Logan County Colorado Pioneers

Edward A. and Nina E. (Clodfelder) Douglass, 9 North 49 West

Nina E. Clotfelter married Edward A. Douglass April 20, 1897 in Bond County, Illinois.

In 1900 Bond County, Edward A, born March 1869, married three years to Nina April 1878, both born in Illinois, are farming.
In 1908 Enid, Oklahoma, Edward is a teamster, with Nina E. living at 1301 W. Elm.
In 1910 Enid, Edward is a teamster, married 13 years to Nina, and they have a boarder George Smith born in Kansas. .

Edward proved up two quarters in sections 2 and 3, 9N 49W in 1920.
In 1920 Logan County, Edward 50, and Nina 41, both born in Illinois, are farming.
They're farming in Clovis, New Mexico in 1930, where he died in 1936 # 65300234.

Henry might be a cousin of Nina....
In 1870 Fountain County, Indiana, Henry Clodfelter is 27, Barbara E. 21, Charles W. 4, and Laura V. 1

In 1880 Fountain County, Indiana, Ora is 10, with Henry 37 and Ellen 28. Charles is 14, Viola 12, Ora 10, Eli 8, Lawrence 5, and Ella M. 1.
In 1900 Jasper County, Illinois, Henry is 57, Barbra E. 51, Ora E. 28, Elle M.21, Bertie O. 18, Noah A. 14, Emery E. 11, and Lucy A. 9.

Ora E. Clodfelder proved up a quarter in 18, 9N 49W in 1920.
In 1920 Logan County, Ora is 48, Sarah V. 40, Ina B. 14, and Glenie 11, all born in Indiana. Next household is George and Mary Krieger.
Ora E. 1871-1947 is buried in Crown Hill, Jefferson County, Colorado, # 98006931, with Sarah V. 1879-1965.
Glen William Clodfelder 1908-1974 is buried in Fleming.

Martin Lee Clodfelder, a long time resident of the Lone Star community, passed away Sunday, November 20, 2011, at his daughter's home, in Greeley, after an 11 month battle with cancer. Martin was born in Denver, CO, on June 30, 1939, to Glenn William and Mary Francis (Hradecky) Clodfelder. He grew up in the Haxtun area, where he attended the Haxtun schools. He later moved out to the Lone Star area and enlisted in the US Army on Dec 5,1962, at the age of 24. He received training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri, and Ft. Gordon, Georgia, in which he became part of the Military Police. Martin served 18 months in Hawaii at Ft. Shafter as a M.P., coming out as a SP 5 in Nov. of 1964. Martin returned to the Lone Star area and farmed and raised livestock up until his diagnosis in December, 2010. Martin was preceded in death by his parents and his oldest sister, Mary Alice Weibers, of Sterling. He is survived by his children, Amanda Clodfelder, of Kansas, Stacy Clodfelder, of Greeley, Jason Clodfelder and wife, Courtney, of Nebraska, and Leslie Knox and husband, Kevin, of Yuma; nine grandchildren; brothers, Jimmy Clodfelder, of Akron, and Russell Clodfelder and wife, Judy, of Sterling; sisters, Peggy Johnson, of Sterling, and Nancy Koehler, of Eckley; numerous nieces, nephews, family and wonderful friends. Services for Martin were held on Friday, December 2 at 10 a.m., at the Fleming United Methodist Church in Fleming, CO. Mary Alice Clodfelder was born to Glenn and Mary in 1935 in Pine Cliff, graduated from Sterling, married Dale Wiebers in 1952, and is buried in Fleming.


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