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I am looking for any imfo on the following who went to Marengo, Iowa Co
Iowa in abt 1851???
William Brannan(en) and wife Minerva Umbarger mar 26 Dec 1843 in Jackson Co
William had a sister, Jerusha Brannan who mar. James Johnson abt 1837?? in
Jackson Co Ind.
The James Johnson family of girls and 1 son lived in Medina area and still
the family own the same Land grant James rec when they came to Iowa Co. Wm
and Jerusha's parents, Moses Brannan and Casandra French Brannan also came
at same time and Moses died abt 1872 and Casandra died 1890 in Toledo, Tama
co Ia but both are burried in Kozsta town Cem where they did live until abt
William Brannan left Iowa Co and went to Tama and Toledo , Tama Co. Ia
where he was quite influencial.
he died abt 1895 in Toledo.
I am also looking for any imfo on any of these people and surely would like
to hear from descendant of any of these Johnson girls and their bro.
I am also looking fro anything about a henry or a james W. Umbarger who
prob is Minerva's father and also her death date and place, in Ind or Iowa
Co Ia. Also the names of the ch of Wm as I know that only one son lived to
Thanks for any reply.
Maxine Wilton In Wa. mmwaw(a)sprynet.com
Hello. Thank you to those who are trying to help me with my research. The
only info I have on relatives from Chelsea, Tama, Iowa:
Frank REESE b. 1871 in Chelsea, IA. Died 1941 in Marshalltown, IA
Do not know parents (except that they were born in Bohemia) or siblings.
Mary KROLIK b. 1874 in Chelsea, IA. Died 1946 in Marshalltown, IA
Do not know parents (except that they were born in Bohemia). Know of two
sisters: Fannie and Rosie who both moved to Marshalltown, IA, year unknown.
Frank and Mary married about 1897(location unknown), and by the 1900-1920
census', were living in Marshalltown, Iowa.
On the 1880 census for Otter Creek, Tama County, IA, shows a John and Katie
KROLIK with daughter Mary, aged 10. The age is incorrect (since Mary was born
in 1874), but as was suggested, perhaps the census taker made a mistake.
The parents are listed as born in Bohemia, so this is a possibility.
With Frank REESE being such a common name, I don't hold out alot of hope of
finding his parents. But was hoping KROLIK was easier to tract.
Thank you again for all of your help.
Hello. Looking for relatives from Chelsea, Tama, Iowa:
Frank REESE b. 1871 in Chelsea, then married
Mary KROLIK b. 1874 in Chelsea.
Trying to find out who their parents were.
Frank and Mary later moved to Marshalltown, Iowa
Thank you for any help.
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