Reuben J. Heatwole

1847 Feb 27: Born in Rockingham Co., VA to John S. Heatwole and Nancy Swank. (1)

1873 Feb 27: Reuben J. Heatwole marries Margaret Kilmer. (1)

  ____: Henry
  ____: Anna
  ____: Sarah
  ____: Susanna
  ____: Mary
  ____: Martha
  ____: Lydia

1919 Oct 22: Margaret Kilmer Heatwole dies; buried West Liberty Cemetery, McPherson Co., KS.

1921 Jun 7: Reuben J. Heatwole dies; buried beside wife Margaret.


Reuben J. Heatwole (2 p21)
 

Family Material

o Daniel Brundage, et al., "From Kansas" in Herald of Truth (Mennonite Church of North America, 1875 Mar), 41-42. Also www.dgatx.com/family...pubs/1875/03/hs.html (2009 Jul 18).

o R. J. Heatwole, "A Letter" in Herald of Truth, Vol. XXX, No. 14 (Mennonite Church of North America, 1893 Jul 15), 222-223. Also www.dgatx.com/family...-15-p222-223/hs.html (2009 Jun 18).

o R. J. Heatwole, "Re: Travels in Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri" in Herald of Truth, Vol. XXXI, No. 1 (Mennonite Church of North America, 1894 Jan 1), 10-11. Also www.dgatx.com/family...-01-p010-011/hs.html (2009 Jun 18).

o R. J. Heatwole, "Re: Report from Kansas" in Herald of Truth, Vol. XXXII, No. 3 (Mennonite Church of North America, 1895 Feb 11), 41. Also www.dgatx.com/family...5/02-01-p041/hs.html (2009 Jun 18).

Notes

1. Menno M. Troyer, "Reuben J. Heatwole," gameo.org/index.php?...n_J._%281847-1921%29 (GAMEO, 2013; accessed 2010 Nov 9).

2. Joseph S. Miller, Beyond the Mystic Border: A 100 Year History of the Whitestone Mennonite Church (Hesston, KS: Whitestone Mennonite Church, 1985). A successor of the Pennsylvania Mennonite Church (KS).

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