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Thank you so much!
I believe that the Sarah Kemper listed with no employment is the one I
am interested in. She would be the grand daughter of the elder Sarah.
I need much info on the entire family. William D KEMPER was my
grandfather. If you should come across any more info on any of them,
plus George Guion, I would appreciate it.
Thank you again.
I am new to this list, and I have a request.
I need any info possible on George Percival GUION and Sarah Elizabeth
They were married on July 2, 1985 in Woodbury County.
Also need info on their parents, siblings and children.
They were my great Aunt and Uncle.
Any info will be greatly appreciated.
Arlene Willet, Kerrville, TX
> Hi Listers,
> I am new to this list, and I have a request.
> I need any info possible on George Percival GUION and Sarah Elizabeth
> They were married on July 2, 1985 in Woodbury County.
I found a George Guion who worked as a driver for Needham & Co, and
boarded at 308 Jennings, Sioux City IA about 1889/90. He was listed in
a Sioux City directory for that year.
And these Kempers in Sioux City:
George Kemper worked for John Amsler as cigarmkr, lived 816 w Eighth IA
James Kemper, worked for A M Haley & Sons as apprentice, boards 2109
Lydia A Kemper, worked for Iowa Candy Co as candy maker, boards 2109
Mary Kemper, resides 2109 Hamilton IA
Sarah Kemper, boards 2109 Hamilton IA
Sarah Kemper, worked for S C Cracker & Candy Co as crackermkr, boards
Hamilton between Twentieth and Twenty-first IA
Wm Kemper A M Haley & Sons machinist 2109 Hamilton IA
As two Sarah Kempers are listed, I doubt they are the same one. Hope
that helps a little,
I need to order some death certificates from Woodbury County. I've never
ordered any from the state of IA. I know that in some of the other states
I've done research in, there are different sources to order certificates.
Some ranging in price from $1 to $6, depending on the year and who it is
ordered from. Can someone please advice me where is the best place to order
and the address? I have the name and exact date, but not the certificate
Surnames: WHITTY WIMS (WEMES) WILEY (WILLEY) MOUNGIE (MONGIE MUNGIE MONGEY
MUNGEY MONGY MUNGY MUNGEE) BOHANNON WATERS SANDERFER ROTTMAYER ROTTINGER
(RATTINGER) PALMER HERZIG
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