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My Sarah Louise Southwick was found on the 1870 Adams County IA 111 Union Twp
Census. She was married to Alvin B. Worden on December 23, 1871 in Cromwell,
UNION Co., he died in 1883 (I found a listing for Alvin Worden in MONTGOMERY
Co.). She then married George F. Cotrill, on October 31, 1883 in Shenadoah,
Iowa/Or Adams Co., IA. I cannot find anything on Alvin B. Worden
In the 1870 Union Twp., Adams Co., IA Census Index
Southwick, Myson H. IA ADAMS CO. UNION TWP 111 1870
Southwick, Norman IA ADAMS CO. UNION TWP 111 1870
Southwick, Sarah IA ADAMS CO. UNION TWP 111 1870
She lived in UNION Co., ADAMS Co. (and maybe in MONTGOMERY Co.) and died in
POCAHONTAS Co. on November 01, 1897
I cannot find where Sarah L. Cotrill was buried.
I found the following on George Cotrill, but don't know if it is the same
George Cotrill as I'm looking for.
Name: George Cotrill
Cemetery: Rose Hill
Town: Shenandoah, Grant
Is Grant a County in Iowa? I cannot find anything in the census for
Southwick, Worden or Cotrill, where I can positivedly prove they were
actually there after 1870.
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how to fly!
I am looking for information on the family of Job LANE, born 30 May 1834,
in Falls Twp, Wyoming Co, Pennsylvania and buried in Weldon, Clinton Co,
Iowa and his wife Harriet M. CARR, born 3 September 1841, in Akron, Medina
Co, Ohio and died 21 May 1898, in Weldon, Clinton Co, Iowa. They had the
following sons: Edward N. LANE, Charles E. LANE, Ulysses S. LANE and
Josephus L. LANE.
Job LANE and I are descendants of George LANE Sr. born about 1640 in
England and died, before October 1727, in Rye, Westchester Co, New York. I
am willing to share my resesrch will any descendants of Job LANE.
Howard E. Lane
300 7th St, Apt 306
Hi, I am new to this list. I have planned a trip to Lorimor then on to
Cresten. Lorimor will be the first stop. About 1900 three of my ancestors
left southwestern Wisconsin. Recorded history has (Rachel Ann (Cook) Bailey
m. Dr. Alvin S. Bailey) in Lorimor. History has another (Ida May (Cook)
Bailey m. Cassius Bailey) moving to ? Iowa. The third, Lewis, a brother to
Ida and Rachel, (Lewis L. Cook m. Agnes Barnes) "Moved West" according to a
living elder of the family. In my past research I have found that families
try to stick together when moving west. I believe I will find them all in
Lorimor. I have two questions. What are the names of the cemeteries around
Lorimor? Is there a local Library in Lorimor? Thanks much.
Dennis J. Cook
Richland County, Wisconsin
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