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Are you looking for a fun project? Then you have come to the right place!
IAGenWeb has four great counties that need coordinators. Take a look at Warren,
Lucas, Guthrie, and Appanoose counties at http://iagenweb.org/state/colist.php
. They all have great information available, but really need someone to add
more data and care for them. If you ever wondered what it takes to be a
coordinator, go to http://iagenweb.org/state/primer.htm .
We look forward to hearing from you soon with your choice of counties!
Greta & Conni Mac
IAGenWeb Welcome Hostesses
I've "rescued" an old photograph of Frank STEUNENBERG which was taken at the
Edinger Studio in Des Moines, Iowa. The photograph appears to have been
taken in the 1880's with Frank likely in his 20's at the time. Based on
limited research and thanks to the help of a STEUNENBERG Family Researcher I
was able to gather the following information regarding Frank and his family:
Frank STEUNENBURG b. 8 Aug 1861 in Keokuk, IA to parents Bertus or Albertus
STEUNENBERG and Corinne KEPPEL, he married Evaline Belle KEPPEL on 25 Jun
1885 in Knoxville, IA.
Census records provide the following information:
1880 census of Knoxville, IA:
B. STEUNENBERG, age 53, a widower, born Holland, a Shoe Maker, parents born
Debra STEUNENBERG, age 26, born IA, Keeps House, parents born Holland
William STEUNENBERG, age 23, born MI, a Shoe Maker, parents born Holland
John STEUNENBERG, age 21, born IA, a Shoe Maker, parents born Holland
Frank STEUNENBERG, age 18, born IA, a Type Setter, parents born Holland
Albert STEUNENBERG, age 16, born IA
Elizabeth STEUNENBERG, age 15, born IA
Charles STEUNENBERG, age 11, born IA
George STEUNENBERG, age 9, born IA
Josie STEUNENBERG, age 7, born IA
Grace STEUNENBERG, age 4, born IA
1900 census of Caldwell, ID:
Frank STEUNENBERG, age 39, born Aug 1860, married 14 years, born IA, parents
born Holland, Governor of ID
Eva B. STEUNENBERG, wife, age 37, born Jun 1862, married 14 years, 4
children/3 living, born IA, parents born Holland
Julien P. STEUNENBERG, son, age 13, born Jul 1886, born IA, at School
Frances L. STEUNENBERG, dau, age 7, born Aug 1892, born ID, at School
Frank STEUNENBERG, son, age 3 months, born Mar 1900, born ID
Frank and his brother Albert moved to Caldwell, ID in 1886 to purchase the
Tribune Press Newspaper business. Frank then became involved in politics
and became the Governor of Idaho. I am hoping to locate someone from
Frank's family so that this wonderful old photograph can be returned to its
rightful place, with family. If you are a member of this family, or know
someone who might be, please contact me.
Thank you so much! and for responding so quickly! That's a great help to me.
On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 3:23 PM, Greta Thompson <bluebear(a)new.rr.com> wrote:
> Owen J. Doud is buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, row 3, section S (p 225
> Cemeteries of Marion County, compiled by the Marion County
> Genealogical Society, 4th printing, 2005, Volume I). While there are
> other Douds, I don't find a Sabra or a Nellie.
Is there a roster of interments at Greenlawn Cemetery in Bussey?I am looking
for Owen Doud and his first wife Sabra, and his second wife Nellie Deao, and
they are not on Find-A-Grave or the Iowa Gravestone Project. FamilySearch
listed them in Greenlawn. Tryng to confirm. Thanks.
Happy New Year! The new year and winter always inspires us to start
something innovative. Why not make a New Year's resolution to become a
county coordinator? The Volunteer Primer
http://iagenweb.org/state/primer.htm will help you know more about the
IAGenWeb has beautiful counties and several of them are ready to be adopted.
New coordinators are needed for CEDAR, WARREN, LUCAS, CASS, APPANOOSE, &
GUTHRIE counties. Go to http://iagenweb.org , click on the County Projects
link and take a look at the available counties. Then send an email to the
Welcome Hostesses with your choice of counties at
welcome_to_iagenweb(a)iagenweb.org and we will send you an application. We
will also do our best to answer any questions you might have.
Let's get this year started!
Greta & Conni Mac
IAGenWeb Welcome Hostesses