Nettie’s sister and brother-in-law, Nannie and Purl Clodfelter, also followed them, settling in the nearby town of Martinsville. (hosted at Flint Hills Genealogical Society— World War I Draft Registration Card of John Edward Duncan (hosted at Ancestry.com) World War I Draft Registration Card of Harry John Shoup (hosted at Ancestry.com) World War I Draft Registration Card of Elmer Calvin Williams (hosted at Ancestry.com) World War II Draft Registration Card of Harry John Shoup (hosted at Ancestry.com) 1885 Iowa State Census, Allen Twp., Warren Co., IA (Roll IA1885_272, p.
In late 1900 or early 1901, Nettie and Andy sold their farm in Missouri and removed to Elm Creek Township, Morris County, Kansas, where their daughter, Blanche, was born to them. 51 of 63) 1885 Iowa State Census, Liberty Twp., Warren Co., IA (Roll IA1885_272, p.
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