Edwin Strain, Ross Strain, Albina Strain, Lizzie (Strain) Sanborn., 8 North 50 West

Their mother was Sarah (Crum)(Holladay) Strain.

Henry L. Holladay married Sarah M. Crum on January 29, 1852 in Highland County, Ohio

Abraham Strain married Sarah Holladay on Octoer 4, 1860 in Highland County.

In 1870 Highland County, Ohio, Abraham Strain is 56, Sarah 36, Robert 16, Eddie 8, Ross 6, Lizzie 4. Sarah's kids Stroder Holladay 17 and Alcinda Holladay 15 are with them.

In 1880 Highland County, Ohio, Abram Strain is farming, 66, with Sarah 45. Edwin is 17, Ross 15, Lizzie 12, Alvina 8, all born in Ohio. Bell Holladay 22 is a stepdaughter.

Mary J. Griffith is in Highland County in 1870, age 5, with Thomas P. 43 and Mary A. Griffith, 39.

The Griffiths are still in Highland County in 1880, "Josephine" is 16.
Buffalo County, Nebraska in the 1885 census has "Samah" Strain age 52, Edward 21, Ross C. 19, Lizzy 16, and Albina 13, All born in Ohio.

September 1889 Sterling Colorado, Frenchman items "Ed Strain is still confined to his bed, from the hurt received some six weeks ago.
"Miss Bina Strain, we are glad to state, has recovered from her attack of lung fever and is able to be out."

December 1889 Frenchman items in the Sterling newspaper "Bina Strain has closed her school and will soon return to Nebraska."

1890 "Ed Strain is building a new grout barn." "Little Roy Strain is quite sick. Dr. Stanton is attending him."

1890 "Mr. Ross Strain has arrived home from his Nebraska trip."

He might be the Ross Strain farming in 1900 East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, married 13 years to Josie M., both born February 1865 in Ohio. Roy C. October 1887 and Clark C. June 1889 were born in Colorado, Pearl 7, Marshall 5, Ruby 3, and Lizzie three months were born in Louisiana.

In 1910 East Baton Rouge Parish, Ross C. is 44, Mary J. 44, Pearl 16, Marshall R. 14, Ruby 11, Marie M 9, Mrytle M. 6, and Robert H. 2.

Roy C. Strain is next door, married, farming, 22, with Gussie E. 21, Winnie B. 1, and Mamie S. two months.

In 1920 Ross C. and Mary J., both 54, have Marshall 23, Myrthe R. 16, Robert H. 12 and Gladys J. 9.

In 1930 East Baton Rouge Parish, "Roy" C. is 61, Louise 63, both born in Ohio. Marshall is 30, Robert 22, and Gladys J. 19.

Ross died there on December 30, 1935.
Mary Josephine "Josie" died February 15, 1948 in Baton Rouge.

In 1922 Baton Rouge, Roy (Gussie) is a chauffeur, and they live at 329 Stewart.
They're in Houston, Texas in 1929, living at 1018 Pease Avenue, no occupation.

In 1930 Monroe, Louisiana, Roy L. Strain 18, born in Kansas, is a meat cutter. Roy, 43 is a salesman there, and Gussie is 43, born in Louisiana.
Back in Baton Rouge in 1934, Roy sells meats at 4220 Plank Road, and they live at 119 Evergreen Avenue. Hoyt G. Strain, a clerk at United Cigar Stores, also lives there, and Roy L. Strain, no occupation.

Roy Strain Jr., age 26, died June 5, 1937 in East Baton Rouge Parish.
Winnie Bess (Strain) Donlon 1908-1950 is buried in Metairie, Louisiana # 113954607.
Gladys Josephine (Strain) Merrill 1910-1980 is buried in Baton Rouge 3 10657986.
Roy Clarence Strain, born in Denver November 4, 1887, died January 18, 1962.


Herbert Alvah Sanborn was born March 15, 1863 in Washington, Vermont to Sarah Barnard (or Royce) of Washington, and A. H. Sanborn of Orange,

In 1880 Woodstock, Vermont, Alva and Sarah Sanborn are both 45, with Herbert 17, Orville 12, Agnes 6, Ethel S. newborn, and Alva's mother Mary, 84, all born in Vermont.

Herbert A. Sanborn, age 24, born in Vermont to Alvah H. Sanborn and Sarah Royce, married Lizzie L. "Stran" , age 20, born in Ohio to Sarah "Crune Stran" on September 5, 1887 in Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Herbert A. Sanborn claimed a tract in section 23, 8N 50W in 1895.

"Bart" 37 and Lizzie 31 Sanborn are in Scotts Bluff, Nebraska in 1900, and Sarah Strain 67 widowed is with them.
Earl is 5, born in Colorado and Homer born March 1897 in Nebraska.
In 1905 Russell County, Kansas, "J. Sanborn is 42, Lizzie 37, Earl born in Colorado July 1894, and Homer 8 in Nebraska. Sarrah Strain 72 is with them.
In 1910 Reno County, Kansas, next to Edwin Strain, Lizzie L. Sanborn 42, married to Les 46, born in Vermont and their kids Homer 13 born in Nebraska, Agnes L. 4 in Kansas. Sarah Strain, their mother, is widowed, 77.
Lizzie has had three kids, two living.
Earl A. Sanborn died May 31, 1909, age 14 yrs, 11 months 10, days, and is buried in Peace Valley Cemetery, Nickerson, Reno County Kansas.

Sarah died 10 Jul 1919 in Sterling, Kansas Burial: 13 Jul 1919 Maple Grove Cem., Ft. Scott, Bourbon, Kansas

In 1920 Bourbon County, Kansas, Herbert is farming, 56, born in Vermont, with Lizzie L. 52 in Ohio. Agnes L., 14 was born in Kansas.

In 1930 Wichita, Kansas, Herbert A. 60 and Lizzie 56 have no occupations.
Herbert A. Sanborn 1863-1933 is also buried in Peace Valley, next to Earl.
In 1940 Wichita, Agnes D. Sanborn is 72, widowed, and daughter Agnes Demoret 30 is divorced, with Herbert 11 and Lawrence 7.

In 1942 Wichita, Lizzie, widow of Herbert A., lives at 311 N. Elizabeth.
Homer M. (Mable) is a tool and die maker for Cessna, living at 869 S. Vine.

In 1961 Wichita, Lizzie L. Sanborn (Widow Herbert A.) lives at 311 N. Elizabeth Avenue.

Lizzie L. Sanborn 1867-1962 is buried in Peace Valley next to Earl and LHerbert.

Homer M. Sanborn 1897-1969 is buried in Wichita # 59199312, with Mable G. 1899-1982.

Agnes Lizzie Sanborn was born October 29, 1905 at Gorham Kansas to Herbert A. Sanborn and Lizzie L. Strain.

In 1930 Hodgeman County, Kansas, she's 24, with Winifred 27 Demoret and his parents. They have Herbert 1.
Agnes died December 23, 1993 as Agnes Demoret, and is buried with her parents in Peace Valley.

Donald Eugene Demoret passed away February 27, 2011 in Corpus Christi, Texas. He was born in Riverside, California to Lawrence Demoret and Helen Smith. Don was a great husband, father and son. Don was an avid reader, computer whiz, and received many awards with his accomplishments with Boeing Aircraft. He enjoyed Nascar races and the outdoor activities.
Don is preceded in death by his son Curtis Demoret and brother Raymond Demoret.
He is survived by his wife Sylvia Demoret of Corpus Christi, Texas, his father, Lawrence Demoret of Wichita, Kansas, his mother Helen Goben also of Wichita, Son Tracey (Amy) Demoret of Mulvane, Kansas, brothers, James (Leonara) Demoret of Pensacola, Florida and Stephen (Rosie) Demoret of San Diego, California, sister, Muirlina (Michael) Biggs, uncles, Herbert Demoret of Arkansas and Donald Smith of Kansas, Step-children Amanda (Jesse) Arriaga, Jose Luis (Erika) DelaGarza of Corpus Christi, grandchildren, Paul, Ivey, Jasmin Todd, Step-grandchildren Miranda, Christabel, Isaac and Matthew Ybarra and numerous nieces and nephews.
1958 Sedalia, Missouri " At three o’clock Sunday afternoon, May 18, Miss Gail Van Arsdale exchanged vows with Herbert A. Demoret in a single ring ceremony performed by the Rev. L. 0. Smith in the chapel of the First Methodist Church, Wichita. Kan. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Van Arsdale, Wichita. Kan., and the groom is the son of Mrs. Agnes Demoret. Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kipping, 1400 South Barrett, are the grandparents of the bride. Miss Carolyn Jones was maid of honor. Laurence Demoret, brother of the groom, served as best man. After a trip to Washington. D.C., and New York City the couple will reside in Holyoke, .Mass

Herbert "Herb" Demoret, age 88, of Marshall, Arkansas passed away on January 4, 2017 at home. Herb was born in Jetmore, Kansas on June 25, 1928 to Fred O. Demoret and Agnes Sandburn.
Herb served in the Navy during the Korean War. Most of his career was spent in the Merchant Marines.
Herb is preceded in death by both of his parents; his wife Arline (died in 1999); half-sister Rachel Harness; half-brother Paul Demoret; and half-brother David Demoret.
Herb is survived by a brother, Lawrence Demoret; half-brother Phillip Demoret; half-brother Stephen Demoret; and half-sister Ruth Uzzel. He is also survived by his daughter Julie Bailiff and son-in-law Aaron; daughter Debbie Demoret; grandson Matt Bailiff; granddaughter Amanda Coday; and 3 great-grandchildren.
Herb had an immediate burial thru the Roller-Coffman Funeral Home in Marshall, beside his beloved wife, Arline, in the Passmore/Thola Cemetery, Searcy County, Arkansas. Graveside services to be held at a later date.
Agnes Lizzie Demoret married James Calvin Blevins in Kay County, Oklahoma on July 3, 1953.

James, 1895-1981 is buried in Adair County, Oklahoma # 62260644.


Albina "Straine" is in the 1885 census of Buffalo County, Nebraska, age 13 born in Ohio.

In 1900 Henry County, Missouri, Bina is married to Harry Kibby, a harness-maker born Feb 1869 in Illinois. They have Fay Nov 1891 in Nebraska, and Maurice Feb 1897 in Missouri.
Bina was born April 1872 in Ohio.

They're still in Clinton, Henry County, in 1910 with the two kids.
In 1930 they're alone in Clinton.

In 1940 they're in Butler County, Kansas, Harry 65 managing a variety store , Bina 62, and Mamie 43 a clerk in the store.

Albina H. (Strain) Kibbey 1872-1949 is buried in Sterling, Kansas # 107330173, with Harry N. 1869-1955.


Edwin claimed a tract in sections 4 and 7, 8N 50W in 1892.

In 1900 East Baton Rouge Parish, Edward Strain is farming, living alone, born January 1863 in Ohio, is on the same census page as Roy.

In 1910 Reno County, Kansas, Edwin Strain is farming, 46, married two years to Mollie 28 born in Lousisiana.

In 1920 East Baton Rouge Parish, "Edward" Strain is 50, keeping a stock yard, wtih Mary 37, Russell 6 born in Kansas, and Hazel 4 born in Tennessee.

Edwin is a veterinarian in 1930 East Baton Rouge Parish, 65, with Molliy 36, Hazel 14, and Russl 16.
Edwin 1863-1938 is buried in Baton Rouge, # 159976161, with Mary (Freeman) Strain 1882-1968, # 159976235.

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