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Reference Material Index
Compiled and Edited by Michael R.
Editor's Note: This page and its'
link pages will contain various reference materials [books, 3-ring binders,
folders] concerning the Sussex-Lisbon area that were not generally published for
Titles and tables of content [keywords] will be found here. Also check
published material, some are also available
at the Pauline Haass Public Library; contact the Reference Librarian.
These publications are available at
the SLAHS Depot Museum for research, contact historian Fred Keller or
Curator Mike Reilly, to determine
when museum personnel would be available to assist.
(Three-ring binders unless otherwise noted)
Baynton Family, 7-17-03, 028
Letters from the Black, Farrell, Craven, Moore Families...1800 to 1979 from
Leslie Manke, 5-24-2003, 012
Cady / Weaver / Ott, Civil War Sussex Teacher James Cady - Mary Ann Medhurst
Davidson, Rose, Hall, revised July 2011 (Jerry Babcock donation).
Davidson Family Sussex, 7-1-02, red book, items pasted in.
Edwards, Will - William H. S. Edwards, 1861 - 1944, farmer / principal /
Elliott Family, Sussex - Lisbon
Fryda Farm - Ernest, Bob, Mike, 1928 to
Horning Stier Manke Families - Lillian Butler, Wilma's Diary
Halquist Stone Co., Book 1
Halquist Stone Co., Book 2
Hardiman Family / Hardiman Oil Co. / Stone Family / Wileden Family, also
Kazmerchak and Zimmerman Families
Howard Family, Sussex-Lisbon, includes section on California Howards, 7-17-03,
Howard, Isaac Family - Lannon, 1-30-2006, 085
Jeffery, Albert and Margaret, nee Butler, store ledger 1921 to 1929, hardcover
Kerstein, Mary, nee Gerken, keep sakes, wife of Rudy, lived over 90 years Sussex
Main St., including Mindemann / Van Valen house.
Lembke, Ruth Craine, 1910-2006
Manke / Stier Families, mostly donated by Leon Manke, 2008; August Manke and
wife Lizzie, nee Stier, Art Manke, Lisbon Town Chairman, Eisenhauer connection
and Hornik / Hornig connection
McKerrow Farm, 4-19-2008, 001
McKerrow, George; Richmond School books, Lisbon School District #2
McLaughlin Family Book, from their memory box
Meissner / Rankin Families
Nettesheim, William "Bill", "56 Acres of Heaven"
Redford family; Thomas Spencer Redford
Russell family, 9-1-03, 048
The Russells of Kent County England, by Janice Ann Russell
Siewert / Meyer families, 7-9-2003, 022
Stier, also Betty Magnusson, Mary Anna Hart, and others
Stone / Wileden / Zimmerman / Kerr Families
Stolper, 1990's Trip Down Sussex Main Street
Taylor Family; Berger, Taylor, Hall, Templeton
Tempero, from pioneer Charles to Madeline Tempero Lembke, book 1
Tempero family, book 2, 069B
Tetzlaff / Steffen families
Treloar, as a young man - Austy
Weaver collection, book 1 of 2, 7-19-03, 031
Weaver collection, book 2, 7-19-03, 032
Weaver family, Hardeman connection, info from Richard Hughes
The Weavers of Lisbon-Sussex, by Janice Peterson, 7-23-2003, 036
The Weavers of Lisbon-Sussex, book 1, by Janice Peterson, 7-23-2003, 036
The Weavers of Lisbon-Sussex, book 2, by Janice Peterson, 7-23-2003, 035
Weaver family, album from William Harland estate, 1999, 8-15-2003, 040
Weaver family - Richard, Alfred, William II, other Weavers
Weaver, Melinda, book - St. Alban's
Weaver Family Genealogy, 1730-1930, legal size binder.
Families of Sussex-Lisbon, 1900-2000, 8-29-03, 047
Various Families Sussex-Lisbon; Dr. Roberts, Pioneers Krueger, Brown, Templeton,
Misc Farms, Families, Sussex-Lisbon, 7-6-03, 019
Misc Farms, Sussex-Lisbon, book 2
this to your children
This will boggle
your mind, I know it
The year is 1906.
One hundred and
What a difference a
Here are some of the U.S.
statistics for the
The average life
expectancy in the
Only 14 percent of
the homes in the U.S. had a bathtub.
Only 8 percent of
the homes had a
A three-minute call
New York City
cost eleven dollars.
There were only
8,000 cars in the
U.S., and only 144 miles
of paved roads.
The maximum speed
limit in most cities
was 10 mph.
and Tennessee were each more
With a mere 1.4
million people, California was only the 21st
most populous state
structure in the
world was the Eiffel Tower!
The average wage in
the U.S. was
cents per hour.
The average U.S. worker made between $200 and
$400 per year
expect to earn $2000
a dentist $2,500 per
$1,500 and $4,000
per year, and a
about $5,000 per
More than 95 percent
of all births in the
took place at
Ninety percent of
all U.S. doctors had
many of which
were condemned in
the press AND
the government as
cents a pound.
cents a dozen.
cents a pound.
Most women only
washed their hair
a month, and used
borax or egg yolks
passed a law that
entering into their
country for any
Five leading causes
of death in the
4. Heart disease
The American flag
had 45 stars.
Oklahoma, New Mexico, Hawaii, and
hadn't been admitted
The population of
Las Vegas, Nevada, was only 30!!!!
canned beer, and ice
hadn't been invented
There was no
Mother's Day or
Two out of every 10
adults couldn't read
Only 6 percent of
all Americans had
graduated from high
and morphine were
all available over
the counter at the
"Heroin clears the
buoyancy to the
stomach and bowels,
and is, in fact, a
( Shocking? DUH! )
Eighteen percent of
households in the
U.S. had at least
servant or domestic
There were about
reported murders in
Now I forwarded this
from someone else
it myself, and sent
it to you and others
all over the United States,
possibly the world,
in a matter of
Try to imagine what
it may be like in
another 100 years.