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Doing research in Jones......... regarding my husbands family...............We are looking for any connections with Michael Edward Carr and Catherine Jane Murray Carr................. The Carr's and Murray's came into Jones I believe early or near by in Cascade. So far cannot prove If they were in Cascade. the Murray's are also connected to the Skahills.
Thanks for any help or suggestions
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There are some really great folks who are willing to help just for the asking. I, myself do Volunteer research at Andersonville Civil War Prison in Andersonville Georgia. There are Any research I do is absolutely at NO cost
and I am willing to do what I can. As there are 1542 prisoners on record from the state of Iowa and almost 300 who died here, I thought I would send my offer. . I feel the need to say I am not in anyway
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Here are my sources of research.
There are 2 online databases to do lookups.....One by name...one by
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which has the names and grave numbers of 12960 graves with only 460 marked
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the 45,000 who were imprisoned there which helps me find prisoner records because of
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I am looking for information on the following people who have Jones Co., IA
connections (specifically Cass Twp.):
Alfred Baldwin (b 1/14/1822 England; d 3/7/1900) m. Elizabeth Murray (b 1823
Ireland; d 6/5/1916) and had:
George Robert BALDWIN (b 5/5/1858 Toronto, Ontario, Canada; d 6/9/1930; bur
Oak Shade Cemetery, Marion, Linn Co., IA) m1. between 1879-1882 Alice
Elizabeth BECK (b 1861 PA; d 1887 Marion, Linn Co., IA; bur Castlegrove
Cemetery, Jones Co., IA); m2. 1889 Elizabeth E. REED (b 8/8/1863 Le Salle,
Deer Park, IL; 12/25/1933 Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA; bur Oak Shade
Cemetery, Marion, Linn Co., IA). The 1920 Cedar Rapids Directory shows him
as a restaurant proprietor and 1930 Directory shows him as an elevator
The following information is from the 1885 Iowa State Census for Cass Twp.,
Baldwin Alfred 85 Farmer b England
Baldwin Elisabeth 58 Keeping house b Ireland
Baldwin Stephen 16 b Jones Co.
Baldwin Essa 14 b Jones Co.
**This indicates that they were in Jones Co. by at least 1869.
Alice Elizabeth BECK is the daughter of David BECK (b 1838 PA; d 4/21/1872)
and Sarah SCHEFFER (b 1842 PA; d 1915). I know they had the following
children besides Alice:
Milton E. Beck b 1863
Ida Beck b 1867
Lizzie Beck b between 1/1/1869 & 8/9/1869
After David's death, Sarah remarried John Wint abt 1873 and they had two
children together: Lotta Wint in 1874 and Carrie Wint in 1879.
I have a picture of them and Mrs Alice Elizabeth Beck appears to be slightly
darker in skin tone than George, possibly of Indian descendancy??? Am
willing to share this photo with anyone interested.
I am particularly interested in the BECK family, although anything on any of
the people mentioned would be much appreciated.
22 Matthews Road
Newark, DE 19713-2558
Researching (mainly): Peters, Ubil, Rigler,
High, Wells, Fry, Hartsock, Baldwin, & Seitz.
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To all who took the time to look up the relatives, thank you very much. Now my next project is to find them in St. Peter's Cemetery in Temple Hill. What is confusing is that the Carr's are Sr. and Jr. <know where the Juniors are> is the senior did do verify/
Michael E. Carr, Sr. and his wife Mary
John Murray Sr. and his wife Mary ....................
House 72 - Washington Township
Carr, Michael, age 53, M, M, Farmer, 1500, 400, born Ireland, parents
foreign born, male citizen
, Mary, 53, F, M, born Ireland
, Michael, 18, M, M, Cooks on Farm, born New York
See, Maggie E, 2, F, M, born Iowa
Couldn't find a Murray in Jones County but didn't check other
spellings...may have time to try later.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Patty" <justme(a)schallertel.net>
Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2002 10:34 AM
Subject: [IAJONES] Request......
> Trying to find on the 1870 census................. Carr, Michael E. and
family............ and Murray John and Family
> It should be in Washington Township.................in Jones County If I'm
> To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records,
Would like any information on Wesley and Susan Adams family in Jones County
in the late 1890's to 1900.
searching: DUNN, HACKETT, MAPES, SWORDEN, CLAY, PENISTEN, DEWEY, ALLSHOUSE,
ADAMS, BARNHOUSE, BRANDT, MOORE, SNURR (SCHNERR), DARNER, STORM (STURM),
BEISER (BISER or BEYSER)
1870 US Census, Jones County, Washington Twp. Page 212
Carr, Michael 53 M Farmer
Carr, Mary 53 F Keeping House
Carr, Michael 18 m Works on Farm
See, Maggie 2 F
At 09:34 AM 8/14/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>Trying to find on the 1870 census................. Carr, Michael E. and
>family............ and Murray John and Family
>It should be in Washington Township.................in Jones County If I'm
>To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records,
Trying to find on the 1870 census................. Carr, Michael E. and family............ and Murray John and Family
It should be in Washington Township.................in Jones County If I'm lucky.
Good afternoon............Is there a way you could check past census for an
Archibald Russell (b. abt. 1835?) possible in the 1850-90 census.
Also for the following names Beyeler and Aegerter between 1880-1910.
Thank you very much........I appreciate your efforts.
1850 Coshocton County, Lafayette twp. OH
Francis Smith 64 PA
Edah (?) 64 PA
Finley 24 OH
Daniel 18 OH
Charles 15 OH
Katherine 14 OH
1860 Pleasant Valley township, Jo Daviess County, IL page 890
Finley smith 27 OH
Frances 26 OH
I was wondering if anyone has a copy of the 1870 Census Index and if I
could get a lookup.
I am looking for Finley Smith, Ida Smith or Francis Elizabeth Smith. If I
can just get the township and page I would be grateful.
Thanks so much,
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