Logan County Colorado Pioneers
Henry Josiah and Lydia Elisa (Fisher) Hulse, George W. Hulse, Fleming
In 1885 Marshall County, Iowa, Henry J. Hulse is 34, born in Illinois, with Mary J. 27 , Lewis James 7, Mary E. 6, Rosetta E. 4 and Altha M. 3. Mary and the kids were born in Marshall County.
In 1900 Henry is in Republic County, Kansas, born May 1852 Ohio, married nine years to Lydia, Dec 1865 Indiana. George W. June 1885, Iowa, Grace A. April 1892 Missouri, Arthur M. Dec 1893 Missouri, and Charles H. Sept 1894 Kansas.
In 1910 Phillips County, Colorado, they have Grace, Arthur, Charles, Everett 9, Paul 7, and Mattie 4, all three born in Kansas.
In 1920 Phillips County, they have Charles, Everett, Paul, and Nettie M. 14.
Henry J. 1852-1927 # 58616710 and Lydia E. 1865-1928 are buried in Haxtun.
Altha Malinda (Hulse) Daggett 1882--1914 wife of Ezra A. Daggett 1887-1964 is buried in Haxtun # 58775296.
Their daughter Agnes 1898-1974 is also buried in Haxtun, with her husband Carl Nickey 1895-1924.
1965 Iola Kansas "Mrs. Agnes Nickey left Tuesday for Topeka to meet a friend with whom she went to Fleming, Colo., to visit relatives and friends and to attend the Hulse family reunion at Fleming."
Grace Adel (Hulse) Lapp 1892-1935 is buried in Haxtun with Harvey Lane Lapp 1892-1920,
Charles 1899-1978 is buried in Haxtun # 33378503, with Grace Alma (Munday) Hulse 1907-2004.
Grace A. Hulse, 97, of Haxtun died Tuesday, September 28, 2004 at the Heritage Living Center in Haxtun.
She was born in Athol, Kansas to James O. Munday and Maudie (Kidwell) Munday on September 12, 1907. She graduated from the eighth grade.
Grace married Charles H. Hulse and worked in cafes in Holyoke and Haxtun. She was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Fleming.
Grace was preceded in death by her husband, three sons, seven grandchildren and two great great grandchildren.
She is survived by daughters Rose McClain and husband Walt of Haxtun; Doris Stowe and husband Bob of Thompson Falls, Montana, Ruby Heller of Julesburg, Charlotte Hulse of Holyoke and Norma J. Schumacher of Haxtun; 18 grandchildren; 43 great grandchildren and 16 great great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, October 2 at the Berean Bible Church in Haxtun with Pastor Mark Phillips officiating. Burial followed at Haxtun Cemetery.
George proved up a quarter in 1918.
February 19, 1959 "
George Washington Hulse, 73, longtime resident of the Fleming community, died suddenly at his home early this morning.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Fleming Methodist Church with the Rev. Henry Parmenter officiating. Burial will be in the Fleming Cemetery with the Radford Funeral Home of Haxtun in charge.
Mr. Hulse, who homesteaded four miles southwest of Fleming in 1913, was born June 7, 1885 at Marshalltown, Iowa. He had lived in Sheridan, Mo., Belleville, Kan., and Denver before coming to Fleming 46 years ago.
He married Josephine Pletcher Nov. 18, 1916, in Denver.
He was a member of the Methodist Church.
Mr. Hulse is survived by his wife; three daughters — Mrs. Katheryn Green of Sterling, Mrs. Wanda West of Fleming and Mrs. June Wertz of Grand Island, Neb.; a son, Henry of Fleming; four brothers — Arthur of Haxtun, Charles of Paoli, Everett and Paul, both of Denver; two sisters — Mrs. Rozetta Rhoades of Fleming and Mettie Hulse of Denver and 15 grandchildren.—Sterling Journal Advocate
Arthur Ward Hulse registered for WWI in Fleming, born Dec 28, 1893 at Sheridan Missouri, farming, single.
In 1920 Phillips County, "Archie" is 25, farming, Edna is a music teacher, 20, with Harold L. two months.
Harold died in 1929, and is buried in Haxtun.
In 1930 Haxtun, Arthur is running a service station, 36, Edna L. 30 Iowa, with Ellis M. 6 and Curtis D. four months.
Arthur W. Hulse 1893-1968 is buried in Haxtun, with Edna Lucille (Berkey) Hulse 1899-1984.
Their son Ellis Merton Hulse was a gunner on the U.S.S Lexington, sunk in the Coral Sea in 1942.
Everett Allen Hulse married Mae Elliott Sept 6, 1925 in Sterling, and is buried in Littleton 1901-1979 with Mae 1907-1979.
Paul Allen Hulse, per # 138437637, married Ruth E. Whitney and died in San Joaquin, California March 21, 1984.
In 1930 Perkins County, Nebraska, Myron Peter is a section foreman for the railroad, 30, born in Colorado. He was a garage helper in Haxtun when registering for WWI, born Jan 24, 1900, nearest relative Philip J. Peter of Haxtun.
.... Hulse, 25 born in Kansas, with Joyce 5, Nebraska. (Myrton Peters is in Morgan County, Colorado, in 1940, 40, married to Doris 25 Nebraska. They were in Cheyenne County Nebraska in 1935. He's buried in Sidney Nebraska # 100811795, 1900-1981, with Doris C. (Read) Peter 1915-1989.
Mettie Peters married Gilbert Hix July 28, 1937, recorded in Arapahoe County.
Mettie 35 a cafe manager, and Joyce Hix 15 in 1940 Denver, married to Gilbert Hix 39, a packer, born in Kentucky.
(Gilbert P. was in Wray, Colorado in 1920, a salesman in a drug store, with brother Paul S. a23 and father George P. 63._
George P. 1856-1927, Mary Carson Hix 1861-1906, and Paul S. Hix 1896-1920 are buried in Wray.
The Gospel Messenger said that Mrs. Mettie Hulse (husband deceased) was the mother of Mrs. Joy Marie Mays, who graduated in 1946 from McPherson College, and they served in Italy under the Brethren Service Commission 1946-1948. They had one son John Glenn Mays, age two in 1950.
2009 Seattle - Northaven Assisted Living "I look around here and say thank
you to Bob," says Joyce Mays, a resident at Northaven Assisted
Living. Joyce’s husband, Bob Mays, passed away in 2001, but his legacy
of boldly leading his small church congregation to build Northaven is
appreciated by hundreds every day, including his dear wife.
In 1963 Bob accepted the pastorship at Olympic View Church in Seattle’s
Maple Leaf neighborhood. He and Joyce moved their young family
to Seattle from Long Beach, Calif. and Bob began a career of inspired
leadership and teaching that grew a thriving congregation of about 250
Joyce’s mother, Mettie Hulse, was one of its first residents. Mettie had been a long-time resident of Northaven’s retirement building and even supported its construction by providing an interest-free loan. After living there for nearly 20 years, she reached a point where she needed a little more assistance.
Joyce continues to be grateful"
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