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My great grandfather, FERDINAND PRANSCHKE, immigrated to America in 1873.
Is there any mention of the family in the Crawford County Centennial Book or
newspaper articles? Are there any volunteers who could do a look-up for me?
Thank you in advance. I have been working on the Pranschke Family History
for 15 years and still adding new stuff.
I am having mail problems and
decided to send this again.
To All Crawford county folk;
Every so often the Iowa Gen Web
checks all counties to see if they
comply to the Iowa and USGenWeb
Crawford county just had a review
and we are one of the best in the
Following is a statement from the reviewer:
(Well organized, and an impeccably maintained
The credit goes to Bob Kuehl our assistant
Bob puts in much time making and keeping
all the over 500 pages in order.
Then to the rest of the volunteers goes
(A plethora of transcribed data, lots of
research and lookup help.)
Your interest and the work of the volunteers
is what is making the Crawford county site
one of the best in Iowa and the USGenWeb.
Crawford county coordinator
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