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Evidently I didn't do this right the first time and I just learned some new things so here goes again and I apologize if by chance my last one got through to you.
I'm trying to find out more information on this family line. David W. FREEMAN was b. in New York about 1831, married Amanda ROYSE in Clayton Co, Iowa about 1858. I have them in census reports in Clayton Co and Kossuth Co, Iowa. In 1880 they are in Waverly Township, Martin County, Minnesota, then in 1900 back in Kossuth Co and then in 1910 David W. is in Union Township, Emmons County, ND.
CLAYTON COUNTY: Supposedly David W. and Amanda married here but I have not been able to find anything.
KOSSUTH COUNTY: My guess is that Amanda passed away here between the 1900 census where she is in Springfield and when her widowed husband is in 1910 North Dakota census.
Are there places where I can find marriages, obituaries, transcribed cemeteries, newspapers, etc.
Sincerely, Mike Peterson
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