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Crone family documents and photos submitted by Marian Murphy
Four generations of the Crone family. Hiram Walter Crone (left), Glenn Crone (in sailor suit), Helen Haight-Crone, Guy Crone (back) son of Hiram, father of Glenn. Hiram Walter Crone was born in Jones Co., Iowa, moved to Kansas, and died in Altamont, Mo. He is buried at Winston cemetery in Winston, Mo.
Celebrate Their Golden Wedding

MARRIED—Near Wyoming, Iowa, on October 16th, 1856, Mr. William Crone was united in marriage with Miss Helen Haight. On Tuesday, Oct. 16th, 1906, at their pleasant home in the city of Superior, Nebraska, this highly respected couple celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary, by inviting a number of their friends and relatives to spend the day with them and partake of a splended dinner.

Mr. William Crone was born in Morris county, N.J., on the 7th of May, 1831, where he resided until 24 years of age, when he removed to Iowa in the fall of 1855. In 1862 he enlisted in the Union army serving his country faithfully two years and eleven months.

Miss Helen Haight was born in Madison county, N.Y., June 11th, 1831, and moved from there to Wyoming, Jones county, Iowa in the fall of 1855.

Mr. and Mrs. Crone lived in the vicinity of Wyoming until 1878 when they cast their lot with the people of the great west, settling on a farm in the northern part of Jewell county, Kansas, sharing alike the reverses and good fortunes of their neighbors until in 1904, when they sold their farm and on July 20th moved to Superior where they have since resided, enjoying the esteem and confidence of all their acquaintences. Mr. and Mrs. Crone are to be congratulated upon having arrived at the advanced stage of married life when they can celebrate their golden wedding, and we sincerely hope they may live to see many more returns of the day commemorating the sacred union which has been so well lived out.

They were the recipients of many beautiful and useful gifts as follows:
Set of Dishes, Mr. and Mrs. Wales Woodard, Erastus Woodard,
Mrs. Cinda Crone and Mrs. Walter Crone.
Water Set and 1/2 dozen Glasses, Mr. Walter Crone.
Cold Meat Fork, Mesdames Geo. Goodhart, J. S. Saum and Charley
Goodhart of Adair, Iowa.
China Cups and Saucers, Mr. and Mrs. Harris.
Souvenir Spoon, Miss Belle Sights of La Harpe, Ill.
Butter Knife, Mr. and Mrs. Woodard of Lincoln, Neb.
Salid Dish, Francis, Nellie and Kate Crone.
Sofa Cushion, Mrs. John Schlitt.
Toilet Towel, Miss Gertie Woodard.
Parlor Lamp, Mrs. Dr. Gossard of Webber Kans, Mr. and Mrs.
Pitzenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Spitzler of Courtland, Kans.
$20.00 Gold, Mr. Walter Crone.
$5.00 Gold, Mr. A. V. Gard.
$5.00 Gold, Miss L. J. Heigh.
$5.00 Gold, Daniel and Mary Merritt.
$2.50 Mr. Harry Spencer, Dover, N.J.
Carving Knife, Mr. George Goodhart, Adair, Iowa.

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