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Sent: Saturday, August 24, 2002 5:40 AM
Subject: Missing Child. We need your Help!
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Jennifer has been missing since 08/15/02
Jennifer Renee Short
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Family History Radio will host a live free Genealogy webcast on
September 10th from 8:00 to 9:00 PM EDT.
Family History Radio celebrates its one year anniversary with a live
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<<'m looking for cemeteries in in Iowa, Swank cemetery, Evans Cemetery.
Can some one help with the location? I think they are in Johnson Co, Iowa.>>
The Iowa Historical Society library on Iowa Ave. in Iowa City has an old map
with many unknown cemeteries.
We're fairly certain we've I.D.ed another of Daniel Kimes's descendants.
With the additional info given in Edward J. Kimes's obit, online at:
we've linked his father, Joseph Kimes, to Daniel Kimes of Big Grove Twp,
Johnson Co, IA.
Basically here's the facts:
Joseph Kimes was b: 1860/1861 in Johnson Co, IA.
He married Emma (Nellie) Schupatar in Johnson Co, IA on 11 November
In 1906, Joseph was living in Moneta, IA; this is in O'Brien Co.
We'd LOVE to connect to anyone related to the family!
----- Original Message -----
From: JULIE MCELROY
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 10:08 PM
I'm looking for cemeteries in in Iowa, Swank cemetery, Evans Cemetery.
Can some one help with the location? I think they are in Johnson Co, Iowa.
I'm looking for the Edmonds family in Iowa.
Thank you, Julie McElroy
I am researching Joseph RAYNOR br abt 1840 married Abt 1864 to Jemimia Jane
MUSSER br.1844 I believe they are my 3XGrandparents their daughter Sarah
Ellen RAYNOR br 1872 does anyone have any information on these 2 families?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Researching :RAYNOR DELP MUSSER THOMAS SMITH in USA,
UNLAND BUEDDING Germany
STONEHOUSE SEYMOUR England
DUNBAR WHITE BROWN CAMPBELL MCQUEEN AIRD LECKIE
BRYCE in Scot6land
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