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Would some kind soul look up my Great
Grandmother Gertrude "MACK" KENNY I believe she was living in Sioux
City, when she died. I don't what part of Woodbury Co, shes buried in.
I'm looking for information on the following people
who lived in Woodbury:
*Harry John Muldowney b. 24 Sept 1888. He worked for
the Omaha Railroad and died in a railroad accident in
6 Mar 1941. He married...
*Amelia "Millie" Ann Hunkler who was born 27 Jul 1897
and died 9 Jul 1991 at the Sunrise Manor in Woodbury.
*Ora William Tuck b. 28 Aug 1888 and died 10 Aug
1962. He Married....
*Elma Laura Brown who was born 1890.
I really need information on Elma Laura Brown.
Supposedly she immigrated from Ontario Canada but I
have been unable to find her.
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone can add to this family of mine. Nathaniel Savage married my cousin Ida May Wilson on Feb.12,1879 in Cedar Falls, Blackhawk Co, Iowa. They moved to Sioux City, Woodbury Co. Iowa and had the following children: Charles and Harry, and George. I would like to add to this line, if you have any info, please contact me. Thanks
Hello, I am looking for anyone who may have this family on their tree? John C. Nichols wasborn in Iowa to Slocum and Margaret (Cleghorn) Nichols. John married my cousin Flora Wilson on May 11,1892 in Concord Township, Woodbury Co. Iowa. She was born in Iowa to Simeon and Sarah Wilson. John and Flora div. by the early 1900's. He remarried to ????. If can add any info to this please contact me. Thanks.
Hello, would anyone have any information on what happened to these two people? Sarah Jane Shorter was born in Aug. 1838 in Marshall, Clark Co. Ill. to Caleb and Mahala Shorter. Sarah first married Simeon James Wilson on Jan.03,1860 in Farley, Dubuque Co. Iowa. Then she married Josiah Savage and moved to Sious City, Woodbury Co. Iowa. In the 1920's Sarah adopted Albert Forkner. He was 16 in the 1920 census, and he was born in Iowa too. I can not find them anywhere buried in Sioux City. Would anyone have anything on these two, it would deeply be appreciated. Thanks
I'm trying to locate info. on Melissa Jane Moore b. 15 Sept 1850 Sioux
City, IA. She mar. Horace Nelson Adams in Black Hawk Co., IA and #2
husband was James Sayles. Her obituary says she is the dau. of Robert
Moore and Mary Packert. I'd like to find out who her siblings were and
correspond with other descendants. Melissa eventually ended up in
Oregon and died there in 1922.
Any information would be appreciated.
I just found an old picture of my GGaunt, Ellen NELSON, (in her wedding
dress) and her new husband, "Clarence Moyer or Mayer".
Ellen was born 1891 in Sioux City, IA to parents "James Nelson" and Nellie
I would love to find out if anyone out there has a Clarence MOYER or MAYER
from IA? and if they have him married to Ellen NELSON.
I will post my line below.
Thank you for your time.
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Descendants of Pernella "Nellie" Tuline
1 Pernella "Nellie" TULINE b: 09/19/1859 in SWE d: 12/08/1900 in
Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA
.+Franz "Frank" August JOHNSON b: 1842 in SWE m: Abt. 1879 d: 02/20/1884
in Probably IA
...2 Peter Axel JOHNSON b: 09/18/1880 in Unknown d: 02/17/1966 in
.......+Helma Marie SWENSON b: Bef. 1898 in Unknown m: 03/09/1913 in Forest
Lake, Washington Co., MN d: in Unknown
...2 Emma JOHNSON b: 01/03/1882 d: 12/26/1970
*2nd Husband of Pernella "Nellie" TULINE:
.+Jens "James" Rasmussen (Nelson) NIELSEN b: 02/16/1858 in Langaland
Norenbro, Denmark m: Bet. 03/1884 - 1886 in Probably IA d: 03/21/1912 in
Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA Father: Jens Jensen Mother: Hanne Nielsdatter
...2 Ida NELSON b: Bet. 1886 - 1888 in IA d: 1888 in Sioux City, IA
...2 Jennie NELSON b: 08/04/1887 d: 01/22/1941
...2 Anna NELSON b: 03/28/1889 d: 09/13/1974
...2 Ellen NELSON b: 01/25/1891 d: 03/21/1976
.......+Clarence MOYER/MAYER m: Aft. 1907 in Unknown
...2 Edith Hannah NELSON b: 07/30/1893 in Sioux City, IA d: 04/02/1982 in
County #33, Riverside, CA
.......+Clarence Irwin RAINE b: 06/1891 in Kansas City, Jackson County, MO
m: 04/27/1915 in Vancouver, Clark County, WA d: Bef. 1937 in probably
before 1937 in CA? Father: Oscar (Oskar) Turner Raine Mother: Nelly S Cully
...*2nd Husband of Edith Hannah NELSON:
.......+Westley E DUNN b: 10/11/1889 in WA m: Aft. 1919 in Unknown d:
06/04/1964 in County #70, Los Angeles, CA Father: John M Dunn Mother:
Lillian M "Lillie" Wolf
...2 William NELSON b: 01/22/1896 d: 01/11/1978 in CA
...2 Milton NELSON b: 12/28/1898 d: 08/06/1939
Can anyone tell me a way to get the death register information on my gggf,
James William Cale, who died May 17, 1931 in Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa. Is
there any other way than ordering his death certificate?
The catalog on the FamilySearch site shows microfilm of Woodbury County
death records only up to 1929.
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