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Looking for Darland descendants and Dorland descendants who moved to Mahaska
county Iowa who might have Bible or other documentation they might wish to
share for the new Dorland/Darland genealogy that is currently being written.
I am looking for family information which does not already appear in the
"Dorland Family in America" by John Dorland Cremer. The book will most
likely only be able to go into the 5th or 6th generation from Lambert Janse
or Jan Garret simply because of space expansion. However, I want to be
certain that everything is well documented and much information that is
needed might be in your attics, Bibles. letters or other papers. This is
your opportunity to share this information, and of course you will be given
credit for information used.
You can contact me either by eMail at:
or US Mail
117 Evergreen Court
Blue Bell, PA 19422
You might try contacting the Keo-Mah Gen. Soc. & ask if someone will look
at the marriage index for your Henry. I live in FL or I would do it. If
you do find a date I could make a copy of the record when we go to IA in
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I am researching the Krizer family of Mahaska county. I have a Jacob
and Jane Killinger Krizer who move to Iowa in 1853. They had several
children including a Henry Krizer. Jacob died in 1903 and was buried
in the Wymore cemetery in White Oak township. His wife Jane is also
buried there. What I can not seem to connect is their son Henry's first
wife. I know he was married to a Eva Reeser later and had several
children. Any information about Henry Krizer would be appreciated.
Also anything about his son Willis Krizer who was married to a Nellie
I am searching for information on George William Loghry and family. George and wife Esther Shock Peterson Loghry lived there about 1857 to ? At least two of their children, Daniel Wesley (dob January 1858) and Alma (dob July 1864) were born in Mahaska county. Daniel was my great-great grandfather. Since no birth records were maintained in 1858, I am trying to locate information to prove the family was there. In the index, I found George listed in the 1860 census, I believe Valley twp. Is there any one out there who has access to the census and tell me what information is found on the census. They left the county after 1864 and are found in Page county in 1870 census.
Any information or thoughts about how to research Daniel's birth would be greatly appreciated. How about newspapers in the area at that time?
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