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Posted Queries for August thru November 2010


MCCULLEY posted by Margaret S McCulley Chambers on Saturday, August 7, 2010

I am looking for any information dealing with the DR James A MCCULLEY family who lived in Urbana and then on a farm in Polk township. He was a physician there until his death in 1896. The MCCULLEY School was located on his farm and I am searching for any records, documents or photos that anyone might have about the origin and years of use of the building as a school and also its use as a church. Also in the 1870 census a child, Sarah, 3 years old, was listed in the family, but she is not in the 1880 census. Does anyone have any information about her death, burial or cause of death? DR James and wife Sarah MCCULLEY were my great grandparents on the MCCULLEY side, and their grandson, Eugene Donald and wife Beulah MCCULLEY were my parents. Any information about the family would be greatly appreciated. Contact can be made by my email at qsangirl@msn.com, reference line MCCULLEY history.

HAPIP, HUALET posted by LeRoy Nassif on Saturday, August 14, 2010

HAPIP,Frank married a Pauline HUALET in 1914. They resided in Urbana, Iowa. Frank died on January 19,1921 in Urbana. I am trying to find out if they had any children and what the names of the children were. I cannot find the HUALET family listed. Does any one know what happend to the HUALET family

MATEER posted by Rosalind Weir on Sunday, August 15, 2010

I'm searching for what happened to my GGG-grandfather, Jacob C MATEER. He and his wife, Catherine, moved from PA to Benton Co Iowa in 1856. He is in the census records for 1856, 1860, and 1870. After that his wife has moved to Afton, Union, Iowa (where son, Henry Newton MATEER lives) and Catherine is a widow. I've studied cemetery records and any other online records I could find. Can anyone help me? They lived in Canton and Eldorado.
Thanks for any help.
Sincerely,
Rosalind

WORLEY posted by Jim Worley on Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Does anyone have information or Samuel (S.S.) WORLEY. There is a great deal on Joshua WORLEY M.D., who was only a distant relative of his but I can find nothing about him. There is a reference in the Oelwein Daily Register to him coming from Shellsburg in 1935 to visit his brother in Hazleton. I would at least like to know the date of his death. He worked for the railroad.

ELLISON, ELLYSON, SHINN posted by Brian Ellyson on Friday, August 20, 2010

I'm trying to find out more about a Charles W. ELLYSON / ELLISON that was born in 1877 in Indiana to Webster ELLYSON and Grace SHINN. I have found Charles on the 1880 census and 1885 census in Blairstown and Leroy (Benton County) respectively. However, in 1900 the parents are found in Goshen, Ohio and it states that they were parents of 1 child but 0 living at that time. I'm trying to find out if Charles passed in Benton County before they moved there.

FISK, ROBBINS posted by Katie Killian on Tuesday, August 24, 2010

FISK - I have documents stating that Eliza FISK died in June 1861 or 1862 in Norway, Iowa and is buried in a cemetery near Norway and her grave is marked with a headstone. She was born Adeliza ROBBINS 1827 or 1828 in Indiana. I would like to know exactly where she is buried and a copy of the obituary if one exists. Is there anyone who can direct me to a lookup? Thank you in advance Katie

HENNINGSEN, JOHNSON posted by Thelma Cagle on Friday, September 17, 2010

Are Anna HENNINGSEN JOHNSON and her husband buried in Benton Lutheran Church Cemetery? They died 1883 and 1885.

BROWN, BROWNELL posted by Diana Brownell Lewiston on Sunday, October 17, 2010

Charles BROWNELL, wife Mary Ann BROWNELL, and her brothers, John BROWN and Thomas BROWN who lived in Florence twp., Benton county from about 1869 to 1887 or 1888. Looking for any evidence, other that stated on 1885 census that Mary Ann BROWNELL divorced Charles BROWNELL before 1885 census and that Charles BROWNELL died before 1887 in Benton county and was nursed by Mary Ann after she divorced him. She belonged to a church and was presented with a bible, probably Baptist or Methodist denomination about 1880 or '81. Was Charles BROWNELL buried locally? Thank you for your help.

MCGEE, RICE posted by Charlene Kelly on Tuesday, November 2, 2010

MCGEE,RICE Margaret Rice daughter of James Rice and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Mcgee sister named Doris

EALY, HENRY posted by Kimberly Henry on Friday, November 5, 2010

I am Looking for information on the EALY family tree. MY Great Grand dad was Gorge Gay HENRY, from Ireland, he married Minnie Mae Ealy. This union produced two children. John Robert, my grand dad, and Arlene HENRY. I believe Minnie Mae EALY parents were Andrew Jackson EALY and Letitia McCurde. I know that the Ealy family moved from Tenn.

MATTESON posted by Ken Dunlap on Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Wanting to get the name or names of the MATTESON buried in Urbana Cemetery. Thanks

UTESCH posted by sandra utesch sievers on Thursday, November 18, 2010

children of August and Minnie UTESCH. They had 16 children of which 7 survived. They were in Benton County for about 11 years. Can find the death of one August UTESCH at 5 mo. No burial place was mentioned. They also lived in Sterling between 1870 and 1875.

UTESCH posted by sandra utesch sievers on Saturday, November 20, 2010

Looking for obituaries or newspaper obits for UTESCH children born from 1887-1883. Thanks a bunch.

BANGE, PICKERT posted by Kathleen Mullin on Friday, November 26, 2010

Ida A. BANGE (maiden name is PICKERT) Looking for an obit for Ida. She died May 5, 1972 in Norway, IA, and is buried in St. Michael's Cemetery of Benton County, IA. Born to Henry and Rose Pickert on 24 Sept 1890. Thank you for your help.

BROWN posted by Robert Cudmore on Sunday, November 28, 2010

I am looking for information on Mortin BROWN, born March 1868 Benton Co. Iowa. Father listed as Robert V. BROWN, born abt. 1846 Indiana. Mothers' name Ellen E. no last name found. A sister O. Lulu BROWN. This family left Iowa and travelled to Salem Marion Oregon. Robert, Mortin and Lulu all died prior to 1905 in Salem area. Any information would be grateful. They are all in Old Pioneer section of City View Cemetery in Salem Oregon.




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