Person:William Baum (5)

Watchers
  1. William Baum1876 - 1935
  2. Harry J. Baum1882 - 1971
m. 31 JAN 1901
m. ABT 1907
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4] William Baum
Gender Male
Birth[5][6] JAN 1876 Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana
Residence[5] JUN 1900 living with Don G. Lytle and his brother Charles R. Lytle in Steamboat Springs, Routt County, Colorado
Marriage 31 JAN 1901 (Old) Colorado City (now part of Colorado Springs), El Paso County, Coloradoto Lottie M. Bell
Residence[8] 1902 1512 N. Corona in Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Occupation[9][10] BET 1902 AND 1910 lather
Marriage ABT 1907 to Verna unknown
Residence[10] 1910 Silver Bow County, Montana
Residence[11] BET 1920 AND 1930 Klamath Falls, Klamath County, Oregon
Death? Willow Ranch, Modoc County, California
Burial[7] 27 MAY 1935 Linkville Cemetery, Klamath Falls, Klamah County, Oregon

The Porter County Vidette, Valparaiso, Indiana, reported on February 7, 1901, in the wedding announcement of William Baum to Lottie Bell that William was the step-son of Don G. Lytle. Don G. Lytle was Lottie Bell's first cousin.

References
  1. The Evening Messenger, Valparaiso, Indiana, November 11, 1915.
  2. Porter County Vidette, February 7, 1901.
  3. Porter County Vidette, Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana, 7 Feb 1901.
  4. Obituary, Mary Abigail (Herr) Lytle, Valparaiso Evening Messenger, 29 Mar 1913.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Census, 1900, Steamboat Springs Precinct, Routt County, Colorado.
  6. Marriage Record Report, Lottie Bell William Baum, State of Colorado, No. 1145, 1-31-1901.
  7. "Linkville Cemetery, Klamath Falls, Oregon", Edited by Carol A.Crandell, 1983, Klamath Basin Genealogy Society
    p. 6.
  8. Colorado Springs city directory, 1902.
  9. Colorado Springs city directory, 1902.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Census, 1910, Butte, Silver Bow County, Montana.
  11. Census, 1920, Klamath Falls, Klamath County, Oregon.

    shown as "single" on census