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Ok all! Many have asked for info on this cemetery.
Be sure and send Norm Prince THANK YOU!
He did this cemetery data in the extreme heat and humidity.
From this CC THANK YOU MUCH Norm!
The cemetery list for the Zion Lutheran Cemetery in Denison has been
posted on the Crawford County GenWeb site. Find it in the Cemetery Lists
of the Database.
Norm Prince walked the cemetery and provided the data to us.
Crawford County GenWeb site of the Paradise
Township Officers from 1899 - 1916 found in the
Township Clerk's Record Book. Find it in the Name Lists
of the Database page.
Brian Allen provided the data from the Record Book
I cut copied the below from the Audubon County Advocate Online
about a long time resident of Crawford county, actually the Manilla
area. Some of you might remember him, he is also my uncle. I'll try
and get an actual obituary posted when it becomes available.
Richard P. Gollobit
Born: July 9, 1942
Died: July 8, 2005
The Mass of Christian Burial will be Tuesday, July 12, 2005 at 10:30 a.m.
at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Dedham, Iowa. Reverend Father Anthony
Pick officiating. Interment will be in the Cameron Township Cemetery,
north of Ross, Iowa. The family will meet friends Monday evening at 6:30
p.m. with a wake service at 7 p.m., followed immediately by a Rosary at
the Kessler Funeral Home in Audubon.
Audubon County Coordinator/Shelby County co-coordinator
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JULY 9, 2005
6 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!!!!!
Six years ago July 9 we took over the Crawford
County Gen Web site. At that time the counter registered 4400,
now we are over 50,000 and over 600 files to search.
Go to the Database page and look at the folders of information
available. All the census data has been added, all the town histories,
church histories, and most of the cemetery data, as well as church
histories, and a large number of name lists from several county atlas'
and directories, and newspapers, and on and on.
There are a couple cemeteries that have not been available at this point.
One is the Nishnabotna one mile west of Manila on 141 at the top of the
There is a Catholic cemetery Mount Olivet located in Manila.
It has been each and all of the many volunteers, and the
genealogy interest of folks with roots to Crawford county that have
made the Crawford GenWeb one of the best in Iowa.
Glenn Gustafson has donated much of his data from
his Kiron Kountry. If anyone has ever checked out Kiron
Kountry you will note that he has a large amount of data online that,
we are sure, he has spent much time obtaining and
We have many excellent links to data for other research,
in Crawford county, the state of Iowa, the United States and the World.
We are still getting data and many other items to add to the
pages from around the county, this is due to the many
folks that have an interest in Crawford County.
We do wish to thank those folks very much and please!!
continue to send your items.
NOTE to this: If you have personal family data we recommend
you make a family web page. We can then add your link to
the family genealogies area. If you need some minor assistance
to this, we will try and lend assistance.
To sum it up this is our county, each and every
person's name on the Crawford Gen Web pages has helped
and contributed in various ways. The pages are for our
pleasure and for the many visitors to our site. This data is
the property of Crawford County, Iowa, GenWeb Project.
Submitted, transcribed, entered and maintained by folks
with ROOTS to Crawford county, Iowa.
Both Bob and I will do our best to keep it here.
Last but not least, the Crawford County site is
and has been produced and maintained by the rules
and regulations set forth by the USGenWeb, IAGenWeb
better known as the Genealogy web, with Rootsweb
storing our files free of charge.
Rootsweb is one of the big reasons we can keep all of our data
free to all. A few years ago Rootsweb was purchased by Ancestry.
With this move all county coordinators were promised that
storage of our files would continue to remain free.
Just a note of the quantity of data that our volunteers added the
following in the last 12 months:
1. the 1911 biographies
2. the 1893 biographies
3. the WPA cemetery records
4. the baptisms, confirmations, marriages and funerals at
Friedens Church in Schleswig
5. part of the 1930 Denison census
6. the 1865 Iowa Gazetteer article on Crawford Co. history
7. newspaper articles for Dow City that Melba McDowell sent to us
8. lots of photos for schools, etc., that others sent to us.
Crawford County GenWeb
Crawford County GenWeb
The only "Hull" that comes to my mind is in Yorkshire County, England.
Some of my rellies originally came from the city of "Kingston upon Hull"
(in the East Riding of Yorkshire County) which is more commonly called
"Hull" for short.
The city of Hull is located in NE England, on the north shore of the Humber
estuary at the influx of the small "Hull River".
The Methodist movement began in 1739 when John Wesley, an Anglican started
within the Church of England a movement to improve the spiritual life of
his Church. The Wesley Historical Society is in Hull, England, they study
early Methodism and publish a quarterly. There seems to have been a number
of prominent Methodist Preachers that came out of the Hull area so maybe
there was a seminary there.
As for the archives of the Northwest Iowa Conference, visit:
Bye for now,
> [Original Message]
> From: David P. MANNING <dmannin2(a)bellsouth.net>
> To: <IACRAWFO-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> Date: 7/1/2005 10:34:15 PM
> Subject: William W. Cook
> My great grandfather was a Methodist Episcopal Preacher who was in
Crawford County from 1881 to 1897.
> From his obituary found in the 1927 Northwest Iowa Annual Conference
records said "After two years service at Hull he was selected to become
principal of the Congregational Seminary at that place, which he held for
three years." Can anyone tell me what or where Hull is? does anyone know
anything about this Seminary?
> Can anyone advise me where to search to find the archives of the
Northwest Iowa Conference of the M. E. C. Church?
> I know he lived at Westside.
My great grandfather was a Methodist Episcopal Preacher who was in Crawford County from 1881 to 1897.
From his obituary found in the 1927 Northwest Iowa Annual Conference records said "After two years service at Hull he was selected to become principal of the Congregational Seminary at that place, which he held for three years." Can anyone tell me what or where Hull is? does anyone know anything about this Seminary?
Can anyone advise me where to search to find the archives of the Northwest Iowa Conference of the M. E. C. Church?
I know he lived at Westside.
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