Notes for MINNIE ROE:

Daughter of Joseph Etling and Almira Malissa (Edon) Roe.
Born: January, 1870 in Cub Creek, Jefferson County, Nebraska.
Died: Before 1904 in Unknown.
1870 - Union Township, Fulton County, Illinois.
1880 - Cub Creek, Jefferson County, Nebraska.

Note: Not in 1900 census with family.

1870 Census

1880 Census
name: Minnie Roe
residence: Cub Creek, Jefferson, Nebraska
birthdate: 1870
birthplace: Illinois, United States
relationship to head: Daughter
spouse's name:
spouse's birthplace:
father's name: J. E. Roe
father's birthplace: New York, United States
mother's name: A. M. Roe
mother's birthplace: Illinois, United States
race or color (expanded): White
ethnicity (standardized): American
gender: Female
martial status: Single
age (expanded): 10 years
nara film number: T9-0750
page: 589
page character: D
entry number: 2018
film number: 1254750
Household Gender Age
parent J. E. Roe M 35
parent A. M. Roe F 36
Minnie Roe F 10
Arthur Roe M 7

Mr. Roe was married in 1869 to Miss Almira M. Edon, who was born in Pike county, Illinois, and was reared and educated in that state. Her parents, John and Emeline Edon, were natives of England and both died in Illinois. Two years after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Roe came by team and wagon to Jefferson county, and their first home here was a sod house eighteen by twenty-four feet. They have one son, Arthur C. Roe, who assists in the operation of the home farm. They also lost a daughter, Minnie, who died at the age of thirty years. She had been a successful and popular music teacher, and she was greatly loved for her many good qualities of heart and mind, for she possessed a loving disposition and her life was characterized by many kindly acts.
(Source: A biographical and genealogical history of southeastern Nebraska Vol 2 by Lewis Publishing Company; 1904)