Indiana McCaslins

Lucinda ?(McKean)1865

Lucinda ?(McKean)
Married name
Lucinda McKean
Birth March 1865
Immigration 1867 (Age 22 months)

Birth of a daughter
Lizzie McKean
June 1886 (Age 21 years)
Death of a childInfant McKean
before 1900 (Age 34 years)

Death of a childInfant McKean
before 1900 (Age 34 years)

Census 1900 (Age 34 years)
Census 1905 (Age 39 years)

Immigration1900 US Federal Census
Census1905 Kansas State Census
Shared note

In the 1900 US Federal Census for Ford, Ford, Kansas, 41-year-old Iowa-born farmer Lyman and his 35-year-old German-born wife Lucinda [maiden name unknown] McKean have been married 16-years and have had three children, but only one 13-year-old Kansas-born Lizzie is living. Also in this household is Lymans 76-year-old Missouri-born widowed father. Lyman W McKean. Lizzie has attended school three months of the past year. Lucinda immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1867 when she was 2-years old. Lyman is renting the land he farms.

In the 1905 Kansas State Census for Ford, Ford, Kansas, 46-year-old Iowa-born farmer Lyman McKean owns the land he farms free of mortgage. He and his 36-year-old German-born domestic servant wife Lucinda have in their household their children, 17-year-old Kansas-born Lizzie and 3-year-old Kansas-born Ralph J. Lyman came to Kansas from Clark County, Missouri and Lucinda came to Kansas from St Clair County, Missouri.