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KIVETT, Wilbur [sic], Saline Co., NE
Posted by: Shirley Maynard (ID *****8510) Date: May 26, 2004 at 04:09:54
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I have just one known family member in Wilber Twp. Nathan Richmond Kivett apparently died there 28 Feb. 1920 but was buried in Liberty Cemetery, Liberty Twp., Gage Co., NE. He married somewhere in NE...Blanche Videll Eatherton/Etherton
... and had 3 children born in NE with her.

Descendants of Nathan Richmond Kivett
                                   
       1        Nathan Richmond Kivett       b: May 21, 1860 in Liberty, Gage Co., NE              d: February 28, 1920 in Wilbur Twp., Saline Co., NE
..              +Blanche Videll Etherton       b: Abt. 1884       m: May 10, 1903       d: October 27, 1931 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA
........       2        Wilmer E. Kivett       b: January 27, 1905 in NE              d: February 21, 1983 in Los Angeles, Co, CA
........       2        Rosena Kivett       b: August 05, 1909 in NE              d: April 1967 in Rock Island, Rock Island Co., IL
............              +Jack L. Harrison       b: 1905 in IA              
........       2        Harry E. Kivett       b: November 17, 1910 in NE              d: June 19, 1988 in Los Angeles Co., CA

Since many of Blanche's family lived in Liberty Twp., Gage Co., NE, I assume that is where the young couple married, but by 1910, they were in Wilber Precinct and remained there for the 1920 census. AFter Nathan's death, his widow and three children went to Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA to live near her widowed mother.

So I have 2 decades that I would like to investigate for KIVETTs. Nathan was listed as a cigar maker, hardly a dangerous occupation, but he died at 60. Could there have been an accident at the factory?

Shirley Maynard
Hampton, VA




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