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1925 census Book 98 Line 56
Ralph Bumgarner 32 b IA father Jackson Bumgarner mother: Alvina Reamer 60 b IA
Jackson and Alvina married 11/25/1879
(I see Alvina (Elmira Maria) born 4/22/1861 Hale Twp. Her father: Ralph
Reamer b 4/24/1835 NY and mother Clarissa Polma Brink b 5/3/1832 Bedford Co,
PA died 1/22/1898 -married 1856) Ralph Reamer appears to be a Civil War
Veteran. Possibly a sister of Alvina - Cecily A Reamer b Clarence, IA,
married on 12/5/1883 to C K Shaw.
Edward Reemer 4/4/1846 3 years 7 months 21 days s/o of J A & E
On 12/18/1879 Ezra Cole married Della Reamer in Olin, IA.
Jones Co. Lookup
Looking for information on where the Reilly family could be buried - the
family lived in Oxford Mills (Jones county) from mid 1850's until 1890's.
Several members of the family died there including A.A. Reilly and wife
Catherine but can not seem to locate a cemetery that was any Reilly members.
Family was from Ohio, and were probably not Catholic (eliminating any
Catholic cemeteries). Would appreciate any info on this subject. Thanks.
Anybody else have trouble connecting with Kaylynn? I've tried twice to
contact her regarding her offer to check the 1870 Jones County census and
both times the message bounced. Last time the message in the rejection was
they don't accept spam!
This is the address that was on her original message:
audriana(a)ginetworks.com and the one I used.
I have access to the 1870 Jones County census and will be happy to do
lookups for you. Please, one or two names only....first and
last....per request, and please send to me directly.
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