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I am doing research on a great uncle - Mack Waggoner/Wagoner/Wagner. He
married Rosa Belle Cruse in Labette Co.,KS. In 1900 census Rosa and Mack
are living in Oklahoma. Mack's father and mother - George and Charlotte
living with him. By 1904 Mack and family has moved to Midvale,Idaho -
Washington County. He has a son there Archa "Archie" Sylvester Wagoner
Mack left the family when Archie was age 2 - yr 1906 and they never
heard of him again.
The children are Annie born 1893,Lillie born Indian Territory
Albert Redway "Rink" born 1902, Archa Sylvester born 1904 in
What possible newspapers were in the area?
The family says that there was possibly a hotel run or owned by Mack
Is there any possible way to find out if there was a deed?,etc.? Does
have access to tax records? Would like to know when Mack actually left?
did Rosa leave? She went to Indiana after that. Are there divorce
it would say where Mack went.
Thanks for any info.
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