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A Dorland/Darland Genealogy authored by Barbara A. Barth, is currently being
written. This book will probably be published in the year 2001. Continued
through the 4th or 5th generation this book will untangle the mistaken
relationships and correct the many errors made by Jon Dorland Cremer in the
1896 book, "The Dorland Family in America.
At this time, if descendants from the Poweshieck Co Darlands or their
spouses have any newly discovered information, you are welcome to submit your
materials. All submissions must be cited and documented. Credit to the
contributor's supplying any "newly' discovered information will be given. We
do not wish to turn any new information away however, so if anyone feels that
their information is of value, please submit it and hopefully we can find the
documentation. Information taken from either the John Dorland Cremer book or
the publications by Wayne or Grant Dorland will not be accepted. If someone
feels that they have information correcting "family legends" or other "long
held as truth" information, please submit this also.
Submission can be made to:
or mailed to:
117 Evergreen Court
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Hello to List:
I have a g.g.g.grandfather, John Perego/Perrego buried in the Winslow Cem.
There is some confusion as to what the headstone says about his death date.
It is either 2 Nov 1871 or 1874 and his age at death was 73 years, 6 mos, and
6 days. It is important to me to find out the exact date so I can link to
his ancestors in Sussex. Co., NJ.
Anyone able to help...I would sure appreciate it. An e-mail direct to:
sweeneygj(a)aol.com would be preferred.
George J. Sweeney, Lincoln, NE
The 1850 Census for Poweshiek County has been updated. There are now 12
pages to sift through. Census index has also been updated. Three more pages
to go and we will be finished.
Go check it out! See if your people are there. Good Luck and enjoy!
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