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I am looking for information on my great uncle John Whitmer, who shows up in the 1920 census in Tama County, along with his wife Annie and son George. I don't know if George is still living. He would be 95 years old if he were.
John William Whitmer was born May 1, 1884, I believe in Hardy Co. WV.
I am not sure whether he stayed in Tama Co. (Gladbrook) until his death or not. Any information on this family would be very much appreciated.
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