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|I have been researching family history since 1995. My ancestors were largely in Iowa by 1860, mostly in Davis, Wapello, Mahaska and Poweshiek counties. My wife's ancestors immigrated from Sweden and Germany in the 1880's, coming to Keokuk County, Iowa. The surnames I am researching include Morrison, Dahlstrom, Robertson, Zimmerman, Forsyth/Forsythe, McKay, Elder, Tharp, Waterhouse, Coughlan, Sidwell, Farr, Sexton, Wynne, Hollingsworth, and more.|
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|Ruth Zollars||Mary Caton Zollars|
I can't put my hands on the information for the Caton lines right now. I can tell what we show in our records, that Mary was the daughter of Theophilus Jr and Etta Esther Finley, but I do not have supporting documentation that I can find right now. We haven't done much work on the Caton lines yet. If we find something, I will try to let you know. In the meanwhile, if you want to share your information, I would appreciate it. This might be easier through email. My email address is email@example.com
|Judi Braddick||Susannah Prall Collins|
Maiden name is on tombstone
|K. Roberts||RE: Clara Zimmerman|
Thanks for the correction. I am limited by the records from which I pull information.
Thanks for the help.
|Kim Myers High||Sophia Boyd|
Thanks for the info. I have updated her memorial.
|Jack McIlrath||Thomas McCollum|
Gary, Thanks for the note. I didn't create the original memorial and didn't check it when I added the photo. Thanks for catching this. I made the change. Jack
|Debe Clark||RE: Jasper and Evee Farr|
You are most welcome. I am not related and strongly believe family should have the care of their loved ones memorials. If there are any other of your family I have created a memorial, please don't hesitate to ask me.
|Connie WEEAKS Pace||RE: Re: Lacey Morrison|
Thanks a bunch, Connie
Sorry buy I don't have any information on the Jospeh Farr family. Sure do wish I could be of help, though.
Added by Cashie on Jul 07, 2013 9:02 PM
|Frank Merriman||James Roberson|
Thanks for the information. I updated his memorial. You know that 1893 biography of Joseph doesn't show that James was in the war but had to seek shelter. Is there an actual source for the story about his military service? Or just family tradition? Over the last year, I've found a number of family hearsay stories in other families that just don't add up. I can't help but wonder if this is another one. Maybe someone was eager to have a Revolutionary War ancestor regardless if they actually had one. See if the memorial looks ok.
|Liane||RE: Pickering Memorial Photos|
Added by Liane on Jun 18, 2013 9:23 AM
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