Monday, December 8, 2014

Hiram Vinton Hatfield.

Publish date 1902.
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Hiram Vinton Hatfield.

Birth: April 19, 1859.
Death: March 26,1930.

Parents: John M. and Martha Jay Hatfield.

Wife's: First wife Rhoda W.Hunter Hatfield, ( 1864-1890.
Married June 22,1884, at Page, Iowa.

Second wife Sarah E. Hatfield, ( 1859-1938 ).

Children: Vinton M., Albert D., Martha E., Elmo L., Guy H., Ray D.,and Nellie D. Hatfield.

Burial: Wamego City Cemetery, Wamego, Pottawaomie County, Kansas.

Mr. Hatfield came to Harper County, Kansas, in 1900.  He settled in section 21,of Garden township.  He was a Farmer and Stock Raiser on his 640 acres.  On his farm he had two  springs and Bluff Creek ran through his farm.  His post office address was Curran, Kansas,which was one mile south east of the farm.

Author.  Curran was not a town of any kind, it was a mail drop off,  it was a post office out in the middle of nowhere.  It was on the land owned by a James C. Curran,it only ran a 11 years ( 1892-1903 ).

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