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Logan County Pioneers:

James L. Hood, sister Lizzie (Hood)(Neil) Lammie, Fleming

James proved up a quarter in 18, 8N 49W in 1893.

William Hood, born about 1783 in Scotland, died in Outagamie County, Wisconsin in June 1869.

He might be the James Hood in 1870 Outagamie County, Wisconsin, 7, with parents David 38 and Margret 36. William is 10, Mary 9.
David Hood, 1836-1876, # 23091045 is buried in Outagamie County Co. G. 1st Wisconsin Cavalry.

James is in 1880 Outagamie County, 17, son of Margaret 45 Hood. William is 20, born in Wisconsin.

In 1900 Niwot precinct, Boulder County, Colorado, James L. Hood is a blacksmith, born Sept 1862 in Wisconsin. His mother Margaret October 1834 in Scotland is with him. She's had three kids, two living.

1905 Longmont Colorado "Sylvanus Budd and wife, George W. Duffield, Frank Bolton, Daniel Rauch, Dr. W. J. Neeley, James L. Hood, Mrs. Templeman, and Katie Wilcox are some of the visitors to the G. A. R. emcampment."

Longmont 1905 "Mr. John Lammie stopped over Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hood who are his grandmother and uncle, respectively. Mr. Lammie is on his way from Wisconsin to the Portland fair."

In 1910 James and his mother are still in Boulder County.

1910 Longmont, Niwot items "About seventy-five of the Niwot natives came out and charivaried Mr. James Hood, our village blacksmith and wife and were treated to cigars, peanuts and candy. All present had to kiss the bride and groom."
Margaret 1834-1914 is buried in Niwot # 24994900.

AGNES - sister of James

Agnes Neil, 20, with daughter Agnes, 5 is with them the Hood family in 1870. She was born in Scotland. She married Thomas Lammie 1823-1865 aand is buried in Pueblo, Colorado #105094966.

In 1895 Lizzie R. Lammie was teaching at the Wiley School in Pueblo Colorado.
She had been a graduate of the Oshkosh, Wisconsin State Normal.
In 1900 Pueblo, Colorado Lizzie is teaching school, born Dec 1868 in Wisconsin. Agnes was born September 1820 in Scotland.

1901 Salida "Miss Lizzie Lammie and her mother arrived on Monday afternoon from Pueblo. They have rooms at P. Q. Sandy’s, where they will keep house this summer and winter. Miss Lammie has been re-employed as principal of our schools.
February 1902 Salida, Colorado "Miss Lizzie Lammie, the principal of our school, is still very low with typhoid fever."
1902 Salida " Mrs. A. Lammie went to Pueblo Monday morning for a short stay.
" Miss Lizzie Lammie attended the teachers’ institute at Canon City last Friday and Saturday. From there she went to Pueblo for a few days. "

April 26, 1904 Salida, Colorado "Mrs. Lammie of Coaldale is rapidly sinking and is not expected to live longer than a few days. She is 83 years of age and without strength to endure much longer. Her daughter. Miss Lizzie Lammie, is teaching in the Coaldale school. Their many friends at Howard extend sympathy."

May 1904 Salida, Colorado "Mrs. Lammie of Coaldale died at her home of general debility last evening. The remains will be shiped to Pueblo for interment. She leaves a daughter, Miss Lammie, who is teaching in the Cotopaxi school.
Mrs. Lammie had many friends in Howard, having lived bere a number of years."
1907 Yampa Colorado "School started in District No. 6 Monday, April 2, with Miss Lammie of Pueblo as teacher. There are six pupils enrolled."

1908 Yampa Colorado " Miss Elizabeth Lammie of Gulch, Colo., will teach the Toponas school this summer."

In 1906 Miss Lizzie R. Lammie was president of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society, Conference, living at 29 Block W., Puebloc.

In 1910 Gulch, Pitkin County, Colorado, Elizabeth Lammie is boarding with the John and Mary Renstrom family.

1913 Bayfield Colorado "Rev. J. F. Garrett, elder, will hold the regular quarterly meeting at the Free Methodist church beginning this Friday evening and continuing over Sunday. Miss Nettie Reed, returned missionary from South Africa, will be present also, as well as Miss E. R. Lammie, conference missionary president."
Elizabeth R. Lammie, age 52, married Herbert T. Gilpatrick, age 47, July 22, 1914, recorded in Pueblo Colorado. The ceremony was performed in Canon City by Reverend Franklin Stewart.

In 1920 Butte County, California, Elizabeth and Herbert Gilpatric are farming. Herbert is 53 born in California.
They're still in Butte County in 1930. "Thomas H. Gilpatrick" and "Elizabeth L. Gilpatrick."
Elizabeth Gilpatrick 1861-1937 is buried in Gridley, Butte County # 159523110.
Thomas Herbert Gilpatrick 1866 - 1955

One post says Thomas died in Nashville, Tennessee, and in 1880 Lizzie Lammie was attending school. In 1900 she was listed as a school teacher in Pueblo, and in 1910 as a principal in "Gulch" Colorado.
Thomas Lammie had died in 1865, with a will settled in Outagamie County, leaving a beloved with Agnes Lammie leaving a child Elizabeth Richmond aged three years and one adopted daughter Agnes Tome Neil aged ten years.

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