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Descendants of John Haskins


Generation No. 3


       12. Edwin3 Gaddis (Nancy2 Haskins, John1) was born in Wisconsin, and died in Chippewa County, Wisconsin. He married Jane ???.


       Children of Edwin Gaddis and Jane ??? are:

  28 i.   William4 Gaddis, born in Chippewa County, Wisconsin; died in Chippewa County, Wisconsin.

+ 29 ii.   Ella Gaddis, born in Chippewa County, Wisconsin.
       23. John3 Haskins (Joel Clark2, John1) was born August 28, 1862 in Monroe, Bloomer County, Wisconsin, and died January 31, 1938 in Randall, Republic County, Kansas. He married Carrie Ellis Linton December 23, 1901 in Concordia, Kansas, daughter of George Linton and Hannah Fiddler.

Notes for John Haskins:
John's maternal grandfather was an immigrant from Sweden. His last name was Grunborg (with the two dots over the U - oomlot). When he came through Ellis Island the man couldn't understand his name and changed it to Greenberg - everyone thought he was Jewish after that.

John Haskins was a very wealthy banker in Randall, Kansas. The story from his grandson, Jack Haskins, (June 1996) goes like this. John, an upstanding individual, was unfortunate enough to be a very wealthy banker during the depression. Being the type of man he was, John sold all his personal possesions to cover his customers' bank losses. This included his mansion and his hundreds of acres of land. So John wouldn't lose everything, he deeded one square mile of land (640 acres) to his brother, Herbert "Pick" Haskins. The two brothers signed the papers officially giving the land to Pick, and had a gentleman's agreement, an understanding, that after the depression Pick would deed the land back to John. Unfortunately, Pick died before the depression had ended and didn't have the chance to deed the land back to John.

After the depression, John's kids went back to Aunt Mattie to get the land deeded back to their father. Well, she wouldn't see them. To her the land was hers and no amount of persuasion would make her give the land back to it's rightful, honorable, owner - although not legal owner. That square mile of land turned out to be a square mile of oil wells, and Mattie Haskins turned out to be a pillar of the community in Randall, Kansas (although she never let on how she got the land). Even today, (1996) Mattie Haskins is a well recognized name in Randall, a town which has the Mattie Haskins School and the Mattie Haskins Library.


NOTE from the Haskins Family Record, at the bottom of page 203:
Jack Haskins Sr, Joe Haskins, Claude Young all started to the big fair in Chicago this morning, October 8, 1934.
Arrived home evening October 16, 1934.



Obituary - John Haskins

John Haskins, son of Joel C. and Susan Ann Haskins, was born inthe Monroe County, Wisconsin, on August 26, 1862, and departed this life January 31, 1936, at the age of 75 years, five months and 3 days.

He came with his parents by covered wagon to Jewell county, Kansas. In 1874, settling four miles east of Randall, where heremained until about 32 years ago when he moved to the present farm home in Republic County.

He was united in marriage to Carrie Ellis Linton, December 23, 1901. To this union were born 10 children, seven girls and three boys.

He was preceded in death by one son, an infant daughter and his wife, who passed away one year and ten months ago.

He became a member of the Methodist church in early manhood. He was also a member of the Masonic Order for about 40 years and of the Elks Lodge of Concordia.

He was a prominent citizen in the community, was held in the highest esteem by his neighbors and counted his friends by his acquaintances.

He leaves to mourn his departure eight children, Mrs. Edith Caldwell, of Formoso, Mrs. Ruby Emmert, of Republic, Mrs. Grayce Greenberg of Selden, Mrs. Cornelia Trussell of Randall, Mildred of Salina, Macine of Randall, Joe of Formoso, and William of Scandia. Ten grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Emma Young of Randall and one brother, Will Haskins of Vineta, Oklahoma, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Life's work well done
Life's race well run
Life's crown well won
No cometh rest.

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Christian church in Randall, at 2:00 o'clock, Rev. Fred Blanding of Minneapolis in charge of the services, with Rev. C.G. Scoutan assisting. Interment was made in the Randall cemetery.

Pallbearers were Leo Loveseth, Pete Stoneland, Jens Anderson, Charley Greenberg, Joe Morris and W.V. Griffith.


John's Affidavit of Death and Last Will and Testament are on record.


Notes for Carrie Ellis Linton:
Obituary - Carrie Ellis Linton

Carrie Ellis Linton was born in New Brunswick, Canada, June 18, 1880, and departed this life March 29, 1936, at the age of 55 years, 9 months, and 11 days. She came to Kansas with her parents in 1885 and lived in or near Randall the remainder of her life.

At the age of 15 years she united with the Randall Christian church and remained loyal to her church and her God.

She was united in marriage to John Haskins, Dec 23, 1901. To this union were born seven daughters and three sons. One son and an infant daughter have preceded her to the Great Beyond.

She leaves to mourn her departure her loving husband, eight children, Maxine and Ruby of the home, Mildred of Salina, Mrs. Edythe Caldwell of Randall, Mrs. Grayce Greenburg of Seldon, Kans., Mrs. Cornelia Trussell of Randall, William of Scandia, Joe of Formoso; ten grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. Lettie Easter of Randall, Mrs. Addie Beck of Bostwick, Nebr., Mrs. Elizabeth Osborne of Topeka; two brothers, Arthur and Robert of Randall, and a host of relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, at the Christian church in Randall and the body laid to rest in the Randall cemetery.

We saw not the gate swting open so wide
When your spirit was swept to the Great White Throne.
Our eyes were dim with the spray of the tide
When your bark sailed out to the Great Unknown.
The dear ones that met you we did not see,
We heard not the greetings of the angel band,
but we know you're waiting the hour when we
Shall meet you there and clasp your hand.


       Children of John Haskins and Carrie Linton are:

+ 30 i.   Cornelia May4 Haskins, born July 13, 1902 in Jewell County, Kansas.

+ 31 ii.   Joel Clark Haskins, born June 14, 1903 in Jewell County, Kansas; died October 16, 1975 in Jewell County, Kansas.

+ 32 iii.   William G. Haskins, born August 27, 1905 in Jewell County, Kansas.

  33 iv.   Mildred Maude Haskins, born May 27, 1907 in Republic County, Kansas. She married (1) George Douglas Poole May 21, 1927 in Kansas. She married (2) James Adolph Roberts July 31, 1946.

  Notes for Mildred Maude Haskins:
Heidi Caldwell told me (Michael Lee Joseph Caldwell) 1/4/97, unsubstantiated: Mildred had a baby when she was 12, and put it up for adoption. Her son came and found Mildred about 20 years ago and she wouldn't talk to him. The rumor is the father was her brother Bill. Her dad took her to Topeka (?) to have the baby.



  34 v.   Millard Claude Haskins, born May 27, 1907 in Republic County, Kansas; died May 22, 1926 in Republic County, Kansas.

  Notes for Millard Claude Haskins:
Had epilepsy and died on his 18th birthday. Mildred and Buster were twins.


Obituary - Claude Millard Haskins

Claude Millard Haskins was born in Republic County, Kansas, May 27, 1907; died May 22, 1926, aged 18 years, 11 months, 25 days.

Claude grew to young manhood in this community having spent his entire life on the farm home of the family. Having been from childhood a sufferer from a chronic affliction, he was unable to complete his work in the district school or to enter into all the activities of life. Because of his suffering, he had often expressed his desire to go Home. An infant sister, Ruth preceded him in death. He leaves to mourn his death, his loving father and mother and an aged granfather, a twin sister, Maude Mildred, five other sisters: Cornelia, Grayce, Ruby, Edith and Maxine, two brothers, Joe and Bill and their wives, Mable and Clarinda, and a host of other relatives and friends.

The body was tenderly laid to rest Monday afternoon in the Randall Cemetery.

A precious one from us has passed,
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled.
We'll often miss our sone and brother
When we are all alone,
For memory is the only thing
That grief can call its own.
Gos in his wisdom has recalled
The flower He hath given,
And tho' his body slumbers here,
His soul is safe in Heaven.

CARD OF THANKS

We wish to thank the friends and neighbors for their kind acts and expressions of sympathy at the time of the death of our dear son and brother and also for the beautiful floral offerings.
-----Mr. and Mrs. John Haskins and family




+ 35 vi.   Gracie Beulah Susan Hannah Haskins, born February 15, 1909 in Republic County, Kansas.

+ 36 vii.   Ruby Haskins, born April 20, 1910 in Republic County, Kansas.

  37 viii.   Ruth Haskins, born April 20, 1910 in Republic County, Kansas; died October 26, 1910 in Republic County, Kansas.

  Notes for Ruth Haskins:
Ruth Haskins was buried in the Randall Cemetery, Jewell Co., Kansas.



+ 38 ix.   Edith Rachel Haskins, born April 05, 1913 in Republic County, Kansas; died August 1989 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.

  39 x.   Maxine Viola Haskins, born May 12, 1918 in Republic County, Kansas; died July 1996 in Salem, Oregon. She married (1) Smith Howland. She married (2) Leonard Watters May 12, 1957.
       25. William3 Haskins (Joel Clark2, John1) was born July 30, 1867 in Bloomer, Chippewa County, Wisconsin, and died December 10, 1940 in Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma. He married Lillie Manor October 03, 1892 in Jewell County, Kansas.

Notes for William Haskins:
Obituary - Will Haskins

Will Haskins, age 74 and a Vinita resident for the past 25 years died at his home at 606 North Wilson street late Tuesday afternoon following a short illness.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lillie Haskins of the home; one son, Tom Haskins, Ketchum merchant, and two daughters, Mrs. Blanche Martin of Vinita and Mrs. Laura Wilson of Medicine Lodge, Kansas.

Funeral services will be held this afternoon from the Memorial Chapel with Rev. J. Frank Graham officiating.

Burial will be made in Fairview cemetery under the direction of Burckhalter Funeral Home.



       Children of William Haskins and Lillie Manor are:

  40 i.   John4 Haskins, born July 04, 1893 in Jewell County, Kansas; died December 18, 1929 in Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma.

  Notes for John Haskins:
From Haskins Family Records:

John Haskins, No. 3510444, Private, Co. G. 56th Infantry. Served in the World War from June 27, 1918 to July 10, 1919. He served in the trenches at the front - was in battles - was honorably discharged. State of Oklahoma, Craig Company.



+ 41 ii.   Cecil Haskins, born May 03, 1896 in Lahoma, Garfield County, Oklahoma; died March 13, 1943 in Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma.

  42 iii.   Blanche Haskins, born February 08, 1898 in Lahoma, Garfield County, Oklahoma. She married (1) Bryan Lalicker September 18, 1916 in Oklahoma. She married (2) Ed Martin June 02, 1928.

+ 43 iv.   Laura Haskins, born December 26, 1901 in Lahoma, Garfield County, Oklahoma.
       26. Emma Elizabeth3 Haskins (Joel Clark2, John1) was born January 07, 1874 in Bloomer, Chippewa County, Wisconsin, and died October 16, 1956 in Concordia, Kansas. She married Edgar Young August 05, 1891 in Randall, Jewell Co, Kansas, son of Abraham Young and Susan Beall.

Notes for Emma Elizabeth Haskins:
Obituary - Emma Young

Following a long and lingering illness, Mrs Emma Young passed away at the Concordia hospiatl at 8 o'clock Friday evening. Memorial services were held at the Methodist church at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Rev. A. F. Messer officiatd. Mrs. Keith Abram and Mrs. J.P. Stinson sang, "Lead Kindly Light" and "Abide With Me." Mrs. Gerald Cash played the piano accompaniement. Casket bearers were Kenneth Behrends, Ralph Trussell, Roy Young, Joe Haskins, Darrell Behrends and Raymond Trussell. Internment was in the Randall cemetery. We extend heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved relatives.

Jewell County Republican, November 22, 1956

Mrs. Emma Young Dies After Long Illness

Emma Elizabeth Haskins, daugher of Jeol Clark and Susan Mitchell Haskins, was born at Bloomer, Wis., January 7, 1874, and died at Concordia Kans., November 16, 1956, at the age of 82 years, 10 months, and nine days. She had been ill for a number of years. Of the immediate family an infant sister and three brothers preceded her in death. The brothers were John, Herbert & Will Haskins.

As a child she came to Kansas with her family in the summer of 1874, and was raised on the family farmstead which is now the home of Mrs. Dorothy Stouffer.

On August 5, 1891, she was united in marriage to Edgar young, who was one of her teachers at Jaybird School. Two children were born to this union. Susan of the home and Cluade, who passed away 20 years ago. Her husband also preceded her in death by 13 years. In addition to her daughter, survirors include two newhews and eight nieces besides many neighbors and friends.

The funeral service was held Monday in the Methodist Church at Randall.

The Rev. A. F. Messer conducted the service. Vocal numbers were by Mrs. P.V. Stinson and Mrs. Keith Abram. Mrs. Gerald Cash was pianist.

Pallbearers were: Darrell and Keith Behrends, Ralph L. and Ray E. Trussell, Joe Haskins, and Roy Young. Burial was in the Randall cemetery.


Notes for Edgar Young:
Receipt to Ed Young

Randall Cemetery

Office of City Clerk
Randall, Kansas
September 21, 1937

This is to certify that in consideration of $18.00 dollard to it in hand paid, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged.

City of Randall, a Municipal Corporation has this day sold to Ed Young lot 18 - in block number -1- in the said cemetery situated on the South East quarter of the northeast quarter of section -1-on town -5-five south range, 7, seven west in Jewell County State of Kansas, according to plot recorded in the office of Register of Deeds of said county.

Signed


C.J. Greenberg
City Mayor
Attst W.F. Easter
City Clerk





newspaper obituary

Death Takes Ed Young, Former County Commissioner

Edgar Young, a resident of Jewell county for some sixty years and a former county commissioner, died at his home in Randall Sunday evening. Mr. Young, who was 81 years old, has been a hospital patient on several occasions, and in recent months has been in very frail health. A heart attack, suffered after other members of his family had retired, caused his death. His death was not discovered until Monday morning. As his bed had not been disturbed, the time of his death was established as in the early evening.

Edgar Young, eldest child of Abraham and Susan Ellen Young, was born June 21, 1862, in Ohio. When a young boy he moved with his parents to Virginia, and then in his early twenties, he came to Kansas. He helped build the Rock Island railway line from Omaha, Nebr., to Phillipsburg, Kans. He taught several terms of school in the rural districts of Jewell county.

On Aug. 5, 1891, Miss Emma Haskins and Mr. Edgar Young were united in marriage. To this union a daughter and son were born, Susan Elizabeth of the home, and Claude Earl, who died Sept. 20, 1936.

Mr. Young was an industrious and capable farmer, a good business man, a trusted public official, a kind neighbor, and a man who made strong and lasting friendships among his associates. He possessed a keen mind, and was well versed in public affairs. Many people in Jewell county will miss the kindly smile and the cheerful greeting of their long-time best friend. Especially will he be missed in Randall and Jewell, in which towns he was a resident and it best known.

Besides his wife and daughter, Mr. Young is survived by two brothers, Charles and Frank Young of Emington, Illinois, and a sister, Mrs. Cora Chitterham, of Sterling, Ill., a sister-in-law, Mrs. Frances Young of Formoso; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Randall on Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. James Gray was in charge of the services, which were largely attended by people of the home cummunity, and citizens who were associated with Mr. Young in public life. Interment was made in the Randall cemetery.


       Children of Emma Haskins and Edgar Young are:

  44 i.   Susan Elizabeth4 Young, born January 13, 1894 in Randall, Jewell County, Kansas; died April 17, 1971 in Beloit, Jewell County, Kansas.

  Notes for Susan Elizabeth Young:
Obituary - Susan Elizabeth Young

Susan Elizabeth Young, daughter of Edgar and Emma Young was born on the farm east of Randall, January 3, 1894 and passed away at the Beloit Hospital April 17, 1971. Susan spent her early childhood on the farm and attended school at Hill Grove.

She graduated from Jewell High school and from Manhattan Agricultural College. She taught in high schools for a number of years then continued her education at Halstead Kansas where she graduated as a registered nurse. She is preceded i death by her mother, father, and brother, Claude.

She was a member of the Randall Methodist Church and attended services a long as her health permitted. Susan spent most of her life in the family home and moved with her parents to Randall in 1939. She cared for her parents as long as they lived.

Services were held at the Randall M. E. Church with Rev Ralph Jarboe pastor, soloist Mrs. Maude Abram, Mrs. Gerald Cash pianist. Casket bearers were Joe Haskins, Bill Haskins, Darrell Behrends, Kenneth Behrends, Elmer Hogue and Gene Barrett.


Her last will and testament is on file here. (I have it)(Mike that is)

Here is another obituary:

Miss Susan E. Young, 77, of Randall, died Saturday night, April 17, 1971 at the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. She was born January 13, 1894 in Jewell County, Kansas, the daughter of Edgar and Emma Haskins Young, and lived practically all of her life in Jewell County.

She graduated from Jewell High School in 1914, attended and graduated from Kansas State University, and of the Halstead, Kansas Hospital School of Nursing. She was a member of the United Methodist church, Randall.

Survivors include several cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Claude Young.

Funeral services were helat at 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, 1971 at the United Methodist church, Randall cemetery.

Blachly and Buoy Funeral Home, Jamestown, were in charge of arrangements.



  45 ii.   Claude Earl Young, born September 15, 1899 in Kansas; died September 20, 1936 in Jewell County, Kansas.

  Notes for Claude Earl Young:
Jewell County Republican, Thursday, September 24, 1936

Death of Claude Young

The death of Claude Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed young of Vicksburg Township, occurred Sunday, Sept. 20, and followed a gradual decline in health owing to a heart ailment and a period of intense suffering.

Claude graduated from the Jewell high school in 1920. The Young family lived here several years and the Jewell folks, especially the old neighbors, feel that they still belong to us. There have been many experessions of sympathy on the part of friends here for this great loss of an only son to Mr. and Mrs. Young.

The funeral service was held Tuesday in the Baptist church three miles east of Randall. The Rev. Glen Scoutne, a man who has been so useful for so many years in that wide community, conducted the service in the presence of a large audience. A number of Jewell friends attended the service. The casket was borne by young men of that community. Burial was in the Randall cemetery. The obituary notice is published elsewhere in this issue.

Claude Young was a quiet, reliable, dependable young man. That is the way we all think of him. Not a long life but a worthy life. The family now consists of Mr. and Mrs. Young and their only daughter, Miss Susan. It seems little anyone can do to help or comfort in such a time, but the family have hundreds of neighbors and friends about them who will do all they can and wish they knew how to do more.

Jewell County Republican, Thursday, September 24, 1936
newspaper obituary

Claude Earl Young, son of Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Young, was born Sept 15, 1899, at the family home near Randall, where he spent his entire life, witht the exception of a few years in Jewell. Wehn a young man he attended the Jewell High School and graduated with the class of 1920.

Claude was always steady and dependable & has many friends who will greatly miss him. He passed from this life Sept. 20, 1936. He leaves to mourn his early death, his father, mother, and sister Susan, many other relatives and a host of friends.





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