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Can anyone tell me where to find information on the above captioned
house in Albia, Iowa? Was it named after a specific Kendall family?
Audrey Cox Vogelpohl
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I am doing a one name study on the name COVEY. If anyone has run
across any of these folks I would certainly appreciate hearing from
My direct line goes back to 1639 in Braintree, Massachuttes. I'm now
trying to fatten the tree and perhaps add a little color.
Thanks in advance for your efforts.
Creator of Ol' Tubby Joe Stottlemeyer
Author of: Watson Is Where It Wuz
I am seeking information about, and descendents of, John (J.W.) Richter,
b. ca. Feb. 1876 in La Harpe, Illinois. On Sept. 25, 1901, he married
Elsie Moore of Albia, Iowa. According to the obituary of his
\ Wiliam J. Wilke, of La Harpe, John Richter was employed
by the Smokey Hollow Coal Company in Avery, Iowa. The Richters were
still living in Albia as of his mother's death in 1923. They had a son
named Harold, 6 years old in 1910. per the Mantua Twp Federal Census.
According to the "1935 Monroe, Co. Iowa Pension list",
they lived at
333 S. Clinton. Ella I. (wife) and Isabelle Richter, b. 23 May 1912
Avery, Ia, ocupation Clerk lived there as well. Harold Richter, MD, and
his wife are listed at a different address.
According to a newspaper report in La Harpe in 1876, John Richter's
father, Henry Richter, and his father's uncle (my gggrandfather Louis
Kettler ) were killed in a train wreck in La Harpe, July 30, 1876.
Does anyone know anything more about the Richters?