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If you are new to this site and related to DeVoes who lived at Lone Tree, please contact me to exchange info. Thank you, Duane
Donna & Duane DeVoe
Come Visit Lena, Illinois!
Can't understand that.... no problem finding the post. One error though.
The original was posted to the BRADSHAW list on 27 Nov 2001 rather than
16 Dec 2001.
Jerry M. wrote:
> What a pain! It didn't work for me.
A well-written post outlining the division of land and creation of
various states from the areas known as the Northwest Territory,
Louisiana Purchase, etc. appeared on the BRADSHAW surname list Dec 16th.
As many of us are doing research in these areas, thought several
folks might be interested in reading this post.
Rather than post a copy to this list (cause I don't have the author's
permission to do so), here's WHERE you can find it:
Go to http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/listsearch.pl
Type BRADSHAW in the box
Choose year 2001
then search for either of these words: sir~le North~i~st
You'll know you've found said post if it mentions Richard L. Bradshaw
and is dated 16 Dec 2001.
Hope someone else finds this helpful info; I did!
Thanks to some GREAT folks reading the Johnson Co email list (these
folks looked up info on Daniel and Catherine), it looks like Daniel
Kimes of Johnson Co, IA connects to my husband's Kosciusko co, IN
ancestors. Don't have primary sources, but secondary sources show
these family members. Sharing this in hopes someone will recognize
one of THEIR ancestors and contact me.
Thanks for your attention.
Birth: 1828 in PA
Peter and Nancy KIMES
Wife's Name (1)
Mary LEIGHTY b: 1833 in OH
d: Bef. 1857
m: 17 January 1851 in Kosciusko Co, IN
Wife's Name (2)
b: 1841 in Bohemia
Peter Kimes b: 1860 in IA
Joseph Kimes b: 1861 in IA
Anna Kimes b: 1862 in IA
Helen Kimes b: 1864 in IA
Nancy A. Kimes b: 1866 in IA
Mary Kimes b: 1868 in IA
William Kimes b: 1870 in Johnson Co, IA
Frank Kimes b: 1872 in Johnson Co, IA
Julia Kimes b: 1874 in Johnson Co, IA
Ida Kimes b: 1877 in Johnson Co, IA
Lewis Kimes b: 1879 in Johnson Co, IA
Alta Kimes b: 1882 in Johnson Co, IA
Adella Kimes b: 1882 in Johnson Co, IA
Rudolph J. Kimes b: 1885 in Johnson Co, IA
Does anyone possibly have access to an index for the 1860 Johnson Co
(IA) census? I'd like to find out IF Daniel Kimes was living there in
1860 and which township he was in. He lived in Big Grove Twp in 1870 and
Thanks for any help.
Looking for Daniel KIMES, son of Peter Kimes. Daniel was living with his
mother in Kosciusko Co, IN when the 1850 census was taken; he
disappeared from that county before the 1860 census.
Now, there's a Daniel Kimes that was living in Big Grove Twp, Johnson
Co, IA in 1870 and 1880. This Daniel married Catherine Barta. "Katie"
and Daniel's eldest son was named Peter, b. ca 1860 in IA. I'm wondering
if this Daniel could have been the son of Peter Kimes. Both Daniels are
listed as born
in PA at nearly the same time (ca 1829).
Any help, clues, leads, etc. appreciated. We're trying to find ALL
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