Grant Smith, Samuel A. Smith

Grant proved up a quarter in 24, 8N 48W in 1906.

Missouri B. Roberts married U. Smith Sep 1885 in Sarpy County,  Nebraska.

There's a Grant Smith in 1900 Greeley County, Nebraska, a railroad laborer, born Feb 1864 in Kentucky, with Belle, 30, Claud 14, Edna 10, Thomas 7, Roy 6, Robert 4, Donald 2, and Mabel nine months.

In 1900 Rockland precinct Grant Smith born Jan 1871 Indiana and Inis April 1881 Nebraska have Alvie Oct 1898 Colorado.

In 1910 Greeley County Nebraska.


In 1870 Mahaska County, Iowa, Rezin and Sarah Smith, both 38, have Mary E. 15, Samuel A. 14, Nancy J. 12, Martha 10, Hannah 8, Annie 6, Sarah E. 4, and Abigail 1.

Rezin Smith was a witness to a patent application of William B. Smith, of Oskaloosa Iowa.

In 1880 Madison County, Iowa Rezin and Sarah both 49 have Mary E. 24, Anna M. 17, Sarah E. 12, Cora M. 7, Rezin O. 2, and Osee R. one month.

Cora M. is the right age to be the Cora E. who married James Sharpnach in 1893 Logan County.

In the 1925 census of Polk County, Iowa Rezin O. 52 said that his father was Rezin Smith born in Pennsylvania, and his mother was Nancy Watson born in Indiana

In 1900 Fleming precinct, Rezin Smith is 68, widowed, Pennsylvania, with sons Samuel A. March 1856 and Edward H., May 1879, both Iowa.

Samuel A. Smith proved up a quarter in 17, 8N 48W in 1901

July 31, 1902 Greeley Colorado

In 1910 Logan County Samuel is 51, single, boarding with   Isaac 64 and Mary 55 Gleason couple.  Mary likely is a sister.

Eddie H. Smith married Cloey M. Sayer January 8, 1912, recorded in Logan County.

Chloey Sayre was in Washington County, Iowa in 1895, 5 years old, with William B. 39, Cinderella 39, Leonetta 10, Iva 8, Edna 4, Golda newborn.

In 1900 they're in Smith County Kansas, Wm. Sayre  Jan 1857 Iowa , Cindarilla June 1856 Ohio, Martin Gregory July 1880 Nebraska stepson, Neonetta  March 1884 , Iva June 1886, Cloe Nov 1888, Edna Nov 1891, Golda May 1894, and Silva Aug 1896 - the last six born in Kansas

In 1910 Sterling William drives a dray wagon,

William 1856-1951  #58211763 and Cinderilla  1856-1930 Sayre 58211787are buried in Sterling.

They're in Fleming precinct, Logan County in 1920.  Cloey is 31, born in Nebraska.

In 1930 Logan County Eddie 49 and Cloy 41 are farming.  

In 1940 Haxtun,  Eddie H. Smith 60, and Cloey M. 51 have no occupations.


Jacob G. Ferrier was a boarder in 1910 Logan County in the Erving and Anna L. Job family,  Ford Ferrier, 23, born in Pennsylvania, is also a boarder.  When Jacob registered, he said he was born Aug 11, 1889 at Grant, Nebraska.

In 1900 Weld County Jacob is 10, son of Isiah 47 and Elezebeth "Furer"40, both born in Pennslvania,   with David 5, and Westly 1.  Both are in St. Joseph, Missouri in 1942 , Davie (Isabelle) no occupation, and Wesley L. (Theresa) a bricklayer.

In 1917 Isiah Ferrier owned the north half of 1, 6N 49W, Logan County, about five miles from the Smith claim.

Isiah 1852-1932 is buried in Prairie Mound, Dickinson County, Kansas.110330322

Wesley Lee Ferrier registered with a Fleming address, saying he was born Jan 20, 1899, and was working for J.H. Kellogg of a bank in Sterling.

Golda A. Sayer married Jake G. Ferrier Dec 6, 1911, recorded in Logan County.

In 1920 Rockland precinct Jake Ferrier 30, Nebraska, and Golda 25 have Mae 6, Morna 5, William 4, Raymond 3, and Pearl eight months.

Golda A. and Jacob Ferrier divorced in Logan County in 1927.

Golda Ferrier married Albert Marin Feb 15, 1927, recorded in Larimer County.

In 1930 Yuma, on south Albany, Albert Morin is 40, Golda A. 35, Floyd E. 3, Eva Marie 1.

Merna is a ward in 1930 Denver, with the John and Mary Jenkins family.  On August 13, 1936 Merna Anderson married Boyd C. Skinner in Fort Morgan, performed by minister R.D. Lowden of Fort Morgan, recorded in Logan County.  That might be the Merna M. Anderson in 1930 Haxtun, 11, born in Nebraska, with parents Knowles J. Anderson 49, and Nellie C. 47, Nebraska.  Lorin L. is 18, Boyd E. 15, Burnene O. 13, and Donna M. 5.

Boyd Skinner, born about 1915 in Nebraska and Merna Skinner, about 1919 in Nebraksa, anre inSterling in 1940, with newborn Dennis Lee Skinner.

Mae Ferrier is a ward in 1930 Denver, and in 1940 is probably the one married to George Poll,  a restaurant cook,  39, born in Egypt.  Mae is 26, with Frank 4 and George Jr. 2.  George Poll 1938-2003 and Delores M (Ervin) 1937 - are buried in Ordway Colorado. 31202484

William A. Poll Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - October 03, 1999 - William A. Poll Sr., 58, passed away Oct. 1, 1999. Survived by his wife, Lee Poll, of the family home; children, William Alan Poll Jr., Pueblo West, David Poll, Denver, Douglas Poll, Pueblo and Kelly Poll, Tulsa, Okla.; brothers, Leo (Theresa) Poll, Pueblo, and George (Delores) Poll, Colorado Springs; sisters, Aileen (Donald) Schnitzler, Oregon, and Dorothy (George) Wilson, Washington; grandchildren, Jennifer and Nathan Poll, both of Pueblo West, Ronnie and Glenn Poll, both of Tulsa, Okla.; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his son, Kevin Poll, in 1996; parents, George and Elizabeth Poll; and brother, Frank Poll. Born Nov. 20, 1940, in Denver, Colo. William was a telephone consultant for Tricom Communications. At his request, there will be no viewing or services. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. The family may be contacted at 53 Briarwood.

Leo Poll said in May 2014 that George and Elizabeth "Mae" Poll were buried in Pueblo Mountview, and that he didn't know where Jacob Ferrier went after 1927.  "Eva married a McCalla and lived near Eckley"  Shirley McCalla Cowart's obituary says "sister-in-law Eva McCalla, her son Rick and wife Samantha and their children Brianna, Kelsey, and Elizabeth of Canon City, CO; "

Don McCalla and Eva Morin of Yuma were married April 17, 1967 and had Ricky Elwin in1968.  They moved into Yuma and then to Westcliffe, Colorado,"

Mae Poll was born August 6, 1913 and Died January 1984 in Pueblo, Colorado.  George's stone says "1900 - 1956"

William Allen Poll, per one tree, was born Nov 20, 1940 and died Oct 1, 1999 in Pueblo.


In 1937 the Yuma County directory has Morin, Golda - East 3rd Ave, Housekeeper, (Raymond, Clinton Ferrier), (Floyd, Eva, Elbert Morin), (Merna Skinner).

In 1940 Merna Skinner, divorced, 25, is a hired servant for Edward Ambrose, 65.   She said she was near Lincoln Nebraska in 1935.

In 1940 Yuma on Hoag Avenue Golda Morin is 45, widowed, with Raymond 23, Clinton 19,Floyd 13, Eva 11, and Albert 9.

Golda Morin 1916-1964 74038499 in the Yuma cemetery.

Probably children of Golda and Jacob Ferrier:

Pearl  in Nebraska 18297758

William in Pueblo County 91069457

Merna Ambrose -1914-1986 is also buried there  48353974

 Raymond in Yuma 49689677