Charles and Harriett I. (Inbody) Runyan, 6 North 51 West

Lewis Inbody built one of the first houses in Waco, Nebraska, and started the first blacksmith shop in the town.

In 1880 York County, Nebraska, Thos R. Runyan is 35, farming, Rachel 34, Edward 10, Charles F. 8, and John P. five months.
In 1885 York County, Nebraska, T. R. Runyan is 42 born in Pennsylvania, Rachel 39 Indiana, Edward E. 15 Iowa, Charles F. 13, and Jas. 5 both born in Nebraska.

Hattie V. Inbody was in York County in 1880, too, age 1, with Lewis 34 born in Indiana, and Lucy 31 Pennsylvania. Nellie A. is 10, born in Indiana, Arhtur d. 7, Rutherford D. 3 and Hattie born in Nebraska.
In 1885 York County, the Inbody's have added Lora, a newborn.
Lewis 1845-1921 is buried in York County 3 45259250 "Farrier, Co. B., 9th Iowa Cavalry.
So is Lucy Ann (Richards) Inbody 1848-1938 # 45259500.

Charles S. Gue and Hattie Inbody married June 30, 1897 in York, Nebraska, and are in York County in 1900 with Fay.

Thomas R. Runyan 1843-1922 and Rachel (Phillips) Runyan 1845-1930.

Thomas R. Runyan was born December 4, 1843 and died at his home in Burton, Nebraska, December 25, 1922, aged 79 years and 21 days. He was married July 18, 1868 to Rachel Phillips, to which union eight children were born, three of whom died in infancy, the others are Edward, Charles, James, Foster Runyan and Maude Outhouse, who with their mother remain to mourn the loss of their loved one, gone from their life. There are also remaining 25 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren. He has beena member of the Methodist church for thirty years, having joined at Waco, Nebraska. He has made his home in Keya Paha County for the past nine years, having lived for the ten years previous in Blaine County. His end was not unexpected for he had been quite sick for some time. The funeral was held from the church in Burton and interment was made in the Burton Cemetery.

When Rachel died in 1930, Charles was not mentioned in the card of thanks, but was listed as a survivor.

Charles' brother James L. Runyan 1880-1957 is buried in Twin Falls County, Idaho, # 167889426.

Fay Gue married John Corbin on July 11, 1911, recorded in WSashington County, Colorado.

Hattie Inbody Gue and Charles S. Gue divorced in El Paso County, Colorado October 13, 1917.

In 1899 Charles F. Runyan was a member of the 1st Nebraska Volunetters, a private in Company C. olof Beatrice.
He was one of those stranded in San Francisco without travel or meal money.

Chas. Runyan, age 36, born in Nebraska, is in 1910 Leroy precinct, Logan County, Colorado, married twelve years to Hattie 33, born in Nebraska, father Indiana, mother Pennsylvania.  They have Faye 11, Nebraska, Gerald 8 born in Iowa, Garvin 6, South Dakota, and Fern 1, Colorado.

Harriett claimed a quarter in 24, 6N 51W in 1913.

Lewis E. Stephen married Mrs. Hattie Gue on August 24, 1918, recorded in Las Animas County.

In 1920 Fremont County, Colorado, Harriet is 32, born in Nebraska, married to Lewis E. Stephen 33 Kansas. Fern Ruth is 10, born in Colorado.

In 1930 Harriet J. Stephen 44 is in San Diego, widowed, with Fern R. 18 and son Garvin Runyan 23, a sailor, born in South Dakota.

Harriett Inbody Stephen 1878-1965 is buried in Forest Lawn Cypress, California # 945500825.

The Charles Frederick Runyan 1870-1957 that # 85508535 has buried in Forest Lawn Glendale, California was born in Ohio.

Fern Ruth Kittinger, born Feb 12, 1912 in Colorado, mother Inbody, father Stephens, died March 10, 1981 in Los Angeles County.
She and Frederick Henry Kittinger had Frederick Stephen Kittinger in Nueces County, Texas December 10, 1942.

Gerald T. Runyan born in Des Moines, Iowa and Dorothy Isabelle Bryan born in England had Constance Esebelle Runyan in San Francisco in 1927, and Constance died in May 1928 in Moore Idaho, age six months. Seh was to be buried in Lost River Cemetery.

In 1930 Butte County, Idaho, "Geo" F. Runyon is farming, 30 born in Iowa, with Dorothy 22 born in England.
He was first married at age 23, so that would be about 1923.
This is a differnt one, born in Des Moines to Elmer and Pearl Runyan.

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