerrilda 54 Indiana. Levina J. is 20, born in Missouri, Cladie 17 , Alice 12, and Mohn Wesley Clark 10, all three born in Iowa.

In 1920 Logan County, Alexander Clark is 64, Cerildia 63, with Alice 23 and John 20.

Charlie is back in Fremont County Iowa in 1920, Charles 33, Carrie 36, with Agnes 10, Edith 9 in Colorado, Audrey 8 in Missouri, Kenneth 5, Keith 3, and Florence eleven months born in Iowa.

Carrie Lee 1883-1920 is buried in Randolph Cemetery, Fremont County.

Charles Lee, 34, born in Melville Kansas to Jerome Lee and Flora Wray, married Alice Clark on April 2, 1921 in Fremont County, Iowa.

In 1930 Page County, Iowa, Charlie is 41, Alice V. 32, with Agnes V., 21 born in Missouri, Edith C. 19 in Colorado, Audrey 19, Kenneth 15, Keith 13, Donald 8, and Dorothy 2.

1957 Maryville, Missouri "Sunday callers in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Carmichael and Mrs. Mabel Cline were Mrs. Alice Lee and children, Donald and Dorothy, and grandchildren, Shenandoah, Iowa."

Alice Viola (Clark) Lee 1896-1971 is buried in Page County # 36933277, with Charles Arthur Lee 1887-1945 # 32098735.
Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in the Christian church in Shenandoah, Iowa, for Charles A. Lee who died at his home there Wednesday after a long illness. Mr. Lee was born in Pickering, where his mother, Mrs. Flora Lee Sturgill, resides. Other survivors include his wife and six children, Mrs. Edgar Lang, Mrs. Austin Vogel and Mrs. Martin Hagedorn of Shenandoah: Cpl. Kenneth Lee, in service in the Aleutians, ; Sgt. Keith Lee in the Philippines and Donald Lee of the home: two brothers, Isaac Lee of Maryville and Emory Lee of Shenandoah: and two sisters, Mrs. Joe Inskeep of Visto, Okla.; and Mrs. Harvey Cline of Pickering.


Audrey Flora Lee 1912-1933 is buried in Fremont County # 31959821.


Kenneth, age 49, married Marie K. Burke on May 3, 1963 in Kansas City, Missouri.
" Kenneth C. Lee, Blackstone hotel - Marie K Burke, 920 Cherry"

At one time he had an address of Rayville, Missouri.

Kenneth, born April 11, 1915, has a burial unknown, per # 36933036. But the Veterans Gravesites has him born April 11, 1914, dying March 4, 1984, buried in Leavenworth Section 45, Row 33, Site 58.
That's FindaGrave # 3673726.

Gertrude Marie Lee, 96, of Sedalia, passed away Thursday, January 17, 2013, at Bothwell Regional Health Center.
She was born November 16, 1916, in Maryville, MO, daughter of Robert and Goldie Vesta Samson Fleenor. She was raised by Grover and Goldie Fleenor. On November 5, 1934, in Shenandoah, IA, she married Kenneth Clark Lee, who preceded her in death on March 4, 1984.
Mrs. Lee was a member of Parkview Christian Church, the Rebekah Lodge, NARFE, Be Forever Young at the church, the Red Hat Society and served on the board for Open Door. She raised many animals, including dogs, Tennessee Walking Horses, miniature horses, pot bellied pigs, peacocks and chickens. She worked for 20 years in civil service.
Surviving are a daughter, Dixie Harris, of Sedalia; seven grandchildren, Phillip Slayden, Randy Slayden, Kevin Harris, Teri Whitten, Derek Whitten, Lori Smith and Kendra Lee Hicks; 16 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; a sister, Helen Poppa, of Maryville, MO; a brother, Monty Fleenor, of Rea, MO; and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by two sons, Jerol and Harlan Lee; a granddaughter, Lesley Slayden; a brother, Cody Grimes; and a sister, Ruth Dredge.
Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at Parkview Christian Church, with the Rev. Rodney Brown officiating.
Burial will be at a later date in Oak Hill Cemetery in Maryville, MO.

July 1, 1959 Maryville, Missouri "Jrrnl I). Lee, of the Marine Corps, has been visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. Goldie Fleenor, Maryville, while on leave. Corporal Lee has been stationed at Sangley Point, Luzon, Republic of the Phillipines. He will be stationed at Camp Lejunne, N. C. at the conclusion of his leave. He entered the Marine Corps in April, 1956, after graduation from the Horace Mann High School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Lee, North Kansas City."


Keith, 22, married Helen McCain, 20 on November 24, 1937 in Shenandoah, Iowa.

In 1940 they're living with her parents, Lloyd and Luella McCain in Fremont County, Iowa.

May 25, 1967 Malvern, Iowa "Mrs. Gilbert McCain and Mrs. Nellie Fogcl attended a parly Tuesday evening at the Keith Lee home in Shenandoah, celebrating the birthday of Mrs. Lee's mother, Mrs. Lloyd McCains."

Keith Charles Lee 1916-1983 is buried in Page County # 121201635, with Helen Ruth (McCain) Lee 1918-2004.

The Nebraska Huskers lost their biggest fan on Nov. 9, 2008, when Ron passed away peacefully at his home due to an extended illness.
Ron was born on July 23, 1944, to Keith and Helen Lee. He grew up in Shenandoah, Iowa. He married his first wife, Bonnie, and had two children. Although the marriage ended, the two remained friends throughout and spoke on the phone often towards the end of his life.
Ron married his second wife, Ronda, and had four children. The two remained friends after their 26-year marriage ended.
Throughout his life, he remained the strength and the glue that held the family together. He was always willing to help any of his children, whether it was financial or just being a great listener.
Ron worked most of his life as a traveling salesman, having made many friends throughout Montana. His illness forced him to retire from his most recent job at Acusport in 2007.
Ron is survived by his first wife, Bonnie, and their children, Tracy (Chris) Falk, Amy (Todd) Edgar; his second wife, Ronda, and their children, Kimberly (Mike) Rogers, Rodney (Michelle) Lee, Justin (Chelsie) Lee and Michelle Lee. He is also survived by 17 grandchildren. Also surviving Ron is his sister, Sharon Aistrope; nephews, Todd (Mandy) Maher, Jeremy Maher; niece Carrie Aistrope; and numerous extended family members. Ronda's brother, Reverend Herbert Burch, will be officiating the services.


In 1940 Donald is in the Mills County, Iowa hospital, 18, single.

Donald G. Lee 1921-1958 is buried in Fremont County, # 36933453.


Agnes Viola Lee, 23, born at Sheridan, Missouri, married Robert Edgar lang, 23, born at Fountain County, Indiana to J.D. Lang and Anna May Purple, on April 2, 1931 in Shenandoah, Iowa.

In 1940 Page County, Edgar and Agnes are both 30, with Robert 8.

Agnes (Lee) Lang 1909-1989 is buried in Lafayette, Colorado # 66455809, with Robert Edgar Lang 1909-1964.

Dale W. Lang, 64, passed away peacefully at home in Missoula, Montana, September 22, 2006, surrounded by his loving family on Friday, Sept. 22, 2006.
Dale served honorably in the U.S. Air Force and was proud to be a veteran.
He will be remembered as a wonderful father and grandfather and will be sorely missed by his loving family.
There will be a funeral service at noon Monday, Sept. 25, at Cremation and Burial Society of the Rockies.
FindaGrave # 102003242 says he's buried in Fort Collins. 1942-2006.

Robert Eugene Lang of Wellington died on March 30, 2011 at Poudre Valley Hospital. He was born on
January 24, 1932 in Shenandoah, Iowa, to Robert Edgar and Agnes Viola (Lee) Lang.
He served in the Army during the Korean Conflict. On April 18, 1958, he married Young Ja "Judy" Kang in Seoul, Korea. He was a member of the Sheet Metal Workers Union #9 and retired from T.A.B. Services 17 years ago. Bob loved woodworking and donated handcrafted toys every Christmas to "Santa Cops". He loved fishing, hunting, and spending time with his family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Wayne Dale Lang. He is survived by his wife, Judy Lang; children, Sue (Rick) Wagner, Cindy (Earl) Caditz, and Bob (Terri) Lang; twin sisters, Mary and Martha; and seven grandchildren, Kate and Jayne Wagner, Aaron and Emily Caditz, and Bobby, Justin, and Jennifer Lang.
Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Friday at Resthaven Funeral Home. Interment Resthaven Memory Gardens. 


Edith Lee, 22, married Austin Vogel in Nodaway County on March 22, 1933.

In 1940 Nemaha County, Kansas, Austin W. Vogel is a machine operator, 30, born in Iowa, with Edith 29 born in Colorado. Both were in Page County Iowa in 1935.

1962 Lincoln " Miss Beatrice Vogel of Lincoln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Vogel, and Keith Stutzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stutzman. The announcement of their engagement is being made by the bride- lect's parents.

Edith C. (Lee) Vogel born in 1911 has a burial unknown, per # 36932971.
But BillionGraves has her 1910-1968 in Lincoln Memorial Park, Nebraska, on the same stone as Austin.

Austin Vogel, born July 30, 1908, died in September 1982.
He had married Julia 'Marjorie' Maxine (Megee) Truitt in 1972. She died July 11, 1991 in Denver.

Dorothy Elma (Lee) Hagedorn 1927-2009 is buried in Page County.
"Dorothy Elma (Lee) Hagedorn was born on May 14, 1927 in Sidney, the daughter of Charles Arthur and Alice Viola (Clark) Lee.
She peacefully passed from this life on Saturday, March 7, 2009 at Greene County Medical Center in Jefferson, Iowa surrounded by her loving family.
At a young age, Dorothy moved with her family from Randolph to Shenandoah, where she attended school.
On April 15, 1944 she was united in marriage to Martin Elmer Hagedorn in Seneca, Kan.
After briefly farming the Hagedorn Homestead, Martin and Dorothy made their home in Shenandoah.
On March 11, 1945 they were blessed with the birth of their first child, Rita Kay.
The couple was later blessed with daughter, Lois Eileen on July 18, 1947 and a son, Richard Martin on May 14, 1954. She was a devoted wife and mother.
In 1965 Dorothy and Martin opened their fabric business, "Four Seasons" in Shenandoah. She enjoyed music, sewing, china painting, dancing, music, and socializing with her coffee group in Shenandoah. Dorothy was also a tireless volunteer with the American Cancer Society. She also was a member of the L.W.M.L. and Altar Guild at Trinity Lutheran Church, where she was a member.
Dorothy never lost her deep faith, sense of humor, love of music and concern for others.
She was welcomed into heaven by her loving husband of 54 years, Martin; her parents; beloved son, Richard; sisters, Audrey Lee, Agnes Lang and Edith Vogel and brothers, Kenneth, Keith and Donald Lee.
Those left to cherish her memory include her daughters Rita Jenkins and husband Woody of Grand Junction, Iowa and Lois Higgins and husband Gary of Rippey, Iowa; 4 grandchildren; Jill Biggs and husband Bill of Las Vegas, Nevada, Tim Higgins and wife Carleene of Washington, Iowa, Kristie Higgins of Shenandoah, Iowa and Mark Higgins and wife Lois of Shenandoah, Iowa; 17 great-grandchildren; 6 great-great grandchildren; nieces, nephews, other relatives, and a host of friends.
Funeral Services were held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, March 13, 2009 at the Trinity Lutheran Church with Rev. Lawrence Boye officiating.
Burial followed in the Rose Hill Cemetery."

Richard Martin Hageborn 1954-1965 is buried in Page County, dying in Omaha, Nebraska.


Callie M. (Lee) Inskeep 1882-1976 is buried in Creek County, Oklahoma # 25182303.