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Looking for information on Eugene James Wilsey m. Catherine (Katie) O'Rourke
in Anamosa on Jan. 28, 1878. Think they lived there and Stone City until
about 1910. Need his parents names, and any brothers or sisters. He worked as
a prison guard in 1887 when my Mother was born, Grace Wilsey. If anyone has
access to census or marriage records, would appreciate any help. Thank you.
I have an ancestor who may be the one involved in the
above titled case. This case is cited in 164 NW 335
and 1 ALR 523, 528 (I have lookded at these. It is a
case that originated in Iowa, listed as 181 Iowa 210.
Both the REYNOR and the MACKRILL listed may be
ancestors of my husband. They lived in both Jackson
and Jones couties, variously, between 1845 and 1925.
I haven't been able to find the text of the original
case, 181 Iowa 210 online anywhere, but I may be
looking in the wrong places!
Could someone who has access to the case reports for
the State of Iowa please check this case and see about
sending me the full text of the case? I know this is a
lot to ask - but I need to know the details of this
Thanks so much!
Ann Allen McDonough
Ann's Genealogy Home Page: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/4402/index.html
Allen in Kentucky (A single surname page) http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pointe/9318/index.html
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