WAGSTAFF, Mary Spillman, first President of Saline County Chapter of Native Daughters of Kansas.

JONES, Horace L., U.S. Marshal when he came in 1860. Had a store. His wife: WHEELER, Mary (Jones), a relative of the manufacturers of the Wheeler & Wilson sewing machines, was third white woman in Salina.

UNDERWOOD, C.R. Came in 1869. Had grist mill with Eli Rittgers.

RITTGERS, Eli came in the 1860’s. His wife, Jennie, came to Kansas in 1871 and to Salina in 1879.

RASH, John C. and his wife, Lucretta came here in 1870 and had a general merchandise store.

POST, Cicero also arrived about 1870 and had a store.

MUIR, Andrew settled in the early 1870’s.

POLLY, D.C. came in 1865

BAIRD, Andrew who passed away in June 1923, came in the year 1870.

BUCHI, John. Salina’s only florist for many years, settled in 1867.

JEFFRIES, Wm. M. and Catherine arrived in 1869 and soon built a hotel on the corner of Park and Ninth. Their daughter, Cynthia Matilda was married in the spring of 1870.

OBER, E.W. who reached Salina in 1869 and was a merchant.

WILSON, B.L. settled in 1870 and later married.

JEFFRIES, Margaret

LUNDBORG, Sven and wife, Beata came to Kansas in 1870

WHITEHEAD, Dan, jeweler 
RICE, J.W. , cattleman, Made Salina their home about 1870

GODFREY, Sanford and family came just after close of Civil War. Two sons, Champlin and George and a daughter: BUZZARD, Carrie K., rest near him.

GROGER, Dr. John B., a pioneer physician settled here in the late 1860’s. His wife, Lottie, came as a young lady in the early 1870’s.

HAMILTON, J.B. with others from Ohio settled near Bavaria in the late 1860’s.

QUINCY, M.E. came with his brother, Fred H. Quincy, in 1869. Their father, Benj. F., visited them in 1871 and moved here with his wife, Mary and family, Murilla Quncy and Lucia Quincy 
HAGGART rest near by.

DICKERSON, A.B. and wife, Lucy settled in early 1870’s.

BUSH, Captain Charles came to Leavenworth at the close of the Civil War, married there and settled in Salina in 1874.

SEE, Mrs. Sarah, mother of Mrs. Clyde MARTIN, came here as a bride driving through in a wagon.

WILMARTH, Mrs. Charles arrived in 1867.

GEBHART, P.L. pioneer hardware merchant started business in 1870. His wife, Eliza MACY lived here in 1869.

SEITZ, Oscar, one of Salina’s first druggists came in 1866. He brought his bride, Johanna, here in 1869.

JENNEY, Dr. J.W., settled here in spring of 1870.

VALEN, John, a carpenter was here in 1870 and working on the Jeffries Hotel.

WELLINGTON, Alfred and wife, Sarah, came to this county in 1871 and for many years lived on a farm close to the city.

BEAN, Benj. S. and wife, Sarah, were married in Salina in 1860.

ANDREWS, James brought his family to Kansas in 1873. A daughter, Olive Andrews YORDY.

ADDISON, W.C. came to Salina in 1870, his wife coming shortly after. He later started a lumber yard.

ADDISON, David J. came in 1872.

WILSON, Sam, cattleman , came to the county in 1872. Later he married: MURPHY, Anna, who arrived in Salina in 1867.

MARLIN, B.F. settled on a farm in 1870.

MCGILL, A.G. also settled on a farm nearby in 1871.

RANSOM, Albert and wife, Minnie E., came about the 1870’s.

HASKIT, Charles, Susan and James came to the county in the early 1860’s.

EBERHARDT, C. was in the lumber business in Salina since his arrrival in 1868. His wife came here at the same time.

VOIGT, Mary came in 1872. Several years later she became the wife of BERG, M.D.

SMITH, Capt. J.M. reached Salina in 1875, the year the grasshoppers scoured the country.

TRESSIN, Louis, a tinsmith and Ida came in 1870.

CLAFLIN, A. and wife, Lucretia, settled in 1870.

WHITTMAN, Ed and wife who ran a hotel for years, came in 1870 or 1871.

GOTSHALL, Jacob and Mary A. were also settlers of the early 1870’s.

CONRAD, J.D.M. and wife arrived in the late 1860’s; a brother, C.S Conrad came in 1869.

WEAVER, Jonathan and Elizabeth were early settlers. Their son, Earl lived here in the 70’s.

CARLBERG, S.M. and wife Emma came here in 1869 as young folks, met and married here.

AHART, Augustus and Hannah are thought to have come to this county in the early 70’s.

RADCLIFFE, Charles arrived in 1873.

SCHIPPEL, John and brothers came to the county in 1858.

CROWTHER, Joshua in the 60’s.

DEARINGTON, Tom in 1861 or 1862.

HUSSEY, Isabel arrived in the early 1870’s.

RITTERSBACHER, David and Elnora settled here in â78.

HARVEY, Emma came to Kansas in 1870, moving to Salina in 1884.

WINTERBOTHAM, Dr. and Mrs. To Salina in 1884.

PORTER, Richard and wife Helen to Kansas in 1876 and Salina in 1884.

NORTHSTEIN, Noah settled about 1880.

PEALER, Capt. B.F. and wife Anna came here in 1878, the former living here at the time of his death.

WILSON, George was another who settled in 1878.

MOORE, George

DODGE, A.L came here together in 1878 and established a general merchandise store.


ARMSTRONG, Dr. W.P and wife, Hannah, settled in the early 80’s.

HAGGART, Angus and Eliza, grandparents of E.Q. Haggart, came here from Ohio about 1870.

MITCHEL, John and Angeline came in 1878.

JONES, J.M. about 1881.

STIMMEL, D.B. and wife Matilda, came to the county in 1869.

Other Graves Decorated but no date for their arrival is listed:

REESE, David BEHR, Frances KELLY, Edward E.

SNYDER, Elizabeth BISHOP, Mary BISHOP, Mary Macy

BENFIELD, Jonas & Lucinda GEBHART, J.L. & Julia FRAIN, John

BANKS, Geo. & Sarah LAY, George PERRY, D.R. & Julia

SIMPKINS, Rev. & Mrs. CARNEY, Jacob & Sarah PECK, Walter, Kate & Lillie


WILSON, James, Mary & Elisha KEAR, Richard SHERMAN, Francis & Harriet

COBURN, Julia MILLER, Silas HILL, James


NEISHBURG, Frank & Mary CARLSON, Gustaf & Charlotte CUMMINGS, William

COOPER, William SANBORN, John NEIMOLLER, John & Christina

WILLIAMSON, Joseph HUGHES, Aurelia & Ellis SRACK, Mary

SHOLL, Wm. & Elinor MAXWELL, Margaret JENNERSON, Walter & Caroline

KENNEDY, Sam & Rebecca ALMQUIST, John

AHART, Augustus and Hannah are thought to have come to this county in the early 1870’s