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Am new to the list. Is anyone researching the HOLLOPETER family in Iowa Co.?
I am working on a HOLLOPETER single-surname project and would welcome the
chance to compare notes with other Hollopeter researchers. Am happy to share
what I have on your lines.
Home of the Hollopeter and Stevick Single-Surname Projects
An interesting article appeared in an 1886 issue of The Republican,
copied as written:
At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernhart Lacher,
in Honey Creek township, Iowa county, Iowa, on Thursday evening, November 18,
1886, by the Rev. Geo. Weber, of Vinton, Mr. Henry Linder, of Garrison,
Benton county, and Miss Caroline Lacher, of the former place.
A number of friends and relatives were present to witness the ceremony,
and to start them out upon the troubled sea of matrimony with hearty good
wishes for a safe and pleasant voyage. A large number of presents attested
the esteem in which they are held by their many friends.
The Republican extends to this young couple its best wishes, and trusts
that life with them will be prosperous and happy.
The following is a list of the presents:
Father and mother of the Bride--Set of furniture.
Mother of Groom--Coffee mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Linder--Bed spread.
Mr. Charles Lacher--Two linen towels and picture.
Miss Sophia Lacher--Butter and honey dish.
Miss Lana Lacher--Pickle dish.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKusker--Clothes cupboard.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schwartzentrauber and Charles Carter--Fruit dish.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hall--Fruit dish.
Mrs. F. E. Sperling--Water pitcher and dozen goblets.
Mrs. Christ Hoyt--Glass water pitcher.
Miss Rachael Nanny Ward--Set of glass dishes.
Mr. G. P. Baltz--Lamp.
Miss Amy Foss--Lamp.
Mrs. Edwards--Sauce dish and towel.
Mr. Henry Clamer--Butter knife.
Mr. John Brown--Half dozen cups and saucers.
Mr. John Hall--Silk handkerchief.
Miss Amanda Brown--Pair mittens.
Mrs. James McKusker--Hanging basket.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Stern--Stand cover.
Mr. H. Stern--Dozen napkins.
(furnished by Jean)
I am new on your list. I am researching the Hall and Brown and Shaul-Shaull
families that lived in Ladora, IA (probably the Ohio Settlement) around the
I have received a message that Moses Hall died Feb. 27, 1879 and was buried
in Arkansas of Ladora, IA.
Is there a cemetery in Ladora named Arkansas? Can anyone help, I'm one