Homer A. and Edith Sheridan10N 48W

In 1900 Washington County, Colorado, Homer is with his parentsO.C. and Maggie B. He's born August 1885 in Iowa, with siblings Ellis 18, Rettie 16, Charles 13, Jessie 7, Fred 5, Goldie 3, and Dewey 1.

"On January 23, 1906 in Sterling Homer Allen Sheridan married Edith Amelia "Klabunda"

In 1910 Logan County, Homer is a hired man, 20, born in Iowa, married to Edith A. 20 born in Germany. They're working for the D. and Amanda Buchanans, both born in Ohio.

October 28, 1910 Yuma "The baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sheridan on Oct. 17th, died on Oct. 18th."
She's buried in the Pleasant Valley cemetery northeast of Yuma # 35478218.

Homer claimed a quarter in 17, 10N 48W in 1914.

Homer 1885-1918 is buried in Sterling # 56336903, with Edith A. (Klabunde) Sheridan 1885-1965 # 56336920.

February 8, 1965 "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lett attended the memorial service Monday for an auntof Mr. Lett, Mrs. Edith Sheridan of Denver. The service ws held at the waller Funeral Home in Sterling. Mrs. Sheridan was the wife of Homer Sheridan who was deceased in 1918."

In 1920 Logan County, Edith is widowed, 34, with Filmore 8, Homer 7, June E. 4, and Ruth 2. Otto Klabunde 26 and Ruby Klabunde 16 are with her.

In 1930 Logan County, Edith is 44, Fillmore 18, Homer 16, and Ruth 13.

In 1940 Logan County, Edith is 55, and daughter Ruth E. Davis 23 and her husband Artemis C. Davis 28 have Delores 2 and Betty Lou nine months.
June Woodard 22 and her husband Morris S. Woodard 26 are with her. Morris was born in Kentucky, and he and June were in Cheyenne Wyoming in 1935.

Homer E. Sheridan married Lola A. Windsheimer on January 6, 1936, recorded in Logan County.

In 1940 Logan County, Homer is 25, Lola 21 born in Nebraska, with Donald E. 3 and Glora D. 1.

Lola A (Windsheimer)(Sheridan) Hernbloom 1918-2006 # 84869924 is buried in Lodgepole, Nebraska, with Richard WS. Hernbloom.
"Lola Hernbloom, 88, long time resident of Lodgepole, died September 24, 2006, at her home at Princeton Place in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  
            Graveside memorial services will be held at the Pleasant View Cemetery north of Lodgepole on Monday, Oct. 9th, at 1:00 pm.  The service will be followed with a light lunch served at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Lodgepole.             Memorials may be made to Gloria Dei Women’s ELCA in Lodgepole, NE.   
Holechek Funeral Home in Sidney is in charge of arrangements.     
          Lola’s real love, after her family, was knitting and cooking.  She spent many hours watching cooking shows on TV and trying new ideas in her own kitchen.  She enjoyed her independence living by herself for several years at her home in Lodgepole.  
            She is survived by three children and their spouses: Donald and Betty Sheridan of Grand Junction, CO, Gloria and William Buck of Denver, and Patricia and Gary Fuller of Rio Rancho, NM.  Five surviving grandchildren include Brad and Holly Buck, Mike and Dean Bayens, and Jody Conner.  Surviving step-grandchildren are Bonnie Toles, Cindy Long, Karlean, Sharma, Bryan and Brent Fuller.  There are 11 great-grandchildren.  She is also survived by a sister-in-law, Earline Hernbloom of Jackson, MS.  "

1998 "ALBUQUERQUE - The irony wasn't lost Saturday on most of Gary Fuller's customers at the drive-up window of the Last Chance Saloon & Package Store. It was the last chance for New Mexicans to buy liquor at a window. Midnight marked the start of a state law banning the sale of alcohol through drive-ups. "There have been a lot of comments from the customers today," said Fuller, who owns the Last Chance. "Mostly they've said (the ban) is stupid . . . but they're also kind of surprised it finally happened. "Some of them go: `You mean I'll have to walk inside next time?' ""

"Don L. Sheridan, 88, Grand Junction, died April 18, 2016, at his home.
He was a mechanical engineer.
Survivors include his wife, Judy Sealy; one daughter, Patricia Cuervo of Aurora; and one grandchild."

"Patricia Fuller, 67, of Prescott Valley, Ariz., passed away on Monday, May 5, 2008. She was born in Peetz, Colo., on Sept. 18, 1940. Patricia was raised in Lodgepole, Neb., by her mother Lola and stepfather Richard Hernbloom. She moved to Denver, Colo., where she started her own family and had two sons who survive her, Michael Bayens and Dean Bayens. Patricia is also survived by her husband Gary Fuller; four stepchildren, Karlean, Sharma, Bryan and Brent; a brother, Donald Sheridan; and sisters Gloria Buck, Linda Verhaeghe and Carol Sheridan. She enjoyed having nine grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Patricia was married to Gary Fuller in March 1987 and they shared a special love for each other that was obvious to others. Patricia was a devout Christian who never hesitated to share her faith. She held special feelings for young people and provided a temporary living place for troubled teens. She opened her home to 22 different young people over her time in Denver."

Homer Eugene Sheridan 1913-1979 is buried in Littleton, with Alice Pauline (Core) Sheridan 1917-1996.
"Brother of Philmore Keith Sheridan of Thornton, June Irma Sheridan Woodard of Littleton, and Ruth Ellen Shierdan Davis of Denver.
Alice P. Core Sheridan 79, of Englewood died Oct 8, 1996 in Aurora. Services were Oct 10, with burial at Chapel Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Sheridan was born in Otis on Aug. 14, 1917, and graduated from Englewood High in 1938. She was employed by Cherry Creek schools as a cook. She married Homer E. Sheridan who preceded in death. Survivors include son Donald of Aurora; daughters Linda Verhaeghe and Carol Bosworth, both of Littleton; sisters Helen Kearns and Louise Corwin, both of Englewood, Nancy Lundock, of Perry Park; brother James Core of Littleton, four grandchildren, a great-granddaughter; a foster granddaughter.   

Homer Allan Sheridan was born on April 30, 1944 and passed away on Monday, August 10, 2015.
Ruth Ellen Davis 1917-1993 is buried in Morrison, Colorado # 53914204.

June I. Woodard is buried in Littleton 1915-2009 # 52340990.