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I also found an ADOPTION, death, besides Birth dates in Land records.
Don't say anything to anyone when you come upon some of these before you
get your copies off the films as you may not get them. ( Adoptions
From: Richard Keir <rkeir(a)mctcnet.net>
To: IOWA-L(a)rootsweb.com <IOWA-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Thursday, January 24, 2002 10:58 AM
Subject: Re: [IOWA] Small hill to overcome
>One way to find out more about those you are seeking is to locate any land
>records, assuming they bought or sold land in Iowa Co. You would have to
>visit the court house in the county to do this. It has worked for me.
>Grace, born in Iowa
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Rick & Betsy Lloyd" <kslloyd(a)flinthills.com>
>Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 8:55 AM
>Subject: [IOWA] Small hill to overcome
>> I have the marriage license for Mary C. BOLTZ and Henry D. GORTNER. It
>> states they were married at the home of her father Jeremiah on 16 June
>> The newly weds are listed on the 1870 census for Dayton Twp, Iowa Co. but
>> there is no record of her BOLTZ family in the 1860 census. My assumption
>> they moved to Iowa county between 1860 and 1869 but what resource might
>> available to find a closer date? All ideas are appreciated. Betsy ;-)
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Looking for any information on my great grandfather
William O. Bell and/or parents and siblings.
Born October 17, 1856, Iowa.
Do not know where in Iowa.
All census and other information I have found on him, list his birth in Iowa.
No info on his parents birthplace. On some census he is listed as William A.
and one was William G. He died in Hunnewell, KS. in 1926.
I know he was in Oklahoma and Kansas by 1893.
Any information anyone may have or any leads would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for anything you could provide. I want so much to find
Jan, in Indiana
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