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You might know that the newspaper above was published between 1882 and about 1971 in Breda, IA and later in Wall Lake, IA.
Now I'm looking for issues of this newspaper between 1916 and 1971 and clippings of obituaries. I would appreciate your answer if you have those items.
The clippings can be send by Email (frisian(a)netins.net) or snail mail to my address (P. O. Box 269, Titonka, Iowa 50480-0269). In return I would send you a translation of the obituary/obituaries.
Thank you very much in advance for your help.
If you look at the IAGenWeb page for Marion County
http://www.rootsweb.com/~iamarion/ you'll find the answers to many of your
questions. The hours and available records at the courthouse are at
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Eiamarion/rec.htm. On the same page you'll find a
list of the public libraries (with addresses and phone numbers) in the
county. The Marion County Genealogy Society
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Eiamcgs/Index.html has a research room on the
second floor of the Knoxville Public Library. Go to the site for hours. Many
of the materials available there are listed on the Marion County site and on
pages of the Genealogy Society site. You'll find information about
cemeteries on both sites. The Genealogy Society also has published a book on
IAGenWeb Coordinator for Marion County
----- Original Message -----
From: "gayle" <gayle1(a)wheatstate.com>
Sent: Monday, August 11, 2003 9:09 PM
Subject: [IAMarion] need information prior to a trip to Marion County
> We plan to be in Marion County the first part of next week. I need to
> at land and probate records, and also read obituaries (I have some dates).
> would appreciate knowing the hours at the courthouse and also do I go to a
> historical society, a genealogy society, or a public library to read
> newspapers and check cemetery records? What are the hours of those places
> need to visit.
> Thanks so much
> Gayle in Kansas
> Searching for the Karr (Kar); Brouse (Brous, Bros); Schmidt, Bloss
> families in the 1850-1890 era. They were in the Red Rock area.
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We plan to be in Marion County the first part of next week. I need to look
at land and probate records, and also read obituaries (I have some dates). I
would appreciate knowing the hours at the courthouse and also do I go to a
historical society, a genealogy society, or a public library to read
newspapers and check cemetery records? What are the hours of those places I
need to visit.
Thanks so much
Gayle in Kansas
Searching for the Karr (Kar); Brouse (Brous, Bros); Schmidt, Bloss (Blaaze)
families in the 1850-1890 era. They were in the Red Rock area.
Hello. I am new to this forum. I recently married into the MICK's from Marion County IOWA. I have gotten pretty far back on the MICK side from Iowa. Stuck on Peter Mick married Margret
He died in Carroll County, Washington Township, OHIO in 1834.
I am researching these surnames:
MICK, COY, FORD, GARRISON, SNOW, OLSON, LYMAN
Carrol (Paul) Mick
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