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Does anyone out there know if Cushing's newspaper is archived and how far back does the archive go? Is it microfilmed or still in fragile paper mode?
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I'm looking for my mother-in-law and her mother. My mother-in-law was born on
Oct 18, 1905. She was a twin to her brother Theodore (Teddy) I sent off for
her birth Certificate to the Woodbury County Registrar (Patrick F Gill) and
they searched Woodbury County birth book for 1902 through 1907 and they couldn't
find her. She attended Cathedral of the Epiphany School at 10th & Douglas. In
1924, according to the city directory she lived at 610 8th street. In 1925 she
lived at 205 11th street.
I understand that mandated registration did not begin in Iowa until the
1940's. she also had a twin brother and older sister that was born in Sioux City.
Can anyone tell me where I should look from here.
If you have dates of death, the Sioux City Public Library will look-up obits
for a small fee. They respond quickly.
If you don't know dates of death, the library also has cemetery indexes for
the three municipal cemeteries there (Floyd, Graceland and Logan). These
indexes have the dates of burial which provide a clue to the date an
obituary might be found.
I recommend this service provided by the library. I did my own obituary
searches a couple times when I was in Sioux City. Then, I found that it was
much more efficient to ask them to look.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, June 21, 2003 7:05 AM
Subject: [Woodbury Co.] Obit Lookups
> I was wondering if there was anyone in Sioux City that would do some obit
> look ups for me. I'm willing to pay a reasonable fee. Please contact me
> and I will gives names and dates.
> Don McCann
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This is information was found in the,
1888 Anthon Iowa 1988 Centennial book
Oak Hill Cemetery
Section Thirty-two of Kedron township
Dicks Frank R 1861 - 1946 Father
Dicks Ida B 1865 - 1947 Mother
Dicks Charles H 1868 - 1916
Dicks Edith B 1901 - no date noted in book
Dicks Paul R 1898 - 1983
Dicks Grace H 1896 - 1966
Dicks Leonard F 1896 - 1966
Hope this information is helpful
researching Wilcox, Harding families in the Anthon area
I was wondering if there was anyone in Sioux City that would do some obit
look ups for me. I'm willing to pay a reasonable fee. Please contact me off line
and I will gives names and dates.
Does anyone know what information the Iowa, 1920 federal census : soundex and
population schedules includes. Will it tell me the birthplace of the people
Also does anyone know what the soundex number is for the surname Durkin?
The address where I got my certificates is:
Attention: Vital Statistics Department
Woodbury County Court House
620 Douglas Street
Sioux City, Iowa 51101-1248
I took that info off the envelops they gave me to request more certificates.
There is a fee. I think its $10 if they have to do the lookup, but not sure.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2003 11:35 AM
Subject: [Woodbury Co.] Birth Certicicate
Does anyone know where I could write to get a 1905 birth cert for Woodbury
County, Sioux City.
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Looking for information on Peter Little born about 1852 in MA and family. Married Dorcas Cole 1882 in Plymouth and is listed in 1885 census with children William born 1876 IL, Mary 1880 Plymouth, Roy 1882 Plymouth and Ellen 1884 Woodbury.
They are found in the 1885 census in Union TWP, Woodbury. Peter is found in the 1910 census married to Ida in Sioux City TWP.
Dorcus is listed as having 13 children in the 1920 census, I can account for 6.
Have been unable to locate any information on this family besides the 2 census records. Any help would be very much appreciated.
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