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Andrew SILVERNAIL
(1799-1866)
Susan SITTS
(1805-1872)
William POTTER
(1796-1877)
Rachel WELLS
Jacob SILVERNAIL
(1820-1899)
Alice POTTER
(1823-1905)
Lydia SILVERNAIL
(1855-1916)

 

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Sylvester M. RUSSOM

Lydia SILVERNAIL 98

  • Born: 7 Dec 1855, Illinois 98
  • Marriage: Sylvester M. RUSSOM in 1878 276
  • Died: 4 Feb 1916 at age 60 32
  • Buried: Feb 1916, Columbus Cemetery; Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska, USA 32

bullet   Cause of her death was Heart trouble.20

bullet   Another name for Lydia was Lida.

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bullet  General Notes:

The 1900 Nance County, Nebraska Census notes that Lydia had 3 children, 2 living.

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Residence, 1860, Canton, Fulton County, Illinois, USA. 277 living with her parents.

Residence, 1870, Fulton County, Illinois. 98

Residence, 1880, Fulton County, Illinois. 259 living with her parents.

Residence, 1884, Duncan, Nebraska. 20

Residence, 1900, Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska, USA. 278 where she was a home maker.

Residence, 1905, Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska, USA. 270

Residence, 1910, Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska, USA. 279 on Esther Street, where she was a home maker. The 1910 census indicates Lydia had 3 children with 1 still living.

Obituary, 11 Feb 1916, Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska, USA. 280 RUSSOM--Stricken with heart trouble, Mrs. Lida Russom, relict of the late S.M. Russom, died suddenly last Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.F. Miller where she had resided for several months. She had been able to be up and around as usual until the morning of her death. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Harry F. Huntington at the Gass undertaking parlors at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, and burial was made in the Columbus cemetery beside the remains of her husband. As Lida Silvernail, Mrs. Russom was born in Illinois December 7, 1855. She was united in marriage to Sylvester M. Russom in Illinois in 1876. They moved to Nebraska in 1884, locating at Duncan where Mr. Russom was station agent for the Union Pacific. Later Mr. Russom was transferred to Fullerton where they made their home until his death a year ago last June. Mrs. Russom came to Columbus several months ago to reside. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. C.A. Kramer, of Sioux City, who was here to attend the funeral.

Nance County Journal, Feb. 1916

Mrs. S. M. Russom Passes Away

News of the death of Mrs. S. M. Russom, came as a great shock to the people of this community where she lived so many years. She has been living in apartments in Columbus for several months and her sudden death from heart failure followed a siege of grippe. The remains were laid to rest in the Columbus cemetery on Saturday. Her only daughter, Mrs. Cochrane Kremer was present at the funeral. Mr. Russom passed away a couple of years ago and was buried at Columbus.

Cemetery, Feb 1916, Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska, USA. 128 in the Columbus Cemetery, Row 47, Section 2.


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Lydia married Sylvester M. RUSSOM in 1878.276 (Sylvester M. RUSSOM was born on 7 Mar 1852 in Indiana,281 died on 25 Jan 1914 128 and was buried in Jan 1914 in Columbus Cemetery; Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska, USA 128.)




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