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The 1938 Crawford County Plat book entries are posted on the site with over
3300 entries for land owners in the townships.
Transcribed by: Paula Curcio
Also posted a photo of the County Poor Farm Home on its history page. The
photo was provided to us by Phyliss Heller.
Crawford co CC
Subj: Re: WESTSIDE CEMETERIES
Date: 4/21/03 8:08:32 PM US Mountain Standard Time
From: <A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">langbein(a)pionet.net</A>
To: <A HREF="mailto:F3dback@aol.com">F3dback(a)aol.com</A>
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There is a cemetery on the northeast edge of Westside, Iowa....if you are
coming in on Highway 30 from the West, heading to the East, go to the edge
of town and turn left or North...go just a short distance and the cemetery
will be on the left side of the road. It is not a huge cemetery. There may
be more but this is the only one I know of. Good Luck!
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, April 19, 2003 8:17 PM
Subject: WESTSIDE CEMETERIES
> Subj: Westside cemeteries
> Date: 4/19/03 3:47:46 PM US Mountain Standard Time
> From: HREF="mailto:email@example.com">robertlewis12(a)comcast.net
> To: <A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">f3dback(a)aol.com</A>
> Sent from the Internet (Details)
> Hi. I'm trying to find the names of the Westside Iowa cemeteries. My Lange
> ancestors are presumably buried in "the Westside Iowa cemetery." Many
> Langes lived in Westside in the 1800's. How can I locate these cemeteries?
> I will be coming to Westside in June, and would like to visit my
> graves. Thank you for any help you can provide.
> Karla Lange Lewis
> Charleston, South Carolina
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Subj: Westside cemeteries
Date: 4/19/03 3:47:46 PM US Mountain Standard Time
From: <A HREF="mailto:email@example.com">robertlewis12(a)comcast.net</A>
To: <A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">f3dback(a)aol.com</A>
Sent from the Internet (Details)
Hi. I'm trying to find the names of the Westside Iowa cemeteries. My Lange
ancestors are presumably buried in "the Westside Iowa cemetery." Many
Langes lived in Westside in the 1800's. How can I locate these cemeteries?
I will be coming to Westside in June, and would like to visit my ancestors'
graves. Thank you for any help you can provide.
Karla Lange Lewis
Charleston, South Carolina
To our subscribers;
Norm Prince is back with us doing lookups
at the courthouse. You will find him in Lookups.
1946 Directory of Crawford County Farmers and Business Firms.
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