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Re: Blanche H Huson 12-21-57-->4-7-46 NY to MO
Posted by: PATRICIA SINK (ID *****8612) Date: November 14, 2002 at 09:55:56
In Reply to: Re: Blanche H Huson 12-21-57-->4-7-46 NY to MO by janet barba of 343

I do believe we are talking about the same people. Nicholas must have been married prior to Blanche, probably in Buffalo, NY. Blanche and Nicholas had 5 daughters.

N. F. NIEDERLANDER was born in Buffalo, N. Y., October 2, 1843, which was home until 1876. He raised Company I, Ninety-eighth New York National Guards, for three months' service in 1864, and served four months and twelve days before being mustered out. He then returned to Buffalo, where he lived until April 1876, when he went to Ohio, and remained in that State about eight months, coming from there to Sedgwick County, Kan., in January, 1877. He located in Erie Township (which was so named by Mr. N., from his native county in Pennsylvania), and engaged in farming on east half of Section 5, until April 1, 1878, when he removed to Wichita, and purchased half interest in the business of Meigs and Healy. Mr. Meigs retiring from the firm. He was married at Sandusky, Ohio, to Blanche H. Huson, a native of Springport, Cayuga Co., N. Y. His children - Marlon H., Ralph J., Ethel E., Stacie B. and June P. Mr. N. is a member of K. of P., and K. of H.
From William G. Cutler's History of the STate of Kansas,
courtesy of the Kansas USGENWEB site

From: St. Louis: The Fourth City, 1764-1909 (St. Louis: S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1909) was written by Walter B. Stevens.
Niederlander, Blanche Huson [Stevens-II] --------------- 333.
Niederlander, Nicholas F. [Stevens-II] -------------- 332-33.

...A native of the Empire state, Mr. Niederalander was born in Buffalo, October 2, 1844, his parents being Nicholas and Anna Marie (Wise) Niederlander....he attended Hicks' Commerical College...served in Civil War as captain of Company I of the New York National Guard Regiment...became his father's successor in the tanning business...until 1877, when he removed to Wichita, Kansas, where he opened a real estate, loan and insurance office...He has figured in the businss circles of St. Louis since 1891. Since 1895 he has been the executive head of the Westinghouse Air & Steam Coupler Company and is also president of the Acme Pipe Clamp Company....

I am researching this family for a friend...let me know your may be cousins!

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