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Here are my Davis County Surnames:
1-John MASTERS b. 1816 IN
m. Frances Day b. 1810 KY
2-Nancy MASTERS b. 1838 Davis, IA
2-William MASTERS b. 1846 Davis, IA
m. Sarah H. b. 1849 OH
2-James H. MASTERS b. 1849 Davis, IA d. 1923
m. Martha J. HURD b. 1851 OH d. 1918
3-Oris H. MASTERS b. 1873 Troy, Davis IA
3-Kate MASTERS b. 1875 Troy, Davis, IA
3-Myrtle MASTERS B. 1876 Troy, Davis, IA d 1942 Alva, Woods, OK
m. Arthur Carl CATTIN b.1871 Miami Co.IN d. 1931 Alva, Woods, OK
3-Claudius MASTERS b. 1878 Troy, Davis IA
3-Arthur Canfield MASTERS b. 1880 Troy, Davis, IA
3-John Henry MASTERS b. 1881 Troy, Davis, IA
3-Grace MASTERS b. 1883 Troy, Davis, IA d. 1942 Alva, Woods, OK
m. Ollie EVANS
2-Francis G. MASTERS b. 1851 Union Twp. , Davis, IA
My line is John, James H. and Myrtle.
Does any of this look familiar?
> Looking for information on Charles W. Baird and his wife Margaret
> I found them in the 1870 census of Davis Co., Iowa in Lick Creek twp
> Also found a Charles P. Baird in same twp and county.
> Would like to see what marriage you have in Davis County for the Baird
> surname starting with the year 1860.
> Also cemetery records for the above county and also the twp mentioned
> for the surname Baird
> Thank you
I am working on my husband's ancestor, John Allen who settled in Davis
Co., IA. He was born 31 Jan. 1808 in Adair Co., KY (later became
Russell) and married Margaret Barbara Grimes in Grayson Co., KY 9 May
1833. Sometime between about 1845 and 1850 they migrated to Davis Co.,
IA as did many others from that KY area. His brother-in-law may have
been William Wooldridge who married Agnes Allen in Adair Co., KY. They
also came to Davis Co.
Anybody working on these families? Was there a certain area in Davis
County where these Kentucky families clustered together?
Looking for information on Charles W. Baird and his wife Margaret
I found them in the 1870 census of Davis Co., Iowa in Lick Creek twp
Also found a Charles P. Baird in same twp and county.
Would like to see what marriage you have in Davis County for the Baird
surname starting with the year 1860.
Also cemetery records for the above county and also the twp mentioned
for the surname Baird
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