Julia (Hunt) Lawless, niece Maggie (Hunt) Burkholder, brother Sherman Tecumseh and Lenora (Greathouse) Hunt 

In 1875 Washington County, New York, Russel Hunt is 38, Julia 31, Russell W. 8, Charles A. 6, William 4, Julia B. 2,.

In 1880 Johnson County, Nebraska, Julia Hunt is 7, daughter of Russell and Julia Hunt - Chas. is 12, Wm. 8, Albert 5, and Sherman 1.

 In 1900 Harlan County Nebraska, Mike Lawless born August 1860 in Minnesota, is married ten years to Julia Sep 1872 New York.  James Oct 1894, Maggie Sept 1896, and Thomas M. May 1899 all born in Nebraska. (Charles H. Hunt 1868-1960 is buried in Beaver City, Nebraska # 61676011.)

FindaGrave # 52969812 has a Mike Lawless buried in Orleans, Harlan County, Nebraska.  One Ancestry tree said he died January 20, 1909 in Leroy.

In 1910 Leroy precinct, Logan County, Julia Lawless is 35, widowed, born in New York.  Children James 15, Maggie 13, Thomas 11, Eliza 8, Raymond 3, and Earl 1 were all born in Nebraska.

1913 Grants Pass, Oregon - Mrs. Julia Lawless had an operation on her eye, sold her telephone, and "was to be moving to California about April 15."

 Julia Lawless proved up a quarter in 8, 6N 50W in 1913, and Julia Chapman, formerly Julia Lawless proved up  a quarter in 32, 5N 53W (Washington County, about twenty miles southwest) in 1923.

Mrs. Julia Lawless, 39, married William McLaughlin, 35 in Sterling January 3, 1917.  (he might be the one in Carbon County, Wyoming in 1920 and 1930, farming , born about 1882, saying he's married, but no spouse.   One tree said William McLaughlin born 1881 in Illinois, died May 15, 1966 in Craig, Colorado.)

 Julia Lawless married Bert Chapman in Fort Collins October 2, 1918.

In 1920 Logan County, Bert Chapman, 37, Utah, is a farm laborer.  Julia is 42, and Eliza Lawless 18 and Thomas Lawless 20 are with them.

In 1930 Oakland, California, there's a Julia Lawless 58 born in New York, "mother"  - but no other person in the household. 

In Grants Pass, Oregon is a stone Julia V. Lawless - Sept 13, 1872-June 14, 1955.  FindaGrave # 92476445 says her parents Russell and Julia Hunt are buried in Harlan County, Nebraska.


James registered in Hayes County, Nebraska, saying he was born October 30, 1896 at St. Ann Nebraska, was farming, with Mabel Lawless his nearest relative.

He's in Salem, Oregon in 1930, married to Grace M. 29, born in Nebraska.  They have Robert M. 7 born in Colorado, Leonard M. 5 Oregon, and Ethel M. 3 Oregon.

They're still in Salem in 1940.

James Melvin Lawless, born October 15, 1896 at Oxford, Nebraska, registered for WWII in Salem Oregon.

James died February 27, 1965 in Marion County, Oregon, age 69, spouse Lela.


In 1940 Alameda County California, Thomas M. Lawless, 40 born in Nebraska, with Grace M. 36 Kansas, have Earl N. 16 Colorado, Everett J. 13 California, Ruby V. 12 Oregon, Marian M. 10 California, Lewis E. 8 Oregon, Melissa P. 6 Oregon, Betty June 2 California, and June D. ten months California.  They were in Klamath Oregon in 1935.

Marian Margaret Harter 1930-1989 is buried in Sparlin Cemetery, Josephine County Oregon # 50376797.


Leroy 43 and E. Marion 39 Hutchins are in Fresno, California in 1930, with Evelyn 9 and Milton L. 7 born in Colorado, R. Dale 6 and Earl M. 3 born in California.

They're in Salem Oregon in 1940, with Evelyn 19, Leroy 17, Dale, Earl, and Donna eleven months.

Marion Eli... Hutchins, born April 1901 died in Josephine County Oregon October 30, 1974, spouse Lee.


In 1940 Alameda County, California, Raymond is 37, Nora 39, with Charlotte 16 Oregon, Ray 14 Colorado, Marjorie 9, California, Roland 5? California, and Patricia 2, California.


Earl E. is 31 in 1940 Alameda County (he and Raymond are both plumbers), with Ethel 29 Massachusetts, Donald Earl 8 John Richard 7, and Margery L. 5, all three born in California.

From a blog -

45. is a picture of his great great grandfather Delbert  Eugene Hardy in the apple orchard on the home place  near Haxtun Colorado. He died in 1933. I estimate  this was taken in the mid 1920′s   My parents Rev and Tracy and Florence Hardy were married in 1922 and Mom asked for a camera for her birthday and she took many pictures over her life and if film could still be bought for it, would still be doing it. So would say, mid 1920

In 1880 Butler County Nebraska, Delbert is 11, with parents George and Emeline, siblings Samuel E. Ruben B. , Alice A., Lillie, and Rose.

In 1880 Dickinson County Kansas, James M. Simpson 30, a laborer,  and Florey 29 have Elizabeth J. 5, born in Texas, Mary B. 3 Texas, and a newborn son. 

Delbert and Lizzie J. are in Breckenridge, Colorado in 1900, mining, with Clarence G. born July 1898. 

Mary B. born Feb 1877 in Texas, is also in Breckenridge, married to Gus Hallen born Jan 1868 in Sweden, with a newborn daughter.  Flavia Simpson born March 1850 in Illinois is living with them.

April 1902 Breckenridge "Mrs. James Simpson arrived from Kansas on Monday on a visit to her daughter Mrs. Gus. Hallen."

Mary was the Summit County superintendent of schools in 1932.

Gus 1868-1923 Hallen is buried in Breckenridge.# 58508395 - and so is Mary 1877-1965  # 58508407  -

Daughter Irene Hallen Wurst  1909 -1995 is also buried there.


James M. Simpson 1849-1899 is buried in Breckenridge.# 39981397 - so is Flavia R. 1850-1932 # 39981396

D.E. and Lizzie are in Ottawa County Kansas in 1905, with Tracy 6, Hazel 4, and Hellen 2.  On the same page is Flavia Simpson, 54, in the Henry and Mary Burns family.

In 1910, still  farming in Ottawa County, they have Clarence T. 11, Hazel D.  9 - both born in Colorado, Helen B. 7 Nebraska,  Pearl I 5 and Grace E. Kansas.

Delbert proved up a quarter in section 11, 5N 47W - in Yuma County, but closer to Haxtun than to Yuma - in 1918.

Delbert E. Hardy is in Magee precinct, 5N 47W, Yuma County in 1920, 51, born in Wisconsin.  Elizabeth J. is 45, born in Texas (ONE TREE SAID SHE WAS BORN IN PLANO, COLLIN COUNTY) , with Clarence 21, Colorado, Helen B. 17 Nebraska, Pearl I. 15 Kansas, and Grace E. 10 Kansas.

Clarence T. Hardy married Florence E. Hunt May 18, 1922, recorded in Logan County.

Helen Belle Hardy married "W.F." Pope February 27, 1924, recorded in Phillips County.

In 1930 Magee precinct, D.E. is widowed, 61, and the next household is Tracy 31, married to Florence 25, with Theora 3.   From the neighbors, they're probably still in township 5N 47W.

Delbert E. 1869-1933 and Elizabeth J. 1875-1926 are buried in Haxtun.


Services for Clarence Tracy Hardy, 90 of Wamego, Kansas, were at 2 p.m. Friday, June 9, 1989 at the Stewart Funeral Home in Wamego. Burial followed in Wamego City Cemetery. Mr. Hardy died May 30, 1989 at the Wamego City Hospital.

Mr. Hardy was an ordained minister for the Church of the Brethren, a retired farmer and a stockman. He had farmed and ranched in Shawnee and Pottawatomie counties until last summer, when he moved from his rural Paxico home to Wamego.

He was the first recipient of the Shawnee County Soil Conservation Service Bankers Award in 1958, from Merchants National Bank in Topeka, and was ordained in the Haxtun Church of the Brethren, Haxtun.

Tracy was born July 2, 1898, at Breckenridge, Colorado. He was a member of the Rochester Church of the Brethren north of Topeka, Kansas.

On May 18, 1922, Mr. Hardy married Florence Ethel Hunt in Haxtun.

From the history of the Pleasant Valley Church, Yuma County.  In a letter dated July 29, 1985 Tracy Hardy reflected on those times: "I and my wife Florence were with you for a short time during the bad years of the dusty 30’s when our treasurer carried the church’s nickels and dimes in a small tin can."

Survivors include: his wife Florence; two daughters, Theora Belle Fike, West Monroe, Louisiana, and Linda Joy Adams, New Jersey City; two sisters, Hazel D. Lewman, Denver, and Pearl I. Vallier, Council Bluffs, Iowa; 12 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by a daughter Carol Dell Hinshaw in 1971, and two sisters and one grandson.

Hazel D. - per one tree- married Ellis R. Lewman, and they're in Phillips County in 1920

The tree said Helen Belle Hardy married Millard Pope in 1924.  Millard Fillmore Pope 1903-1970 and Helen B. 1902-1985 are buried in Haxtun.

Betty Jane (Pope) Austin was born July 13, 1925 to Millard F. and Helen (Hardy) Pope in Haxtun. She died Aug. 6, 2012 at the VA Eastern Hospital in Denver. She was 87 years old.

Betty married James A. Austin, a Korean War veteran, on Nov. 22, 1951, which was Thanksgiving Eve, in Barre, Vt. James died June 30, 1989.

Mrs. Austin taught elementary school south of Paoli, south of Haxtun and in the Westminster District in Denver.

She joined the Army on Nov. 6, 1948 and served until Nov. 6, 1951. In the service, she taught Adult Basic Education, Public Information, and Plans and Training.

While residing in Barre, Vt., Betty worked on community projects and served on the Citizen Committee. She was very involved in her church and worked for a private business for 17˝ years.

While residing in Auburn, N.Y., Betty helped run a business for 10 years with a partner, until her health broke. She was very involved with her church, teaching Sunday School to unwanted children ranging from 12 to 16 years old. One of her passions was working with the veterans which she served and supported in Cayuga County. Following retirement, she embarked on her hobbies, art and crafts.

Betty was a member of the Holyoke American Legion.

Betty graduated from Haxtun High School in 1943. She attended Denver University from 1943-1944. Every summer for three years she went back to summer school at Denver University to renew her teaching certificate.

She was preceded in death by her sister, Dora W. Kurtzer; brother, Kenneth H. Pope; sister, Lois W. Wisdom; and infant sister, Juanita June Pope.

Betty is survived by her children, James A. Austin Jr. and wife Beckie of Loves Park, Ill. and Dixie French Greenley and husband Eric of Pensacola, Fla.; grandchildren, Cyril W. French II and Julie Siegler of Denver, Michael J. Austin and Jennifer of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and Adam J. Greenley and Michelle and Hunter Soule of Longmont; brothers, Dan W. Pope Sr. of Modesto, Calif. and family and Millard D. Pope of Holyoke and family; friends, the Galloway family of Auburn, N.Y., Janine Mac­Laughlin of Auburn, N.Y., Dianne Bockes of Auburn, N.Y., Jeanette and Mike Bronson of Orlean, N.Y., Patricia Austin of Pleasantville, Pa. and Wilber C. French of Mooresville, N.C.; along with many other relatives and friends.

There will be a graveside service at the Haxtun Cemetery on her parents' family plot at a later date; times will be announced.

Pearl I. married Thomas A. Vallier, and they're in Pottawattamie County, Iowa in 1930, with three kids.   Pearl Ione (Hardy) Vallier died August 2006 at age 101.

Pearl and Tom - Kent is the youngest  THANK YOU VALLIER FAMILY

  Grace married William J. Hackett October 26, 1927, recorded in Logan County - in 1930 Bill is 24, Grace E. 20, and they have Clifford eleven months - by the neighbors they're in the 5N 47W area.

William J. 1905-1977 and Grace E. 1909-1985 Hackett are buried in Haxtun. 

Clifford Hackett, 76, of Keenesburg, died May 29, 2005 at Platte Valley Medical Center. He was born to William J. & Grace E. (Hardy) Hackett, May 8, 1929, grew up on a farm outside of Haxtun, where he graduated from high school. He came to Denver in 1955 and married Barbara P. Daniels November 25, 1961 in Denver. They moved to Keenesburg in 1969 and resided there since. He worked as a machinist at Gardner-Denver, Morse-Chain and Montfort in Greeley. He loved to fish and help others and enjoyed woodwork and sightseeing. He was a member of Community Baptist Church in Brighton. Surviving beside his wife were: children Robert Hackett, Wichita, KS, Patricia Hackett, Wichita, KS and William Hackett, Lochbuie; sisters Lila Barton, Brighton, Betty Ann Perry, Ft. Collins and Mary Lou Upton, Brighton; and grandson William C. Hackett, Lochbuie. Preceded were his parents and siblings Wilma Hackett, Roland Hackett and Leland Hackett. Memorial services held at Community Baptist Church, 15559 WCR 2.

George S. Hardy 1845-1921 # 61908166 and Emeline A. Hardy 1849-1924 # 61908157 are buried in Sutherland Nebraska.

Edward Hardy is in Grand Island Nebraska in 1900, born Oct 1863 in Wisconsin, married seven years to Hattie, 32, with son Hayes, 6.

They're in McCook Nebraska in 1910, "Edwin" 46, Hattie 42, and Hayes 16.
Ed S. Hardy proved up a quarter in section 17, 5N 46W - only a half-dozen miles away from brother Delbert - in 1918- that would be near the Wasges post office.

Hayes Hardy, address of Wages, Colorado, registered for WWI,  born Feb 6, 1894 at Trenton, Nebraska.

In 1920 Yuma County, Laird precinct, Ed. S. is farming, with Hattie and Hayes L.

The Scottsbluff, Nebraska 1928 directory has Hayes Hardy, a laborer (Tena).  Tena was 7 in the 1910 census of Phillips County, with parents Wesley G. Dever and Lillie M. Dever, and was with them in 1920 Laird precinct, Yuma County.

Hayes is farming in Laird precinct in 1930, married to Lena 22, born in Kansas.

Hattie is widowed in 1940 Laird precinct, 72, born in Illinois, with Hayes L. 46, divorced.

Hayes died March 1981.

Dan Pope is listed with his parents in the 1940 Census records for Holyoke Colorado.

Early in 2008, our son started to o a genealogy of the family that arrived in Haxtun Colorado almost a hundred years ago and assumed the Name Hardy. Two parents, and four children. 4 daughters and one son.
 One of those daughter became the wife of Millard Pope, ,(Helen Hardy) Pope born Olga Romanov.
The son married my mother, Florence Hunt, cousin to the Hunt oil founders. It's Florence (Hunt) Hardy that is related to Dick Cheney, my second cousin on her side. I've written about this also, And if one does a Google search putting my name "Linda Joy Adams"+ "Dick Cheney" or any other name or subject you  want to see what I worte about that; you should be able to find the articles where I write about this. Dick Cheney's mother 's maiden name was Hunt and not Dickey, That was her first husband's name she was divorced from then later married Cheney and had two sons. His grandfather was Charley Hunt, a cook on the railroad and my Great Uncle whom I met soon after the founders of Hunt oil had made there pioneer style trip in a covered wagon to visit relatives of their father, etc.
He told us how in 1948, it had been decided that his  sister, another great aunt had died in chlidbirth and her  grandson who lived in Poland was going to be made Pope and he became it in 1978, Pope John Paul II. His sister had attended the Sorbonne and met her husband from Poland and died in childbirth. Most of the Hunts in my mother's family  have not been Catholic for over a hundred years, but some married back into it and the   high connections. for 700 years, In the USA, the Medici Family are the Hunts.  All this has been written about over the last several months, too.
Our son had explained some of the geanoiogy to some and no  one was talking since the VP on the opposing ticket is also in another branch of my Dad's family. And most may never have known the truth of the president's origins in Topeka Ks as by the Fall of 1963, "Tut" had the fake Hawaii bio story in place. and reason for this have been explained, too.
 So the connection to Dick Cheney  that is out is apparently a piece of info that got misinterpreted from our son's contact with someone and its not from the Hardy  side., but  through my Mother's Hunt side.
 My whole bio is a convoluted one also. My birth certificate is from one state , but in 1963, when Aunt Helen and Uncle Millard Pope visited us  not long before Doyle and I got married to inform of the fake story of the president; she drooped hints to me on the way out the door of a Baptism ,etc in another states. I have vivid memories of soon after birth and when I visited Colorado in the 50's for the first? time; I remembered the place and other details and the cave where a chest was taken out carried by four men holding poles and put on a plane that had landed on Highway 18 near the home my parents had owned adjacent to the property where my Aunt Grace and Bill Hackett lived near Haxtun Colorado.  That was the rorginal home  a hundred years ago of the family. And I was carried in a basket onto the plane also.


Aunt Helen, President Obama's great grand mother got in her car and we followed her to their home.  We then went into Holyoke, Colorado where behind one of those small grocery stores in many small towns in those years when there were no super markets or even gas station convenience stores was where Great Uncle Charley Hunt lived . He had been a cook for the railroad and married twice and had two separate families. few furnishings and a new wood stove, simple life. He had a railroad pension. My mother's Uncle, her dad's brother, Sherman Tecumseh Hunt who then lived in california. . he had a picture of his one daughter that lived in Texarkana on a stand. He said he had just got the new wood stove. His nephews had visited. he had at first  refused any help as he did not want to accept their 'blood money" These are the billionaire oil men, H.L. and Albert Jr Hunt founded Hunt Oil. They had wanted to build him a new home and help him in his last years, He refuesed but finally allowed them to buy him a new stove to cook on and use for heat. This was summer and few had A/c then except the more wealthy. a neighbor in Topeka had a window unit and used it sparingly. He explained why he wouldn't take their money. Apparently they had had some connection with the Vatican and helping Nazis get out of  Germany after WWII. The scheme was money and jewels were left in Eva peron's 'coffin' and then forged documents were picked up there He also told of other political intrigue  in that a sister of his and my grand dad had gone to the Sorbonen in paris to school ad married a man form Poland then died in Childbirth and her grand son , in 1948 had been decided he was to be Pope and in 1978, he did as Pope John Paul II. Few in my mother's family had returned to the Roman catholic church. its; said she entered a church again at one time and had an argument with the priest and left and never went back. She had started to be a Nun, then was expected to  marry Emperer Franz Joef Hapsburg and run the revived Holy Roman Empire. She ran off with some musicians and Square dancers and married one of that family, Russell Hunt and Eurupe never learned how to square dance. They were married in the Methodist church in Ft Anne, Ny  in 1963 and had either 9 or 11 children. But this is a history of  president' sfamily and not my mother's although its historical record lots of intermarriages with the Medici family.
Great Uncle Charley told about his children. first had two daughters. One , whom mother always called Bessie lived with her family for awhile as a teenager and real name was Marjorie Lorriane Hunt and first husband  was Dickey. She played softball and got divorced in an era when that was a scandal. She then married a Cheney and had two sons one of who was Richard who became Vice President of the USA The other duaghter married late and had become a teacher and lived in Texarkana and one of her children is Ross Perot, presidential candidate. Pictures were around. In Dick Cheney's recent book is a picture of Great Uncle Charley HUnt but the name is Dickey. Does he know he was a Hunt? Did his mother put down a former married name instead of maiden name on his birth record? now , one can see how official reocrds get so convoluted!  He was very sad about his second family. After his first wife died he emarried a native American woman in Ok and had two sons. . One mornng he got up smf she and boys were gone and he never heard for them again and could not locate them. he died a few years after our visit. In recent eyars, I was eading anarticle aout J B Hunt and items correllated, I did not know that a borther of my mother had contacted him a few eyars beofreand he was one of the miisng sons and  had worked for him and traveled with him some. on business. I never met him. nd acutally rtraveled with him on busibess.  My Uncle was shocked to learn that the Hunt Oil founders were his cousins. He was 35 years younger than my mother lived in Californis and here I was caught in the cross hairs of my family history where one member did not now about some other member and who everybody was. i had always known. he lived separated by time and distance. Mom was always shocked by scandal and H L had plenty of that in his personal life. i left great Uncle Charley's with all kinds of info. A picture of him is in Dick Cheney's book and I do not know if the woman is his first wife or not. its him with railroad car kitchen. his cooking was for the men building the railroad tracks and repairs. Dick Cheney has spken of him but calls him Dickey and not Hunt. Does he not know? I met Liz Cheney at a Church of the Brethren Annual Conference in 1994 , Richard's wife She asked me what My mother's name was after seeing Linda Adams on my name tag. We spoke briefly about my ministry work and she spoke one evening, She just grinend when I said Florence Hunt a she wanted to know that much, but didn;t say why and just grinned and was very friendly and I had not made the connrction to K\dick until after she was introduced that evening.to speak. was introduced for the speech. It is ironic that A secretary of Defense had a mother with Church of the Brethren Connections, but I understand they are Methodists. Have no idea why some families get split apart, In my mother's family it was often the Catholic faith as some did return to it or some scandals did occur. After returning home I ead about the covered wagon trip the Hunt brothers took and were in when they arrived at Great Uncle Charley;s home. they had tkaen rails , as in old days and visited fmaily along the way. he said they ahd asked about my mother and had not known she had moved to KS 9 years earlier. Their Dad Albert Sr Hunt had signed up for an OK land run and lied about his ageas too young at 16 then married a neighbor ctholic girl and had the two borthers. Then he runs off and my Mom said another family of his included actress Helen Hayes and rumor has it others. After he left and divorced took place they struck oil. Kind of a family inside  joke on the runaway husband. Some said he died in oregon, Bios of the Hunt Oilmen mention little about him. most tell about H L being mareid to two women at the same tie and their children. I have always been told there was no childres, but a misinterpretation as that;s how the extended famly handled women that might show up and claim to be a child or relative of his. So what words mena have to be carefully taken in context. I live where many no claim to be descendants of those two families of HL.Probably are as most have very blond hair and Blue eyes. My mother shared a lot of all this with me, but she did not speak of it in public or rarely with others. She knew gossip was a sin and  her sharing was not meant to be gosisp but instruction in human behavior. I do think she would have been an excellent Psychologist or psychiatrist if she had lived in an era when women had the opportunity. I have  report cards of hers and she was an A student as far as she went through part of high school. she was expected to drop out and help at home she had later learned that a doctor from Lincoln medical school had heard how she had taken care of  her whole family in 1919 Flu epidemic and wanted her to come and work and go to nurisng school there and her parent did not tell her. she was only 14. Mom did not think there was any ulterior motive other than recognition of her ability. My Mom was the odest of 16 children. Some of whom born after she left home. Times were so different for women not so long ago. Younger generations really have no concept before the era of civil rights. Tomorrow: Visit at the home of Pres Obama's paternal great grand parents. Linda Joy Adams 10/12/12



Sherman Hunt is in Furnas County in 1900, born July 1878 in Nebraska, with parents Russell and Julia.  Frederick was born August 1882, Addie Nov 1884, and Edith February 1887, all three in Nebraska.

Addie married John Helvie, and they're in Omaha in 1910, with Julia 5 and Arthur 3.

Edith in 1910 is in Omaha, married to William Helvie, 33, and has a daughter Ethel 1.  Julia Hunt, widowed, mother, is with them.

In 1920 Omaha, Edith is divorced, and she and Ethel are living with sister Ada and John Helvie.

In 1900 Furnas County Nebraska, Nora Greathouse born January 1888 in Nebraska, is with parents John and Susan.

In 1910 Rockland precinct, Sherman Hunt is 33, born in Nebraska, Elnora 23 Nebraska,  with Florence 5, Luray 4 - both born in Nebraska, Lord 2 and Paul six months, both born in Colorado.

Sherman proved up a quarter in 23, 7N 49W in 1913.

In 1920 Phillips County, Sherman and Lenora are farming, with Florence E. 16, Luray S. 14, Ray 12, Paul R. 10, Dora 8, Silvia 7, Sherman S. 5, Velma 3, Gladys H. 2, and Zela C. three months.

In 1930 Phillips County, Sherman is a carpenter, 52, Lenora P. 42, with Luray  F. 24 widowed, Sylvester S. 15, Velma L. 14, Gladys H. 12, Zella C. 10, Goldie 9, Helen D. 7, Laura M. and Leora B. both 3, and Melvin five months.

Sherman and Lenora are in Kern County California in 1940, with Sylvester 25, Lora and Lara 13, and Melvin 10.  Sherman and Sylvester are farm laborers.

Elnora Phebe Hunt, born Jan 5, 1887 in Nebraska, died August 17, 1980 in Tulare County, mother's name Privet, father's Groathouse.

Sylvester, born Aug 1, 1914, died Oct 10, 1975 in Tulare County.


George Edward Hunt, born March 28, 1892 in Colorado, died Nov 23, 1955 in Los Angeles - mother's maiden name Hoyt.

Charles H. Hunt is in Furnas County in 1900, born August 1868 in New York, married to Maggie, 28.  They have Eddie 7, Evert 6, Willie 4, and Maggie 2.

Still in Furnas County in 1910, they have George E. 18, Everett 16, William B. 14, Maggie A. 12, Alvin H. 9, Bessie H. 5, and Fred S. 2.

Charley H. is widowed in 1920 Furnas County, 52, with Alvin H. 19, Bessie H. 15, Fredrick 11, and Emery 8.

Charles H. is widowed in 1930 Hitchcock County, with Fred S. 22, Emory A. 18.

 (Charles H. Hunt 1868-1960 is buried in Beaver City, Nebraska # 61676011.)

Charles and Maggie's daughter is buried in Sterling # 40071891

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