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IF THIS IS THE SAME SITE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR...THIS IS IT AND WORKING...
SOME SURNAMES SEARCHING: ALLGOOD, ABBOTT, CARR, COPPERSMITH,GOODE,
HIERONYMUS,PALMER, PETTICHORD, NATION, SAGE.
We have noticed that the link we have to "the Federal land
title records for the Eastern Public Land States, issued
between 1820 and 1908" has a horrible picture and the
statement "Owned by PoisonBox" instead of the land records.
....Having been off-line for a couple of months, I am
wondering if this has been noticed and perhaps there is a
new/different URL for the land record page..... one I haven't
heard of as I've been *gone* ....
Terri Rene DaVar-Howard
Thomas Wilson MOORE (1833-1892) and Malinda SWAIM MOORE (1834-1888) left Parke County Indiana for Iowa shortly after 1880. One of their sons, Daniel Webster MOORE, appeared in Frederic, Monroe County in 1892 where he married Emma MOSS. None of the rest of the family were in Monroe County. Mahaska County is just over the county line from Frederic and there is a report of a Thomas MOORE there.
Their children were Charles Alexander (1857-1921), Laban F. (1860-1815), William Peter (1861-1939), Daniel Webster (1863-1947), Jemima J.(1865-1915), Adda May (1866-1952), Watson Hubert (1868-1894), Mary Emily (1870-1888), Hannah Ellen (1873-1956), Eliza Ann (1876-?).
Any information on this family will be greatly appreciated.
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Hi. I'm new to this list. Could some kind list member who has access to the
1860 and 1870 index for the census or a printed actual copy of the census
please look in Cedar Twp for the name Harrison (or H.H.)
McFarling/McFarland/McFarlan-he should be in the 1860 for sure and checking
the 1870 because I can't find him in other areas. You can email me
privately with the information or on the list. Thanks so much. Dar at
I would like to know how to get an uncertified copy of a death cert. in Linn
CO for a 1944 death.
The Birth, Death, and Marriage Records of Linn County, Iowa are located at
the County Recorder Office, 930 1st Street SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406-1406.
Each certified copy is $10.00. Those requesting certified copies must prove
familial link with registrant before acquiring copy. Uncertified copies are
available at $1.00 each.