South Dakota References
Note: Unless another source is mentioned, all items on this page come from: 75 Years of Sully County History, 1883 - 1958, edited by Mrs. E. L. Thompson.
A Buford Bramblette is listed in the index as being mentioned on page 413 of 100 Years of a Proud People, 1883 - 1983, A History of Sully County, SD. The index was created by Darrell Fransen.
[photo - High School Students, Class of 1926. Standing, left to right -
Katherine (Schreiber) Jacobsen, Marie (Sorenson) McGuire, Dora (Merrill) Archer, Vera (Morris) Clark, Emma (Cass) Chipman, Charlotte Tegland, Edna (Falkenhagen) Smith, Margaret (Christopher) Mundt, Grace (Sutton) Smith; Olaf Clausen, Miss Tishler and Frank Brown, teachers; Gertrude (Cass) White, Helen (Bouchie) Schollian, Genevive (Cass) Brehe, Grace (Brehe) Smith, Dorothy (Currier) Martin, Arlene Christopher, Dorothy (Huse) Miller and May (Hayes) Christopher. Middle row - Kermit Doerr, Orville Fairbank, Coleman Smith, Floyd Christopher, Wilbur Lehmkuhl, Maxwell Robbennolt, Rudolph Mundt, Maurice Sorenson, Isaac Smith and John Smith. Front row - Orin Schollian, Robert Blaine, Dick Bramblette, Raymond Gere, Earl Bever, Leonard Bever Meade Barber and Joe Mundt.]
[photo - Basketball Team, 1927. Back row, left to right - Robert Blaine, John
Smith Leonard Bever, Elmer Weideman, Raymond Gere, Oren Schollian and Dick
Bramblette. Front row - Joe Mundt, Coleman Smith, Kermit Doerr, Orville Fairbank and Maurice Sorenson.]
[photo - South Troy School, 1940. Matte Muldoon, teacher. Back row, left to
right - Velva Brehe, Madge Bramblette, Lois Byrtini and Mabel Byrum. Front row - Alice Byrum,, Mike Mikkelsen, Jake Weischedel, Wayne Teets and Mildred Byrum. Rhythm and at Music Festival.]
... Approximately 150 pelicans spent the night near the Dick Bramblette farm...
Many pioneers passed away: Mrs. Myrtle Glessner, Mrs. Louis Spaid, Henry
Wilkins, Mrs. Ruby Haines, Mrs. Isabella Pierce, Buford Bramblett, Charles E.
Johnson, and Paul Butzman . .
The J. A. Buck homestead is now owned by Mrs. John Neuman. Her father,
Chester Bramblette, a settler of 1924, gave the farm to her at the time of his death.
Elmer LaFave, his wife Louise, their daughter LaVon, and their son Veryl and his wife Peggy and small son live on the old Dexheimer homestead now owned by Richard Bramblette. LaVon is attending Huron College.
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