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I'm new to the Montgomery, IA list and I am interested to know what resources
are available for cemetery inscriptions. My ancestor died around Garfield
Twp, Montgomery County, Iowa between 1900-1910 and I'm trying to determine the
date of death so as to obtain an obituary and death record.
My ancestors were Siera Nevada Wilson Staats (b. 1862 Ohio) and William
Staats (b. 1854 West Virginia).
Thanks in advance,
St. Louis, MO
Montgomery County IAGenWeb http://iagenweb.org/montgomery/ has had a face
lift and many new pages added. Check out our "What's New"
http://iagenweb.org/montgomery/whatsnew.htm page to see every thing that
has been added and updated at Montgomery County. We have new additions to
the Elliott Township Centennial History, many new obituaries, cemetery
indexes, photos, bios and much more.
Our "Featured Event" this month is "Cavalcade of a Century 1859-1959"
http://iagenweb.org/montgomery/histories/cavalcade/title.htm . This is a
wonderful history of Montgomery County. It includes interesting photos,
histories of communities (large and small), church beginnings, buildings,
companies, the counties people, "first" events in the county , stories and
We hope you will stop by for a visit and take a tour through our Great
County, and hopefully find something that will aide you in your research!
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