Location: New London Indiana

Biography of Nathan L. Hollowell

Nathan L. Hollowell is grand keeper of records and seals for the Knights of Pythias of the State of Kansas. He had his offices in the Husted Building at Kansas City, Kansas, and had been a resident of that city for several years. The office is an elective one and for an annual term. Mr. Hollowell became grand keeper May 15, 1910, and had been re-elected every year since then. He had long been prominent in the Knights of Pythias order and became active in the fraternity while living in Indiana. In that state he was a member of the Grand Lodge and came to know some of the foremost members of the order in Indiana. On coming to Kansas he was admitted to the Grand Lodge, and in 1887 was elected to the office of grand master at arms, and in 1888 advanced to grand prelate. In 1889 he became grand vice chancellor and in 1890 grand chancellor. In 1898 he was chosen supreme representative of the Supreme Lodge, and that dignity he enjoyed until 1906. Mr. Hollowell is an old timer of Kansas, and for many years was closely identified with the business and political life of Kingman County. He was born in the small town of New London, Indiana, September 4, 1853, but during infancy his parents removed to Kokomo, Indiana. His people were all Quakers....

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Stuart, Phoebe A. Wooten – Obituary

Mrs. Phoebe Stuart of two miles southwest of Glen Elder died at her home at 9 o’clock Tuesday forenoon, January 11, 1927. Her death followed a serious illness of about 10 days, and a lingering illness of several years. During most of the time for the past few years, Mrs. Stuart had been an invalid, but the care and loving attentions shown her by her son, Arthur, and daughter, Miss Mary, are worthy of much praise. They did everything within their power to make the last years of their mother’s life enjoyable ones. Mrs. Stuart’s maiden name was Phoebe Wooten and she was born in New London, Indiana, September 8, 1856, making her aged at the time of her death 70 years, 4 months and 4 days. She moved to Mitchell County with her parents in the early 70’s and they homesteaded on a farm northeast of Glen Elder. She was married at Glen Elder and she and her husband lived for a short time north of Glen Elder, and then moved onto the farm southwest of Glen Elder where Mrs. Stuart lived until the time of her death yesterday. She was a member of the Friends Church at Glenview and it was in this church that the funeral services were conducted this afternoon. Burial was made in the adjoining cemetery. Mrs. Phoebe Stuart’s husband died a number of...

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