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I find Wm H and Mary H Cook in Penn Twp in the 1925 Iowa State Census
He is 60 years old, born in Missour, son of Thomas Cook and Ruth Wildman or Windman, both of PA
Mary is the daughter of Henry Windron and Martha Hughes, married in Iowa City.
From: Pat Westmoreland <patsgen(a)swbell.net>
Sent: Thu, 23 Apr 2009 6:53 pm
Subject: [IAJOHNSO] William Henry Cook family
I'm looking for William henry Cook born June 28 1858 in Kirksville Mo.he died
july 20 1925 North Liberty johnson County iowa? He had?married?Esther Wildman?
1884. i would like any info on this family? obit or death information would be
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I'm looking for William henry Cook born June 28 1858 in Kirksville Mo.he died july 20 1925 North Liberty johnson County iowa He had married Esther Wildman 1884. i would like any info on this family obit or death information would be great
Did the flood last June affect any of the Johnson County cemeteries? (Specifically the Sandtown (Morfordsville) Cemetery in Pleasant Valley Twp, and Czech National a.k.a. Bohemian Cemetery in Cedar Rapids, IA.) I'm curious as I've read in the southeast US where vaults have surfaced and floated during floods. Anything like that happen in Johnson Co last year?
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