George Thomas Armstead (1874 – 1943)

George Thomas Armstead, son of Thomas Armstead and Esther Pittman, was
born on 22 Oct 1874 in , , Kansas, USA and died in 1943 in Rock Creek,
Jefferson, Kansas, USA at age 69. Other names for George were George
Armstead, George Armstead, Geo S Armstead, George Armstead, George
Armstead, George Armstead, George T Arnstead, George Armstead, Geo T
Armstead, and George Armstead.

Noted events in his life were:

* Residence: 1910, Rock Creek, Jefferson, Kansas.
* Residence: 1900, Meriden City, Jefferson, Kansas.
* Residence: 1880, Osawkie, Jefferson, Kansas, United States.
* Residence: 1930, Rock Creek, Jefferson, Kansas.
* Residence: 1920, Rock Creek, Jefferson, Kansas.
* Residence: 1 Mar 1895, Ozawkie, Jefferson, Kansas.
* Residence: 1915, Rock Creek, Jefferson, Kansas.
* Residence: 1 Mar 1885, Ozawkie, Jefferson, Kansas.
* Residence: : Not Stated, Jefferson, Kansas.
* Alt. Birth: Abt 1874, Kansas.
* Alt. Birth: Oct 1873, Kansas.
* Alt. Birth: Abt 1874, Kansas.
* Alt. Birth: Abt 1873, Kansas.
* Alt. Birth: Abt 1874, Kansas.
* Alt. Birth: Abt 1874, Kansas.
* Alt. Birth: Abt 1875, Kansas.
* Alt. Birth: Abt 1874, Iowa.

George married Clara Hilfinger, daughter of Mathias Hilf-Inger and Melissa
Mary Mellinger.

Children from this marriage were:

i. Claude Arnstead was born about 1898 in Kansas. Other names for Claude are Claud H Armstead, Claude N Armstead, and Claud H Armstead.
ii. May Arnstead was born about 1903 in Kansas. Another name for May is May Armstead.
iii. Mildred Armstead was born on 28 Feb 1904 in Rock Creek, Jefferson, Kansas, USA and died on 26 May 1948 in Rock Creek, Jefferson, Kansas, USA at age 44. Other names for Mildred were Mildred Lassiter, Mildred Arnstead, Mildred Lassiter, and Mildred Lassiter.

The Oskaloosa Independent
Jefferson County
Thursday
March 25, 1943

After a long illness, George ARMSTEAD died at his home here Monday, March 15. Mr. Armstead was one of Blue Mound’s own. He was born here and had spent his entire life in this neighborhood. He served for many years on the school board, was a charter member of the Blue Mound Grange and a good citizen. The community extends sympathy to the children and his sister, Mrs. Ed GHATHAM.(Blue Mound.)

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