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My name is Nancy PAGE RICHINGS. My father, TRACY SHEPARD and grandmother
Jennie I. ANDREWS were born in Morse, Johnson County, Iowa.
Levi Lyman PAGE came to Iowa City with several of his siblings and his
mother in 1852-3 from OHIO. Levi was married there to Amanda EWING in
1854. My grandmother, Jennie Irene ANDREWS PAGE was born in Graham twp in
1855. Her parents were Orrin and Sarah (SHEPARD) ANDREWS. They arrived
there from Erie County Pennsylvania in 1854. I would love to know if any
of the other descendants of Levi and Amanda PAGE or Elijah and Marcia PAGE
are still in the area?
Some of the other surnames of those descendants are: COULTER, METCALF,
COZINE, MORSE, KELLER, SMITH, AMES. I have been doing research on this
family for over 20 years and have collected numerous data. Would love to
find a distant or not so distant cousin. Thanks for any help. Nancy
New to this list and hoping someone can help.
One of our ancestor's brothers was a Daniel Kimes, b. ca 1828 in PA. In
an attempt to track descendants, we've been looking for Daniel's
whereabouts and ran across a Daniel Kimes that was in Big Grove Twp in
1870 and 1880. This Daniel is about the same age as the Daniel we're
looking for and I'm hoping someone has access to the 1860 IA census and
can tell me if Daniel was there in 1860. He wasn't living with his
mother in 1860 and we can't find him living anywhere in her
Any help appreciated.
Cindy Kimes in Indiana
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