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Any possibility you are in the wrong township? There is a Soldier Twp. next
door in Crawford County, IA. (They have a great website too) I believe the
town of Soldier (Monona), IA is actually in Jordan Twp. I could be wrong & you
should know if you found them on the Monona County census.
Maybe they moved on to another locality.
Just keep trying and I'm sure you will find them.
I suppose you could try writing Ute City Hall/Library to check if they have
an old town history. I checked the 1894-1994 Centennial history & found no
family listing for Putnam or Goodrich, but they could have an older version than
this. Or they could have old newspapers if you need an obit. I really don't
know what their holdings are.
Is there anybody in Monona County to help me verify death, burial or any
information on Eri Carlton Putnam (could be E.C. Putnam) and his wife Olive
Elizabeth Goodrich Putnam aka Eliza Putnam? Eri was born January 12, 1812
in Watertown County, NY and died 26 August 1896 in Ute, Monona County, IA.
His wife Olive Elizabeth Goodrich Putnam aka Eliza born December 15, 1838
and died May 11, 1904. I wrote to Iowa Vital Records and received a nice
piece of paper saying they had no record of their death (and absorbed my
$20.00). I wrote Monona County Records and they informed to write Iowa
Vital Records. Monona County was very nice in answering my request and even
sent my check back but I still have no record or information except for
family history. I did find Eliza in the 1890 and 1900 census in Soldier,
Monona County, IA. My line is from their son Charles F. Putnam, which I
have his death certificate. Olive Elizabeth's father was Chauncey Goodrich.
He was in 1870 and 1880 census of Soldier, Monona County, Iowa. His wife's
name was Elizabeth Carnes. Any information on him and his wife would be
appreciated too. Just trying to verify information and my line. Thanking
you in advance.
Jean Belzer arizonajean1(a)cox.net
Thank you, I will do some writing to them and ask them if they have anything
on them. Thanks again
From: Husker62(a)aol.com [mailto:Husker62@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004 9:48 PM
Subject: Re: [IAMONONA] Putnam/Goodrich
I think you will have much better luck getting records from the Monona
Courthouse in Onawa, IA than you will with the state.
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I need help in locating the death of Eri Carlton Putnam and his wife Olive
Elizabeth Goodrich Putnam aka Eliza. According to family they both died in
Ute, Monona County, Iowa and are buried there. Eri died 26 August 1896 and
Eliza died 11 May 1904. Eliza was in the 1900 census of Monona County,
Iowa. I sent to Iowa Vital Records for Olive Elizabeth Putnam but they
answered as no such record. Any help would be appreciated and thanking you
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