Family Group Sheet data from: Pat O'Dell -
John Luellen/Lewellen
birthdate and birthplace
c1832 Ohio
death date, place
1870-1873 Wilson Co, Ks
1st marriage
23 May 1855 Taylor Co,Ia
Zadock Luellen
Sarah Sickles
Selena L. Gambell [Gammel]
birthdate and place
c1829 Ohio
deathdate and place
Frederick Gambell
#1 Susan born c1856 Taylor Co, Ia
died not on 1860 census
#2 Henry born 1858 Missouri
married 21 Sep 1891 Wilson Co, Ks: Mrs America E. Wise Shelton
#3 Rozene E. born c1860? Taylor Co, Ia
married 22 Jan 1878 Wilson Co, Ks: Samuel T. Davidson
#4 Etta Mae born c1862 Taylor Co, Ia
married 05 Jan 1882 Wilson Co, Ks: George W. Allen
died 1918/1919? Arkansas
buried Lincoln Co, Okla
#5 Clara born c1867 Wilson Co, Ks
#6 M. born c1870 Wilson Co, Ks
back to back to
1856 Taylor Co, Polk twp, Iowa
John Luellen, 24 m Ohio, married, 3 yrs in Iowa
Selena Luellen, 27 f Ohio, married
Thomas [Wingardner] 11 m Iowa [was living with Selena's parents 1850 Page Co, Ia census]
Susan Luellen 0 f Iowa
1860 Taylor Co, Mason Twp, Iowa with Joseph Garner family
John Luellen, 27 m Ohio
Salina Luellen, 35 f Penn
Thomas [Wingardner] 15 m Iowa
Henry Luellen 2 m Mo
1870 Wilson Co, Kansas
John Lewellyn, 38 m farmer Ohio
S. Lewellyn, 33 f Penn
H. Lewellyn, 12 m Mo
R.E. Lewellyn, 10 f Iowa
E.M. Lewellyn, 8 f Iowa
C. Lewellyn, 3 f Kansas
unnamed Lewellyn, 3/12 Kansas
Note: both John and Selena Luellen died by 1873 in Wilson Co, Kansas and Pat Hart (deceased, grgrandaughter of Etta May) said that guardian accounts of the four children stated that they would be looked after by T.J. Rothgeb, Robert Morgan, John E. King, J.W. Paulin, Daniel Wiltrout, Orval Jeffers, J.J. Hess and Mathias Trout. Unknown if any of these were relatives of the children.
1880 Wilson Co, Center Twp, Kansas
Jackson Wiltrout 38 Pa Pa Pa
Maria Wiltrout 25 In Oh In
George Wiltrout 3 m Ks Pa In
Nellie Wiltrout 1 f Ks Pa In
Henry Luellen 25 m hand Ks parents unknown
1880 Wilson Co, Fall River twp, Kansas
Samuel Davidson, 23, m, Mo Ten, Mo
Rosena Davidson, 18, f, Ia (Ind) (Ind)
Edward Davidson, 5/12, m, Jan 1880, Ks Mo Ia
Ettie M. Luellen, 17, sister-in-law, Ia (Ind) (Ind)
1900 Pawnee, Lincoln Co, Okla
George Allen, Oct 1859 41, married 17 yrs, Ia Ireland NY
Etta M. Allen, Sep 1861 38, married 17 yrs, Ia Va Del; 4 children 4 living
Martha J. Allen, Apr 1884 16 Ok
Carrie S. Allen, Mar 1887 13 Ok
Alva H. Allen, Mar 1889 11 Ok
1910 Pawnee, Lincoln Co, Ok
George W. Allen 52, married 29 yrs; Ia Ia In
May Allen, 48, married 29 yrs; Ia Ia Ia; 4 children 4 living
William J. Allen, 18 m Ok Ia Ia
1920 Little Rock, Pulaski Co, Ark
George Allen, 59 Ia US US
Annie Allen, 57 Oh Eng Eng
Thomas Heath, 29 stepson, Ark Tx Oh
1930 Pawnee, Lincoln Co, Okla
Ura H. Allen 42 married at age 26 yrs, Ks US US
Jessie M. Allen 37 married at age 22 yrs, Mo Oh Oh
Otis Allen, 11 Ok
Lorina Allen, 9 Ok
William Allen 7 Ok
Jack P. Allen 5 Ok
Fredonia, Kansas Herald newspaper, Jun 3, 1968

George E. Leuellen passed away at St Margaret's hospital on Friday, May 31 [1968]. He was born in Fredonia [Kansas] on July 26, 1896 the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Leuellen. He was a veteran of World War I and was a member of the American Legion, Charles Walter Post No 8 in Fredonia.

Survivors include his wife, Ruby C. of the home; three daughters, Mrs Charles (Georgia) Ogle; Mrs Jessie McGee; and Mrs Spud (Mary) Huguenin all of Fredonia; two brothers, Cecil Leuellen of Pittsburg and Tom Leuellen of Fredonia; and 10 grandchildren.

Services will be held Tuesday June 4, 2:30 pm in the Dunham Chapel with Rev Wayne Ware of the Pilgrim Holiness church of Fall River, officiating. Burial will be in the Weakly cemetery with Military graveside services.

Fredonia, Kansas Herald, Feb 17, 1969

Wilma F. Luellen, of Fredonia, passed away at St Margaret's hospital on February 14. She was born on Dec 28, 1907 in Fredonia, the daughter of Alphonson D. Mellen and Jennie Googins Osborn. She was the wife of Thomas H. Luellen.

Survivors include her husband, Thomas of the home; one daughter, Mrs Milo (Norma) Anderson of Stoughton, Wisconsin; and one sister, Mrs Laura Cathcart of Little Rock, California.

Services will be held Tuesday, February 18, 2:30 pm in the Dunham-Timmons Chapel with the Rev David C. Downing of the First Christian Church officiating. Interment will be in the Fredonia City cemetery.

Fredonia, Kansas Herald, Sep 22, 1969

Cecil Luellen passed away Thursday, September 18, at Mt Carmel Hospital in Pittsburg. He was born August 21, 1904, at Fredonia [Kansas], to Henry and America Leullen. He had made his home in Pittsburg where he was employed by the Salvation Army, for the past five years. He was a veteran of World War II.

Survivors are one brother, Tom Leuellen; his sister-in-law, Mrs Ruby Luellen; three nieces Mrs Georgia Ogle, Mrs Jessie McGee and Mrs Mary Hugenin; all of Fredonia.

Graveside services, conducted by Rev Wayne Ware, will be held at the Fredonia City Cemetery at 2 pm Tuesday, September 23. Interment will be in the family plot.

Fredonia, Kansas Herald, Jun 28, 1970

Thomas Howard Luellen, 907 N. 12th, Fredonia [Kansas], passed away Thursday, June 24. His wife, Wilma Luellen, preceded him in death on February 14, 1969.

He was born June 27, 1899, at Fredonia to Henry Luellen and America Wise Luellen and was a laborer in the lumber business. There are no immediate survivors.

Graveside services and interment were held Monday, June 28 at 10 a. in the Fredonia City Cemetery with Rev. George Almquist of the First United Methodist Church officiating. Dunham - Timmons Funeral Home had charge of the arrangements.

Fredonia, Kansas Herald, Mar 29, 1971

Ruby Marie Luellen, a resident of Fredonia, passed away at her home on Sunday, March 28. She was born August 23, 1908, at Middletown, Kansas the daughter of Charles and Jennie Cooper. She was married to George E. Luellen who preceded her in death in 1968. She was a member of the New Albany Methodist Church and the American Legion Auxilliary.

She is survived by three daughters, Mrs Charles (Georgia) Ogle; Mrs Karell (Jessie) McGee and Mrs L.D. (Mary) Huguenin, all of Fredonia; one sister, Mrs Maggie Stryker of Moab, Utah, and ten grandchildren.

Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, March 31, at 2:30 in the Chapel at the Dunham-Timmons Funeral Home with Rev Wayne Ware, pastor of the Wesleyan Church of Fall River officiating. Interment will be in the Weakly Cemetery.