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If no one has sent you the 1920 census image of your Stigers family
I can send it to you. It has Fred as 9 years old and also some of
his other family. Uncle and grandparents in same county and
Let me know,
Apple Valley, CA
New to this List.
Any info about a Fred A. STIGERS who was in Wayland about 1968? He had son
Samuel Jackson STIGERS who married Mary Lou LONG (dau of Roy LONG) in
1968-1969. She born 1949.
Who were Fred's parents and/or where/when was he born?
Any info greatly appreciated.
I plan on being in Henry Co the last week in July, to locate the grave
sites of some of my Hockett and Frazier ancestors. I have been able to
locate the location of Cedar Creek Cemetery and a couple of Salem
Cemeteries on maps. I have seen references to a cemetery refered to as
'Old Quaker Cemetery'. I have not been able to locate any information as
to the location of it. Does this cemetery still exist? and where is it
if it does? I shouldn't have waited so late before trying to locate
these cemeteries. Also, Is there a publication of Henry Co Cemeteries
that is available to be purchased.
One place to learn what is available for a specific place is this
link of the Family History Library:
This is their "catalog" where you can search for various types of
To look for info on Henry Co, IA, you go to the above link and click
on "Place Search"
That will "take" you to another web page where you fill in the
"Place" with Henry and "Part of" with Iowa, then click Search.
Search results will list "Iowa, Henry" which is the choice you want.
Click on that to see what is available. If there is something you
want, your local Family History Library can order the specific data
[I believe someone on this list shared this technique for identifying
--- juanita <juanita2(a)cox.net> wrote:
> What years do these tax lists exist - does anyone know? I'd be
> interested in any for years 1883-1900.
> > Does anyone have access to tax lists for 1850-55 in Henry County?
> > am looking for William Stewart and possibly sons Robert and James
> > Thanks,
> > Karen
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