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Try contacting the Sioux City Public Library. They have indexes for the 3
municipal cemeteries and can check to see if those names appear in the
----- Original Message -----
From: "Karla VF Staudt" <staudt(a)cptelco.net>
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 5:38 AM
Subject: [Woodbury Co.] Looking for burial location of John and Hannah KUNTZ
of Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA d.1910-1920
> I am trying to find the burial location of John and Hannah KUNTZ who spent
their married life in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. They last show in
the 1910 census, and I assume died prior to the 1920 when they are no longer
> John was born 1844-45 and Hannah was born 1851-52.
> Is there a genealogy or historical society that I might contact to find
cemetery survey information?
> Thank-you for any help you can give!
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I found an entry for Hanna in the 1925 Sioux City Directory. There is one
other Kuntz in Sioux City at the time ... I don't know if they are related
or not. Here is the information:
Kuntz, Hanna (widow of John), residence 124 W. 6th
Kuntz, Jacob J (Rose), loans, 313 Fourth, residence 714 25th Street
I did not see any Kuntz listings in the Graceland Cemetery directory. Maybe
they can be found in one of the other cemetery directories for the
city-owned cemeteries. The Sioux City Public Library has the directories in
their holdings and will do lookups. When you have a death date for John or
Hannah, you can get an obit from the Library as well. Their email address
is questions(a)siouxcitylibrary.org If they're not listed in the city-owned
cemeteries, they could be at Calvary Cemetery (712-255-7933) or Memorial
Also, since Hanna is listed in the directory in 1925, you should be able to
find her in the 1920 census.
I hope this is helpful. Good luck in your search.
From: Karla VF Staudt [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2003 3:00 PM
Subject: [Woodbury Co.] Family of John and Hannah KUNTZ of Woodbury
County, IA ca.1871-aft.1910
I am looking for information on the family of John and Hannah KUNTZ. John
was b.1844-45 in Schwarch, Austria and married abt.1871 to a woman named
Hannah. They had 6 children, I have names for 3 of them:
Mary A. KUNTZ b.1873-1874
Dora A. KUNTZ b. 1876-1877
Olive (Alice?) KUNTZ b. 1887-1888
John and Hannah last show in the 1910 census in the 1st Ward of Sioux City
with their daughter Olive.
John was the brother to my g.g.grandmother, Josephine and they emigrated to
the US in 1866. I would like to make contact with someone who has
information on this family. I would be happy to share and swap information.
Thank-you for any help you are able to offer!
I hear ethereal whispers, persuasive,
soft and still,"Daughter, if you don't
remember us, who will ?"
I am trying to find the burial location of John and Hannah KUNTZ who spent their married life in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. They last show in the 1910 census, and I assume died prior to the 1920 when they are no longer there.
John was born 1844-45 and Hannah was born 1851-52.
Is there a genealogy or historical society that I might contact to find cemetery survey information?
Thank-you for any help you can give!
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