Louella "Lulu" M. Fauble

Female 1875 - 1925


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  • Name  Louella "Lulu" M. Fauble 
    Born  7 Jul 1875  Edwardsville, Wyandotte, Kansas, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
    Gender  Female 
    Died  4 Nov 1925  Emporia, Lyon, Kansas, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  [8, 9
    Buried  Maplewood Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon, Kansas, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I307  Kouns Family
    Last Modified  24 Nov 2009 

  • Sources 
    1. [S19] Census, 1880 Delaware, Wyandotte, Kansas.
      Census shows her to be 4 years old, living with parents, born in Kansas

    2. [S19] Census, 1885 Lang, Jefferson, Kansas.
      Census shows her to be 9 and living with her father, Minnie and Carrie.

    3. [S19] Census, 1895 Topeka Ward 1, Shawnee, Kansas.
      She is living with the Rorabaugh's and her sister, Carrie. She is 20

    4. [S19] Census, 1900 Emporia Ward 4, Lyon, Kansas, 12 Jun 1900.
      Census shows she is 24, born Jul 1875. She has been married for 1 year. She is the mother of 1, living, but no mention of child on this census. Census shows she was born in Kansas, father born in Pennsylvania, mother in Ohio.

    5. [S19] Census, 1910 Emporia Ward 1, Lyon, Kansas, 21 Apr 1910.
      Census shows she is 35, married 11 years. Mother of 1, 1 living.

    6. [S19] Census, 1920 Emporia Ward 1, Lyon, Kansas, 12 Jan 1920.
      Census shows her to be 44

    7. [S27] Obituary, 1930 Emporia Gazette (Kansas) Page 2, 6 Nov 1925.
      Funeral of Mrs. Morgan Saturday.
      Funeral services for Mrs. John E. Morgan will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the First Congregational church. Rev. J. H. J. Rice, pastor of the church, will be conducting the services. Burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery.
      Mrs. Morgan died suddenly Wednesday afternoon after an illness of three weeks duration, brought about chiefly by grief resulting from the recent death of her sister, Mrs. A. O. Rorabaugh of Wichita.
      Mrs. Morgan was Miss Lulu Fauhble before her marriage, coming to Emporia in the spring of 1897 and making her home at that time with her sister, Mrs. Rorabaugh, and Mr. Rorabaugh. She was born in Edwardsville, Kansas, July 7, 1875, and moved with her parents to Perry, Kansas, when she was a small child. She received her education in the Topeka schools. She was married to Dr. John E. Morgan October 5, 1898, and had lived in Emporia ever since.
      Mrs. Morgan is survived by her husband and two sons, Philip Morgan, a junior in the medical college of the University of Pennsylvania, and Lloyd Morgan, who attends the Walnut school. She was a member of the First Congregational Church.
      Out-of-town relatives here to attend the funeral are: A. O. Rorabaugh, of Wichita; Mrs. Harold McEwen of Oklahoma City; Maurice Penroy of Glendale, California; Mrs. C. W. Kouns, of Topeka; Mrs. Oliver F. Wright of Hutchinson; Mrs. Wayne Traylor of Lebo, and Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Jones of Lebo.
      Died after a three week illness "brought about chiefly by grief resulting from the recent death of her sister, Mrs. A. O. Rorabaugh, of Wichita.

    8. [S19] Census, Emporia, Lyon, Kansas, 21 Apr 1930.
      Census shows John to be widowed so Lulu must have died between the 1920 and 1930 censuses. Ancestral File shows death date 4 Nov 1925 in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas. Burial in Emporia, Lyon, Kansas.

    9. [S29] Index, Emporia Gazette Death Notices 1892-1989, Robert A. and Lois L. Hodge.
      Index shows death notice of Lulu, nee Fauble, Mrs. John E. Morgan appeared in the Emporia Gazette on 6 Nov 1925, which confirms the 4 Nov 1925 date from Ancestral File.