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George Crosson, born August 1863 in Johnson County to parents John and
Ann Lyle Crosson, near Oxford or Tiffin, Iowa in Johnson county.
He was still alive at the time of a brother's death in 1917.....but
obit didn't say where he was living. Would anyone have any information
on him? When he died and where buried??? Some of the family moved to
South Dakota and some stayed in Johnson county and Iowa County, Iowa.
Thanks for any information. Dorothy
Looking for information about parents of Amelia BINKO (b. 6/26/1876 in Visoke
Mito, Czechoslovakia, d. 11/15/1969 Solon, IA) married to John Elias VORNHOLT
11/14/1900. Amelia's SSN application lists parents as Josef and Anna Koslan
BINKO but I have no other information about them.
I do have pictures and other info to share about Amelia and John.
There is a cemetery on the Black Diamond road, I think, just before the
Cosgrove turnoff. Is there anyone who can tell me what the name is or
anything else about it? My daughter was there a couple of weeks ago and
said it appeared that everyone buried there was from Ireland. I don't
beleive anyone has been buried there for awhile now. Could someone also
tell me what I would have to do to document that cemetery and get it
online. I would appeciate anyone's help with this. Thank you,
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