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None of those Hoffman names sound at all familiar. However, I'm going to save
a copy of your note. You never know when or if a connection will be made.
Thank you for writing all of it down in a note!
Searching Georgiana Cranes Lamplough (Lamplugh) who came from England
with three children (George, Mary Jane and Francis Sydney) to Iowa
around 1880 and ran "The Albion Hotel" in Le Mars. Her daughter, Mary
Jane, married John Mathias and they had two children: Georgena N. and
Stephen P. Georgena married Frank N. Walsh (of Elk Point, SD) in Sioux
City in 1910.
Any info on Lamplough and Mathias would be most helpful. One of my many
Lauren Walsh Perritt
Redwood City CA
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Researching family of
Elsie Emma Augusta Schierholz, b. July 21, 1912, d. May 12, 1961, daughter of
H. A. Eldo Schierholz, b. July 08, 1872, d. September 30, 1913
does anyone have information on the Schierholz family?
Luella Blakesley - born in Leeds Iowa 1909 to Ernest and Inez (Howard)
Blakesley but lived in Kingsley in 1930. Lived in Wisconsin during the 1910
Married Thomas (Tommy) Frank Lingle in 1930 in Ida county.
Also trying to verify that Inez Howard Blakesley Bookhart is the same person
as a Sarah Inez Howard born in South Dakota - year unknown but would be
I believe that Ernest Blakesley's parents names were J.N. and Abigail.
Any leads on this family?
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JEFFERS Alba and Diantha P. NEWTON settled in Johnson Twsp. Plymouth County
Their son Isaac Newton JEFFERS (1835-1898) marriage 1: Almira SCOTT
marriage 2: to Catherine S. BLANCHARD (nee FULLER) 1872 neighbors at
Newton JEFFERS b. 1867, Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, died LeMars,
Plymouth County, Iowa. He married Nettie FAULL.
Elizabeth FAULL, settled 1870, Johnson Twsp, Plymouth County, a widow
of Richard FAULL. The family immigrated from Cornwall to Grant County,
Their children were
FAULL Richard m. Esther McCloud WO, settled Johnson Twsp. 1870 (parents of
Nettie FAULL--My great grandmother)
FAULL Mary who married Henry H. BEEMAN, they had one child: Uriah BEEMAN
Mary died 1869 WI, Henry BEEMAN remarried Louisa CANUT/CAUNT they settled
Plymouth County after 1870, 1880 census Uriah is in the household and also Lillian BEEMAN,
Washington Twsp. Plymouth County, IA
FAULL Lizzie A. married John Lewis Crow, (son of Lewis CROW and Mehitable
HOGLE of Plymouth County) settled near Merrill, IA/
FAULL William m. Mary KINNEY, Johnson Twsp. 1880, went to Oregon.
FAULL Emily m. James PRITCHARD Johnson Twsp 1870 and after 1920
FAULL Thomas, buried Johnson Twsp.
Oh and I have so much more!!!
Grant County, WI Biographies~Part of Wisconsin Biographies
My other website:
Searching for the Ancestry of John ATTEBERRY
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I have several names in Plymouth County but the one I am currently working on the most is PHILLIPS, ADAM CHARLES. He was born in Westmoreland Co., PA in 1842. He was buried at Moville in 1933. (Yes, my ancestors loved county lines). He and his family spent several years in Indiana.
William Owen Walsh and wife Agnes Garvey living in Westfield, Plymouth
County, IA from at least 1878 - ?. They are listed with children on the
1880 census, Lillian Mary, Frances Ellen, John Herbert, later children were
Edward Arthur and William.
I have no further info about them and can't find him anywhere else! I
believe he left the family and went to South Dakot and/or Canada.
Elijah Harrison Scott is buried at the United Brethren Cemetery in Adaville,
Plymouth Co. IA in 1901.
He died at Gregory, Gregory Co. SD in 1901.
My question is where would his death certificate be and how could I obtain
Does the death certificate name the parents?
Let me know if you have any information or advice for me!
George Hazel, b. 12/4/1848 in Bohemia, d. Mar 13, 1925 in Le Mars, Plymouth,
IA, married Margaret Hoffman on May 1, 1878 in Plymouth Co. Buried in St.
Joseph cemetery in Le Mars. According to his death certificate, his father
was Fidel Hazel and his mother was Anna.
Margaret Hoffman, b. Sept 25, 1856 in Dubuque, Dubuque, IA. d. Oct 9, 1930 in
Le Mars. Buried in St. Joseph cemetery in Le Mars.
Margaret's parents were Nicholas Hoffmann and Johanna Hoffmann (yes, same
last name). Nicholas was born June 18, 1830 in Luxembourg. d. Mar 29, 1912 in
Le Mars. He emigrated Apr 30, 1853. Buried in St. Joseph cemetery in Le Mars.
Johanna, b. Feb 9, 1835 in Luxembourg, d. Nov 1905 in Le Mars. They had nine
Nicholas Hoffmann's parents were Nicholas Hoffmann, b. abt 1796 in
Luxembourg, and Anna Catherine Teffer.
Johanna Hoffmann's parents were Charles Hoffmann, b. Luxembourg, and
Margretha Moes, b. Luxembourg. Johanna had a brother names Charles who was
born abt 1826 and who married Susanna Lucks. Johanna's other (known) brother
was Nicholas P. Hoffmann who was married to Anna.
There are a lot of Hoffmanns from Le Mars and a lot of Nicholas Hoffmanns. It
has taken me a long time to sort some out and I still have a ways to go. Does
anyone know anything about other Hoffmanns or Hazels?
Thanks, Gerri Hazel
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