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I am searching to find information on my Great-grandfather George
Balser/Balzer Hess and/or Lena Pendergrast and Thomas Houston. If there is
any other researchers of this Hess lineage, I would love to hear from you.
Maaudiene Hess Hayes
I am looking for the location of burial for Thurston Mosher d. Jan 9, 1876, and/or his wife Elizabeth Gearhart Mickey Mosher, d. Aug 11, 1882. There is a belief that he died somewhere near Marshall? I have not been able to locate Marshall on a map in Henry Co.
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
Need help finding parentage for the following Peterson's. Frank in Henry Co,
JAck Stewart in KS
Descendants of MR. Peterson
1 MR. Peterson
. 2 Frank Peterson b: Abt. 1855 in Sweden d: in Harvey Co., KS(?)
..... +Anna Louise Eilert b: 1860 in Chapin, Morgan, Il d: in Harvey
..... 3 Mae Peterson
..... 3 Verda Peterson
......... +"Jack" Connell(Connelly)
..... 3 Ada Peterson
..... 3 Bertha Rowena Peterson b: April 05, 1881 in Mt. Pleasant, Ia
d: August 28, 1961 in Whittier, Ca
......... +Charles William Noble b: April 19, 1866 in Bern,
Switzerland d: April 29, 1936 in Kansas City, Wyandotte, Ks
......... 4 Charles Salvadore Noble b: November 02, 1899 in Wahoo, Nb
d: May 13, 1970 in San Diego, Ca
............. +Helen Noble
......... *2nd Wife of Charles Salvadore Noble:
............. +Ethel Woolfenden b: December 04, 1898 in Philadelphia,
Pa d: December 08, 1968 in San Diego, Ca
......... 4 Harry Noble b: July 29, 1901 in Lamar, Ia d: February 1973
. 2 Anne?/ Peterson
. 2 J. E.?./ Peterson
Looking for CONNER(s) brothers who were the sons of Jane and James N. Conner. This family was in Henry County Iowa from 1863 - at least 1886 (when jane died). Oscar moved on to Red oak Iowa. David was in Huron, SD for awhile. According to information on the deed when Jane died, Charles was in Montana and another son Asburry was in Sheridan County, NE. Rumors that this family was "Black Dutch" of Native American. They came to Mt. Pleasant from Logan Conty Ohio with many other extended family members including DAVIS, MASON, FIDLER and CLARK. They are VERY hard to track!!
Surnames mentioned in this biography: BATES-EICHER-BARCLOW-COVERT-
A farmer residing on section 8, Jefferson Twp., Henry County, he was
in Bartholomew Co., IN, June 11, 1836, and is the son of Alex and Anca
(Bates) McClintic. They were married in Kentucky, but Alex was born in
PA, his wife being a native of the former state. The father of Alex
was also named Alex, and Thomas Bates was the father of Anca Bates.
On the paternal side the ancestors came from Ireland, and on the
maternal side from Germany. The father of our subject was a soldier
in the War of 1812 and drew a land warrant for 160 acres of land from the
Government. But little history of either family can be given, as the
of our subject died when Alex was a small boy, and Anca Bates came to
Indiana from her native State with relatives, and as both are now
the early history of the family died with them. They came to this state
1839, entering a claim of one section of land, but later purchased several
hundred acres more, amounting to about 1,100 in the whole farm, a part
of which original entry adjoins that of our subject on the north. Daniel
Eicher now owns the original tract upon which Alex McClintic settled,
and the homestead site is within easy view of where Newton McClintic
now lives. During his lifetime Alex and his sons improved at least 400
Mrs. McClintic died about five years after she ceme to this county. She
was a most estimable lady, and the mother of nine children:
John, who wedded Elizabeth Carclow, resides in Washington County, IA
Jane, who married Lucas Covert, and remained in Indiana
Alex, deceased, wedded for his first wife May A. Lloyd, and for his second
wife Harriet Pangborne, who after his death married Henry Neft, of this
county, but now resides in Missouri.
Abigail, deceased, married Henry Cohee, a resident physician of Rome,
Iowa, she died at Mt. Pleasant in 1881.
Olive A. became the wife of Robert Scott, a farmer of Plymouth County,
Robert, deceased, wedded Martha A. Custer who after his death married
Amos Moore, of Washington Co., where they reside.
Mitchell, deceased, married Hester Ann Custer, who now resides in
Our subject was the youngest of the family. He was reared , educated,
married and resides in Henry County. He early learned to clear the brushy
lands, and many broad acres has he grubbed and plowed making ready
for the first crop. He has witnessed since boyhood the building of the
towns and cities, the railroads, and the development of almost the entire
county has been accomplished in his day. He remembers disctinctly
when a boy the Indian tribes that for many years had hunted over the
woods, fished in the streams, and though dispossessed by the whites, yet
gave the newcomers a fairly cordial welcome and never molested their
Newton McClintic wedded Miss Ann R. Kurtz, Oct. 13, 1860. Her parents
were natives of Maryland, from whence they came after marriage and
settled near Lebanon, OH. They came to Iowa in 1841 and settled on
Skunk River, in Henry Co., where the parents both died. Six children
were born to them in Ohio, and one in this county:
Peter died unmarried;
John wedded Martha Mason, and is a farmer of Jefferson Twp.
Henry married Hannah Pangborne and resides in Washington County
Mary wedded Nimrod Leece, a merchant of Crawfordsville, Iowa
Susan became the wife of W. R. Mason, a resident of Jefferson Twp.
Ann R., wife of Mr. McClintic
Martha became the wife of Nimrod Long, a merchant and also post-
master of Crawfordsville.
These children are well known in this county, and their names should
properly appear in her history.
Since his marriage Mr. McClintic has resided upon a farm. A handsome
country residence was erected in 1879. They have several children, all
of whom were born in this township:
The eldest daughter, Margaret, is the wife of Isaac VanWagenen, a mechanic
of Washington County, and they have three children--James, Alva N. and
The other children of our subject are: Marietta, Anna M., Susie, Abbie,
Angeline, Eva J., deceased; and and John N., twins.
100 acres of land bring Mr. McClintic a comfortable income, and they
live in the cosy style which delights those of taste and culture. Mr.
McClintic has long been connected with the School Board and is greatly
interested in the cause of education.
I just recieved an email from my prayer chain contact that her computer hard drive had been infected with a virus. I checked on mine and sure enough it had passed through my updated Norton anti-virus softwear. Unfortunately, since you are in my address book, you may have it as well. (sorry).
It is important that you do the following very soon:
1. Go to start, find or search
2. In the files/folder option, write in jdbgmgr.exe
3. Be sure you search your C drive
4. Click find now
5. The virus has a bear icon
6. DO NOT OPEN
7. Right click on it and delete
8. Go to the recycling bin and delete it there also!
IF YOU FIND THE VIRUS ON YOUR HARD DRIVE, YOU MUST CONTACT ALL THE PEOPLE IN YOUR ADDRESS BOOK!!!!
This is a Hoax!
The program has a cute Olbear as its icon, but is necessary for Windows to
DO NOT DELETE THIS FILE!
Check www.snopes.com for Urban Legends and such before you pass such stuff
Have a nice Mothers' Day...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dean and Paula Koopman" <drpck90(a)rconnect.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 11, 2002 7:55 PM
Subject: virus that went thru my Norton softwear to you
> I just recieved an email from my prayer chain contact that her computer
hard drive had been infected with a virus. I checked on mine and sure enough
it had passed through my updated Norton anti-virus softwear. Unfortunately,
since you are in my address book, you may have it as well. (sorry).
> It is important that you do the following very soon:
> 1. Go to start, find or search
> 2. In the files/folder option, write in jdbgmgr.exe
> 3. Be sure you search your C drive
> 4. Click find now
> 5. The virus has a bear icon
> 6. DO NOT OPEN
> 7. Right click on it and delete
> 8. Go to the recycling bin and delete it there also!
> IF YOU FIND THE VIRUS ON YOUR HARD DRIVE, YOU MUST CONTACT ALL THE PEOPLE
IN YOUR ADDRESS BOOK!!!!
> To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records,