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Leverett E BROWN b. abt 1867 in Jones Co, IA son of Emerson E and Gratie
(AUBIE) BROWN married 7 May 1890, license from Jones Co, IA Etta B MACKRILL
b. abt 1871 Clay twp, Jones Co, IA. In 1900 this couple was in Parnell,
Filmore twp, Iowa Co, IA with one son, Ralph C BROWN b. abt 1894. Leverett
was a clerk in a drug/grocer store. IA is not indexed for 1910 and I cannot
find them i 1920.
Did any of this family die in Iowa County? Did Ralph marry there? I would
love to hear from anyone that may have any information about this family at
all. Were there more children in the famil?
I am looking for information regarding Henry Nieman. He was probably born in North East Iowa in the late 1800's. He attended Coe College from about 1910 to 1914.
Any information regarding Mr. Nieman and his decendants would be appreciated.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Harry & Jeanne Johnson <hjohnson(a)otw.com>
To: AZ Pima County <AZPIMA-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2000 8:50 AM
Subject: Fw: Fraudulent genealogy lineages ... check out this site
> It has been suggested that we send this message to all genealogy
> we subscribe to in order to get this information out. It is a problem not
> addressed enough by genealogists, in my opinion. I am also sending a
> message that responds to this initial message. This is not just a problem
> for New England. Jeanne J. MA
> > List: This is an interesting site that talks about fraudulent lineages
> > have been documented and published. It list several books written by
> > ANJOU that are fradulent. It also states that Mr. Anjou's works have
> > up in libraries, repositories, AND the Family History Library. It is
> > checking out to see if you have any of the families listed in your tree.
> > link: <A
> > ALOGY FRAUDS
> > URL: http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/fraud/fraud.htm</A>
> > Regarding the "fraudulent genealogy" web site, I urge each and everyone
> spread the word on this site through other mailing lists to which you
> subscribe, making copies of the internet address to pass along or post in
> locations where you do research and any other way you think of to get this
> message out. It has long been a real concern about "acceptable resources"
> and the fact that many/most people cannot even give their sources when
> asked. It is so nice to know that someone is addressing this
> problem.-----Original Message-----
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