I'd like to know about a John F. Everhart who married an Anna Barricklow in Douglas County, KS in 1877.
Anna Belle Barricklow Born: 1847 Randolph Township, Dearborne County, Indiana died: 22 Nov 1879 Lawrence, Douglas County, KS is the daughter of Farrington Barricklow (b 17 Oct 1804Dunbar TWP. Fayeete County, Pennsylvania d 21 Jun 1872 Baldwin City, Douglas County, Kansas his wife was Martha (Patsy) Buchanan (b 20 May 1812 Washington Co, VA d 26 Jun 1892Baldwin City,Douglas Co.,Kansas)
I have the following and is the only reason to know the name of Anna's husband:
From microfilm at the Lawrence Public Library, Republican Daily Journal,May 5, 1877page 4:
It willbe remembered that some time last Summer a premature marriage was published in the Journal, in which Dr. Everhart and Miss Barricklow figured as the principal parties.We are happy to announce now to the same readers that on Thursday evening John T. Everhartand Miss Anna B. Barricklow were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, by the Rev. Mr. Phillips, of the M.E. church, at the residence of the Bride.There is no mistake this time, and we extend our hearty congratulations to the doctor and his fair bride.
From microfilm at the Lawrence Public Library, Republican Daily Journal,, Dec.3, 1879page 4:
Death of Mrs. Everhart
Mrs. Belle Everhart, wife of Dr. J. F. Everhart, historian, died on last Saturday evening, Nov. 22, 1879, at 5:30 P.M. at No. 40 North 31st street,
It has passed, the soul has gone to its paternal home, and the Father welcomes the bright jewel that so lately shone with celestial beauty while clothed in its morality.She has passed from morality to immortality, made glorious by her many virtues and her undertaken faith and love in Jesus Christ, her Saviour.Probably few women had so rare a gift of winning and retaining the love of friends and respect of strangers as she as whom we mourn.
Guests of manner, elegant in person, sweet in disposition, andintellectual in asuperlative degree, she has left a void in the domestic and social life of those whocherish her memory, that time can never fill.
In this her last illness, she displayed a heroism that pain nor the shaftsof death could conquer.
We deeply and sincerely sympathize with the bereaved Husband, and trust that the knowledge of what ishis greatest loss is her eternal gain, will in time soften his present grief.-ZanesvilleSignal, Nov. 20.
Mrs. Everhart was a former resident of Baldwin City, in this county, being the daughter of Mrs. F. Barricklow, of this city and was brought up from a child in the former place.She was married to Dr. J. F, Everhart, then of this city,May 1877.Mrs. Everhart diedfrom an operation to remove an ovarian tumor, performed in Zanesville, Ohio, on the 13th of November.She endured the operation heroically, and her physicians were in great hopes of her recovery, but she died about a week after.Her remains were embalmed and placed in a vault subject to the final disposal of her relatives.Mrs. Everhart had many warm friends in this county who will be pained to hear of her untimely death.
Douglas County Marriages of 1877
Everhart, John F. Barricklow, Anna B. 3 May 1877 J. Howard Phillips, MG 4 449
Barricklow WFT MARRIAGE RECORDS:
Barricklow Anna B. Everhart John F. KS Douglas 1877 May 03
If anyone knows about Joh dates of birth death and where help please.