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Posted Queries for November thru December 1999


KRUGHEL, MUNSON, PENZOKOFFER posted by Marilyn M Bohac on Tuesday, November 2, 1999

Marie KRUGHEL b 1872-married Elmer MUNSON,and her sister Anna KRUGHEL married William PENZOKOFFER,,both sisters resided in Bele Plaines area in late 1800s early 1900s/.I am interested in finding desendants to share inforamtion on the Krughel family.

MILLBURN, NEAD, WOOD posted by Robert Wood on Saturday, November 6, 1999

WOOD NEAD MILLBURN Searching for information on my g grandfathers son. Oscar A. Wood was born to Addison Wood and Lydia Nead Millburn. Born in Robins, IA in 1900. Lived at Shellsburg, died in 1965.

PENROSE, SCHNEYER, SNAIR, SNYRE posted by Marsha Allen on Wednesday, November 10, 1999

SCHNEYER, Fred & Catharine are listed in the 1870 Census for Canton Twp, Benton Co, IA. They are farmers. Fred SCHNEYER age 48, born Prussia, and Catharine age 52, born Prussia; Caroline age 16, born Massachusetts; Adelia age 12, born MA; Harry age 9, born MA. Five dwellings earlier is the PENROSE family of Joseph and Phoebe and children, William, Adella, Lavina, Mary B. Twelve years later, Adella PENROSE and Harry SCHNEYER get married and raise a family in Colorado. Does anyone know of these families? When the SCHNEYERs were living in Massachusetts, it was in Stockbridge, Berkshire Co. Their name was spelled SNAIR in the 1860 census, yet was SNYRE in 1861 when son Harry was born. (They obviously didn't know how to spell their name or to correct someone else's spelling. They are the same people because of other facts!) I thank you for your time. Please contact me! Marsha Allen, Tempe, AZ dtmallen@impulsedata.net

RIEKE, SCHERGER posted by Howard Shanks on Thursday, November 11, 1999

Looking for information on the Chris RIEKE family that came to Benton Co. in 1874. Interested in contacting anyone working on this family and decendents. This includes the Jacob SCHERGER family.

MARTIN posted by H. K. Shabdue on Tuesday, November 16, 1999

MARTIN

BARTON, FOX posted by Susan Sparks on Monday, November 22, 1999

BARTON, FOX I am looking for information on the Enos Barton family of Shellsburg, Benton, Iowa. His daughter, Catherine M. Barton, married Peter Fox (abt. 1885)in Adams county Nebraska and then disappeared. She is next found in California as Catherine Thain in the early 1900's. Any information about this family would be appreciated. I also have information I would like to share.

BAHR, HANSEN, HOFFMAN posted by Don Hayden on Tuesday, November 23, 1999

On 10/25/97 I received an e-mail from a lady by the name of Carol who had found some information on HANSEN, HOFFMAN, & BAHR. The only thing is I lost her e-mail address due to computer crashes;etc. If anyone knows of her could they please advise me. Thanx

TEN EYCK, TENEYCK, TENYCK posted by Linda Bonnell on Saturday, November 27, 1999

TENEYCK,TENYCK,TEN_EYCK 1800S Vinton,Benton co.IA Henry TenEyck farmed in the area 1860s. B Teneyck was in company D 9th Iowa Inf+Cav during Civil War. Were these men from the same family? Who was the Tenyck on page 212 of Pioneers Recol- lections? Did the TenEycks move to Iowa from Canada,NJ,NY? http://www.my-ged.com/ayers TenEyck site is missing Iowa information and would appreciate genealogy info not for profit please and thanks!

KING posted by James R. King on Thursday, December 2, 1999

KING, Stephen Riley born Vinton, Benton,Iowa 23 June 1858. Father also KING, Stephen Riley reportedly born in either Virginia or Germany? This last KING, S.R. had a large family. In 1878 he was listed as being in the Cedar Twsp. Also listed in 1870 census. Need all info especially parents of the first KING, Stephen Riley VA or GER.

DECKEROW, DECKROW posted by E. Melby on Friday, December 3, 1999

DECKEROW or DECKROW looking for information from Canton township, Shellsberg, 1861 to 1884. Information, and or all most appreciated.

STRAWHECKER posted by E. Melby on Friday, December 3, 1999

STRAWHECKER, Mrs. Elizabeth Heitchew, from Shellsberg, 1856- 1892. Any and all information most apppreciated.

KERN posted by MaryLu McClure on Sunday, December 5, 1999

Would like information on the parents and siblings of Jacob KERN born August 3, 1842 in Wuerttemberg (Germany). Came to New York 1878. Settled in Benton County, Iowa.

FINKLE, MULLINEX, VAN DUSEN posted by Marilyn Schoop on Saturday, December 11, 1999

Searching for any descendants of Samuel and Deborah VAN_DUSEN MULLINEX who lived in Shellsburg from 1880 to 1897. Samuel died in 1897 and Deborah in 1891 in Shellsburg and are buried there in old Oakwood Cem. They migrated to Benton County from Ogle Co, Illinois and before that from Andes, Delaware Co, NY. They married in Andes, NY in 1840 and had 12 children: Emmaline, Abigale, Mary, William, Richard, Samuel, Debby, Lyman, Johannes, Phoebe. Edward, and John DeWitt MULLINEX. Many of John DeWitt, William, and Edward's children lived around Shellsburg area. Want to correspond with any relatives. Looking for Pictures of Samuel and Deborah VAN_DUSEN MULLINEX and any information. Willing to share info I have. Richard and Esther Ann FINKLE MULLINEX are my gr-grandparents. They moved to Marshalltown, Marshall Co, IA. Need help on MULLINEX name.

SCHOELERMAN, SCHOLLERMAN posted by Roger Clinton on Saturday, December 11, 1999

Nicholas SCHOLLERMAN / SCHOELERMAN 1870 census Benton County need a copy of the entry for his family on page 125.

EMCKE, EMKE, EMPKE, HASCH posted by Kathy McCray on Tuesday, December 14, 1999

I am looking for information on Anna Helena "Lena" EMKE/EMCKE/EMPKE and her brother Wilhelm "Will". Lena is my g- grandmother who immigrated from Schleswig-Holstein in 1871. She married Henry HASCH in Blairstown, Benton Co.,IA in Nov., 1873. Am also looking for infornation on her parents, Hans and Gretje EMKE/EMCKE/EMPKE, who I recently learned are suppose to have immigrated from S-H in the early 1800's and are also suppose to have come to Benton Co. Any information and help would be appreciated. Thanks, Kathy

EMCKE, EMKE, EMPKE, HASCH posted by Kathy McCray on Tuesday, December 14, 1999

I am looking for information on Heinrich "Henry" HASCH. Henry is my g-grandfather who immgrated from Heide, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany in 1869 and came to Benton CO., IA after a short time in Chicago and Davenport. In Nov., 1873 he married Anna Helena "Lena" EMKE/EMCKE/EMPKE in Blairstown, Benton Co. Lena had immigrated from S-H in 1871. I believe Henry was a farmer altough I understand he had also worked as a mason. I would appreciate any information on either Henry or Lena (EMKE/EMCKE/EMPKE) HASCH. Thanks for your help. Kathy

MCNEAL posted by James E McNeal on Friday, December 17, 1999

Seeking information on James S MCNEAL lived in Garrison Ia 1860-1919.1st wife Mary Gilmore had 3 children, 2d wife Emma Bennett had 13 children. I have some information on Arl McNEAL a son from the second marriage, Arl lived in Vinton was married to Sadie Grimm. Any help would be appreciated.

KHILE, PROCHASKA posted by Barbara Eggleston Denton on Saturday, December 18, 1999

Looking for birth/death dates/places, ancestors and descendants of Anton or Anthony KHILE, listed as a blacksmith in Belle Plaine in 1878 on the Benton County Biographies page. Trying to confirm whether he is a son of Martin and Mary (PROCHASKA) KHILE of Tama County (listed in 1870 census). Also looking to identify ancestors of Joseph KHILE, b.26 Sep 1878, d.Sep 1972 in Atkins, Benton County, IA according to SSDI. Will appreciate any clues at all! Barbara Eggleston Denton




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