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> I hope that my other messages have been going through on Marquette Iowa,
> Brouhard/Brofford/Broffard. Let me know if you have got the previous ones,
> if not I will repost. Thank you for your time and patience. Lena
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Were your messages meant for the list, or for one person in specific? They have
been showing up on the list.
I hope that my other messages have been going through on Marquette Iowa,
Brouhard/Brofford/Broffard. Let me know if you have got the previous ones,
if not I will repost. Thank you for your time and patience. Lena
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter has exposed the name of a genealogy
web site owner who sells the personal information you give them, including
your eamil address. Check it out. Sorry, I don't have Eastman's url. If
you hate junk email and spamming as much as I do you need to be aware of
Roxanne L Barth UW-Madison mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
County coordinator for the following Iowa counties:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~iaallama/ Allamakee County IAGenWeb Project
http://www.rootsweb.com/~iaclayto/ Clayton County IAGenWeb Project
A while back someone asked me to make copies of the microfilm pages for a
particular township's 1860 census. However, I can't recall who it was or
what township and county was needed. I will be in Iowa City on Friday and,
providing the historical society is open, I can make copies. I will need
to be reimbursed for the costs.
Roxanne L Barth, Graduate Student
School of Journalism & Mass Communications
University of Wisconsin
5050 Vilas Hall, UW, Madison, 53706
And Still I Rise.
I am new to this list. My name is Lena, and I am searching in Marquette
Iowa for the following names: I will type them as they are on the birth
list, so you can see some of the quandary I am in, since all are spelled
different, but are siblings. John and Stella Brouhard/brofford/broffard
went to Marquette Iowa from Missouri. He worked for the railroad (don't
know which one) as a laborer. There children that I have birth dates for are
as follows, Daisy Brouhard B 8-21-1920 North McGregor, Violet Brofford
6-21-1922 Marquette Bessie Broffard 7-25-1925 Marquette, there was a brother
Leroy but I don't have a birth date on him. He was said to have a son named
Edward. Leroy was said to have went to Boston. These people just seemed to
have disappeared with out a trace. The last was in the 1940's when Stella
the mother and Daisy was in Missouri. What ever happened to the rest of
them is anyone's guess. I have been on this 4 years and am now on this line
to see if anyone ever heard of this family, went to school with them, know
how to check with the schools up there so I might even have a picture of one
or some of this kids that went to school there. Like out of a year book or
something.. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Lena
I am seaking information on the family and ancestors of Ferdinand John
Schroeder, b 24 Sep 1869 Clauton Co IA, d 13 Apr 1941, wife Mollie Augusta
Mentzel b 11 Jan 1870, ? IA, d 21 Mar 1948. Theie daughter Marvel Eliz.
Schroeder b 29 Jun 1898, Clayton Co IA, d 4 Jun 1963. Ferdinand and family
lived near Strawberry Point then moving to Wadena. Would like to find others
who may be researching either the Schroeder or Mentzel names.
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I will share your desire for information with a distant, cousin of mine that
has the Farrel connection asap. What is your address? Phone? I'd be happy to
put you two in touch. I don't know if Lee has email????
I am researching the family of Michael Byrne and Catherine Farrell Byrne. At
this time, I am looking for information on their daughter Bridget Byrne b.
April 1856 in Clayton County; married in Clayton county in July 1877 to a
James Montague. The Byrne family lived in Clayton county from about 1849-1881;
Delaware county 1881-1885 and then to Jones County. I believe that Bridget
may have taught school in Jones county about 1876. Any info on Bridget or the
Montagues would be appreciated. Don't know if there were any children.
You can e-mail me through the list or directly at PATnGENE(a)aol.com
Pat Byrne Thurmes
I am searching for the parents of my Great Grandfather, Christian SUDDENDORF.
I know of a brother Heinrich (Henry) and sister, Elizabeth. According to
the brothers' obituaries the family immigrated ca. 1856/7 and originally
settled in Baltimore, MD. 9-11 years later the family is said to have
settled around Postville, IA. Christian is said to have moved to Steele
County, MN ca. 1870.
I found Christian and Henry both living in Steele County, MN in 1875 (MN state
census), but do not find any SUDDENDORFs in the MN 1870 census. I found a
Christopher SUTTERDORF in Clayton County, IA in the 1870 census, but no
other SUTTERDORFs or SUDDERDORFs. Henry later moved to the Elkader area in
the mid-1800's. His descendents still live in the area.
Elizabeth SUDDENDORF married a George WIENKNECHT, who was born in Baltimore,
MD. I can place them in Steele County, MN in 1884, when their 14 year old
daugther died. She was listed as being born in Iowa. One of Christian's sons
also listed his father as being born in IA in the 1900 census. So there is
reasonable evidence the family was hanging around northeast IA circa 1870.
I am a long way from a library that has an IA 1870 census index. Is there a
kind soul on this list with access to the 1870 census index who can check the
following names for me:
Thank you for your help,
-Alan Jeddeloh H:(503) 292-9740 W: (503) 350-6427
The guy who said "The only things certain in life are death and taxes"
didn't do the laundry in a family with small children.
Researching SUDDENDORF (Ger->Baltimore, MD(?) ->Postville, IA (?) ->Steele
County, MN; and WEINKNECHT (Baltimore, MD(?) ->Postville, IA (?) ->Steele
> Can someone familiar with Mallory contact me.<<
HI! I've been researching in Clayton County for awhile and found lots of census microfilm at my local LDS Family History Center. They also have
microfiche of other records available. I would encourage you to find out where the nearest FHC is and visit! Since you need data before 1870...you
will have to scroll slowly thru the films because I don't think there is an index. But DO search thru the 1870, 1860, 1850 census and be sure to ask for
any other "IOWA State" census for years in between. Those earlier census are small, so it's not such a nasty task to go thru page by page. I would
start searching where you think they might be Mallory Township, but if they aren't there...move back to the start of the film and go thru each Township.
And remember...IF you find them, look 1 page forward and 1 page back because ALOT of family lived nearby and you might find MORE!!
Also, use the Clayton County pages to toss out a Query and be sure to mention the County and township and other important data. You might find someone
else researching the same Township. Also, there are Historical Books available like The History of Clayton County, so be sure to ask at your FHC and
don't forget any Public Libraries that might have resources too!
There isn't anything like it to see your ancestors name come up on the screen!!
Good Luck! **Sandy
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Greetings from New Zealand
The Brown Cemetery in Mallory Twp, Clayton, contains the burial
information of folk who seem to be related to my ancestors from Kent
County, England, the Hardens' and the Gibbens.
Can someone familiar with Mallory contact me regarding the records that
may be of assistance to me in my search for HARDEN's in that region.
The cemetery shows the death of a John HARDEN 21 Dec 1871 and I would
like to know what a death certificate may contain, and how to get hold
of it. Also interested in census prior to his death, are these available
at LDS? What Local records for Mallory may help?
While I am familar with records pertaining to my English roots, the USA
is all brand new.. hence my questions
Any help appreciated.
Les Beecher <les.beecher(a)xtra.co.nz>
P.O. Box 2206,
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