Marshall & Anna Caplinger of Greensburg, Kansas: a story of James Marshall Caplinger and Anna Lee Caplinger, a pioneer family who left family and friends in Trimble County, Kentucky in 1898 and moved to Greensburg, Kiowa County, Kansas : and of their family and descendants
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24 Signal afternoon April August August 21 Bank Baptist Church Billy Caplinger blacksmith boys brother buggy building Campbellsburg Cap's Column Caplinger family Caplinger home Caplinger's Cash cents City Marshall continued Court House daughter December Democratic Dodge City Dorland election Ernest Caplinger farm father February Friday Goodnight guilty Hardware Store Harold Hutchinson Implement J. M. Caplinger J. W. Davis James Wesley January Jesse Caplinger Jim Bradley John July June Kansas City Kentucky Kiowa County last week Lee Caplinger looking Lucy M. E. Henderson Main Street Manford Henderson March married Marshall and Anna Marshall Caplinger Marshall's Miss Monday Nellie Nettie November November 15 October Okla Oklahoma Phillips President purchased Queen City Hotel railroad Republican Roosevelt Saturday sell September September 21 Short Tuck Signal reported sold Therese took town Trimble County Tuesday Tulsa W. R. Smith wagon Wellsford wheat Wichita wife Woodruff