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Hello to the Great State of Iowa,
I am searching for any information anyone can provide me with regard to
the surname TARRANT and FEDEREN.
Both families lived in various parts of the state, but spent quite a bit
of time in the Minneapolis area. I am searching for PHILIP FEDEREN (1883) and
his wife EDITH FEDEREN (1884) and their two children FABIOLA TARRANT (1897)
and CECILE TARRANT (1893). They were last known to be in the Twin Cities area
in 1944, but their descendants could be anywhere by now.
They were relatives of GEORGE A. SHANNON AND ISABELLA (McDonald) SHANNON
of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and their son ROBERT D. SHANNON, who was last
known around 1942-44 to be living in Spencer, Iowa. Robert's wife was named
JESSE and his children were ANNABELLE and GEORGE, also of Chippewa Falls, WI.
Any information regarding these families or their descendants would be
Laguna Hills, CA USA
Looking for information on my great-grandparents and grandparents. My
grandparents were Grover and Emma (Blunk) GRILL. They lived in Charter
Oak and then Denison. My father was Floyd the youngest of their four
boys. I believe my ggrandfather Herman GRILL owned a lumber yard in
Denison. I would be most greatful for any information as my father died
in 1954 when I was only five. Would really like to know more about this
side of my family. email me at jean_hines(a)earthlink.net Thanks
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