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I am new on this list. Let me introduce myself.
I was born and raised in Henry County, IA. I attended William Penn College in
Oskaloosa, IA and now live in Knoxville, IA.
My roots are deep in Quaker ancestors. Some came as early as 1837
(MENDENHALL) and as late as 1875 (HALLOWELL) to the Salem area. My mother's
line is all Quaker and my father's line goes back to many.
My web site has all of my Quaker ancestors who came to Henry County. Some
names that are still in the area are TRUEBLOOD, HALLOWELL, COLLINS, and
Jean (Hallowell) Leeper jeanlee(a)harenet.net
Visit my web site at: http://www.harenet.net/~jeanlee
Hey Mary Thompson.
Thanks for all the hard work that you put into this project. I really
Norma F. Jennings wrote:
> I am pleased to announce that the Henry County, Iowa 1850 Census is now
> on-line. We are indebted to Mary Thompson for her hours of fine work to
> make this possible.
> It can be found at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~iahenry/census/censindx.htm
> Norma Jennings
Hi-- If anyone who requested a bio lookup from the Henry Co
iography book hasn't received the bio. please let me know. I lost
the paper where I was keeping track of the bios I copied and to whom
they were to be sent. If I have missed anyone, I am really sorry to
have done so and will get them out to your e-mail right away.