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Seeking information on brothers John and Lewis HOFFMAN who lived in Cerro
"Lou" Hoffman was born c. 1875 in Lincoln County, Ontario, Canada and who
lived in Cerro Gordo County, Bath Twp. Post Office...Mason City.
Wife was Kate [Kathleen?] Warren about 1891 and according to material cane
to Iowa with parents Bill Warrne and mother Ava Antler when she was about
one year of age.
Edward. born about 1911
Dora born 1913
Sidney born 1916
Earl born 1918
Warren born 1921
Hazel born 1924
Brother to Lewis was John HOFFMAN born 1885 in Lincoln County, Ontario
Canada and who lived Cerro Gordo County, Owen Twp. Post Office Rockwell.
Wife Dora Hansen daughter of C.S. Hansen and wife Hannah Bohnsen.
Bernice [Bernie[ born 1914
Ella M. born 1916
John M. [called Jiggs by family] born 1921 died in Mason City Iowa on May
29, 1983. Lived 1724 S. Wilson Street. Had wife Lillian, and a daughter
Another younger daughter named Margaret who would have been born after 1925
and who married a Ray Percy...I believe. All of Mason City.
If anyone has any information on these brothers or their descendants would
you please contact me. They were the brothers of my Grandfather, Jacob Henry
Carol E. Taggart,
My grandfather Charles Frederick Kronmiller (also Kronmueller) lived
Mason City in 1909. His wife's name was Mary Elizabeth nee Heller.
They formerly lived in Boscobel, Wisconsin. Their two childen were
Margaret age 8 and Robert Elmer age 4. I don't know how long they
were there. Any information will be appreciated. Ruth Lash
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