Category Archives: Osborne County Kansas

A SPECIAL NAME FOR A SPECIAL BABY….

1862 Richard was sent to Oil City Venango County Pennsylvania where their last child was born by the name of Richard Lincoln ‘Link’ Caruthers on October 29th. It’s all in the name. Family stories passed down through generations is that … Continue reading

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1858 Off To Kansas

In 1858 Richard was chosen to travel to the Kansas Territory. He Came to Kansas with a Methodist Delegation for the selections of lands for a Methodist University by the name of Baker University located in Baldwin, Douglas County Kansas. … Continue reading

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A YOUNG REBELLION..

I’m going to dedicate today’s memory to a new found cousin. She too comes down through our Caruthers line but is a generation ahead of me and that’s what makes thing work out with your family history. Each generation can tell … Continue reading

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REBECCA CARUTHERS

Rebecca was the eleventh child of Richard Ewing Caruthers and Eleanor Rebecca Findley Caruthers born in 1827 at Cowanshannock, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. She too was a God fearing woman and was raised in the Presbyterian faith. Rebecca was only fifteen … Continue reading

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“Home of The Soul.”

Through his last sickness of dysentery he was calm, peaceful and happy, talking much of the love of Jesus, and the power of his grace, and especially of what he had done for him. He delighted much in the Word … Continue reading

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