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Corrections to Himebaugh

Title

Corrections to Himebaugh

Subject

Rose Hill School Butler County Kansas

Rose Hill Post office Butler County Kansas

Description

Corrections made by Lois Mitchell on Rose Hill Kansas history.

Creator

Lois Mitchell Rose Hill, Kansas

Source

Rose Hill Public Library Rose Hill, Kansas

Publisher

Rose Hill Public Library Rose Hill, Kansas

Date

1873-11-19

Contributor

Lois Mitchell Rose Hill, Kansas

Format

application/pdf

Language

English

Type

Scrapbooks



Citation
Lois Mitchell Rose Hill, Kansas, “Corrections to Himebaugh,” Digital Rose Hill, accessed July 28, 2021, https://rosehill.digitalsckls.info/item/29.
Text

SOME OF THE CORRECTIONS TO HIMEBAUGH'S STORY
1. Rose Hill School, Diet #110 was organized Nov 19, 1873 , page 202
School Records, County Clerk Office, Eldordao,
Butler Co. Ks
2. Rose Hill School and four or more districts consolidated
April 25, 1908, still remained district #110 page 202
School records, County Clerk Office, Eldorado, Butler Co. Ks.
3. Rail Road through Rose Hill, from Augusta to Mulvane, was built by Chicago, Kansas & Western Railroad Co. It was sold to Santa Fe. Deed was recorded April 10, 1901. Amount $90,300. page 203
Mitchell Abstract, Kansas Historical Society County Register of Deeds Office, ElDorado, Ks
4. Rose Hill did not form a new school. After an argument, the
district was split in the middle geographicaly & Rose Hill built a new building at the new town sight and the old build-was sold to the new district Excelsor #169. page 203
School records, County Clerk Office, ElDorado, Ks
5. Rose Hill has never had a City Hall, still don't. School was
held in the I.0.0.F Lodge Hall. page 203
Douglass Tribune, Dounglass, Ks.
6. Rose Hill Consolidated School has 146 students when the open
in 1908 page 203
School Records, County Clerk Office, ElDorado, KS
7. Mr. Meeker was never appointed Postmaster. Mr Keister was
appointed. He was the manager of the Meeker Store. page 208
National Archives,Douglass Tribune
8. Richland Centre Postoffice was established March 10, 1778 &
Was Discontinued Oct. 5, 1881
Providence Postoffice was established July 7, 1881 & discontinued Oct 5, 1896 page 208
National Archives, Washington D.C.
9. Lloyd Dunnell was the first postmaster at Providence. page 208
National Archives, Washington D.C.
10. Levi Williams applied for a postoffice March 26, 1874 & it
was established June 23, 1894, SS^-Sec 5 Twp 29 R3East page 207 National Archives.
This same information from Mr. Mooney b

Original Format

SOME OF THE CORRECTIONS TO HIMEBAUGH'S STORY
1. Rose Hill School, Diet #110 was organized Nov 19, 1873 , page 202
School Records, County Clerk Office, Eldordao,
Butler Co. Ks
2. Rose Hill School and four or more districts consolidated
April 25, 1908, still remained district #110 page 202
School records, County Clerk Office, Eldorado, Butler Co. Ks.
3. Rail Road through Rose Hill, from Augusta to Mulvane, was built by Chicago, Kansas & Western Railroad Co. It was sold to Santa Fe. Deed was recorded April 10, 1901. Amount $90,300. page 203
Mitchell Abstract, Kansas Historical Society County Register of Deeds Office, ElDorado, Ks
4. Rose Hill did not form a new school. After an argument, the
district was split in the middle geographicaly & Rose Hill built a new building at the new town sight and the old build- was sold to the new district Excelsor #169. page 203
School records, County Clerk Office, ElDorado, Ks
5. Rose Hill has never had a City Hall, still don't. School was
held in the I.0.0.F Lodge Hall. page 203
Douglass Tribune, Dounglass, Ks.
6. Rose Hill Consolidated School has 146 students when the open
in 1908 page 203
School Records, County Clerk Office, ElDorado, KS
7. Mr. Meeker was never appointed Postmaster. Mr Keister was
appointed. He was the manager of the Meeker Store. page 208
National Archives,Douglass Tribune
8. Richland Centre Postoffice was established March 10, 1778 &
Was Discontinued Oct. 5, 1881
Providence Postoffice was established July 7, 1881 & discontinued Oct 5, 1896 page 208
National Archives, Washington D.C.
9. Lloyd Dunnell was the first postmaster at Providence. page 208
National Archives, Washington D.C.
10. Levi Williams applied for a postoffice March 26, 1874 & it
was established June 23, 1894, SS^-Sec 5 Twp 29 R3East page 207 National Archives.
This same information from Mr. Mooney book has been re-printed by Rolla Clymer in his book "Butler County's Eighty Years'and Myra Hull's book about her years on Eight Mile