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I was wondering if there was someone on this list would could possibly look
up a couple obits for me. I have just discovered these dates for a cousin
and his wives.
His name is Earl Douglas Clagg born January 31, 1867. He died October 25,
1957 and was buried 1957 Oakland Cemetery, Fort Dodge, Webster County, Iowa.
His first wife was Frances Bishop Clagg born November 08, 1866. She died
October 10, 1908 and was buried October 1908 Oakland Cemetery, Fort Dodge,
Webster County, Iowa. His second wife was Florence Louise Clagg who died
April 22, 1965.
Thank you for any help or ideas,
I'd like to let everyone know that Frontier Days will be held this coming
weekend in Fort Dodge, IA. (June 2-4, 2000) Frontier Days is a great time
for a visit to Fort Dodge - there is a parade on Saturday, a Buckskinners
Rendezvous, entertainment all weekend including Riders in the Sky (they
were featured in "Toy Story 2").
If you would like more information (in case you are planning a visit),
email me and I'll give you more details.
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I am Cookie Welch (Abrams) originally from Fort Dodge, Iowa, now living in
Maryland. I have hit a brick wall. Am looking for any information on the
Dennis McCarthy family who came to Fort Dodge from Ireland in 1860. They
settled and raised 11 children, the youngest being my maternial Grandmother
Florence McCarthy who married John William Bradford. My Mom was Charlotte
Bradford who married my Dad Clifford Lee Abrams. His Grandparents came from
Ohio in 18?? David Jones Abrams.
Does anyone have any information on these families?
Does anyone know anything about wagon trains into that area around 1868? I
do know that Dennis' 1st child was born in Boone Iowa in 1868.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am very excited to find a Site from
my hometown area. Thanks.
I am looking for any information on Lee Augustus Hagedorn married Sarah Leona
Russell before 1881 in Fort Dodge, Iowa. Had 7 children. Lee 1881, William
Lark 1887, Harry 1889, Sarah 1891, Pearl 1894 and Daisy 1898. Lark Hagedorn
was my Father. His mother died shortly after Daisy was born, and his Dad
years later. Daisy, the baby, was taken care of by neighbors (at least
story I heard} and I don't know if she was adopted or not. Any information
would be appreciated. Thank you in advance. Doris Holmes
I ordered, from my local FHC, microfiche #s 6038712 - 6038714 (five fiche
total) that include an index to the newspapers of Webster County 1884 -
1906 (plus quite a bit more) They are well done, and include notices of BDM
and family events. I found references to several of my FLYNN family, with
dates to order the actual newspapers or perhaps in the future the death
Good luck in your search.
----- Original Message -----
From: "E. Vernon Buck" <evbuck(a)juno.com>
Sent: Friday, May 12, 2000 5:36 PM
Subject: [IAWEBSTE] Mary M. (Roman) Eldredge
> I would like to know if there exist any obituaries from the Ft. Dodge
> area for the period 1894-1896. I am looking for any information on Mary
> M. (Roman) Eldredge, who died in Ft. Dodge on 15-Oct-1895. Name is often
> misspelled Eldridge.
> She was born about 1864 in Plattesville, Shelby Co., OH, died 15-Oct-1895
> in Ft. Dodge, IA. She married Barnabas Elmore ELDREDGE. They had children
> Ernest E. Eldredge (1886), Harry Louis Eldredge (1888), Howard Eldredge
> (1891), and John W. Eldredge (1894). John W. Eldredge died 6-Aug-1896 in
> Ft. Dodge.
> Vern Buck
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I would like to know if there exist any obituaries from the Ft. Dodge
area for the period 1894-1896. I am looking for any information on Mary
M. (Roman) Eldredge, who died in Ft. Dodge on 15-Oct-1895. Name is often
She was born about 1864 in Plattesville, Shelby Co., OH, died 15-Oct-1895
in Ft. Dodge, IA. She married Barnabas Elmore ELDREDGE. They had children
Ernest E. Eldredge (1886), Harry Louis Eldredge (1888), Howard Eldredge
(1891), and John W. Eldredge (1894). John W. Eldredge died 6-Aug-1896 in
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Is there anyone signed up for this list besides me?? My Grandmother
Malone's nee Bellew family is all from Ft. Dodge and are buried in
Corpus Christi Cemetery. Or at least some of them.
If anyone needs any information from these books that I have, please do
not hesitate to contact me:
Webster County, Iowa Baptisms, Corpus Christi Church, 1870-1874,
Webster County, Iowa Baptisms, Corpus Christi Church, 1890-1894,
Webster County, Iowa Marriages, Corpus Christi Church, 1856-1899, Groom
and Bride Indexes
Webster County, Iowa, Cemeteries, Corpus Christi Tombstones up to 1972
Pam Sherry nee Malone
Perhaps there are some new subscribers on here since I last posted this information.
I have the World War I Honor Roll book for Webster County, IA for 1917, 1918 & 1919..
If you think your ancestor might have been in the service and was from Webster County IA during
World War I, I will look up the name and see if he is listed and let you know what information
there is on him and I will also scan his picture and send to you.
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