Charles T. Edwards, 1874-1954 [RG0975.AM]


RG0975.AM:  Charles T. Edwards, 1874-1954

Account book:  1912
Nemaha, Nemaha County, Nebraska:  Farmer
Size:  One volume


Born in Nebraska on July 27, 1874, Charles T. Edwards was the son of Landon Green Edwards and Frances (Hale) Edwards.  He married Clara Parriott on March 22, 1899.  The couple farmed in Nemaha County, Nebraska, until 1912 when they sold the farm and moved to Cass County, Nebraska.  Charles continued to farm in Cass County up until his death in 1954.  He died at Alvo, Nebraska, and his obituary appeared in the Plattsmouth Journal newspaper on July 29, 1954.  Charles T. Edwards is buried in the Mount Vernon Cemetery at Peru, Nebraska.


The collection consists of an account book documenting what appears to be the farm sale of Charles T. Edwards. Dated February 12, 1912, the account book includes the names of the purchasers, what was purchased, and how much was paid.


Subject headings:

Edwards, Charles T., 1874-1954
Farm sales — Nebraska — Nemaha County
Nemaha (Nebraska) — History
Nemaha County (Nebraska) — History


Revised TMM        05-09-2008

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