Biography of Frank H. Roberts

Frank H. Roberts is proprietor and editor of the Oskaloosa Independent. The Independent enjoys distinction among Kansas newspapers. It was established in 1860 by his father, the late John W. Roberts. It had been published continuously and successfully during all the intervening years by father and son. No other newspaper in Kansas had been published



Biography of James B. Roberts

James B. Roberts, now living retired at Denton, was a pioneer in that section of Doniphan County, and his life, which had been prolonged to four score, had been one of well directed and houorable effort throughout. He is a veteran of the great was between the states, and Mrs. Roberts is couspicuous among Kansas women for



Biography of James B. Roberts, M. D.

James B. Roberts, M. D. A physician and surgeon of broad and successful experience, Dr. James B. Roberts had practiced for many years in Kansas, and had long been the leader in professional circles at Goff in Nemaha County. Doctor Roberts was born in Newton County, Indiana, February 18, 1857. His Roberts’ ancestors came originally



Biographical Sketch of Clarence J. Roberts

Roberts, Clarence J.; district mgr. Toledo Scale Co.; born, Monroe, Mich., April 25, 1863; high school education; married, Cleveland, Sept. 13, 1887, Nativa Brillon; nine children; district mgr. Toledo Scale Co., nine years; member Knight of Columbus, Chamber of Commerce, Chamber of Industry, Rotarian Club, B. P. O. E., and C. M. B. A.



Biography of John W. Roberts

John W. Roberts, educator, superintendent of the city schools at Sedan, had attained prominence in educational circles in Southeastern Kansas, and though a native of the City of Topeka he represents one of the oldest and most noted families of Oskaloosa. Both his grandfather and father were men of distinction in the newspaper profession and



Biography of Joseph E. Roberts

Joseph E. Roberts, conducting a furniture and undertaking business at Nowata, is one of the wide-awake and alert young men of the city, whose success is the result of thoroughness and enterprise. He was born October 23, 1892, about twelve miles east of the city in which he still makes his home. His father, Edward



Roberts, John – Obituary

John Roberts, aged 25, died in La Grande Wednesday night, after a two week illness. The deceased leaves a wife and father and mother. The funeral will be held at Joseph. North Powder News Saturday August 2, 1919



Roberts, William – Obituary

Funeral Services Held This Afternoon Over The Late Wm. Roberts William Roberts, 50 years of age, who passed on August 11 at the close of an extended illness, was laid to rest this afternoon from the Bohnenkamp Chapel, the interment taking place in the Masonic cemetery. The body found its final resting place at 3:30



Roberts, America Mrs. – Obituary

La Grande, Union County, Oregon La Grande Lady Called By Death Early In Morning Mrs. A (America) Roberts passed on early this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A Parker, 2006 O Avenue. A host of friends, with her relatives, mourn her demise today. The deceased was for eleven years a resident of



Roberts, Edith Laurel Shanks – Obituary

La Grande, Oregon Edith Laurel Shanks Roberts, 77, of La Grande died Sept. 19. At her request, there will be no funeral. Loveland Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Roberts was born June 11, 1929, in La Grande. She worked for the Oregon State Police in La Grande for many years before transferring



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