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> Hi Kathy - I wonder if one of my McKinleys (James P) married one of your Buchers (Lizzie). Looks like he died young before they were married a year. The family of James McKinley lived on a farm in Grand Meadow Township, Clayton Co, Iowa. Some > family members are buried at St Peter's Catholic Church in Clermont, Fayette Co, IA. Based on James' birth date, I estimated Lizzie born 1866 which probably makes her too young to be your Eliza, maybe a niece? I you can place Lizzie in one of your families, I'd be interested in the info. The McKinley family was Scots-Irish Catholic as far as I know from Ballycastle/Rathlin Island, N. Ireland.
More info is on my webpage: http://www.avana.net/~mhook
Descendants of James McKinley
1 James McKinley b: 25 March 1834 in Ireland d: 05 November 1890 in
Fayette Co, IA Age at death: 56 Came to U.S.: May 1852 date per web
with bro John McKinley Lived in: May 1852 Meriden, CT; Postville, IA
.. +Mary Cisserina McNamara b: 1836 in Palm Sunday, 1836, Ireland m: 15
1862 in St Rose's Church, Meriden, New Haven Co, CT d: in Clermont,
......... 2 James P. McKinley b: 21 June 1864 d: 21 April 1893 in no
Age at death: 28
............. +Lizzie Bucher b: Abt. 1866 m: 06 September 1892
......... 2 John Ambrose McKinley b: 26 May 1868 in
Iowa d: 08 March 1901 Age at death: 32
............. +Jennie Mae Waters b: 17 September 1870 in Ludlow,
Iowa m: 17 September 1895 in Waukon, Allamakee Co, Iowa
......... 2 Michael Louis McKinley b: 03 August 1870 d: 07 May 1951
............. +Miriam (Mercedes) Anthony b: Abt. 1872 m: 09 October
......... 2 Mary Harriet McKinley b: 31 March 1872 in never married,
children d: 22 October 1899 Age at death: 27
......... 2 Archibald Daniel McKinley b: 18 October 1874 in Iowa d:
05 May 1946
Age at death: 71
............. +Lola Frances Piersol b: Abt. 1880 m: 01 May 1921
......... 2 Inf_William Alexander McKinley b: 17 July 1876 d: 06
in died in infancy Age at death: 1
......... 2 Inf_Anna McKinley b: 08 December 1878 d: 08 March 1879 in
infancy Age at death: 0
......... 2 Mary Catherine McKinley b: 17 May 1881 d: 23 April 1951
married, no children Age at death: 69
> From: "Greg & Kathy Hines" <hinesphoto(a)wavefront.com>
> To: IACLAYTO-L(a)rootsweb.com
> I am hunting for *any* BUKER/BUCHER and/or MAKE info. My mom's family is
> Tom found a Waseca & Steele Co. history book that names our Henry BUKER as
> having come from Clayton Co., IA. I would like to find the descendants of
> Christopher, Eliza, Jerry and Mary BUKER/BUCHER. Henry, his wife, and
> mother, are buried in Meridan Cemetery in Waseca Co., MN.
> If someone has access to the 1870 Clayton Co. census, I would greatly
> appreciate a look up on BUKER and MAKE.
I am hunting for *any* BUKER/BUCHER and/or MAKE info. My mom's family is
from Waseca Co., MN and I host that county on rootsweb.com
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~mnwaseca). My brother, Tom, hosts the Steele Co.,
MN web pages (http://www.rootsweb.com/~mnsteele).
Tom found a Waseca & Steele Co. history book that names our Henry BUKER as
having come from Clayton Co., IA. I would like to find the descendants of
Christopher, Eliza, Jerry and Mary BUKER/BUCHER. Henry, his wife, and
mother, are buried in Meridan Cemetery in Waseca Co., MN.
If someone has access to the 1870 Clayton Co. census, I would greatly
appreciate a look up on BUKER and MAKE.
>From History of Steele & Waseca Counties, Minnesota:
Henry Buker is a native of Germany, born May 14, 1837, and is the son of
Henry and Gertrude (Gotmon) Buker, who had a family of five children:
Christopher, Eliza, Henry, Jerry, and Mary. His father died in the old
country, and in 1861 the mother with her family came to America, first
settling in Clayton County, Iowa, where they remained some ten years. Henry
Buker commenced life for himself at the age of fourteen years, and has
always followed farming. In October, 1865, he was united in marriage with
Lena Make, who was born October, 8, 1849. In 1874 they moved to Waseca
County, where they settled on section 33, in Woodville Township, where they
now live, and where Mr. Buker owns some 510 acres of as fine land as lies
out doors. He and his wife are the parents of six children: William, born
June 24, 1866; Katie, October 16, 1867; Henry, August 15, 1870; John, March
15, 1871; Mary, October 23, 1872, and Anna, December 19, 1877. All the
children live with their parents. The family are members of the Lutheran
Church. Mr. Buker is a Republican in politics.
Many, many thanks and Best Regards,
Greetings Clayton County Listmembers!
I'm new to this particular list, and a "relatively" green amateur genealogist,
yet I've been a RootsWeb list member of many other fine lists for some time
I'm looking for my Highland & Illyria Twp., Clayton county kin connections.
I'd love to exchange genealogical kindnesses with anyone who may have access
to early volumes of Clayton County Histories (ca. 1882 ?), and copies or links
to land records (or data-bases)--as our local (CA) FHC, University & community
libraries are very limited in their Iowa resources!
We have many kin stemming from our Ulster Scot -(undocumented-family Bible)
b. abt 1830, Drumnastrade, Dungannon Middle Barony, Clonfeacle Civil
Parish, Dungannon Poor Law Union, Northern Ireland, UK.
m. BINNIE, Agnes or Elizabeth; Dundee, Kane, IL?
d. 14 Feb 1914?, Illyria, Clayton, IA, USA (owned 580 acres in sections 15,
& 18 of Highland Twp.--"Clayton County History, 1882"--one of first
settlers of the area in 1855) - (abt. 15 children)
We have family members living in Story county, and cousins (of this lineage)
still living in Volga, Clayton county and possibly in West Union, Fayette
--surnames connected to Clayton County families include
BINNIE, FAIRWEATHER, KERR, MEDBERRY, MUNCIE?, STENSLAND, YOUNG
-Above family & connected lines are found through my genealogy Main Page:
<< http://members.aol.com/dlux2blueh/Unum.html >>
<A HREF="http://members.aol.com/dlux2blueh/Unum.html">DLux Genealogy "Unum"
Family Heritage Home</A>
<- Full, down-loadable GEDCOM & Associated Family Descendant text file can be
either viewed or down-loaded.
Any information on these and connected lines--preceding or succeeding, welcome
& most heartily appreciated!
Good Lux in your searches!
HAPPY HEALTHY HOLIDAYS Clayton Folk!
<A HREF="mailto:DLux2BlueH">Terra</A><A HREF="mailto:DLux2BlueH"> </A>
(for private genealogical correspondance)
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