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My great great grandfather died in Mapleton (Monona), IA on Jan 22, 1922. I'm hoping to learn if he had any siblings.
I'm new to this mailing list. Is there a resource in Monona county that might help me find his obituary?
I'm looking for info on the Jesse & Adelia MARSH family of Mapleton, Monona
Co., Iowa. Jesse died in 1893 and his wife Adelia died in 1891.
Can anyone tell me what my chances are of finding obits for them? Where
would I go to? Is anyone aware of anything on microfilm?
Also searching for info on their son, William(my grandfather) that was
married in Mapleton in 1889 as his 2nd marraige. He married Grace MANSFIELD.
I understand a few of their children were born there but haven't found that
out yet. Thanks.
Looking for any information on the children of Martha (Mattie) E. DOROTHY
born 7-9-1860 in Monona Co. , Ute, Iowa. and Ephraim VANDOVER. They were
married 2-7-1877. Their children were John, Gertie, Lana and Mattie. I
have no birthdates for any of the children. TIA <rita>
Need dod and info for a William Green DOROTHY born 5-22-1843 in Ute, Monona,
IA He was married to Mary Ann BOOHER and they had 3 children. Marion
Wright, Edward H., and Ross.. Any info on any of these would be
appreciated. TIA <rita>
Looking for some kind soul to look up the conclusion & verdict in the murder
trial of Andy Payne for the murder of Seth Moss, Jan 3, 1891. Trial
began Thurs, Feb 12, 1891. Story was running in Monona County Gazette (not
sure if weekly) Last I have is that the judge was going to give final
instructions to the jury on Thurs. Feb 19, 1891. Would love to know the
outcome & have copy of the newspaper coverage of the conclusion. Thanks for
the assistance. Lynn Beatty kenneth.beatty(a)broadwing.com
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