Newspaper Articles

related to

the Stephen Picton family

Newspaper notices located at the Hiawatha Library, Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas

------------------ Birth Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Dec. 25,1908 Son to Owen Picton

------------------ Birth Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Aug. 9,1901 Daughter to J. Picton

------------------ Birth Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Vol. 1; No. 40 Hiawatha, Kansas Mar. 26,1880 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hatch. March 18.1880. a stonecutter

------------------ Birth Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World 32th year; No. 28 Hiawatha, Kansas July 12,1895 Girl to W.D. Hatch. July 11th

------------------ Birth Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Vol. XXVII; No. 44 Hiawatha, Kansas Oct.31, 1890 Daughter to William Hatch

------------------ Wedding Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Feb. 17,1922 Miss Edna Picton to Ray Appleoff married Feb. 15th

------------------ Wedding Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Jan. 14,1936 Frances Picton to Donald Martin married Jan. 11th by Rev. Martin

------------------ Wedding Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Dec. 30,1921 Lona Picton to Leo Frye married Dec. 25th. 1921 in Okl. City

------------------ Wedding Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Dec. 1,1933 Lyla Picton of Hiawatha to James Starrett of Chicago on Nov. 25th in Chicago

------------------ Wedding Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Aug. 31,1928 Claribel Ruth Picton to Paul M. Bruning; married Aug. 22th by Rev. O.E. Brown

------------------ Wedding Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas June 15, 1923 Marjorie Alice Picton to John Wesley Reese. June 6th at the Mt. Zion community

------------------ Wedding Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Vol. XXVII. No. 30 Hiawatha, Kansas July 25,1890 Annie Picton to John Bowen on Saturday

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: World Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas Apr. 14,1899 William Joslin born at Drvonshire, England on Aug. 14, 1844; leaves wife, 4 sons, 1 girl

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Hiawatha Daily World Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas May 1, 1917 Joseph Brooks died Apr. 30th of pneumonia - burial Hiawatha Cemetery

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Dec. 9,1918 E.W. Joslin of Hugoton died Nov. 27 of pneumonia

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Aug. 21,1903 Death Notice Mrs. E.W. Joslin died Aug. 15, 1905 at Huston, Kansas

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Aug. 17,1923 Death Notice William D. Hatch formally of Hiawatha, died at Fairbanks, Alaska of pneumonia

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Nov. 29,1901 Death Notice Mrs. James Picton of Du Bois, Nebraska. buried at Hiawatha

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Aug. 29,1913 Wilbur Picton of Ft. Worth, Texas died of pneumonia at Omaha, Nebraska at age 21; burial in Hiawatha. His father and brother came from Texas for the funeral.

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World 34th year; No. 13 Hiawatha, Kansas Mar. 26,1897 Child of John Bowen age 2 months buried at Hiawatha Cemetery

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Jan. 24,1930 Donald Ray Bowen son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bowen birth Jan. 17

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Feb. 13,1925 Margaret Picton John died at her home near Hiawatha, Feb. 5th age 62

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Brown County World Hiawatha, Kansas Apr. 7,1933 Mrs. John Picton; age 60, died on Sunday, resident of Brown County all her life; buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Hiawatha

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Hiawatha Daily World Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas Feb. 13,1939 Mrs. John Bowen died Feb. 13, 1939; burial at Hiawatha Cemetery.

------------------ Death Notice Newspaper Index contained: Hiawatha Daily World Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas Apr.12,1940 John Picton died Apr. 12, 1940; was of Hamlin, Kansas

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The following articles were taken from old newspaper keeped in the Hiawatha Library.

Elizabeth (picton) Joslin marriage: The "Hiawatha Dispatch" dated April 3, 1873 stated "Elizabeth Picton and William W. Joslin were married March 30, 1873 at the residence of Senator Morrill.

Mary (Picton) Hatch marriage: The "Hiawatha Dispatch" dated January 31, 1878 stated "W. D. Hatch and Mary Picton were united into one by Rev. Farmer last night".

Phebe (Picton) Brooks marriage: The "Hiawatha Dispatch" dated February 5, 1880 stated "February 2, 1880 at Adam Schilling residence, Hiawatha. Phebe Picton and Joseph Brooks were married".

Margaret (Picton) John marriage: The "Hiawatha World" dated June 7, 1883 stated "Marriage licenses issued by Judge Dickason, May 19, 1883 to Stephen John and Margaret Picton".

Eliza Picton death: The "Hiawatha World" dated May 25, 1908 said something to the effect: that Eliza Picton was sick for a long time and the last 2 years she had been perfectly helpless. She was cared for by her daughter. Miss Francis Picton. It went on to say the funeral service was at the Bethel Baptist Church.

Stephen Picton's son David Picton accidently killed: The newspaper "Hiawatha Dispatch" dated August 12, 1880 had an article titled "Shot Gun Accident in Welsh Community" which stated: "One of Mr. Picton's sons taking a shot-gun out as was his habit when going about the farm, and a little brother about 8 years old was following him. Either while taking the gun from its place in the barn, or while climbing through a fence (it has been reported either way) the hammer caught upon something, the gun discharged, and the little six year old boy was pierced through the breast with the lead, killing him instantly".

BIDDLE-PICTON Wedding in a newspaper article: A very pleasant wedding took place at the home of Mr. Mrs. Henry Biddle on Tuesday, March 18, 1902. At high noon the wedding party stepped into the parlor where the ceremony which united Miss Mattie Biddle and Owen Picton was pronounced by Rev. J.B. Vernon. Miss Mary Biddle was bride's maid and Mr. C. F. Gilmore best man. After congratulations were over the company was invited to the dining room where a splended dinner was waiting. The presents received were both beautiful and useful. The bride was beautifully dressed in White.


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