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Re: Henry/Mary Gainer
Posted by: Carol Powell (ID *****9811) Date: October 08, 2011 at 12:03:12
In Reply to: Henry/Mary Gainer by Jennifet Griffith of 15650

1870 Pennsylvania census
Henry Gainer 20y b: 1850 PA.
1910 Tecumseh Ward 1, Johnson, Nebraska census
Pearl C Chubbuck       F       32y
Joseph E Chubbuck       M       37y b: 1873 Illinois
Nellie M Chubbuck       F       12y b: Nebraska
Helen F Chubbuck       F       10y
Charles C Chubbuck       M       5y
Iowa Marriages
Charles Chubbuck groom's birth date: 1902 groom's birthplace: Tecumseh, Nebr groom's age: 21 bride's name: Jessie Bell bride's birth date: 1905 bride's birthplace: Silvis, Ill bride's age: 18 marriage date: 13 Oct 1923
marriage place:       Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa
groom's father's name:       Joseph Chubbuck
groom's mother's name:       Pearl Curtis
bride's father's name:       John Parker Bell
bride's mother's name:       Leona Lyon Reed
DR. C. K. CHUBBUCK, Tecumseh, was born and reared in Pennsylvania, and entered the study of his profession at the age of eighteen in the Susquehanna Medical School of New York, and graduated, 1859. In 1861, he took up the practice of his profession in Illinois and followed it there till 1870, when he came to Tecumseh and has very successfully conducted it here since. In 1860 he was married in Illinois to Miss Frances E. Lawton, who was born and reared in Pennsylvania. They have a family of one son and two daughters, Joseph E. and Jennie F., now Rev. Mrs. Johnson and Bessie F. Dr. Chubbuck has been active in the social life of his locality; has been Chairman of the Board of School Trustees since 1874, and Coroner of the county since 1875
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