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Am seeking information on Edwin Canty married Ellen Ralph;
Frank "Dusty" Miller married Ida Montgomery;
Edward Joseph Canty married Ruby DeEtte Miller in New Hampton;
Frank "Chub" Canty was mayor of New Hampton Circa 1970's.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Wanted to share this with all of you. The link below will take you to an
excellent article from Mr Silinonte. I thoroughly enjoyed it and learned a
lot by reading this item.
Ancestry Daily News, Weekly Digest Version
For the week ending 30 September 2000
"Marriage Dispensations: An Untapped Source for Catholics and
Non-Catholics," by Joseph Silinonte
Applying what we learn from this excellent article to your Chickasaw County
Chickasaw County is in the Catholic Archdiocese of Dubuque. The people at
the Archives are wonderful, so you may want to keep this in mind as a
potential source of help, as appropriate. As always, a well composed,
clear, concise and courteous letter, accompanied by a tasteful donation
would be appropriate when seeking assistance from The Archives of the
Archdiocese. For anyone who might be interested in seeking their help,
feel free to contact me for further information. I will try to advise you
as best I can.
Looking for information on the following names from Chickasaw County, Iowa:\
Direct lines of:
Indirect lines of:
OTTO All of whom married into the MEYER family
Posted on: Chickasaw County Iowa Queries
Reply Here: http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Ia/Chickasaw/528
Surname: Dobsen, Dobson, Belzer
I am seeking information on a Mrs. Cleave Dobson/Dobsen. Her first name
may have been Verena. She had a daughter named Susie Ellen. The family
settled in Basset, Iowa in Chickasaw County. The father of Verena Dobson/Dobsen
was my great Uncle Washingon Belzer. I am doing a search on the Belzer
> HUGHES, William
> buried in New Hampton at age 107. Decendants included
> and Andrew Hughes, and others.
> Would welcome info on living relatives; William is
> my great grandfather. At one time he was the oldest
> living Civil War veteran in USA.
> bob brown
FLINT, Alvin and Sarah VAN VALIN, resided Nashua in 1870. Alvin was Mayor of Nashua that year, very wealthy
CLARK, Arabell -- both probable nieces of Sarah's, ages 17 and 20 respectively, lived in Nashua in 1870
VAN VALIN, Henry -- said to be buried in Nashua; Civil War casualty
I am looking for my Iowa grandparents, Susan Stelppe, d/o Mathias Stelppe and ?, born 7 July 1885, New Hampton, IA married Fredrick Tuley, born LaPorte Cty, IN, ca 1903. My father, Lloyd Tuley was born in New Hampton, IA on June 23, 1904. Mathias Stelppe is in the 1900 census in New Hampton with Susan and Peter Stelppe, B Aug 1874 in Germany and Jacob Stelppe, born June 1879 in Germany. Anyone out there who can help. Karen Tuley Taylor
Purcell, DURM, Durham, Clinch, CLYNCH
Michael J. Clinch
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jannette [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2000 9:45 PM
> To: IACHICKA-L(a)rootsweb.com
> Subject: [IACHICKA] ROLL CALL
> It is time for a Roll Call!!
I have been trying to track down information about Cynthia Lowe who was
born October 15, 1853 in Illinois (according to the census). She married
my great-great grandfather, Loren Charles Hance on July 2, 1869 in
Chickasaw County, IA, dying there in 1892. In the 1870 census of
Chickasaw County, her father is marked as being from Indiana. Her sister
Kate Lowe born, 1850 in, IL married John Adam Hance, brother of Loren
Charles Hance. Kate died in 1880 in Chickasaw County, IA. Loren Charles
Hance and John Adam Hance were sons of Isaac Hance. I have no information
as to Cynthia and Kate's parents, but it is believed that they were part
Jannette <nettieh(a)home.com> on 09/28/2000 10:44:40 PM
Subject: [IACHICKA] ROLL CALL
It is time for a Roll Call!!
We haven't done this for a while and now that the summer is over we can get
back to "business".
For those new and old to this list, a Roll Call is where you post to this
list your surnames of interest for everyone to see. Hopefully new people
to the list can see what other surnames you are working on and maybe make a
connection with your family. You can be as specific in your postings as you
want to be.
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with an additional 9 subscribers in Digest Mode.
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I am looking for information on the Annett, Hellenbolt (Helmbolt), Farnun
(Farnham), and Hartson (Hartshorn) surnames. These families were in the
Chickasaw County area (New Hampton & Fredericksburg) during the later 1800's
and early 1900's.