Friday, March 10, 2017

Julia Louise Schmidt


My cousin 2x removed 

Julia Louise Schmidt was born 11 Dec 1902 in Kansas City, MO and died 25 May 1968 in Kansas City, MO.




She was a career women before the was such a thing. She worked at a law firm as a stenographer. Bundschu & Bailey. They had several high profile cases I found. One in particular interested me because of the Judges last name. Broaddus.


Julia Louise Schmidt was born on 11 Dec 1902 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA as the ninth child of Peter J Schmidt and Julia Frances Becker. She had nine siblings, namely: Corinne Carolina, Edward Joseph, Burnetta M., Cornelia Mary, Estelle Leona, Arthur Henry, Fred Charles Joseph, Ernest Louis, and Baby. She died on 25 May 1968 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA. When she was 32, she married William Ellis Broaddus,son of Andrew Shirley Broaddus and Eva Marie Ellis, on 18 Oct 1935.

Julia Louise Schmidt lived in Kansas Ward 10, Jackson, Missouri in 1910. She lived in Kansas Ward 10, Jackson, Missouri in 1910. She lived in Kansas Ward 10, Jackson, Missouri, USA in 1910 (Age: 7; Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Daughter). She lived in Kansas City Ward 10, Jackson, Missouri, USA in 1920 (Age: 17; Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Daughter). She lived in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri in 1930 (Age: 26; Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Daughter). She lived in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri in 1930. She lived in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri in 1930. She lived in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri in 1935. She lived in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri in 1935. She lived in Kansas City, Missouri, USA in 1939. She lived in Kansas City, Missouri, USA in 1939. She lived in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA on 01 Apr 1940 (Age: 37; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife). She lived in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States on 01 Apr 1940 (Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife). She was employed as a Stenographer. Race: (White)


  


Wandell v. Ross

Annotate this Case
245 S.W.2d 689 (1952)

WANDELL et al. v. ROSS et al. (two cases).

Nos. 21626-21628.

Kansas City Court of Appeals, Missouri.

January 7, 1952.

*690 Clif Langsdale, Gibson Langsdale, Kansas City, for appellants.

Bundschu, Bailey & Hodges, Clarence H. Dicus and Glenn E. McCann, all of Kansas City, for respondents.

Richard C. Jensen, Kansas City, for appellant-respondent Joseph G. Ross.

BROADDUS, Presiding Judge.

On 18th Oct 1935 she married William Ellis Broaddus, who worked for a Norris Broaddus at the Stock Yards Exchange Building in Kansas City, MO.



Livestock Exchange History

In 1945, the Kansas City livestock market was an institution of national importance.

At the height of its operations (between 1911 and 1951), the stockyards sold millions of cattle, including cows, hogs, sheep, horses, and many other animals. By 1984, the up and coming feedlot operations and auction sales reduced cattle receipts in the stockyards, and the stockyards were sold to a group of investors to try to save the yards. In 1991, the stockyards held its last auction.











All the above photos are of the Kansas City, MO Stock Yard.

I am still research his side so there's more to come in the future.



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