Charles and Anna (Fulper) Green, 6 North 51 West
Charles proved up a quarter in 1, 6N 51W in 1893, and timber-claimed a quarter in 12, 6N 51W in 1895.
In 1900 Leroy precinct, Charles born Aug 1855 in New York, Anna E. Feb 1857 in Illinois, have Grace A. Aug 1878 Illinois, Leroy F. May 1880 Illinois, Lucy Sept 1882 Illinois, Charles F. Jan 1886 Iowa, and Alice June 1888 Colorado. Frank M. Kester Nov 1878 Iowa is a boarder.
Charles 1855-1940 is on the same tombstone in Sterling.
Lucy Green married Frank M. Kester July 27, 1901, recorded in Logan County.
In 1910 Fleming precinct they're farming, Frank M. 31, Iowa, Lucy 27 Illinois, Elister 6, Edit M. 4, and Ralph H. four months, all born in Colorado. Lucy has had four children, three living.
In 1920 Logan County they have Elinor A. 16 Edith M. 13, Ralph A. 10 and Lewis H. 2.
In 1930 Logan County they have only Ralph H. 20 and Lewis 12.
In 1940 Logan County they have only a hired man - all the kids are gone.
Frank 1878-1969 and Lucy 1882-1958 are buried in Sterling.
Lewis H. 1917-1982 and Patricia (O'Brien) 1918-2002 are buried in Sunset Memorial, Sterling
COTTONWOOD, Ariz. — Edith May Brownell, 70 of Cottonwood, Ariz., died Saturday, July 6, 1985 at her home.
Memorial services will be 10 a.m. Monday, July 22, at the Fleming United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Brownell was born March 20, 1906 at her grandfather Charles Green's home southeast of Sterling. As a young child, she lived in her parents' home in the Fleming community, where she graduated from Fleming High School and taught school at the Hradecky School north of Fleming.
On March 1, 1925, she married Loyall W. Browneil. The couple then lived in the Boulder, New Raymer, Dailey, Idaho Springs and Fleming communities, where Mr. Brownell was a student, teacher and school administrator.
In 1943 she moved with her family to a farm west of Fleming, where she was active as a farmer's wife, mother and in community activities.
She was a life member of the Fleming Methodist Church, where she was active as a choir member, Sunday School teacher and officer of the United Methodist Women. She was also a member of the Clarkdale United Methodist Church, the Thurs day Study Club of Fleming, The Order of Eastern Star and the White Shrine of Jerusalem.
Mrs. Brownell is survived by her husband, Loyall W. Brownell of Cottonwood, Ariz.; three sons, William H. Brownell of Dublin, Calif., Burl Brownell of Fleming, and Bernard Brownell of Springfield, Mo.; a daughter, Barbara Parker of Lower Lake, Calif.; a sister, Elinor Brown of Sterling; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
HAXTUN — Loyall William Brownell, 81, died Oct. 30, 1985 at his home
in Cottonwood, Ariz.
Elinor K. Brown, 90, of Sterling, died Saturday, April 9, 1994, at Haxtun Hospital.
Visitation and viewing started today at Chaney-Walters Funeral Home. Funeral is 2 p.m., Wednesday, April 13, at First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Dr. Ivan Rundus officiating and with Debbie Hessler as lay pastor's assistant.
Burial will be at Riverside Cemetery.
Mrs. Brown was born Nov. 9, 1903, to Frank and Lucy Green Kester in Loveland.
When she was young, her family moved to the Fleming/LeRoy area near the Green family. She attended country schools and was often the only student in her grade.
Mrs. Brown graduated from Fleming High School in 1918, and then worked at the Fleming Post Office.
She married Dean S. Brown Jan. 8, 1922, at her parent's home southwest of Fleming.
The couple moved many times. They resided on a farm southwest of Fleming, then moved north of Fleming and later to Crook before residing on the homestead of her grandparents in Kelly. Then in 1958, the couple bought the Kellogg-Fyffe place where Mrs. Brown resided until a few months before her death.
Besides her three children, Mrs. Brown had a foster daughter from India, Volarmothey Balakirshna,who the Browns assisted for many years.
She received an advanced piano education in her youth, often times riding horseback to various neighbors for lessons. She was the pianist at the Kelly Church for many years.
She was a member of the Eastern Star, No. 68, the White Shrine of Jerusalem No. 3, the Kelly Society of World Service and in her later years she was involved with the Women's Society at First Presbyterian Church.
She was a 50-year member of the Kelly Home Improvement Club and was on the Logan County Council, serving as president in the 1940s.
She is survived by two daughters, Virginia Boyes and husband Stan of Greeley, Beverly Summers and husband Carl of Crook; a son, Kenneth and wife Margaret of Hayward, Calif.; sister-in-law, Patricia Kester of Sterling; nine grandchildren, 11 great- grandchildren and numerous cousins and relatives throughout northeastern Colorado.
She was preceded in death by her husband in 1990, two brothers and a sister.