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The 1930 Goodrich twp census is online.
Once again please, any spelling errors you find
will only be corrected by:
You sending us a copy of the census showing
We have found that census takers make many
errors. These we will not change...................
Please THANK! these volunteers that through
their efforts we obtain this data.
Melba McDowell who transcribed this data
with more coming.
I had previously been searching for THOMPSON and MONTGOMERY/TRAVIS in Willow
and Charter Oak, Crawford.
Now, I have found out that another (related) branch was there.
Frank WADDINGTON was born 1842 in England. He was married to Mary. They
came to the U.S. and had Henrietta (1865), Lucy (1867), Sarah Jane (26 Jul 1871),
and Pollie (1872) in Illinois. They lived in 1870 in Nunda, McHenry,
Frank remarried in 1878 Harrison County, IA to Angelina PRENTICE. They were
in Goodrich, Crawford, IA in 1880 and Willow, Crawford 1885-1908 (found in
listings). Prentice family also appears in the county. Frank died in 1916 in
Sarah Jane married William Ulysses Montgomery in 1894 in Iowa Falls, Hardin.
They are listed in 1895 Reeve, Franklin, IA census, although I have recorded
that they had William Raymond (1895) and Howard (1898) in Iowa Falls. She
died in 1918 Madelia, Watonwan, MN.
Anyone have more info/connection?
To all subscribers;
I'm warning of this new worm because it arrives in a Zipped
file named Photo.zip, which may tempt people to unzip the file.
If you have updated virus signature files since November 1,
executing the zipped file should catch the worm.
W32/Mimail.c@MM is a Medium Risk mass-mailing worm.
The initial seeding of the worm appears to have been through
The worm arrives as an email attachment with a .zip extension.
The attachment name is PHOTOS.ZIP. This contains a file
named PHOTOS.JPG.EXE. Users should not be fooled into
thinking this file is an image file ” it is an executable that
contains the Mimail.c worm.
When run, it infects the host computer, then emails itself (using
its own SMTP engine) to harvested email addresses from the
Once the worm verifies that an Internet connection is present
(by contacting google.com), it initiates an attack on the
The worm may also have an information-stealing component.
Several email addresses are encrypted within the worm and
may be used as repositories for captured information.