Carl B. and Cora (Jones) Adamson, father James M. Adamson, 9 North 48 West
C.B. Adamson, born in Illinois to J. M. Adamson and Anna Woods, married Cora Jones in West Branch, Iowa Nov 22, 1894.
Cora Marguarite Jones' parents died in Minnesota prior to 1890 and she came to live with Nat & Margaret Crook (Crook Hotel) in West Branch when she was 12-13 years old. She married Carl B Adamson in 1894 in West Branch at the Methodist Episcopal Church."
In 1900 Monroe County Iowa, Carl B. is a blacksmith, born April 1866 in Illinois, and Cora Sept 1874 Iowa have May E. Mar 1896, Henry M. Feb 1898, and Carl G. Dec 1899 , all three born in Iowa. Carll's father James M. Sep 1833 in Pennsylvania, widowed, is living with them.
Carl proved up a quarter in 10, 9N 48W in 1909.
James proved up a quarter, also in section 10, in 1910.
It must have been completed by his heirs
James Milton Adamson is buried in Jasper County, Iowa # 88711924.
In 1910 Logan County, Carl and Cora are farming, Edna May 14, Henry 12, Carl 10, Leslie J. 8, - all these born in Iowa. Cora M. 6, Jessie L. 4, Winnifred 2 and Margie eleven months were born in Colorado.
In 1920 Logan County, they have Henry 21, Carl 20, Lester J. 18, Cora M. 15, Jessie E. 13, Winnifred I. 11, Margery B. 10, Kenneth M. 7, Harold J. 4, and Theodore R. 1.
August 2, 1920 "Ture Shannep headed wheat for the Burt brothers and Carl Adamson.
In 1930 they're in Weld County, where Carl is a mechanic. They have Lester 28, a farm laborer, Jessie 23 a telephone operator, Margie D. 20 a saleslady, and Harold 15.
In 1940 Weld County, they have only Lester, a farm laborer.
July 24, 1943 "Carl B. Adamson, a resident of Eaton the past 17 years died at his home, 317 Cheyenne avenue in Eaton at 5:15 Saturday morning. Mr. Adamson had been ill the past three years.
Mr. Adamson formerly operated a pool hall in Eaton. He served In the Spanish-American war as a horseshoer with a cavalry unit. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Cora M. Adamson of Eaton, and these children: Mrs. May Nelson of Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. Jessie Cook of Eaton, Winifred Adamson of Albany, Ore., Mrs. Margery Rallis of Green River, Wyoming, Lester I J. Adamson of Eaton, and Harold J. Adamson, with a U. S. army unit in the South Pacific. There are five grandchildren who also survive.
Funeral service will be held at the Armstrong Mortuary chapel in Eaton on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30, with interment at the Eaton cemetery"
Marguerite 1904-1924 is buried in Haxtun
Carl G. Adamson 1899-1922 is buried in Haxtun
Kenneth Adamson 1913-1925 is buried in Haxtun.
Kenneth Meredith Adamson was born November 20, 1913 at the home of his parents northwest of Haxtun, and died following an operation at the Sterling Hospital, Saturday morning, June 6, 1925. He was 12 years, six months and 16 days old.
He is the son of Carl and Cora Adamson. Those of his family still left are four sisters, three brothers and two nephews.
Kenneth attended this past winter at the Haxtun grade school. Before that he received his schooling out at the Pumpkin Vine school.
He attended Sunday school at the Methodist church during the time when they were in town.
He had many friends and gathered more during his school year in Haxtun.
August 16, 1920 Haxtun Colorado "Henry Adamson, 32, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Adamson, died in a Greeley hospital."
May Adamson married John H.McConville June 16, 1915, recorded in Logan County.
1938 "Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cook returned home Wednesday morning from Missouri.
Harold Adamson of California is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Adamson. "
1952 Greeley "Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adamson, Lester and Sherrie are leaving Friday for their home in Sacramento, Calif., following a visit here with liis sister, Mrs. Paul Cook, Mr. Cook and Billy. "
Margery married Stephen E. Rallis June 23, 1933 in Summit, Utah.
They were in Wyoming in 1935, and in Sacramento California in 1939.
In 1940 Denver, Stephen Rallis 33 is a bartender, born in Greece, Margery 30 Colorado, El Stephen 5 and Cora Elaine 3 were born in Wyoming.
Stephen Rallis enlisted in the service June 24, 1944 in Fort Logan, Colorado.
Margery (Adamson) Rallies 1909-2003 is buried in Eaton # 74545219.
1976 Minnie Humbrock of Greeley was interviewed - her sister's son " Paul Cook lives in Eaton and is married to the former Jessie Adamson"
Lester J. Adamson, 76, of Eaton, CO died at his home Tuesday, November 9, 1976.
He was born October 30, 1900 at Loville, IA to Carl and Cora (Jones) Adamson. At the age of one he came with his parents to Haxtun, CO. He attended schools in Logan County where he farmed prior to moving to Eaton in 1926. He farmed there until 1942 when he entered the U.S. Army serving at Camp Hale.
Following his discharge from the Army he returned to Eaton where he was employed by the Great Western Sugar Company until his retirement in 1966.
Survivors include a brother, Harold J. Adamson of Sacramento, CA; three sisters, Mrs. Paul (Jessie) Cook of Eaton, Mrs. Winifred Sargent of Mesa, AZ, and Mrs. Margery Rallis of Green River, WY; several nieces and nephews and grandnieces and grandnephews.
Funeral Services will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, November 13, 1976 at Eaton First Baptist Church. Interment will follow at Eaton Cemetery.
1970 Greeley "Mr. and Mrs. William I. (Bill) Cook will soon, be returning to their home in Galeta, California, from Belgium. Cook was sent there in January by the Applied Maghite Corp., of which he is production line supervisor. He is training personnel in the new plant in Belgium and setting up the production line there. The company has several outlets in Europe, and Cook's wife, Sandra has been working in the plant offices, training the office forces. While in Belgium the Cooks have done quite a bit of touring and visiting points of interest in the area, including trips to Antwerp and Brussels. They also traveled to Holland and toured Amsterdam and enjoyed people of the Netherlands.
In Antwerp the Cooks visited the House of Rubin the famous painter's home
which has been made into a museum. Cook is a graduate of Eaton High school.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cook of Eaton will travel to Galeta to visit their son and his wife.
They will also visit her brother, Harold Adamson and family,
and sister, Mrs. Winifred Sargent of Scottsdale, Ariz., who is presently visiting in the
Adamson home in Sacramento.
The Harold Adamsonh are awaiting the return of their son from his tour of duty in Germany.
Captain Adamson's sister is currently visiting them and enjoying sightseeing trips in the area.
They plan in arrive in Sacramento May.. "
1977 Greeley "Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adamson and four-year-old grandson, Brian A. Sacravien were Saturday to Thursday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cook.
They had been visiting with Mrs. Marjorie Rallis at Green River, Wyo., prior to their visit here.
Tuesday they all went to Greeley and visited with Mrs. Minnie Humbrock at Fairacres. Tuesday they took Mrs. Humbrock to Bonell where they attended the 104th birthday of Mrs. Humbrock's aunt, Mrs. Eva Wells."
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