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> I am researching multiple surnames in Woodbury Co and would like to be
> to find the obits for these folks. I have found that the Sioux City
> Journal in the early 1900's is very difficult for locating an Obit. easily
> [unless your ancestor was a well known businessman or community leader].
> am wondering if there were alternate papers or local township papers that
> may have existed and may be archived somewhere in the county. I am
> primarily interested in Grant township and surrounding community, as well
> as the Sargent Bluff's area between 1905 - 1920.
> The surnames I am researching in Woodbury County: NORTON, MCCLUSKY,
> JOHNSTON, GORDER.
I can't help you with anything in Grant township, but as far as Sergeant
Bluff, you could call, write, or visit the
Sergeant Bluff Advocate, which is the local newspaper office in Sergeant
Bluff. Their address and phone number is as follows:
Sergeant Bluff Advocate
405 4th St.
Sergeant Bluff, IA. 51054
Hope that helps you out in some way:)
I am searching for the following Seaton's from Sioux City:
William M. Seaton, born 1879, married Agnes Halverson in 1908. Their
children were, Harold Raymond born 1912, June Pauline born 1914, Joyce Agnes
born 1917 and Betty Delores born 1924. Does anyone know of these or any
other Seatons in Sioux City? Also, Agnes' parents were John H. Halverson and
Mary (Unclear Allison) and I would like to know more about them.
PALMER SEATON CANFIELD HALVERSON CUTLER THORNGREN EDLUN GARDNER
Merry Christmas to everyone!
I am researching multiple surnames in Woodbury Co and would like to be able
to find the obits for these folks. I have found that the Sioux City
Journal in the early 1900's is very difficult for locating an Obit. easily
[unless your ancestor was a well known businessman or community leader]. I
am wondering if there were alternate papers or local township papers that
may have existed and may be archived somewhere in the county. I am
primarily interested in Grant township and surrounding community, as well
as the Sargent Bluff's area between 1905 - 1920.
The surnames I am researching in Woodbury County: NORTON, MCCLUSKY, RIPPLE,
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
[former Plymouth County resident]
Looking for any descendants of Peter Axel Johnson who was born 09/18/1880 and
lived in Sioux City, Woodbury, IA. He married Helma Marie Swenson in MN, and
moved to Portland, Multnomah County, OR. He operated a Bakery in Portland.
Peter is son of Franz "Frank" August Johnson of SWE and Pernella "Nellie"
Tulin(e) of SWE, both of whom lived and died in Sioux City, Woodbury County,
Peter had many half siblings with the surname of NELSON.
My GGgrandmother was Edith Hannah NELSON. she was born of Pernella "Nellie"
Tulin(e) and second husband Jens "James" Rasmussen (Nelson) Nielsen (he born
in Denmark). Edith moved to Portland, Oregon from Sioux City, IA in abt
1913, with Peter.
If we might connect, please email: Gninnah(a)aol.com
<A HREF="http://members.aol.com/GNINNAH/genealogy.html">GNINNAH's Family
Tree & Genealogy Links</A>
<A HREF="http://members.aol.com/gninnah/cemetery.html">Portland,OR -
Vancouver,WA Cemeteries & Photos</A>
According to the 1920 Iowa census, Albert Canfield was 28 years old, (born
abt 1892) born in IA. Also both of his parents born in IA. He was a
switchman for the railroad. Does anyone know of this man?
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