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Hope things are better for you and you are well. These names are not
familiar to me, so I do not know the connections. Have not had much time lately to
devote to research, but hope to get back into it after the holidays. Keep
In a message dated 11/26/2006 7:55:19 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
Here is one Delp-related family:
Johann Rudolph Freimann/Freyman, Apr. 28, 1833, Honacher, Germany- Jun 24,
1907, Sioux City IA. Son of Friedrich & Elisabeth (Delp). listed in 1900
Census, Storm Lake, as a Gardner.
Wife: Anna Maire Luders, Mar. 15, 1833, Buchholz, Ger. - Jan. 20 1907, Siouc
City. Dau. of Paul
Came with son, John, in 1868. German Methodists. Living with daughter,
in Sioux City. Rudolph and Anna church service and burial same day in Storm
1. John Rudolph, Nov. 18, 1866, Buchholz, Borg, Ger-September 26, 1908,
Lake. Married Marie Nagle May 15, 1892. Marie born around Hermann, WI. I
daughter, Eva. Born July 1893, IA.
(Maria's parents were contingency of about 120 settlers from Detmond-Lippe
who settled around Sheboygan, WI in the late 1840s. In the 1850s many
moved to Allamakee and Clayton Co. in NE Iowa. The first settlers,
Luman, Hahn(e), came in 1870 to the Schaller area.)
2. Louisa ( Albert Jensen)
3. Mary (Hink) (A number of Hinks lived around Ida Grove).
4. Margaret (Kroeger)
5. Emma (J. E. Vreeland)
6. Mrs. O. E. Blake
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Buena Vista County, Iowa Genealogy Group
This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Buena Vista Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Buena Vista County was formed on January 15, 1851, from open land. It was named in memory of the Battle of Buena Vista in the Mexican-American War ending in 1848; the victorious United States annexed considerable territory as a result. Its county seat is Storm Lake.