Jouke Feddes HAAGSMA
Adam HAAS was born on 19 Sep 1839 in Germany. 1841 Came to USA, as a child with parents, Ripley City, Ind. He emigrated in 1841 to Came to ripley City, Ind. USA with parents as child. He was a Moved to Cincinati, OH worked as carpenter in 1859. He resided at in Kansas in 1886. He died on 2 Sep 1914 in Ellinwood, Barton, KS. He was buried in Lyon, Rice, Kansas. He served in the military in civil War Service, 42nd Regiment, Indiana.
He was married to Wilhemina A. WILSMAN on 19 May 1864 in Spencer City, Indiana. Children were: George HAAS, John HAAS , Dr. Alfred Reuben HAAS M.D., Edwin HAAS M.D., Charles HAAS, Jesse HAAS, Gilbert HAAS.
Dr. Alfred Reuben HAAS M.D. was born on 26 Sep 1870 in Santa Claus, Spencer Co., Indiana. within two and a half miles of Abraham Lincoln's boyhood home in Spencer County, Indiana. He resided at Moved to Rice County, KS in 1884. He graduated on 17 May 1898 from Graduated from German City Business School, Quicny, Ill.. He graduated on 27 Mar 1901 from Graduated from Univ. Medical College, Kansas City, Mo.. Post graduate work in Boston, New York, Chicago, Rochester, Galveston, Kansas City and New Orleans He was a Surgeon for Santa Fe RR in 1903. He died on 19 Aug 1931 in Great Bend, Barton Co., Kansas. He attended College at Iowa Wesleyan College. He was a Vice President of Citizens State Bank. He . Transcribed from A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, written and compiled by William E. Connelley, Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka. [Revised ed.] Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1919, c1918. 5 v. (xlviii, 2530 p.,  leaves of plates): ill., maps (some fold.), ports.; 27 cm.
Alfred R. Haas
ALFRED R. HAAS, M. D. The medical profession of Barton County has one of its best equipped members in Dr. Alfred R. Haas of Ellinwood. To a thorough education and technical equipment Doctor Haas has added long years of successful professional experience, and through it all has maintained the alert and studious mind which is almost a prerequisite for continued advancement in this learned calling.
Doctor Haas came to Barton County when he was thirteen years old and represents a pioneer family. His father, the late Adam Haas, who was born in Germany in September, 1839, came to the United States with his parents in 1841. They first lived in Cincinnati and afterwards in Southern Indiana. Adam Haas learned his trade as a carpenter in Spencer County, Indiana, and was a journeyman worker in Cincinnati before the war. He was heart and soul for the Union, and in 1861 responded to the call for three months' men, joining the Forty-second Indiana Infantry under Colonel Denby. He participated in some of the early Virginia campaigns, and after the first three months re-enlisted for three years or during the war. He was in the first battle of Bull Run and served altogether thirty-three months. When he was mustered out on account of disability he held the rank of second lieutenant. In later years he became identified with the Grand Army of the Republic, and was a member of Joe Hooker Post at Hutchinson, where he was living at the time of his death.
On coming to Kansas in June, 1884, Adam Haas bought a farm northeast of Ellinwood, and was one of the quiet, hard-working factors in the rural community of Pioneer Township the rest of his active years. He improved his farm with most substantial home and other buildings, and though his ambition never extended to large holdings of land, he was in every sense a model citizen. In politics he was a stanch republican and filled several local offices of trust. He was a township trustee and during nearly all the years of his residence in Pioneer Township was a member of the school board. He was a man of ideas and expressed them fluently, and for many years was an active member of the Methodist Church. He married Minnie Wilsman, whose father came from Germany and settled in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, where she was born in May, 1846. Mrs. Adam Haas is still living at Ellinwood. Her children were: George, of Lyons, Kansas; John, who died in infancy; Dr. Alfred R.; Edwin, a physician at Claflin, Kansas; Charles, a farmer in Pioneer Township of Barton County; Jesse, who died in childhood, and Gilbert, who died in 1915, at the age of twenty-eight.
Doctor Haas was born September 26, 1870, his birthplace being within two and a half miles of Abraham Lincoln's boyhood home in Spencer County, Indiana. Many times he visited the historic spot where the martyred President lived and he became well saturated with anecdotes and the larger history of Lincoln. The place was called Lincoln City, but since the Haas family moved away its quietude has been disturbed by the building of a railroad. Doctor Haas attended primary schools in Spencer County and later attended school in Iowa. In his earlier experience is a record of a number of years spent on the farm. He had an ambition for a higher eduaction[sic] and secured it in the Iowa Wesleyan College at Mount Pleasant. He was there three years, paying his own way. As his funds became exhausted he replenished them by farming. Later he graduated from the Gem City Business College at Quincy, Illinois, and and soon afterwards took up the study of medicine. Entering the University Medical College at Kansas City, Doctor Haas graduated in 1901, and then returned to Ellinwood to begin a practice which has continued with unvarying success for eighteen years. Since 1903 he has been local surgeon of the Santa Fe Railway Company. Doctor Haas has taken three post-graduate courses, two in Chicago in 1904 and 1905, and one in New York in 1906. He is a member of the County and State Medical societies and the American Medical Association, and is one of the stockholders of the Citizens' State Bank of Ellinwood. He is a republican, and is affiliated with the Lodge, Royal Arch Chapter and Knight Templar Commandery of Masons.
At Hutchinson, Kansas, June 5, 1907, Doctor Haas married Miss Carrie Willms. Mrs. Haas was born in Kansas in June, 1884. Her father, Charles WilIms, brought his family to Barton County in 1876 and saw much of the pioneer life of this section. He was a farmer and stockraiser, and is now living in Colorado. Doctor and Mrs. Haas have four children, named Ellen, Maurice, Lucile and Franklin.
Parents: Adam HAAS and Wilhemina A. WILSMAN.
Charles HAAS was a farmer in Pioneer Township of Barton County, KS. Parents: Adam HAAS and Wilhemina A. WILSMAN.
Christina HAAS (Private). Parents: Franklin C. HAAS and Rosanne PORTER.
She was married to Jeffrey FRANK on 6 Sep 1986.
Edwin HAAS M.D. was a physician in Claflin, Kansas. Parents: Adam HAAS and Wilhemina A. WILSMAN.
Ellen Ruth HAAS (Private). Parents: Dr. Alfred Reuben HAAS M.D. and Caroline Augusta (Carrie) WILLMS.
She was married to J. L. OLDHAM.
She was married. Children were: Martha NELSON.
Children were: Martha NELSON.
Franklin C. HAAS (Private). Parents: Dr. Alfred Reuben HAAS M.D. and Caroline Augusta (Carrie) WILLMS.
George HAAS resided at in Lyon, Rice, Kansas. Parents: Adam HAAS and Wilhemina A. WILSMAN.
Gilbert HAAS died in 1915. Parents: Adam HAAS and Wilhemina A. WILSMAN.
Jesse HAAS died in childhood. Parents: Adam HAAS and Wilhemina A. WILSMAN.
John HAAS died in infancy. Parents: Adam HAAS and Wilhemina A. WILSMAN.
Lucille Mabel HAAS was born on 24 Oct 1913 in Ellinwood, Barton, Kansas. She died on 9 Feb 1994 in Mt. Pleasant, Titus Co., TX. She resided at 108 W. Pleasant, Mt. Pleasant, TX 75455. Parents: Dr. Alfred Reuben HAAS M.D. and Caroline Augusta (Carrie) WILLMS.
Maurice Alfred HAAS (Private). Parents: Dr. Alfred Reuben HAAS M.D. and Caroline Augusta (Carrie) WILLMS .
He was married to Geneva, WIFE OF MAURICE A. HAAS in Kansas City, Jackson, MO.
William HABINGTON was born on 5 Nov 1605.
He was married to Mary Parker.
Cletus "Shung" HACKETT was born on 27 Jan 1924 in Texarkana, Bowie Co, TX. He died on 12 Jan 1987 in Wake Village, Bowie Co., TX. CLETUS "SHUNG" HACKETT:
Texarkana Gazette, Wed., Jan 14, 1987
Cletus "Shung" Hackett, 62, of Wake Village, Texas, died Monday at his home following a short illness.
Gravesides services will be 11 a.m. today in Hillcreast Memorial Park with the Rev. James Fore officiating. Burial will be under direction of Texarkana Funeral Home.
Mr. Hackett was born Jan 27, 1924 at Texarkana, Texas. He was a retired car salesman and a member of the Nazarene Church.
Survivors include his wife, Marie Moorman Hackett of Wake Village; one son, Gene Hackett of Quinlan, Texas; one daughter, Jeanette Diamond of Skokie, Illnois.; and two grandchildren.
The family will be at 709 Central, Wake Village, Texas.
Burial: January 14, 1987, Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Nash, Bowie Co, TX He was buried on 14 Jan 1987 in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Nash, Bowie Co., TX.
Gene HACKETT Parents: Cletus "Shung" HACKETT and Marie MOORMAN.
Jeanette HACKETT Parents: Cletus "Shung" HACKETT and Marie MOORMAN.
Jans Lourens HACOUR
Julia Ann HADLEY (Private).
Children were: Bryon Donald TRIMBLE.
He was married to Joyce Faye DAVIS .
Jill Elaine HAGBERG (Private). Parents: Roger HAGBERG and Judith Marie KLOPP.
Children were: Brian STEFENELLI.
Julie Marie HAGBERG (Private). Parents: Roger HAGBERG and Judith Marie KLOPP.
Roger HAGBERG was a professional football player for NFL, Oakland Raiders before 1970. He was a professional football player, Blue Bombers under Bud Grant in Winnipeg, Canada before 15 Apr 1970. He died on 15 Apr 1970 in Walnut Creek, Contra Costa, California. car accident
Hortense Price HAIGHT was born on 11 Jan 1860 in Cedar City, Iron, Utah. Parents: Isaac Chauncey HAIGHT and Eliza Ann PRICE.
Isaac Chauncey HAIGHT
He was married to Maxine PARKER.
Luktje HAKKOER was born on 23 Mar 1853 in Oterdum, Netherlands. She died on 4 Apr 1935 in Termunten, Groningen, Netherlands. Parents: Jans Lourens HACOUR and Lucretia BAKKER.
She was married to Meindert MOSSEL on 31 May 1878 in Termunten, Groningen, Netherlands. Children were: Koeno MOSSEL , Jan MOSSEL, Hindrik MOSSEL , Berend MOSSEL, Lourens MOSSEL, Grietje MOSSEL, Lukas MOSSEL, Koeno MOSSEL, Meindert MOSSEL, Elske MOSSEL.
Maria Sophis Weiland HALBMEIRS Parents: Heirrich GERENHAUS .
Mary Patricia HALEY
She was married to Jesse CASH .
Anna Carmeletia HALL
Helen HALL (Private). Parents: Willis Legette HALL and Ann Maud WALLACE.
He was married to Edith STANLEY.
He was married to Kathryn Ann HARPER on 16 May 1998 in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. He was divorced from Kathryn Ann HARPER in Jan 1999 in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada.
Martha (1) HALL was born on 1 Nov 1819 in Mt. Airy, Surry, North Carolina. Parents: Oliver HALL and Lucy CARTER .
She was married to Danial HAYMORE Jr. on 30 Apr 1840 in Mt. Airy, Surry, North Carolina. Children were: Darius Benton HAYMORE, Mary Polly Catherine HAYMORE , Lucy Ann HAYMORE, Elizabeth Jane HAYMORE, Franklin Demarkus HAYMORE, LeMecia Francis HAYMORE, Mildred Ellender HAYMORE .
Oliver HALL was born on 24 Oct 1789 in Pittsylvania, Virgina. He died on 5 Apr 1847 in Surry Co., North Carolina.
Willis Legette HALL
Geeske (Grace) HAM DE VOOGD was born on 26 Jan 1844 in Beerta, Netherlands. On the day Geeske's mother, Grietje , married legitimated Geeske was ligitimated as a daughter of Dirk Nies She died on 27 Aug 1925 in Klemme, Hancock, Iowa. She was buried in Goodell, Iowa. Geeske is buried next to Margaret Mossel, little daughter of Derk & Johanna Mossel Parents: Dirk Nies DE VOOGD and Grietje Jans VAN HAM.
She was married to Roelf MOSSEL on 16 Oct 1868 in Finsterwolde, Groningen, Netherlands. Children were: Dirk Nies MOSSEL, Geesien MOSSEL, Dorothy MOSSEL, Haiko (Harold) MOSSEL, Roelf MOSSEL, Jerry MOSSEL, Grietje (Grace, Greitze) MOSSEL, Antko MOSSEL .
Matthew HAMBERG. Parents: Jerry HAMBERG and Donna Lynn MOSSEL.
Michael HAMBERG. Parents: Jerry HAMBERG and Donna Lynn MOSSEL.
Carl Gustav HAMMEL was born in 1918 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio. He died in 1995. They immigrated UNKNOWN to UNKNOWN, Name used to be Von Gustav.
Johnathan Kirby HAMMEL (Private). Parents: Michael Anthony "Tony" HAMMEL.
Leonard Michael HAMMEL (Private). Parents: Carl Gustav HAMMEL and Joyce Kathrine LUTHER.
Michael Anthony "Tony" HAMMEL (Private). Parents: Leonard Michael HAMMEL and Bette Florence PARKER .
Children were: Parker Monroe HAMMEL.
Children were: Johnathan Kirby HAMMEL.
Parker Monroe HAMMEL (Private). Parents: Michael Anthony "Tony" HAMMEL and Christine, WIFE OF MICHAEL A. HAMMEL.
Robert Christopher HAMMEL (Private). Parents: Leonard Michael HAMMEL and Bette Florence PARKER.
He was married to Charlotte Jean DAVIS in 1968.