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I'm looking for KELLER children on 1880 census. They could be living
with/working for someone in Buchanan, Linn, Cedar Counties or anywhere
Their mother Hannah PEYTON was buried at Spring Grove, Troy Mills, Linn
Co., in 1879. The father William KELLER was living alone as widower on
1880 census in Troy Mills. Henry Keller age 15 was living with John W.
FORMAN in Newton Twp., Buchanan. Myrtle was living with her aunt and
uncle Mary KELLER and Lysander BALL in Newton Twp.
I am still looking for:
Earnest Macajah "Ed" Keller abt 15 later married Jennie Phillips
Elizabeth Keller abt 12 later married William ROBBENNOLT
Grace Keller abt 8 later married William FREDERICK
I have looked with relatives (having children under 10) and searched
numerous townships. If possibly there is a KELLER child living with one
of your ancestors, please let me know.
Hi Johnson County Researchers,
>I found a James Crossfield on the 1900 census for Johnson Co. b Dec
>Ella wife Mar 1858
>James son July 1895 Amlet
>I'm looking for information on Crossfields, or if someone could tell me
>where this Amlet is it might help.
>I believe James parents were John Crossfield and Elizabeth Lott. Any
>clues would be appreciated.
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