This is info about the Lieurances of Kansas that I have and would like to share with anyone affiliated with this Lieurance twig of the family tree.ANDREW JACKSON LIEURANCE was b. abt 1850 & d. between 1937-1950, m. (1) HATTIE LIPPARD b. abt 1850. ANDREW was a medical doctor.Andrew & Hattie's children were: THURLOW WEED LIEURANCE, (who became a professor of music at Wichita State College in KS) b. March 21,1878 in Kansas City, KS (d. October 1963 in CO); EDWARD LIEURANCE b. Sept. 7, 1879 in Oskaloosa, IA (d. Jan.2, 1943 in Warm Springs, MT); GEORGE LIEURANCE dates of birth and death unknown; & LEONI LIEURANCE LEARNED, b. May 1, 1884 & d. Feb. 1968 in Ada, ID. The family moved to Pawnee Rock, KS about 1870 and in 1885 they moved to Neosho Falls, KS. HATTIE LIPPARD LIEURANCE d. 1886. ANDREW LIEURANCE then m.(2) LENA CURTIS in 1887 & had 2 sons: RICHARD LIEURANCE, who was known to have been living in Lincoln, NE in 1937; and ROBERT LIEURANCE, who d. 1936 in Kansas City, Kansas. Andrew's second son, EDWARD LIEURANCE, (also a physician) m. (1) EMMA GERTRUDE MAIN, bef. 1915; she was b. abt. 1886 in Fort Belknap, MT & d. 1923. Emma had a son by a previous marriage, HAROLD BARRETT LIEURANCE, who d. 1933 in Anaconda, MT. Edward & Emma had one biological son, EDWARD A. LIEURANCE, b. Feb. 12, 1915 at Crow Agency, MT. After Emma's death, Dr. Edward Lieurance then married (2) GRACE CUTLER FLYNN in 1930, who was b. Jan. 3, 1894 & d. Sept. 1982 in Deer Lodge, MT. Grace had 2 sons, ROBERT FLYNN & CLARENCE FLYNN by a previous marriage.Dr. Lieurance was in the Spanish-American War & World War I. He died Jan. 2, 1943. His son EDWARD A. LIEURANCE m. MILDRED HUFFMAN OSS (b. June 24, 1912 in Bancroft, ID & d. Feb. 19, 1978 in Anaconda, MT), on Oct. 20, 1945 in Anaconda, MT. Edward A. Lieurance died April 15, 1978 in Anaconda, MT. Mildred had one daughter by a previous marriage, LORENE OSS LIEURANCE.
If anybody reading this has more information about this family, I would appreciate hearing from you; I hope the above info helps someone else in their family research.