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I am not related to Wesley N Adams or Susan Allshouse.
1925 Jones Co., IA census - Monticello, IA
Martha Adams 42 b IA father Charley Smith bGermany mother Susan Allshouse b IA
Lyal E Adams 24 born IA father: David Adams
Evelyn M Adams 17 born Iowa father: David Adams
Claire Adams 12 born Iowa
Ralph Adams 6 born Iowa
Richard G Adams 1 born Iowa
Marriage Book F - Reg. No. 3435 Page 214
Wesley Adams b Ohio marr. in Monticello 01/30/1894 to Mrs. Susan Smith born IL
father: Wm Adams father
mother: Elizabeth ______ (no mother
None listed in the WPA Cemetery book that I can see .
I do not understand your second message to the Jones Co. list. What is
John's last name?
If you have more information to help me find your ancestors, I will be happy
to look in the courthouse on Wednesday.
Do you believe that they died in Jones Co.?
Jones Co. Lookup
There are two rolls of film with GAR Jones County, Iowa, records on them.
One of the rolls has a very large Anamosa Post on it.
The LDS Idenification numbers on the cartons are:
16135315702794 and 14874055702780
If you do not find the Anamosa Post on one of the above microfilm rolls,
please contact me directly and I will determine exactly which roll has the
Anamosa Post on it.
Jones County Lookup
some info I have:
John T Laine b 1794 or 95 in TN or NC married Jan 1822 to Melissa
Sherrell in Green County, Ky. Died 18 May 1867 in Wyoming,, Jones
County, Iowa. Melissa died Jan 07, 1882 in Jones County Iowa. Her
parents were Ambrose Sherrell, and Nancy Davenport, who I belive both
died in Jo Davies County , Il
their children are:
James Laine B 1831 in Ill
Samuel Laine b 1825 in Ky
Thomas b 1832 in Il
Clara b 1831 in Il
George b 1835 in Il
Elizabeth b ?? in Il
William b 1848 in Iowa
Josephine b 1851 in Iowa
Alvira b 1853 in Iowa
James Laine married Lucille Garrett, daughter of Jacob Garrett who died
in Jones County, Iowa and Catherine ?? Garrett, who moved to Ca...
James and Lucille had the following children all born in Jones County,
George Washington Laine B 1861 (my Grandfather)
would love to hear from anyone related to these people...
I have just learned that one of my grandmother's brothers (John) was raised
by the Wenger family after his parent's deaths. He would have been 9 years
old at the time. Dows any one know about this family. John was born May 25,
1896 in Monticello, Iowa, married Rachel Harriett Gaddie in Hopkinton, Iowa,
and died Feb. 6, 1978 in Monticello, Iowa.
I am looking for anyone in the family of Wesley Nicholas Adams and Susan
Florence Allshouse. Would like to get in contact and exchange information
with you. Also anyone knowing anything about this family.
Looking for info on families and parentage of Benoni Brown b. 1769, MA.
Hamilton Carey (Cary) b. abt. 1826 in N.Y., md. Catherine Schoonmaker John (John) Lafayette Scott b.1832, d. 1864 in Civil War, md. Martha Velinda Brown.
These families lived in Anamosa and Fairview Township.
My husbands gggrandfther, Noah ALDRICH, lived in Jones County Iowa. I know he was there in June 1847 when he married Esther Moore Hiner and until his death November 1859. I do not know where he is buried. I would really like to know when he came to Iowa and from where. Census and newspaper articles say he was born in Mass.
The children of Noah and Esther ALDRICH were:
Sumner born 1848
Olive born 1850
Martha Jane born 1852
Irvin born 1855 (I have his line)
Everett born 1857
Esther and the children moved to Dallas County Iowa after Noah's death.
I would really appreciate any help or clues in finding parents or siblings for this Noah ALDRICH./
Eunice Aldrich taldrich(a)ptsi.net
Kevin Meagher has transcribed the 1856 Scotch Grove Census and it is now
posted on the Jones county IAGenWeb site:
We now have the complete 1852, 1854 & 1856 Iowa state censuses for Jones
county on line. Anyone ready to tackle 1885? ' -}
Thank you very much, Kevin!
IAGenWeb Jones County Coordinator
Not long ago Joanne Wilken posted some GAR information to this list. I
wanted to see if I could find a film with the information -- so that I could
have a copy for my file. The following information might be useful to
Using the Keyword Iowa Civil War, I searched the LDS familysearch.org site
to see if film would be listed -- received several pages of film one of
which was the GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) records Iowa Posts Indexes to
veterans; post membership records. Noted that one film listed men; Boyd,
Adam - Corwin, William E. film #1487371. My fellow has the surname Chopper.
I ordered this film and noted that the GAR post was listed as "#4 Anamosa".
To date I have not been able to find a filming by the LDS for this Anamosa
Post GAR records.
If you do a search and find film #1613531 for Jones Co., Iowa GAR records --
please know that you will not find an Anamosa Post on this film.
Hope this has helped someone today.
Linda in South Central Montana
Thanks to Steve Hanken, the record of deaths from the St. John's Evangelical
Lutheran Church of Monticello, 1864-1988, have been posted to a new section
of the Jones County IAGenWeb site called "Churches." Included there are some
pictures from old real photo post cards and links to other church-related
information on the site.
Steve promises more from St. John's 125th anniversary book, and if anyone
else has church-related information, please send it in.
I've been posting and reading things from this mail list for several months,
but just can't get anywhere.
Looking for any information regarding George Lewis BERTRUCHI, who filed his
application for social security in Oxford Junction in 1942. The application
says he was unemployed at the time.
Through a helping pair of hands, someone checked and indicated he was NOT
listed in the 1925 census index of Jones County.
I have written 2 letters to Tri-County Historical Society, the first one May
18th, the second on June 23rd. To date, I haven't even received a response
from them. I enclosed SASE in both requests, as well as my email address
(trying to give them options and make it as simple as possible). This is the
ONLY time a Historical Society has ignored a request as I think back through
the years of research. Can someone offer some help?
Would love someone to check city phone books to determine when and for how
long he was listed. To perhaps check the business listings to determine what
he did for a business. Is there a way to check this small town newspaper for
something? Surely a community as small as this should make research easier,
someone must know the name? Can anyone offer help with addresses to churches
where I might find information regading membership??
Other thoughts welcomed.
Additionally, I've lost Jim Neiers addy.........anyone out there have it?
Sandy in Ohio
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