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Joe Byrne (#47611560)
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Penny Lee
Helen Louise McGowan Frerich
Everything I find on her says Nellie, SSDI, WADI, 1940 census, Holy Cross Cemetery index. Also SSDI, WADI and cemetery index all say she died in 1996. Her mother was Helen and her daughter was Helene. I sent these changes on the edit button on her memorial Thanks Penny

Added by Penny Lee on Mar 23, 2016 3:22 PM

kob
RE: Mary Eck
Hi,

Mary Eck's mother was Mary Self. Mary Self married William Stanton in Greene County, Ohio, in 1844. In 1850, they were in Illinois and they were in Winneshiek County, Iowa, by 1856.

The William Stanton (d. 1864) buried at St. Pat's in Jackson County, Iowa, was born in Ireland and was married to Mary who was born in Paris, France. I've found her surname as Gunand in the record for one of her sons, but I'm still not 100% sure of that spelling. That Mary (Gunand?) was first married to John Barrett who died young in 1843, leaving her with numerous children. She remarried soon after, to William Stanton (d. 1864) and they went on to have numerous children of their own.

In the 1860 census, William Stanton (b. Ohio) and his wife Mary (Self) Stanton (b. Ohio) were in Winneshiek County, while William Stanton (b. Ireland) and Mary (Gunand?) Stanton (b. France) were in Jackson County. I don't have records of the Ohio pair after that year. Mary (Gunand?) Stanton died in 1894 and is buried at St. Pat's in Jackson County.

Hope this helps!

Kathleen

Added by kob on Jun 13, 2015 9:29 PM

L Bruns
RE: N.Frederick mem.#41098608
There are many unmarked graves in this cemetery. There are some that the stones have broken and disappeared over time.
According to old records, Nancy is listed as being buried here.
All I know to do at this point is for me to meet with the caretaker and do 'exploratory' search for a stone in the area where she should be buried.
I will let you know if we come up with something.
kind regards, LBruns

Added by L Bruns on Nov 18, 2012 11:55 AM

 
 

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