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Christian Stoner
(1800-1875)
Mary Neff
(1798-1879)
Gabriel Fleck
(Abt 1820-1891)
Rebecca Stoner
(1826-1902)
Ira Stoner Fleck
(1847-1917)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Sarah Fleck

Ira Stoner Fleck 1

  • Born: 24 Mar 1847, Blair County, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Marriage (1): Sarah Fleck on 27 Jan 1874 in Dixon, , Illinois, USA
  • Died: 20 Dec 1917, Bunker Hill, Russell County, Kansas, USA at age 70
  • Buried: Russell City Cemetery, Russell, Russell County, Kansas, USA
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bullet  General Notes:

Ira S. is editor of a newspaper and lives in Russell, Kansas,
where he has been prominent for some thirty years, serving as county clerk
and also as a member of the Kansas legislature. He married Sarah Fleck.

Obituary:
IRA S. FLECK, dealer in agricultural implements, and farmer is the son of Gabriel and Rebecca Fleck, both of whom were natives of Pennsylvania. Ira S. was born in Sinking Valley, Blain (sic) Co., Pa., March 24, 1847.

While a lad he attended common school, and such advantages as the public schools offered were the only means he ever had of receiving an education. As he became older he would work on the farm in summer and attend school in winter, and this course he pursued until 1866, when his time was divided between farm work and teaching. In March, 1870 he moved to Dixon, Illinois where he continued his business of farming and teaching until the spring of 1873, when he moved to Kansas and located in Russell County, about three miles south of the village of Bunker Hill, where his time was given to farming exclusively.

On January 27, 1874 he was married at Dixon, Ill., to Miss Sarah Fleck, a native of Blair County, Pa. One child has been the issue of this marriage: Alice May, born June 8, 1875.

Mr. Fleck has held various township offices and in the fall of 1874 was elected Superintendent of Public Instruction of Russell County, which office he held for three successive terms. In the fall of 1880 he was elected to represent Russell County in the General Assembly, and served in the Legislature of 1881. In 1876 Mr. Fleck organized the Republican party of Russell County and put an end to a feud that had long existed in which the only political distinction known was "county-seat" and "anti-county-seat". Mr. Fleck, in addition to looking after the interests of his farm, is also engaged in dealing in agricultural implements, at Bunker Hill.


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Ira married Sarah Fleck, daughter of John George Fleck and Nancy Buck, on 27 Jan 1874 in Dixon, , Illinois, USA. (Sarah Fleck was born in 1846, died in 1925 and was buried in Russell City Cemetery, Russell, Russell County, Kansas, USA.)


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Sources


1 Jesse C. Sell, 1911.


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