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I'm looking for any information on my great grandparents Charles Cowden and Martha Hamm that is available.
As you can see in the information below I don't have an exact location or date of their marriage but I believe it was in Audubon or Guthrie County. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Descendants of Charles Cowden
1 Charles Cowden b: Abt. 1860 in IL
. +Martha Hamm b: Feb 27, 1870 in MO m: in Audubon, Audubon Co., IA ??? d: Aug 17, 1919 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE; Burial: August 20, 1919, Wyuka Cemetery
.. 2 George William "Bill" Cowden b: Oct 25, 1889 in IA d: Jan 06, 1982 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE
.. 2 Myrtle Cowden b: Dec 06, 1891 d: Jun 1981 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE
.. 2 Joseph Cowden b: Apr 22, 1896 in IA d: Apr 17, 1961 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE
.. 2 Augusta Cowden b: Dec 07, 1897 in IA d: Jun 1988 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE
.. 2 Emma Cowden b: Nov 18, 1900 in IA d: Apr 1985 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE
.. 2 Gertrude* Elsie Cowden b: Jan 22, 1902 in Stuart, IA d: Nov 07, 1989 in Grand Junction, Mesa Co., CO
.. 2 Doris Cowden b: Jul 06, 1907 d: Mar 1984 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE
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