ANSCHUTZ Fred C., b. 1884, d. 1953. BANISTER Mehettable, b. 22 Dec. 1807, d. 1863, ae. 56 yrs. Wife of Philander Banister. Philander, b. 15 Nov. 1809, d. 18 Sept. 1874. BETTLE George, b. 1850, d. 1912 Harriet E., dau. of S. and J. A. Bettle, d. 28 Feb. 1865, ae. 31 yrs., 19 days.
JOHN W. MURPHY. To the active, enterprising and intelligent citizen, esteemed pioneer, and stanch representative of our free institutions, whose name initiates this paragraph, we accord a space in these abiding chronicles of Union county, with pleasure, because he has been a prominent figure in the development of the county’s interests and the advancement of
Abram A. Raub, M. D. One of the oldest and best known physicians and citizens of Kansas is Dr. Abram A. Raub of Topeka, who came to this state in 1879. Doctor Raub is a veteran of the Civil war. During part of his service he was assistant surgeon in the army, and has been
Daniel A. Van Sickle, proprietor of the Charleston Hotel, Charleston; was born in Trenton, Butler Co., Ohio, Oct. 20, 1833, being the oldest son of J. C. and Belinda (Craig) Van Sickle; his father was born in Trenton, Ohio, May 31, 1811, and his mother at Ball’s Ferry, on the Miami River, in Butler Co.,