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|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge.
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|Robert John Chudek||RE: JOHNSON: Ida M & August S|
This 1880 US Census record looks "about right" (with approximate birth year, country, and a young woman working as domestic servant, possibly sponsored by the Swedish John/Anna Kellman family).
But this is highly speculative on my part, without additional background and much more research. The state of Wisconsin is about 1/2 the journey across the USA to Idaho.
|Robert John Chudek||JOHNSON: Ida M & August S|
Ida M Johnson: 27079856
August S Johnson: 27079887
You can access the US census records for free via the FamilySearch website. Here are links to the family you asked about previously. This family is listed in the following census records:
1900 US Census:
1910 US Census:
1920 US Census:
1930 US Census:
The estimates dates for Ida are about 1862 for birth, 1872 for immigration, and 1885 for her marriage. It might be possible to find her name in the 1880 US Census, although you would need to know her maiden name. From this census information it appears she married after she arrived in the USA.
It is not clear why there are two records in 1920, although some of the ages of the children changed. It might have been a census correction or, like sometimes happens, they were counted twice by mistake.
|Kathleen Peck Probasco Ketchum||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 27079856|
Sorry, but I have no relatives buried west of the Mississippi River. She was one of the list of the tombstones in Latah County, Idaho, transcribed by members of our local genealogical society in 1980. If you have questions about people buried in Latah County, Idaho, I suggest you contact the Latah County Historical Society at users.moscow.com/lchs/. Good luck! --Kathy
Kathleen Peck Probasco Ketchum, Moscow, Idaho