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I am looking for birth info, or any other info for Hattie Belle Dillon, born
Feb 27, 1864-65. Said to have been born in Sandtown, which was
Morfordsville, Johnson County. Also have a report she was born in Tama, or
Tama County, hence this query to the group.
She was daughter of Rachel Ann Farley. Rachel was married to William Morris
Dillon, abt 1859, Ohio, but was divorced. I am trying to prove, or disprove
William was Hattie's birth father. All leads tend to suggest he was not, but
that a Mohawk Indian was the father.
Any info appreciated, especially on where to write, etc. to find Hattie's
birth record, if one exists.
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Your e-mail is a bit confusing to me. Are you looking for the name BALDWIN?
Or RANSOM, or are you searching for Ransom Baldwin? And is it William
BRANNEN you seek, or William Brannen BALDWIN?
If you're looking for Ransom Baldwin, there is a man by that name buried at
Mitchell County, Iowa. I have some Iowa burial records and census and could
help you if you would please clarify the exact names you're looking for.
Let me know if I can help you.
Mona Sarratt Knight
"Eternal vigilance is the price of Liberty." John Philpot Curran, 1808.
"Democracy is based upon the conviction that there are extraordinary
possibilities in ordinary people." Harry Emerson
Is there someone out there who could help me.
I had some Baldwin's who in the 1800's abt 1870 into 1900's?? were in Gladbrook, Ia. as is told in a biography. Could I have a look up on Iowa census, Fed and State for any Baldwins maybe Ransom and others. in Tama Co and or Gladbrook.
I had looked for Gladbrook and couldn't find it several times but have seen posts to Ia list that it is in Tama Co.
I also have Wm Brannen and Casandra( Keziah) his mother there untill in 1890 when she died at 95yrs. there. Tama or Toledo Cities.
Would also like copies of their Obit's.
Willgladly pay for the copies and postage..
Wm is said to have died in abt 1895-7 there .
Thank you so much.
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