[Windsor Township and Howard County.]
The Feburary 10, 1870, special census lists the following: E. Simpson, E. Simpson Jr., George Simpson, L. E. Simpson, and Mary Simpson.
Windsor Township 1873: Ephraim, 60; spouse, Elizabeth, 38.
FROM THE NEWSPAPERS.
Cowley County Censor, July 1, 1871.
Board of County Commissioners met in special session at the County Clerk’s office in Winfield, June 27th, 1871. Present: T. A. Blanchard, G. H. Norton, and E. Simpson.
Winfield Courier, December 10, 1874.
E. Simpson, Esq., once county commissioner of Cowley County, now resides in Howard County, on Rock Creek, north of Howard City. He informs us that coal is furnished the schoolhouse in his district for 8 cents per bushel.
[DISTRICT COURT DOCKET: MARCH TERM.]
Winfield Courier, March 18, 1875.
CIVIL DOCKET. THIRD DAY. No. 446. Ephraim Simpson, vs. George W. Gardenhire.
THE WINFIELD COURIER. CENTENNIAL ISSUE. Thursday, Jan. 6, 1876.
T. A. BLANCHARD Nov. 8, 1870. Jan. 8, 1872.
G. H. NORTON Nov. 8, 1870. Jan. 8, 1872.
E. SIMPSON Nov. 8, 1870. Jan. 8, 1872.
Lazette. The first marriage, December 25, 1870, was that of Richard Miller and Flora Dudley, by E. Simpson, the first Justice of the Peace. [Ephraim Simpson was appointed by Governor Osborn.]
WINDSOR TOWNSHIP BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD - PAGES 8 AND 9
SON-IN-LAW OF EPHRAIM AND LUCINDA SIMPSON: JOSEPH H. SWEET.