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Posted Queries for August 2001


BURK, KAVANAGH posted by Tom Burk on Wednesday, August 1, 2001

BURK Looking for information related to Thomas BURK, born Van Horne, Iowa 12 February, 1865. Believe Fathers name is Thomas Edward or Eduard BURK and Mothers name Bridgette KAVANAGH. In particular interested in birthplace of Thomas Edward and/or Bridgette KAVANAGH.

ANDERSON, COPENHAVER posted by Debora A. (Mcfarland) Kroll on Thursday, August 2, 2001

Need help find Margaret ANDERSON who married Samuel COPENHAVER around 1861.They frist born was born 12/1861 in Benton County,Iowa Beall COPENHAVER if anyone heard of her and the family Please contact me.Thank You all DebK.

BRECHT, HORWEDEL posted by Patricia Sparks on Friday, August 3, 2001

I am searching for information on my great-grandparents Linus HORWEDEL and Mary Philomena BRECHT HORWEDEL of Norway , Iowa. Thanks so much, Patricia

MOBRAY, MOUBRAY, MOWBRAY, MUBRAY posted by Stephen King on Saturday, August 4, 2001

I'm resident in London, England, and therefore have a slight problem with doing research in the USA, but I'm hoping someone may be able to help ! Thomas MOWBRAY with his family was a resident of Benton County in 1900, when he shows up in the census there. He had four or five sons, and stated he was born in Wisconsin, around 1856. I'm wondering if anyone might have access to the Wisconsin Census (Indexed ??) for 1855 (State)or 1860 and 1870, and be able to fit him into it. I very much doubt there would be more than one or two families of the name there then. The spelling comes out as MOBRAY, MOUBRAY and MUBRAY too !! Perhaps also, there might be something useful in Benton County records, as I believe he may have died there, though don't know the date. I'm happy to conduct a return search in any London archive. Perhaps

HANOVER, SNYDER posted by Robert Barker on Sunday, August 5, 2001

SNYDER HANOVER: Looking for information on Moses and Carrie (HANOVER)SNYDER. Only info I have show that they lived in Shellsburg (1880) and later in the Benton Township (ca 1917). They had a son named Ancel, born 1889. Carrie died in 1959. Would like to find out when Moses died, and where family is buried, or any other info available.

DENMAN, WEATHERWAX posted by Robert Barker on Sunday, August 5, 2001

DENMAN WEATHERWAX: Looking for information on Moses DENMAN who married Jane Ann WEATHERWAX in 1855. Info I have says that they had 4 children: Orrilla, Elsie, Herbert & Fred. Family lived in Vinton/Taylor Township. Moses died in 1905, Jane Ann in 1912 (both buried "somehwere in Vinton"). Copy of an old diary I have says that "Rilla" Denman's husband died on Nov. 13, 1899; unfortunately, her husband's name was not given. I am looking for any additional information on the Denman family and their descendants.

HASEK, WEISS posted by Stacey Smith on Thursday, August 9, 2001

I am looking for information on Mathias WEISS b 27 June 1828 in Baden Germany and Anna Marie HASEK,b. 22 February 1841 m. 31 March 1861 in Germany. Arrived in United States on December 16, 1875 in New York on the SS Wieland. I am trying to locate the cemetery they are buried in. All I have been told is to look between Newhall and Atkins, Iowa. Any help would be appreciated.

LITTLE EGYPT posted by Kelly Loveless on Monday, August 13, 2001

LITTLE_EGYPT: I am looking for the geographical location of this "neighborhood." It has quite a rich history of stories when you read both the early histories of Linn and Benton Twp. East from Oak Grove Church will eventually lead you into Pleasant Creek Park. At one time there was a Turkey farm, Evens and Pickerills farming and living in this particular area. There was a stage coach route through here in the 1800's and the old Lewis Bottom Double Decker School House. The next rd East (now 59th st Trail leads you into a trailer court. This area has an old church/school that was burned and now is part of a home. Traveling just a tad farther towards Linn County is the McBoom Cemetery. What I would like to know is where is Little Egypt and what is the name of this trailer area. The Lower Stone School House sets on the next "trail" # farther east.

BROWN, HUSTON posted by Bob Brown and Cathie Nelson on Tuesday, August 21, 2001

BROWN, HUSTON -- Looking for descendents of Huston BROWN. Also looking for anyone who may have knowledge of who Huston BROWN's parents were. Huston was born in 1832 in Kentucky but it is believed that sometime prior to the 1850 census, the BROWN family moved to Iowa. I have much information on Huston himself from 1863 until his death in 1880 (Benton County). I am looking for information on Huston BROWN from his 1832 birth until 1863 when Huston enlisted into the Civil War.

SITTLER posted by Jean Klebenow on Saturday, August 25, 2001

Searching for any information about John SITTLER who was killed in a hand car accident on the Newton and Northwestern railroad near Rinard?. Event happened in 1908. Information from Boone Co Democrat, Boone 30 Oct 1908. Article stated John SITTLER taken to Belle Plaine for internment. Am searching SITTLER name. Thanks, Jean

GEYER, GUYER, SIMMER posted by Evan Guyer on Sunday, August 26, 2001

Can anyone help me finding a Tom GUYER, who might have spelled it GEYER back then in the late 1800's in PA. He died in 1944 in Iowa. He had a brother named Mancel who is buried in Dunkerton Ia. He also had 3 sisters but I don't know their names, one lived in S.D. and one was in Oklahoma. He is my Great Grandfather, he had 10 kids, one was my Grandfather - Charles C. GUYER, who lived in Atkins and died is 1969. He and his wife - Louise Marie SIMMER who died in 1977 also had a farm in Benton County. Thanks for any help you can give me.

STEVENS, TUCKER posted by Marcheta on Tuesday, August 28, 2001

STEVENS, Isaac, Harriet (TUCKER), John Loomis, Caroline, Frances, and William. Isaac came to the area with a railroad project. Son, John Loomis STEVENS took bar examination in Vinton according to family lore. Looking for any additional information on any family member. Happy to share what I have on descendants.

DENMAN posted by Sharon on Wednesday, August 29, 2001

I need a look up from the 1856 State Census there is a Margaret DENMAN in there that I would like to know more about, to see who is with her. She is possibly the Mother to Moses DENMAN in Benton Co.

MCCOY posted by Theresa McCoy on Thursday, August 30, 2001

I am looking for an obituary on my aunt Florina MCCOY who died Dec. 31, 1999 in Benton Iowa, I would appreciate any help.




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