Person Sheet

Name Marinda Kesterson
Birth 15 Oct 1859, Malvern, Mills Co., Iowa
Death 31 Jan 1931, Wilberton, KS
Burial Prairie View Cem., Wilberton, KS
Father Charles Kesterson (1819-1899)
Mother Elizabeth Sade Brooks (1830-1915)
1 Iddo Oradge Beery
Birth 27 Aug 1861, Franklin Co., KS
Death 27 Apr 1947, McCune, Crawford Co., KS
Burial 30 Apr 1947, McCune Cem., McCune, KS
Occupation Railroad, Farmer
Military None
Father Reuben Beery (1832-1863)
Mother Sophia Etta Swartz (1835-1927)
Marriage 23 Sep 1883, Republic City, Republic Co., KS
Children Charles Reuben (1884-1973)
Dennis (1885-1976)
George Edward (1887-1937)
Sherman (1890-1973)
Iddo Oradge "Ed" (1893-1959)
Noah (1895-1968)
Tarcy E. (1898-1938)
Goldie Hazel (1900-1951)
Clarence Orville "Mike" (1902-1991)
2 Richard Ainley
Birth 1846, West Canada
Marriage 15 Feb 1876, Malvern, Mills Co., IA
Children George F. (ca1877-)
Mary Ann (1878-1973)
Bertha Bird (1882-1958)
Census Notes for Marinda Kesterson
1880: Washington Twp., Republic Co., KS
1900: Lynn Twp., Cedar Co., MO
1910: Cimarron Twp., Morton Co., KS
Census Notes for Iddo Oradge (Spouse 1)
1865 KS State Census: Centropolis, Franklin Co., KS
1870: Basil, Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH (living with Henry C. Swartz, uncle. Listed as Edda O. Beery)
1900: Lynn Twp., Cedar Co., MO
1910: Cimarron Twp., Morton Co., KS
1930: Cimarron Twp., Morton Co., KS (listed as Irdo O. Beery)
Misc. Notes
Has no stone in the McCune Cemetery but is buried next to his son George Edward Beery who has a military stone in the old part of the cemetery.
I.O, Beery, 85 years old, a resident of the community between McCune and St. Paul since 1891, and the first white child born in Franklin county, Kansas, died unexpectedly at the home of his son, Chas. three and a half miles northwest of McCune Sunday morning at 7:15 o'clock. He was in his usual health, had eaten his breakfast, and went out into the yard where he fell dead. Funeral services were held in the McCune Christian Church, Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Guy Eslick, pastor of the church, and in charge of the Shigley funeral home. Burial took place in the McCune cemetery. The singers were Mrs. Harry Tridle and Mrs. Chester Baker, with Miss Freida Wilson as accompanist, and pall bearers were friends and neighbors as follows: John Mullen, Clyde McGown, L. S. Yockey, J. W. Foust, J. C. Johnson and John Bergman. Mr. Beery was born August 27, 1861 in the settlement which is now Ottawa. Thirty years later, or in 1891 he came to the vicinity of St. Paul, and continued to reside in the community between St. Paul and McCune. Later years he had lived with his children, and for several months had been with his son, Chas. He engaged in farming all his life. He was married to Marinda Ainley at Republic City, Kansas in 1880. She died January 31, 1931. Survivors include six sons, Chas. at whose home he died, Ed, Noah and Dennis of rural St. Paul, Sherman of Hutchinson and Clarence of LaPorte Indiana; three daughters, Mrs. Goldie Riley of Keyes, Okla., Mrs. Bertha Bough, Stockton, Mo. and Mrs. Mary Patrick of Mulberry. There are also forty grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren.
Census Notes for Richard (Spouse 2)
1880: Washington Twp., Republic Co., KS
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