Day and Elizabeth (Trowbridge) Amerman  

In 1894 Israel D. Trowbridge timber-claimed a quarter in 23, 7N 48W.

In 1900 Day Amerman , born Aug 1872 in New York, and his twin brother Dorr, are with William and Mary Amerman in Fleming precinct. July 8, 1901 Day Ammerman married Elizabeth Trawbridge, recorded in Logan County.

In 1910 Elisabeth Amerman, 30, born in Illinois, is in Rockland precinct, farming.  She's divorced, with Ella 6 and Stella 4, both born in Colorado, father in New York.  In 1917 he owned a quarter in 8N 40W - just a couple miles south of the railroad.

 Chauncey J. Trowbridge proved up a quarter in 2, 6N 48W in 1911.

William A. Trowbridge proved up a quarter in 35, 7N 48W in 1903.

In 1910, Day Amerman, now 35, is farming in Scotts Bluff, Nebraska, married to Grace with nine-month-old Anna l.

Elizabeth cash-claimed a  quarter in 1, 6N 48W in 1912.

Also in 1912, Elizabeth - of Colorado City, Colo., attended the Colorado State Teachers College summer term.

In 1914 C.J. Trowbridge is secretary of school district #13, address of Haxtun.

 In 1920 Peoria, Elizabeth is a waitress, with Stella and Ella, and a roomer.

In 1926 Peoria, Illinois, Elizabeth (Wid Day) is a maid at the Hotel Mayer, and Ella and Stella, both waitresses, are with her.

Ella Irene Ammerman, born July 6, 1903 in Sterling, died July 24, 1934 in Peoria, Illinois, buried in Parkview, occupation "party girl" - father Day Ammerman, mother Elizabeth Drowbridge born in Chenoa, Illinois.

The 1940 Peoria census has the ages reversed - Stella 67 widowed, and Elizabeth mother 34 single.  Stella is listed as proprietor of a retail grocery, Elizabeth a clerk in a retail confectionary.

In 1941 Peoria, Eliz is a confectioner, and Stella M. is a clerk for her.

  Ladochia Neuert was also in Peoria, dying in 1934, father E.D. Trowbridge of Ohio, mother Betsy Pringle of Scotland, spouse George L. Neuert.