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I have found my answers by other means. Thank you. Carroll
----- Original Message -----
From: CARROLL FULLER<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: IAMONROE Gen<mailto:IAMONROE@rootsweb.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 4:36 PM
Subject: Query > FULLER
John Henry Harrison "HARRY" FULLER, was born 31 Aug 1879 in Clarke County, Iowa. With few exception, he used "HARRY" as his given name. He married Bessie May MYERS 18 Feb 1904 in Weldon, Clarke County, Iowa. Prior to 1930, he divorced Bessie and married Rose BOGGS, date/location unknown. "HARRY" died 04 Nov 1946 in Albia, Monroe County.
I seek information re "HARRY'S" death and burial. An obit would be much appreciated, as well as any information [unless in obit] re Rose BOGGS.
"HARRY" was my grandfather.
Thank you - Carroll - VA
I cannot help with an obituary or in help finding an obituary, but I have found that
MICHAEL MILLER, born 1821, died 31 May 1898 age 77 yrs 2 m 2 days and is buried Union Chapel Cemetery, Troy, Monroe County, Iowa and
ANNA MILLER, wife of Michael, born 1823, died 18 Dec 1895, age 71 yrs 2 m 2 days and is buried Union Chapel Cemetery, Troy, Monroe County, Iowa.
This will at least give you exact dates of death.
Hope this helps.
Helen in Butler County, Ohio USA
--- On Tue, 7/1/08, Philips Family <family_of_philip(a)earthlink.net> wrote:
> From: Philips Family <family_of_philip(a)earthlink.net>
> Subject: [IAMONROE] Michael Miller
> To: IAMONROE(a)rootsweb.com
> Date: Tuesday, July 1, 2008, 12:35 AM
> Good Folks - Michael Miller, born France approx 1821, came
> to US 10 Jun 1835 with parents and sibs, settled in Ripley
> County, IN, before moving with his family to Monroe County
> IA. Found in 1860, 1870, and 1880 census with wife Annie,
> dau Emma (?) and Rosetta, and son Albert. I cannot find
> Michael Miller in the 1900 census. Can someone do an obit
> lookup for me, please? Or, can someone direct me to the
> proper party to contact? The death appears to be between
> 1880 census and 1900 census. I will pay any expenses.
> If there are any relatives I would love to hear from them.
> Any and all help appreciated.
> Thank you,
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