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Does anyone have info on Jasper and Lou (Lewis) Cole born abt 1884/1888. Their parents were Nathan and Viola Cole. They lived in Crawford cty Iowa. The other siblings were Bert, Bertha, Beulah Cole. Also when did Viola Cole die? Anyone have any pictures regarding this family copies would greatly be appreciated. Thanks Violet
I am also searching for the maiden name of Ester Coleman. She was married to Charles Coleman in the 1880 time. Her children were Della Alma, Alfred, Albert, Herbert W. Coleman and any info on ErnestColeman.
I am looking for Rufus Coleman info. Also info on Ernest Coleman and Alma Coleman. They were the children of Charles and Ester Coleman. Their daughter Della Alice Coleman Cole was my grandmother. Also any info on Charles and Esters grandchildren Edna Dean B 1905, and Fredie Dean B 1903. Who are their parents? Thanks Violet Cole
Thank you to the many who wrote with help and family lines.
My Costello family starts with
Thomas Costello who was born about 1806 in Ireland, haven't found the
place yet. I believe his wife was Francis Broderick, no paper trail of
her in America. Thomas was living with his Son John in the 1885
census in Hayes, and died 7 Jan 1893 with burial in St Ann's Cemetery.
He had 2 children, that I know of, John and Mary.
Mary was born about 1845 in Ireland.
John born 30 Jan 1840 or Feb 1843, depending on which record you
believe, in Ireland with immigration in 1864 through Nova Scotia.
Married Hannorah Kiniry 25 may 1880 in Arcadia, Iowa. she was born 11
Dec 1864 in Rock Island, ill.
They had 14 children, with several of them dying in the the late 1880's
John died in Hamill, South Dakota in 1920 and Hanorah lived until May
1961, they are both buried in St Ann's.
Hanorah's parents were Stephen Kiniry and Margaret Odea, both from
Ireland, born abt 1834 and 1833. They lived in Rock Island, Ill where 4
of there 6 children were born. (Hanorah, John T, Margaret, Mary)
moving to Crawford co., Iowa they had 2 more children, stephen and Joseph.
Stephen died in April 1898 and Margaret lived until July 1918. Born are
buried in St Ann's I believe.
We want to go through this area next summer, on vacation, so want to
find out what I can about them, before we go.
Again thanks for the help and thoughts.
I'm looking for a listing of those buried in the Vail Cemetery or in St
Ann's Cemetery. Is there something on line or someone that has a list,
that would be willing to do look ups???
I have 2 families that I'm interested in, Costello and Kiniry
Patrick and Mary McMahon Carey:
I am interested in information about descendants of Patrick b. 1822
and Mary McMahon Carey b. 1833. I am especially interested in any
photographs of the family that may exist. Along with many of their
offspring they are buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetary in Manilla IA. Their
children were: Thomas, Patrick, Maggie, Molly Carey McMahon, John
(Jack), Lucy Carey Sexton and Annie Carey Houlihan.
Helen Carey Papalekas
I am interested in finding any information on George W. Langley and family. He lived in Union twp., and is listed in the 1900 census. He and his wife, Nancy, are buried in Dow City cemetery. Any help would be appreciated.
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