Sunday, March 10, 2019
A collection of photos and ribbons related to the Gilmore Family of Weeping Water, Cass County, Nebraska were purchased by Nick Cimino of League City, Texas at an antique store in Jasper, Arkansas about 2016:
Emma's Museum of Junk
Address: 203 Court St, Jasper, AR 72641
Phone: (870) 446-5865
A copy of this document and all of the photos and ribbons has been placed in the gallery of Margaret Hampton Hoover in my Heirlooms Family Tree at Ancestry.com at this web address:
If you are interested in having digital copies of these materials please contact Nick Cimino at firstname.lastname@example.org
The photos include the following people:
Margaret Hampton Hoover Gilmore is designated as the central person
in this collection of photos and memorabilia.
BIRTH 27 MAY 1851 • Pennsylvania
DEATH DECEMBER 29, 1904 • Quincy, Greenwood, Kansas, USA
BURIAL • Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Greenwood County, Kansas, USA
This is a funeral card for Margaret Hoover Gilmore, Born May 27, 1851; Died Dec. 29, 1904,
Age 53 yrs. 7 mos. 2 days; Gone but not Forgotten...
Reuben Gilmore is a nephew of Margaret Hampton Hoover Gilmore.
BIRTH 3 JUN 1888 • Weeping Water, Cass Co., Nebraska
DEATH 14 FEBRUARY 1889 • Weeping Water, Cass, Nebraska, USA
BURIAL • Eight Mile Grove Cemetery, Cass County, Nebraska
The photographer mark says Merriam, Weeping Water, Nebraska.
The back is inscribed Reuben Gilmore was born June 3, 1888.
Parilla Alma Hollenbeck Shelhorn AKA Rilla Hollenbeck Shelhorn is a niece of Margaret Hampton Hoover Gilmore.
BIRTH 6 MARCH 1880 • Louisville, Cass County, Nebraska
DEATH 15 JANUARY 1945 • Louisville, Cass County, Nebraska
The photographer mark says Morgan, Weeping Water, Nebraska and the mounting card is identical to the photo of Raymond Gilmore.
Raymond Franklin Gilmore is a nephew of Margaret Hampton Hoover Gilmore.
BIRTH 20 SEP 1878 • Nebraska
DEATH 4 JUL 1922 • Custer County, Nebraska, USA
BURIAL • Glendale Cemetery, Louisville, Cass County, Nebraska, USA
The photographer mark says Morgan, Weeping Water, Nebraska and the mounting card is identical to the photo of Rilla Hollenbeck Shelhorn.
Clyde Joseph Gilmore is a son of Margaret Hampton Hoover Gilmore
BIRTH 18 JAN 1884 • Quincy, Greenwood, Kansas, USA
DEATH 5 FEB 1965 • Arkansas City, Cowley, Kansas, USA
BURIAL • Parker Cemetery, Arkansas City, Cowley, Kansas, USA
The photographer mark says Jones, Chillicothe, Missouri and the back of the photo says Clyde Gilmore. Chillicothe, Missouri is about 200 miles away from where Clyde Gilmore lived in Weeping Water, Nebraska so it seems most likely that he was on a visit when this photo was taken. There is an unidentified boy in the photograph.
SOURCE: Newspapers.com, The Plattsmouth Journal, 1965-02-08 - Page 8; Downloaded on Mar 8, 2019
There is an unmarked photo with a man wearing a hat who looks very similar to both Raymond Gilmore and Clyde Gilmore.
In addition to photographs and the funeral card there were also two ribbons that were part of this heirloom collection. The first ribbon has a medal inscribed Hastings, the Queen City with the Odd Fellows fraternal symbol. The ribbon states 75th Annual Session Grand Lodge I.O.O.F. of Nebraska, Hastings, Oct. 19-20, 1932.
Another photo of the I.O.O.F. Medal/Ribbon shows that the ribbon is curling on the end.
The second ribbon states Annual Log Rolling M.W. of A., Modern Woodmen of America, Butler Camp, No. 748, Weeping Water, Nebraska.
This last photo shows the back side of the Modern Woodmen Log Rolling ribbon with the manufacturer’s information.