Jackson County, Kansas History and Genealogy
Jackson County, Kansas history and genealogy including numerous family biographies plus ten different maps featuring 34 Jackson County, Kansas settlements
An informative and historical overview of Jackson County, Kansas including three separate sections on one CD which include 10 historical maps (1851, 1862, 1883, 1886, 1899, 1902, 1905 (2), 1907, and 1911) showing the locations of 34 settlements; plus the full 1890 Portrait and Biographical Album of Jackson, Jefferson and Pottawatomie Counties, Kansas with 508 biographies; plus the 1883 History of Jackson County, Kansas with 92 biographies from "The History of the State of Kansas" book by William G. Cutler (published in 1883 by A.T. Andreas). An important resource for the study and research of Jackson County, Kansas history (including Civil War history) and genealogy.
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This fascinating and detailed CD contains ALL of the following material in three separate sections, ALL on one CD:
Section One of three,
all on one CD: Maps of Jackson County, Kansas
A. A rare 1851 map that shows the area of Jackson County, Kansas, ten years before the State of Kansas was formed. The area that would become Kansas is shown as then divided among the various Indian tribes. All spellings of Kansas on this map are as Kanzas.
B. A map of 1862 (during the Civil War) of Calhoun County which would later become Jackson County, Kansas showing the locations of four settlements: Holton * Indianola * Kansapolis * Wyoming *
C. A map of 1883 Jackson County, Kansas showing the locations of 17 different settlements including the following: Adrian * Avoca * Banner * Carbon * Circleville * Cope * Elk Station * Holton * Hoyt * James Crossing * Netawaka * North Cedar * Ontario * Soldier City * South Cedar * Sullivan * Whiting *
D. A map of 1886 Jackson County, Kansas showing the locations of 16 different settlements including the following: Avoca * Banner * Bucks Gr. * Carbon * Circleville * Elk * Holton * Hoyt * Netawaka * North Cedar * North Eureka * Ontario * Smithland * South Cedar * Whiting * Wobern *
E. A map of 1899 Jackson County, Kansas showing the locations of 16 different settlements including the following: Adrian * Avoca * Birmingham * Circleville * Denison * Holton * Hoyt * James Crossing * Larkin * Mayetta * Nadeau * Netawaka * Ontario * Soldier * Straight Creek * Whiting *
F. A map of 1902 Jackson County, Kansas showing the locations of 14 different settlements including the following: Adrian * Avoca * Circleville * Denison * Holton * Hoyt * Larkin * Mayetta * Nadeau * Netawaka * Ontario * Soldier * South Cedar * Whiting * (This map also shows the location of the Pottawatomie and Great Nemaha Indian Reservation)
G. A map of 1905 (by Cram) Jackson County, Kansas showing the locations of 19 different settlements including the following: Adrian * Avoca * Bevard * Birmingham * Carl * Circleville * Dennison * Drake * Holton * Hoyt * Larkin * Mayetta * Nadeau * Netawaka * Ontario * Soldier * South Cedar * Straight Creek * Whiting *
H. A map of 1905 (by Peerless) Jackson County, Kansas showing the locations of 19 different settlements including the following: Adrian * Avoca * Bevard * Birmingham * Carl * Circleville * Denison * Drake * Holton * Hoyt * Larkin * Mayetta * Nadeau * Netawaka * Ontario * Soldier * South Cedar * Straight Creek * Whiting * (This map also shows the location of the Pottawatomie Indian Reservation)
I. A map of 1907 Jackson County, Kansas showing the locations of 19 different settlements including the following: Adrian * Avoca * Bevard * Birmingham * Carl * Circleville * Delia * Denison * Drake * Holton * Larkin * Mayetta * Nadeau * Netawaka * Ontario * Soldier * South Cedar * Straight Creek * Whiting *
J. A map of 1911 Jackson County, Kansas showing the locations of 15 different settlements including the following: Adrian * Birmingham * Circleville * Delia * Denison * Holton * Hoyt * Larkinburg * Mayetta * Nadeau * Netawaka * Ontario * Soldier * Straight Creek * Whiting *
Section Two of three, all on one CD: The 1883 History of
Jackson County, Kansas from The History of The State of Kansas by
William G. Cutler and published by A. T. Andreas
Here is just some of the information included:
Straight Creek Township
Straight Creek Township
Included is a total of 92 Jackson County, Kansas family biographies including each of the following family surnames: (many other family surnames are also mentioned throughout the book text and within these family biographies) (an additional 508 family biographies are included in the additional book described below on this page): Amon * Anderson * Bainbridge * Bair * Baker * Barnett * Baxter * Booth * Bradley * Bradshaw * Brown * Bryant * Buckingham * Burns * Carter * Coleman * Cook * Cordon * Cruzan * Curtis * Dailey * Day * Deardorff * Douglas * Dutt * Evans * Fippin * Fuller * Funchess * Gates * Gillies * Gordon * Graves * Guthrie * Hammon * Hart * Hartman * Hayes * Humphrey * Jacobs * Johnston * Jones * Karns * Keir * Kenyon * Lamar * Lewis * Little * Logan * Lueck * McCrory * Miller * Myers * Neal * Newman * Nuzman * Oursler * Paddock * Pettijohn * Phillipi * Pomeroy * Poston * Powers * Rawlins * Rice * Richmond * Rider * Roberts * Seal * Smith * Sprague * Stanley * Stephenson * Steward * Swartz * Sweaney * Travis * Watkins * West * Wharton * White * Williams * Woodburn * Woods * Worley * Wright * Yeager *
Section Three of
three, all on one CD: The 1890 Portrait and Biographical Album of Jackson,
Jefferson and Pottawatomie Counties, Kansas
This volume includes is a total of 508 family biographies in Jackson, Jefferson, and Pottawatomie County, Kansas including each of the following family surnames: (several thousand other family surnames are also mentioned throughout the book text and within these family biographies) (an additional 92 family biographies are included in the additional book described above on this page): Abel * Adams * Aitken * Albert * Allen * Anderson * Arganbright * Armstead * Arnold * Aronson * Ault * Ayers * Badgley * Baker * Balsley * Banks * Barry * Basye * Bayne * Beck * Beeler * Belden * Bender * Bentley * Benton * Berg * Betts * Bickhart * Bishop * Blaney * Blaylock * Blossom * Boettcher * Boh * Bolman * Bouton * Bower * Bradshaw * Brady * Brassbridge * Breneman * Brewer * Brill * Broderick * Bronson * Brous * Brown * Bruton * Bumam * Bumgardner * Butler * Butts * Campbell * Carhartt * Carpenter * Carter * Cawood * Chabin * Chadwick * Chase * Chevis * Chitwood * Chrisman * Chubb * Clawer * Clowe * Cochran * Cockrell * Combs * Cook * Cooney * Coppinger * Cowan * Cowell * Cox * Crosby * Crowl * Crumbaker * Curry * Dachenhausen * Dailey * David * Davis * Dawson * Deardorff * Dearin * Degraw * Dick * Dickson * Dinnen * Dixon * Dodson * Doolittle * Downey * Doyle * Dunn * Early * Eddy * Ellerman * Elliott * Elmore * Engle * Estep * Eubanks * Evans * Eytchison * Falin * Faline * Farrow * Faulk * Fenn * Fiegener * Fisher * Flagg * Foley * Force * Forrester * Forsyth * Fortune * Fowler * Frazell * Frederksen * Frey * Frowe * Funchess * Gard * Gardiner * Gay * Gibbons * Gillman * Ginter * Gish * Good * Goodman * Gragg * Graham * Gray * Green * Greene * Gregory * Grinter * Grover * Gurtler * Hadley * Hafer * Hagaman * Haines * Harding * Harman * Harmon * Harms * Harris * Harrison * Hart * Hartwell * Hartwich * Hartwick * Haub * Havermale * Hayes * Haynes * Hazen * Heathman * Hedge * Hemphill * Hill * Hiser * Hixon * Hoaglin * Hoenshel * Hoferer * Hoffman * Holm * Homewood * Hoover * Hosler * Hudson * Hurd * Hutchins * Hyman * Ingraham * Ingram * Jackson * James * Jenner * Jensen * Johnson * Jones * Karns * Karr * Kavanagh * Keeney * Keller * Kelly * Kendall * Kerr * Kester * Kirby * Kitts * Klein * Knapp * Knight * Knoll * Knouse * Knudson * Koentz * Kolterman * Krier * Krouse * Kunkel * Lackey * Lafontain * Latta * Lauer * Lawless * Lee * Leonard * Lewis * Licklyter * Little * Locke * Logan * Longenecker * Lutz * Mackay * Mark * Marks * Marshall * Martell * Martin * Maxell * Maxson * Maxwell * May * McBride * McCartney * McClure * McCoin * McComas * McCoy * McHenry * McKeever * McKelvy * McKowen * McMahon * McPherson * Mendenhall * Merritt * Meskimen * Meyer * Milam * Millard * Miller * Milligan * Mills * Mitchell * Mohler * Moll * Monroe * Moore * Morelli * Morgan * Morin * Morris * Morrow * Myers * Neckelman * Nelson * Newman * Nichols * Niehaus * Northrup * Nuzman * O'Conner * O'Connor * Orendorf * O'Shea * Parmenter * Parrott * Patrick * Paulsen * Pearsall * Peck * Pendroy * Perkins * Pierce * Pigg * Pitcher * Ploughe * Pomeroy * Pope * Porter * Powers * Price * Priest * Pruett * Prunty * Rabenstorf * Randall * Ream * Reckards * Reed * Richards* Richardson * Riederer * Roach * Roberts * Robinson * Robson * Rogers * Rosdahl * Rose * Ross * Rowles * Rudy * Russell * Ryberg * Salzer * Sarber * Sargent * Schirmer * Scholes * Schwartz * Scott * Selby * Sharp * Shaw * Shedd * Shehi * Sherman * Shiner * Shirley * Shove * Siddens * Sigrist * Simkins * Simpson * Smith * Smyth * Snooks * Snyder * Spangler * Stanley * Stark * Statler * Stephenson * Stevens * Stewart * Stine * Stover * Strawn * Stream * Sumner * Supple * Swanson * Teehan * Teeter * Terrel * Teske * Thomas * Thompson * Thornburrow * Tidler * Tingley * Tolin * Turner * Urbansky * Urquhart * Utz * Van Brunt * Van Druff * Van Gaasbeek * Vanatta * Voge * Walbridge * Walker * Walsh * Ward * Watkins * Weatherford * Weddle * Weeks * Weible * Welch * Welen * Weller * Wells * Welsh * Wheat * Wheeler * Whims * White * Wible * Wilbers * Wilhoit * Willard * Williams * Willits * Wilson * Witts * Wolverton * Woods * Wunder * Young *
Jackson County is located in east central Kansas and is bordered by: Shawnee County, Kansas * Pottawatomie County, Kansas * Brown County, Kansas * Nemaha County, Kansas * Atchison County, Kansas * and Jefferson County, Kansas * (click on highlighted county names for a complete description)
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