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WOW! Here we are already into the month of August! Training camp has opened
and football preseason is about to begin. What a great time of the year it is!
And to make August even better IAGenWeb preseason looks as if we are headed for
another Wild Rose winning season! Take a look at the great 'teams' that will be
participating in the preseason training camp and find your favorite 'team' to be
a part of.
This seasons teams are: Adams, Black Hawk, Chickasaw, Des Moines, Dickinson,
Greene, Guthrie, Lee, Lyon, Montgomery, Osceola, Pottawattamie and Scott. They
all have Great assistance coaching staffs, with the best players in any league .
great volunteers and free genealogical on site data.
We hope you will come join us for the late summer training camp and pick your
favorite team to be a head coach of. Just contact the IAGenWeb Welcome
Hostesses welcome_to_iagenweb(a)iagenweb.org for more information and an
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Constance & Cheryl
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Hello Mills County Researchers,
A little update for our Mills County Site:
Death Records for 1897-1908 are being added. We currently have A, B, C, O,
and P on-line. You can view these at
http://iagenweb.org/mills/deaths/index.htm. A huge thank you to Deb Smith
for helping me with the task of transcribing those detailed records. I have
such an appreciation for Bev Boileau and Cay Merryman for all their
transcribing efforts of the death records we already have on-line. I feel,
so fortunate to have so many Mills County records at our fingertips.
Our next project is going to be a new obituary page. I would like to set up
a page of obituaries with pictures. If you have some stored away to share,
please contact me at kbtechau(a)gmail.com.
Thanks for all your help with our website.
*Mills County Coordinator*
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Hey fellow Ancestor Hunters!
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Over the last 6 months I've put together the how to guide I wrote on finding your ancestors, breaking down those walls and finding the answers you have had a hard time looking for. You can get a free copy if you would like :)
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I found a site this morning that I thought might be of interest to anyone
researching Family History. Hopefully, you will also find some value in
The USGenWeb Project has provided some helpful links, and educational
information for researching. You can find this at
http://www.usgenweb.org/research/index.shtml. If you have trouble bringing
up the website, try going to USGenWeb and clicking on “Researchers” at the
top of the page.
Happy Hunting and Happy 4th of July! Karyn
Ps: I am working on transcribing additional Death records, for our Mills
County website. They are both interesting and sad to read. There were so
many children, for a variety of reasons. Hopefully you will be able to see
*Mills County *