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Surnames: Tucker, Smith, Hubbell
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I believe that I am connected to this family. I am trying to verify that my John Tucker is the son of George E Tucker. My John Tucker married Mary A Smith in Wapello county, IA. I would love to share information with you.
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My cousin was Nellie Duble, her husband's name was Howard Duble, his father
was Grant Duble...they were from Mercer Mo. and Princeton...don't know if
there is a connection but thought I'd let you know about this.
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Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2008 8:08 AM
Subject: [IAWAYNE] Rush Cemetery burial records
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> I am trying to find who might have the burial records for Rush Cemetery,
> located in Wayne County. I am looking for the death/burial
> record/obituary for William Duble, who was living at the Wayne County home
> at the time of his death, between 1915 and 1920. I was told at the Wayne
> County genealogical library in Corydon, that most of the residents of the
> county home were buried in Rush Cemetery, but many of those graves are not
> Any help is greatly appreciated!!
> Bonnie Cox
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My daddy always said "If you keep digging around in the family history you
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Welcome! This is the former Rootsweb list, IAWAYNE. We'll be discussing the history and genealogy of Wayne County, Iowa including the surrounding region of south central Iowa and north central Missouri.