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Mary Maud was born in Marengo, Spetember 21, of 1879. I did send for her birth certificate, but have waited forever. For some reason she moved into Clearwater Fl. and she married and died there.
I should like to know who she was and where they came from.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.
You'll be waiting a long time for birth certificates before 1880. They
simply weren't filed, and weren't required by law. The best thing to do is
to find her in the 1880 census as a 1 year old child, and then possibly in
some church records.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
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I am doing a one name study on the name COVEY. If anyone has run
across any of these folks I would certainly appreciate hearing from
My direct line goes back to 1639 in Braintree, Massachuttes. I'm now
trying to fatten the tree and perhaps add a little color.
Thanks in advance for your efforts.
Creator of Ol' Tubby Joe Stottlemeyer
Author of: Watson Is Where It Wuz
I moved to Virginia in 1981. I was born in NE Iowa, a small town called
Nashua. My gf named Randall Goings was born in Iowa Co. in 1896. He was the
son of John Goings and Nellie Dorman. John died at the age of 24 and Nellie
remarried twice ,outlving all 3 husbands by a large margin as she lived to be
97 yo. John's parents were George and Mary Jane Goings who are buried in the
Titler Cemetary north of Marengo Ia in the early 1900's. George's parents
were John and Catherine Goings who also died in Iowa County but I don't know
where in the late 1850's.
I cant help you much because I no longer live near there.
Hello my friend,
Don't know your name, wasn't on E Mail.
Thank you for correcting me. I haven't been able so far to remember why I
can't remember how the spelling goes.
Are you in Ia Co.? Close to the Cem?
A hundred yrs after gr gr grapa Moses Brannan was bur. 1871/2 ? you are
there with bur. 0f your Gr grandmother. Moses and Casandra were my grgr
You are the first one to answer anything I have put out on numerous
messages about these families in Iowa Co. Ia from 1855 abt on forward.
There were 9 girls in Jerusha's family then one son. I hope that sometime
soon some one of these girls or son's dewcendants would come forward and
get to know their decendants of other siblings of Moses and Casandra.
I feel good tho today as after 38 yrs of searching for the Barnett ancestors
of Casandra's, son 's, Emanuel Moses Michael/ Brannan's son in law, John
Robert Barnett, who mar. Effie Cora Brannan in Colfax, Wa 1900, my
grandparents, it shows up from York Co SC Historical Soc. Research
volunteer. to me.
Also had some connections to Emanuel's wife's family, Millie Maxine Rooks,'s
mother's siblings., Smithson's/ Trenary etc.
I would say that is remarkable. from Clinton Co Oh.
Is there anything you can tell me abt the Cem. or the Brannan's or if
Jerusha and or James Johnson are also bur. there?
I long to communicate with anyone in the Marengo/ Medina area's that could
look up or give me some imformation.
I was named after Millie Maxine my gr grandmother who d in 1925, 3 yrs
before I was born. She d and is bur with Emanuel d 1914, and, 2 dau's and
other family memebers in Colfax, Wash. Cemetery.
Thank you much. I am willing to share any Gen I have with those who wish.
Maxine Baldwin in Roy Wa mmwaw(a)sprynet.com
From: RJSPkids(a)aol.com <RJSPkids(a)aol.com>
To: mmwaw(a)sprynet.com <mmwaw(a)sprynet.com>
Date: Friday, October 01, 1999 3:33 PM
Subject: Re: [INDIANA] Surnames
>The spelling on the cemetary Jerusha's parents are in is Koszta. It is
>located between Marengo and Belle Plaine, Iowa on the side of a hill.
>( There aren't many hills in Iowa.) I don't know your relatives but my g-gm
>Nellie Myers was buried there in 1972.
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