The Garlinghouse family (Lucien B) started in Berryton with a farm and later moved into Topeka. They lived at 1516 SW Western, here is that house today. (It was not a Garlinghouse build or design) I am not entirely sure when they moved to this house, but I believe that it was near the turn of the century.
Garlinghouse died in 1907, so his widow was living there with her three
sons - George and Lewis were starting the real estate company, Elbannis
was another brother - a carpenter it looks like at this point.
L.B. Garlinghouse's obituary.
Topeka Daily Herald (Topeka, Kansas)
16 Jan 1907 Wed. Page 8
L.B. Garlinghouse Gone
Came to Shawnee County in 1870 - Suffered Paralytic Stroke
B. Garlinghouse, an old resident of Shawnee county, died early this
morning at his home, 1516 Western Avenue, Topeka. Death resulted from
paralysis. Mr Garlinghouse had been an invalid for years, and for
several months, his death had been considered only as a matter of time.
Yesterday he became unconscious and lay in a stupor the greater part of
the day and last night. He died shortly before 5 o'clock this morning.
He leaves a wife and six children- Dr O.L. Garlinghouse of Iola, KS; Mrs
L.B. Bushong of Admire, KS; and E.C. Garlinghouse, George L.
Garlinghouse, Lewis F. Garlinghouse, and Mrs. Edward S. Cowdrick, all of
Topeka. The funeral arrangements have not yet been made.
Garlinghouse was born at Alexandria, Licking county, Ohio, on April 26,
1844. He was married on November 17, 1867, to Matilda R. Hanawalt. In
1870, Mr and Mrs Garlinghouse came to Kansas and settled in Shawnee
county. Until about three years ago they lived on a farm south of
Topeka. Since they they have lived in the city.
was one of the best known farmers and stock raisers in Shawnee county up
until the time of his retirement from active life. About nine years ago
he received an accident which resulted in a stroke of paralysis, and
was an invalid the greater part of the time from then until his death.