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To Aaron Hill,
I lived in Nevada, Iowa from 1964 to 1969, our family Dr. was Dr.
John D. Conner. He practiced there after WW11 till the late 70's.
He graduated from Nevada High School about the same time as my mother-
in-law and she graduated in 1925. I'm not sure but believe he is
buried in the Nevada Cemetery there in Nevada, Iowa. If I remember
correctly his daughter was a friend of my husband's cousin. I can
contact her if you would like, to see if she knows where the daughter
lives? Let me know when you decide.
This response may confuse the issue for Aaron Hill but perhaps he should
spend some time in researching Indiana, more specifically Hamilton County
(Noblesville & Carmel) and Marion County (Indianapolis). William and John
Connor (brothers) were the first white men in this area circa 1818. William
had a fur trading post in Hamilton County and his brother, John a trading
post in Connersville, Indiana. As I recall, both had Indian wives at one
time but they left West with their children as the indians were driven
Currently there is a large interpretive historical site called Connor Prarie
located at 13400 Allisonville Rd. Fishers Indiana 46038, 800-966-1836 just
North of Fishers, Indiana and south of Noblesville. There are several
historical books about the Connor brothers who may be related to Mr. Hill's
John Connor. I am fairly certain one of William's sons was named after his
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I am sorry, I can not help you. Good luck with your search!
>From: Aaron Hill <mrmayor(a)hotmail.com>
>Sent: May 8, 2008 1:35 AM
>Subject: [IASTORY] John CONNER (b. 1819)
>I am looking for information on John CONNER. According to the 1900 census
for Iowa, the elder John CONNER was born May 1819 in Virginia. I do not know
when he died or where he is buried. His son John Jr. married Ellen C. LINT.
They are buried in the Graham Cemetery, Jasper County.
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I am looking for the grave and obituary of John CONNER, Sr. of Jasper County, Iowa.He is listed on the 1900 census in Jasper County living with his son John 'Pap' CONNER, Jr. His birth is recorded as May 1819 in Virginia. His son is buried in the Graham Cemetery, Clear Creek Township, Jasper County, Iowa. (Please note that another 'John CONNER' -- John W. CONNER -- is buried in the Ashton Cemetery.) Apparently John W. CONNER is not related to my CONNER family.Aaron HillSalem, Oregon
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