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The list of church address's are online in the Links
We do thank Phyliss Heller for her efforts.
Then on to questions by Bob Kuehl our assistant and
And if any one can answer please send to Phyliss Heller
the coordinator for this project.
Crawford co CC
Also, there are no churches in Kiron or Deloit? Maybe we should
try to find out about old churches that don't exist anymore.
I've just discovered that the old Ida County Grant Township
Lutheran church just over the Crawford border may have its
records in Schleswig. The church was destroyed by a tornado in
1976 (I think that's the year) and they didn't rebuild. Lots of
Crawford people went there to church in the old days. I'm checking
on the records and their availability now with the pastor. Trying to
find a death date for my great great grandfather.
Maybe we've got other churches like that in the county.
What do you think?
I've made the additions and corrections and the church address list
The position to aquire all church address's
etc for churches in Crawford co has been filled by:
rpheller(a)netins.net ("Phyllis A. Heller")
We do thank her for her efforts.
If anyone has any of this info available please send
To all Crawford co subscribers;
Due to the many request we are receiving, we determined a necessity
for the address's, phone numbers etc of all churches in Crawford co.
Can I ask for a volunteer to come forward and coordinate obtaining
this information? If so I will ask that if anyone can obtain this info
send it to this volunteer.
We will then set up a web page showing all of the information received.
Town church phone number address etc.
Crawford co CC
Does anyone know how to obtain any of the Centennial and History books
from the various towns in Crawford County or who to contact? I am
interested in any of them. I have none, but with family in each corner of
the county I've discovered what a wealth of information these contain.
So I would appreciate it if anyone could help me with this. Thanks so
Can anyone assist this person?
Subj: Brogan family in Vail, Iowa
Date: 3/6/01 10:41:31 AM US Mountain Standard Time
From: corky1(a)cableone.net (Eileen Suit)
I would like to ask if there is information available
on the town of Vail, Iowa. My family records state that
my grandmother Mary Elizabeth Brogan was born there on
June 21, 1880. She was the daughter of William John Brogan.
Thank you for any help.Eileen
To All subscribers................I only forward
if I beleive necessary. This is one of several messages
that I received on the same virus.
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Subject: [NEGenWeb] Update your virus signature files
Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2001 17:27:53 -0600
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