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    1. ([IABUTLER])December and IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. Here we are closing in on the end of another wonderful year at IAGenWeb! And what a year it has been!  Our "Christmas Tree" has been giving us the wonderful gifts "wrapped" and contributed by you our very special volunteers! You have given us the glorious gift of your time in transcribing and doing look-ups to help others.  We have been so Blessed this year with the wonderful "gifts" from all of You. We hope you will stop by and visit our wonderful orphan projects! There must be one that is just right for you to become a CC of. We have 16 outstanding counties for you to choose from. Our orphans are: Adams, Calhoun, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Franklin, Jackson, Jones, Keokuk, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Worth.  These counties are with out a permanent coordinator and would really like to have someone like you as their coordinator. For more information on how you too can be a Coordinator please email our Welcome Hostess at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org and become a part of this great organization known as IAGenWeb! Thank You For Giving IAGenWeb Another Successful Year!! Karon & Karyn, Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    12/08/2019 09:45:41
    1. ([IABUTLER])Thanksgiving and IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. WOW! Here we are in the month of November and wanting to know where did the rest of the year go? It is almost time for Thanksgiving and what a wonderful Thanksgiving it will be at IAGenWeb! We have finished up our semi annual review and all of our counties are in great shape. We give Thanks to all of you who volunteer and to those who use IAGenWeb, for the many contributions of time and effort in transcribing records, for the photos, postcards, histories and family lore. Without you we would be a different project.  Thank You one and all for all you do! Please stop by and visit our wonderful orphan projects, I am sure there is one just right for you to become a CC of. We have 19 outstanding counties for you to choose from. Our orphans are: Adams, Calhoun, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Franklin, Jackson, Jones, Keokuk, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac, Tama and Worth.  These counties are with out a permanent coordinator and would really like to have someone like you as their coordinator. For more information on how you too can be a Coordinator please email our Welcome Hostess at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org and become a part of this great organization known as IAGenWeb! Have A Wonderful Thanksgiving!! Karon & Karyn, Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    11/01/2019 10:56:06
    1. ([IABUTLER])August and IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. School is getting ready to start again, football practice gearing up, and we all seem to be trying to get one last  bit of  our summer into a weekend getaway. At IAGenWeb we are busy getting each of our projects updated and ready for visitors.   Our new Leadership Team officers have been installed and we are looking forward to our new year. We invite you to come visit us and and go through our group of adoptable counties: Adams, Calhoun, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Jackson, Jones, Keokuk, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Tama,   Each of these wonderful counties would very much like to have 'you' as their new coordinator. To find out more about becoming a county coordinator please contact our Welcome Hostess <welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org> and let them know which county you are interested in .  They will be happy to guide you through the process. We hope to see you soon! Karon & Karyn IAGenWeb Welcome Hostess welcome _to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    08/07/2019 10:38:48
    1. ([IABUTLER])July and IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. July is always a fun time of the year and can be a busy time at IAGenWeb! We have a new Leadership team and Welcome Hostess team in place to help those individuals interested in volunteering at IAGenWeb. Today a new Leadership team and Welcome Hostess team begins at IAGenWeb! We hope you will stop by to visit your favorite county and while you are there slip on over and visit our community of orphan counties: Adams, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Jackson, Jones, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawatamie, Sac and Tama.  These counties are with out a permanent coordinator and would really like to have someone like you as their coordinator. For more information on how you too can be a "Fireworks Coordinator" please email our Welcome Hostess at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org and become a part of this great organization known as IAGenWeb! Have Great 4th of July!! Karon & Karyn, Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    07/01/2019 09:13:01
    1. ([IABUTLER])June & IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. Welcome to June and Summertime! It's time to get out and enjoy the weather in between rain drops! The Midwest has certainly had more than it's share of wet weather, but at least the temps have been comfortable. Would you like to be a part of a wonderful group of volunteers that gathers genealogical data for other researchers? If so, IAGenWeb has county coordinator positions open. We're always looking for volunteers in the many aspects of what we do - locating and transcribing records, photographing and uploading gravestone photos, etc. Check out this page http://iagenweb.org/state/jointeam.php. There's also a link on the page for learning more about becoming a county coordinator. The counties we have available are: Adams, Calhoun, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Jones, Jackson, Lyon, Mahaska, Montgomery, Mitchell, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Tama. Stop in and take a look at those you're interested in. The links to each of the counties are available at http://iagenweb.org/state/colist.php. See something you like? Send an email to the Welcome Hostesses, at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org Hope to hear from you soon! Cindy and Karon Welcome Hostess welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    06/02/2019 09:18:31
    1. ([IABUTLER])Spring & IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. It's almost time for Spring ... warm sunshine, snow melting, green grass showing, new flowers coming up and the proverbial spring cleaning! My favorite time of the We at IAGenWeb are getting ready for Spring and doing our own "spring cleaning" in preparation for our Spring Reviews. New information is being added, broken links are being fixed, pages being freshened and we have been fortunate to have four of our orphan counties adopted (Ida, Decatur, Ringgold and Greene)!  We at IAGenWeb hope you will stop by and visit our new CCs. At the same time we hope you will visit our orphan counties and find one that is just right for your family. Our orphans are: Adams, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Jones, Jackson, Lyon, Mahaska, Montgomery, Mitchell, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Tama. For more information on how you can become a part of the IAGenWeb family it is as easy as sending an email to our Welcome Hostess at  welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org .  St. Patrick Day is near! Cindy & Karon, Welcome Hostess'   welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    03/03/2019 06:42:28
    1. ([IABUTLER])IAGenWeb in February
    2. dusters34
    3. Some how we have lost January and we are already in February 2019! What a great month February is! President Lincoln was born on Feb. 12 and President Washington was born on Feb. 22, and in between them we have the yummiest best chocolate day of the year, Valentine's Day!  All of our great CCs are busy getting ready for Spring (hopefully just around the corner?) fixing up their county websites by adding new information and fixing those pesky broken links that somehow always seem to show up. We hope you will stop by a visit your favorite county and while you are visiting we hope you will take a look at orphaned counties are: Adams, Carroll, Cerro Gordo, Emmet, Floyd, Greene, Ida, Jackson, Jones, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawatamie, Ringgold, Sac and Tama.  These are counties that are with out a permanent coordinator and would really like to have someone like you, as their coordinator. For more information on how you too can be a "Valentine Coordinator" please email our Welcome Hostess at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org and become a part of this great organization known as IAGenWeb! Happy February!! Cindy & Karon , Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    02/01/2019 08:00:01
    1. ([IABUTLER])2019 and IAGenWeb
    2. dusters34
    3. WOW! Here we are already into the start of a brand new year, 2019, and it has begun with the quiet and calm the first week of January seems to bring. All of the wonderful CCs here at IAGenWeb Wish You All a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year! We hope you will stop by for a visit and see all of the wonderful gifts Christmas and the New Year left under our "IAGenWeb Tree" for Iowa researchers. If you haven't already visited IAGenWeb, we hope you will make a New Year visit and stop by for a visit to our very special orphan counties and possibly find one that fits your family and contact our great Welcome Hostess  welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org  for more information on how you can become a county coordinator.  Our orphan counties are: Adams, Carroll, Emmet, Floyd, Greene, Ida, Jackson, Jones, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Tama. Happy New Year to All, Cindy & Karon Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb.org@iagenweb.org

    01/03/2019 03:13:28
    1. ([IABUTLER])IAGenWeb and Close of 2018
    2. dusters34
    3. Here we are at the end of another great year, Yes, it is December already! Where has the time gone? December brings us Special days (Christmas) and so many wonderful gifts (family, friends and IAGenWeb volunteers just to name a few).  It is a time to remember and reflect on all of the glorious gifts we have been given,  We at IAGenWeb would like to take this time to say a very BIG "Thank You"  to all of you who have been and continue to volunteer your time and efforts of transcribing and contributing to our county projects.  Your 'gifts'  and the gifts of our wonderful volunteer CCs  have truly been a Blessing to IAGenWeb and our researchers through out the year. We hope you will stop by for a visit to our orphan counties and find one that fits your family and contact our great Welcome Hostess welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org <mailto:welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org> for more information on how you can become a county coordinator.  Our orphan counties are: Adams, Carroll, Emmet, Floyd, Greene, Ida, Jackson, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, Montgomery, Pottawattamie, Poweshiek, Sac and Tama. Merry Christmas to All, Cindy & Karon Welcome Hostess' welcome_to_iagenweb.org@iagenweb.org <mailto:welcome_to_iagenweb.org@iagenweb.org>

    12/03/2018 10:42:08
    1. ([IABUTLER])Re: IAGenWeb Gives Thanks!
    2. Oregon Rain
    3. On 11/1/2018 6:55 AM, Oregon Rain wrote: > > The year has gone by so quickly and I am not sure where it went!  > Today is Halloween and tomorrow begins the Thanksgiving and Christmas > season and once again it's time to prepare for family and friends > coming to visit! Time for remembering those who are not able to be > with us with stories and love. We at IAGenWeb will be Giving Thanks > for all of you and your continued support of our projects. With out > your continued visits and volunteer efforts to our projects IAGenWeb > would not be as great as it is. > > I hope you will stop by for a visit to our orphan counties and find > one that fits your family and contact our great Welcome Hostess > welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org > <mailto:welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org> for more information on how > you can become a county coordinator.  Our orphan counties are: Adams, > Carroll, Emmet, Floyd, Greene, Ida, Jackson, Lyon, Mahaska, Mitchell, > Montgomery, Pottawattamie, Sac and Tama. > > Giving Thanks For All, > > Cindy & Karon > Welcome Hostess' > welcome_to_iagenweb.org@iagenweb.org > <mailto:welcome_to_iagenweb.org@iagenweb.org>

    11/01/2018 07:44:40
    1. ([IABUTLER])Re: Fwd: October Treats Table Just Grew!
    2. Oregon Rain
    3. IAGenWeb's  table of October treats has just been enlarge to include two wonderful well done counties ... Mitchell and Floyd counties.  Come take a look at these two newest orphan counties. After visiting these counties contact our Welcome Hostess and let them know which one you would like to be the County Coordinator Become a member of a great genealogy family - just choose your 'treat' and then contact the Welcome Hostess for more information at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.com <mailto:welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.com>. Hope to see you soon! Cindy & Karon welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.com

    10/03/2018 08:29:13
    1. ([IABUTLER])Fwd: October Treats and IAGenWeb
    2. Oregon Rain
    3. What a great time of the year it is - warm days and cool nights! School is back in session, football is everywhere, and its genealogy time! October is here and IAGenweb is full of great 'treats' for genealogists! Come by and partake of our table of Goodies! We have 11 wonderful and very special crafted treats (orphan counties) to chose from and enjoy being a part of the IAGenWeb team. We have Adams, Carroll, Emmet, Greene, Ida, Jackson, Lyon, Mahaska, Montgomery, Pottawattamie and Sac counties that our great Welcome Hostess (welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.com <mailto:welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.com>) can help you with. Become a member of a great genealogy family - just choose your 'treat' and then contact the Welcome Hostess for more information at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.com <mailto:welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.com>. Hope to see you soon! Cindy & Karon welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org <mailto:welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org>

    09/30/2018 08:42:16
    1. ([IABUTLER])Re: Fwd: Family, Genealogy, Football & IAGenWeb
    2. Oregon Rain
    3. On 8/31/2018 7:03 AM, Oregon Rain wrote: > Where has the year gone?!  September is already here bringing College > Football, Labor Day and time for school classes to start up once a > gain! Labor Day, everyone's last 'vacation' time and BBQ's. What an > awesome time of the year!   And a great time for that end of summer > family reunion and to think about a fun interesting family history > project to do during the winter!   The perfect project to consider is > that of a 'County Coordinator' CC for one of IAGenWeb's orphan > counties!  We have a wonderful group of counties that are in need of a > county coordinator. A new coordinator is needed for JACKSON, SAC, IDA, > CARROLL, GREENE, LYON, ADAMS, POTTAWATTAMIE, EMMET, & MAHASKA > counties. For more information on how you can become a coordinator for > one of these great counties contact the Welcome Hosts at > welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org  . > > > Cindy & Karon > welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org >

    09/01/2018 10:45:28
    1. ([IABUTLER])Fwd: August Fairs Festivals & Genealogy
    2. Oregon Rain
    3. August is the time for our great county fairs, community festivals and last chance for vacations before school starts up again.  It's also a good time to think about having a family reunion and family history! August is also a great time to become a volunteer and the perfect place for people who like sharing with others and sharing genealogy is to become a volunteer county coordinator at IAGenWeb! Share your knowledge and love of genealogy with others by becoming an IAGenWeb county coordinator! We have a wonderful group of counties that are in need of a county coordinator. A new coordinator is needed for JONES, JACKSON, SAC, IDA, CARROLL, GREENE, LYON, ADAMS, POTTAWATTAMIE, EMMET, & MAHASKA counties. For more information on how you can become a coordinator for one of these wonderful counties contact the Welcome Hosts at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org . Cindy & Karon welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    08/05/2018 11:03:54
    1. ([IABUTLER])P. David Boyd
    2. Richard Berkheiser
    3. From Patrick McGarry Death of: Boyd/Darrington/Horst/Heck/Click/Frantz/Zug/Garst/Teach/Cobaugh/Wolf/Ulrich/Cripe/Shively/Flora/Harter/Moyer/Brower/Young/Brubaker/Clingenpeel/Cooper/Flora Only a small audience of you I am sending this: https://www.mckeemortuary.com/notices/P-Boyd P. David Boyd NOVEMBER 14, 1945 ~ JULY 19, 2018 (AGE 72) OBITUARYSERVICE DETAILSTRIBUTE WALLSEND FLOWERS P. David Boyd, 72, North Manchester, Indiana, passed away in his residence on July 19, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. Born on November 14, 1945, David was the son of John and Donna Hoff and Delmar E. and Ester L. (Wolf) Boyd. After attending Laketon High School, David worked a variety of jobs to support his family, most notably for Hatfield Electric, Warsaw, Indiana and later retired from U.S Gypsum in 1993. When David was younger, he served as a volunteer fireman at Lagro Fire Department. He enjoyed coaching his sons' youth baseball teams and also enjoyed playing slow pitch softball. Some of David's favorite things to do included riding his motorcycle, fishing, camping with his family, and hunting, though he was a hunter who never killed anything. David was a member of the Moose and Eagles, both of North Manchester, Indiana. P. David Boyd is survived by his wife, Carol Boyd, North Manchester, Indiana; five sons, David (Valerie) Boyd, Urbana, Indiana, Robi Boyd, John (Carrie) Boyd, James Boyd and Dale (Theresa) Cooper Jr., all of North Manchester, Indiana; four daughters, Helen (Dave) Tester, Laketon, Indiana, Heather (Rod) Emerick, North Manchester, Indiana, Karen (James) Black, South Whitley, Indiana and Kandy (Kenneth) Bohde, Churubusco, Indiana; one brother, Tim Hoff, Rochester, Indiana; two sisters, Carol Sue Watts, North Manchester and Donna (Rick) Steg, Peru, Indiana; 29 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Donna Hoff and Delmar and Ester Boyd; three brothers, John Hoff, Joe Hoff and John Hetzner. Family and friends may call Wednesday, July 25, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at McKee Mortuary, 1401 State Road 114 West, North Manchester, Indiana. Funeral services will begin on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at McKee Mortuary. Pastor J.P. Freeman will officiate. Burial will be at Oaklawn Cemetery, 600 Beckley Street, North Manchester, Indiana. For those who wish to honor the memory of P. David Boyd, memorial contributions may be made to McKee Mortuary, 1401 State Road 114 West, North Manchester, Indiana to assist the family with final expenses. Donations may be made to: Love Offering to the family c/o McKee Mortuary 1401 State Road 114 West, North Manchester IN 46962 There's still time to send flowers to the Visitation at the McKee Mortuary Inc. from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM on July 25, 2018. RAE for Robert, Richard, Reid and gang Delmar Earl Boyd B:14 May 1914 Nebraska M: D:5 May 1998 North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, United States of America Ira Paul Boyd B:19 Oct 1880 Gage, Clark, Ohio, USA M:Iowa D:20 Aug 1955 Gage,Clark , Nebraska, USA Boyd B:Illinois M: D: Kate T Darrington B:abt 1875 Ohio M: D: Bertha Mae Horst B:4 Aug 1885 North Hampton, Ohio, USA M:Iowa D:5 Jul 1951 Bringhurst, ,Indiana William Cleveland Horst B:20 Nov 1858 Montgomery, Ohio M: D:14 Jun 1940 Kansas, USA Rosina Rossman B:1825 Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany M: D:Pos, , Ohio, USA Elizabeth Mae Heck B:26 Jun 1862 Ohio, USA M: D:2 Jan 1911 Kansas, USA Peter Heck B:1840-04-16 Clark, Ohio, USA M: D:1907-04-19 Kansas, USA Samuel Heck B:1810-02-10 Bethel, Ohio, USA D:1890-05-07 Missouri, USA Barbara Click B:1818-11-28 Virginia D:1881-04-19 Clark,,Ohio,USA Barbara Frantz B:1841-09-25 Clark, Ohio, USA M:1861-05-09 Clark,,Ohio,USA D:1877-10-13 ,Clark,Ohio,USA John Frantz B:1802-01-24 , Virginia, USA D:1866-08-25 Clark,,Ohio,USA Anna Mary Ohmart B:1804-05-20 , Virginia, USA D:1890-01-23 ,Clark,Ohio,USA Daniel Frantz B:1763-02-09 ,Lancaster,Pennsylvania,USA M:1784-07-25 ,Lancaster,Pennsylvania,USA D:1843-05-17 ,Clark,Ohio,USA Michael Frantz B:1725-09-30 Basel,,,Switzerland M:12 Jun 1748 Pennsylvania, USA D:1807 Botetourt,,Virginia,USA Christian Frantz B:1 Sep 1685 NB, Switzerland M: D:27 Mar 1739 USA Matheus Frantz B:25 Mar 1637 Switzerland D:, , , Germany wife unknown B:1666 Switzerland D: Magdalena Zug B:1729 Farm, Pennsylvania, USA M:12 Jun 1748 Pennsylvania, USA D:1823 Botetourt,,Virginia,USA Anna Gerst B:1764-05-01 Lancaster,,Pennsylvania,USA M:1784-07-25 ,Lancaster,Pennsylvania,USA D:1821-06-19 ,Clark,Ohio,USA Johan Nicolaus Gerst B:1727-11-05 Bayern, Germany M:1748 Sembach, Bayern, Germany D:1803 ,Botetourt,Virginia,USA Magdelena Catharina Bueckin B:1702/04 Bayern, Germany M: D:1770 Bethel, Pennsylvania, USA Johannes Bueckin B:1676 Sembach, Bayern, Germany D:1727-01-14 Bayern, Germany Johannes Bueckin B: D: Mary Elizabeth Stathalter B:1732 ,Lancaster,Pennsylvania,USA M:1748 Sembach, Bayern, Germany D:1788 Lancaster,,Pennsylvania,USA Teach McCarty Fisher Family Tree Ira Paul Boyd B:Oct 19 1880 Iowa M: D:Aug 20 1955 Bringhurst, Carroll, Indiana, USA Otho Boyd B:3 Dec 1851 Lanark, Illinois, USA M:04 Feb 1873 Black Hawk, Iowa D:13 Apr 1935 Delphi, Indiana, USA John Boyd B:9 November 1821 Maryland M:Oct 3 1848 D:25 April 1907 Susan Teach B:28 March 1830 Pennsylvania, USA M:Oct 3 1848 D:20 March 1874 Iowa, USA Peter Teach B:30 Apr 1790 United States M:3 Apr 1810 PA D:Jun 29 1873 Illinois, USA Mathias Teach II B:1755 Pennsylvania, USA D:1820 Pennsylvania, USA Elizabetha Kraut B:1756 United States D:1815 Pennsylvania, USA Elizabeth "Betsy" Hull B:1793 Pennsylvania, USA M:3 Apr 1810 PA D:1830 Pennsylvania, USA Lucy Jane Cobaugh B:1849 Pennsylvania M:04 Feb 1873 Black Hawk, Iowa D:1934 Johann Petter Dietz (Teach) B:1724 M: D:1755 Pennsylvania, United States Joh. Ullrich Dietz B:1682 M: D:1738 Pennsylvania Elizabeth Weinmann B: M: D: Catherine Van Lent B: M: D: Wolf, Cline Family Tree Private B: M: D: David Clarence Wolf B:22 Jun 1887 Carroll, Indiana, USA M:22 Dec 1908 Carroll, Indiana D:7 Jul 1956 Peru, Miami, Indiana, USA John C Wolf B:16 May 1856 Indiana, USA M:02 Jan 1881 , Indiana, USA D:2 Dec 1934 United States David Wolf B:12 Jul 1831 Ohio, USA M:9 Mar 1854 , Indiana, USA D:19 Nov 1883 Indiana, USA Jacob B Wolf B:8 Jan 1799 United States D:15 Sep 1851 , Ohio, USA Elizabeth Ulrich B:29 Jul 1798 USA D:13 Sep 1880 , Ohio, USA Susannah "Susan" Gripe B:3 Mar 1832 Ohio, USA M:9 Mar 1854 , Indiana, USA D:11 Apr 1921 Indiana, USA John Edward Cripe B:1799 United States of America D:6 July 1854 , Indiana, USA Barbara Shively B:16 October 1800 Indiana, USA D:2 Oct 1878 , Indiana, USA Barbara Flora B:25 Oct 1858 Indiana, USA M:02 Jan 1881 , Indiana, USA D:27 Oct 1933 Indiana, USA David Flora B:8 Oct 1830 Indiana, USA M:2 Sep 1852 Carroll, Indiana D:10 Feb 1890 Indiana, USA John M. Flora B:14 Jul 1802 Franklin Co, Va D:11 May 1875 Indiana, USA SARAH HARTER B:13 Sep 1808 United States D:25 Aug 1878 United States Mary Sarah Moss B:1833 Flora, Indiana, USA M:2 Sep 1852 Carroll, Indiana D:26 Jan 1877 Carroll, Indiana Philip Moss B:23 May 1808 , Virginia, USA D:5 Mar 1860 , Butler, Iowa, USA Barbara Moyer B:3 Sep 1812 , Indiana, USA D:7 Apr 1860 , Butler, Iowa, USA Flossie L Brower B:2 Dec 1889 Bringhurst, Indiana, USA M:22 Dec 1908 Carroll, Indiana D:21 Dec 1967 Union City, Indiana, USA Solomon {Solly} Uriah Brower B:15 OCT 1868 United States M:Aug Oct 1889 United States D:23 Jul 1944 United States Francis D 'Frank' BROWER B:24 APR 1843 Preble Co., OH M:26 Feb 1863 Carroll, Indiana D:28 Jul 1901 Indiana Joel Brower B:26 Apr 1811 Franklin, Virginia D:30 Nov 1902 Howard, Indiana Delilah Parker B:1820 Ohio D:1893 Indiana, United States Catherine Young B:4 AUG 1845 Preble Co., OH M:26 Feb 1863 Carroll, Indiana D:7 NOV 1913 , , Kansas, USA Solomon Young B:18 Dec 1808 United States D:4 Sep 1875 United States Sarah Brubaker B:28 Mar 1810 Virginia, USA D:9 Nov 1877 Indiana, USA Cora Evaline Clingenpeel B:5 Jul 1873 United States M:Aug Oct 1889 United States D:18 Aug 1964 United States Joseph B "Pearl" Clingenpeel B:19 Mar 1841 United States M:4 Oct 1862 Indiana, US D:15 May 1924 USA Buried at the Gideon D Clingenpeel B:1 Feb 1817 United States D:30 Nov 1883 United States Naomi White B:29 Dec 1816 United States D:18 Jun 1895 United States Mary Jane Cooper B:1 Apr 1846 United States M:4 Oct 1862 Indiana, US D:17 Dec 1928 Indiana Abraham Cooper B:11 Jun 1811 United States D:9 Nov 1866 United States Elizabeth Flora B:20 Nov 1817 United States D:1876

    07/26/2018 12:57:08
    1. ([IABUTLER])Independence Day
    2. dusters34
    3. The Fourth of July holiday is almost here! For most of us, that means a cookout, fireworks and another day or two that we don’t have to go to work. However, what this holiday is really about is that this day commemorates our independence from Great Britain back in 1776. Exercise your independence this year by becoming an IAGenWeb county coordinator .and experience the satisfaction of bringing IAGenWeb to appreciative genealogists everywhere. New coordinators are needed for JONES, JACKSON, SAC, IDA, CARROLL, GREENE, LYON, ADAMS, POTTAWATTAMIE, EMMET, & MAHASKA counties. For more information contact the Welcome Hosts at welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org . Cindy & Karon welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    07/06/2018 10:18:28
    1. ([IABUTLER])Re: Vincent Ray Boots 1915-1992
    2. Leslie Vaughn
    3. Thanks for sharing your uncle's letter. This is priceless, yet describes many soldier's lives, trying to make do so far from home. Leslie Vaughn -----Original Message----- From: Mary Lou Rogers Sent: Monday, May 28, 2018 10:17 AM To: iabutler@rootsweb.com Subject: ([IABUTLER])Vincent Ray Boots 1915-1992 This is a letter my Uncle Bud Boots wrote and his Mother submitted it to The Dumont Journal. Source: The Dumont Journal on December 13, 1944 Vincent Boots Writes From Italian Front The following letter was received by Mrs. Slaid Monday from Pvt. Vincent Boots, written in Italy Dec. 1. How are all of you folks back home? Last night as I was going through some letters I received not so long ago, I ran across one from you. Knowing that I should have answered it long ago I will do so this morning. Maybe I did scold a little but after receiving no mail from anyone in 2 months I knew something was wrong, then in 2 days I received 25 letters, well happy days are here again. The weather has changed over here as it has rained almost every day in October. November was about the same except on the 10th we had some snow. About all there is to say is snow, rain and plenty mud. We are up so high, we are in a fog most of the time. It sure seems funny to be in a fog when down in the valley the sun is shining. There are four of us living in an old house with most of the roof blown away. We fixed the roof, made some doors and nailed up the windows. We have running water in the kitchen which comes from some spring. We bought a wood stove for our room, so there is wood to be chopped, also have electric lights from a generator of a unit that lives near us. Any time you read about the happenings over here you will know that we are not very far away. We have always been near or know just what was going on. If when you write me again ask me if I have been here or there, names of towns and then I will write back and let you know. I have been in most of the cities. Have been to Florence a few times. Otto Kriens and Paul Van Houten are near but haven't seen Paul for a long time. Otto has stopped a # of times and once I had to pull his truck home when it broke down a little way from us. We have planes over almost every night so there are no lights shining out our windows at night. They come over and strafe the roads where the trucks have their lights on. They have dropped bombs on both sides of us, 1 wasn't very far away and this house rocked like a boat in the water. I had just gone to bed so never bothered to get up. They never come over in the daytime as we have to much stuff waiting for them. I bought a box of radishes in town only to have some Italian steal them out of the truck. You know how well I like them. As ever Boots _______________________________________________ ==== IABUTLER Mailing List ==== IABUTLER@rootsweb.com To contact the List Administrator: Rick Berkheiser, IABUTLER-owner@rootsweb.com _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/iabutler@rootsweb.com/ Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/iabutler@rootsweb.com/ Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    05/28/2018 09:54:02
    1. ([IABUTLER])Vincent Ray Boots 1915-1992
    2. Mary Lou Rogers
    3. This is a letter my Uncle Bud Boots wrote and his Mother submitted it to The Dumont Journal. Source: The Dumont Journal on December 13, 1944 Vincent Boots Writes From Italian Front The following letter was received by Mrs. Slaid Monday from Pvt. Vincent Boots, written in Italy Dec. 1. How are all of you folks back home? Last night as I was going through some letters I received not so long ago, I ran across one from you. Knowing that I should have answered it long ago I will do so this morning. Maybe I did scold a little but after receiving no mail from anyone in 2 months I knew something was wrong, then in 2 days I received 25 letters, well happy days are here again. The weather has changed over here as it has rained almost every day in October. November was about the same except on the 10th we had some snow. About all there is to say is snow, rain and plenty mud. We are up so high, we are in a fog most of the time. It sure seems funny to be in a fog when down in the valley the sun is shining. There are four of us living in an old house with most of the roof blown away. We fixed the roof, made some doors and nailed up the windows. We have running water in the kitchen which comes from some spring. We bought a wood stove for our room, so there is wood to be chopped, also have electric lights from a generator of a unit that lives near us. Any time you read about the happenings over here you will know that we are not very far away. We have always been near or know just what was going on. If when you write me again ask me if I have been here or there, names of towns and then I will write back and let you know. I have been in most of the cities. Have been to Florence a few times. Otto Kriens and Paul Van Houten are near but haven't seen Paul for a long time. Otto has stopped a # of times and once I had to pull his truck home when it broke down a little way from us. We have planes over almost every night so there are no lights shining out our windows at night. They come over and strafe the roads where the trucks have their lights on. They have dropped bombs on both sides of us, 1 wasn't very far away and this house rocked like a boat in the water. I had just gone to bed so never bothered to get up. They never come over in the daytime as we have to much stuff waiting for them. I bought a box of radishes in town only to have some Italian steal them out of the truck. You know how well I like them. As ever Boots

    05/28/2018 08:17:22
    1. ([IABUTLER])Memorial Day
    2. Richard Berkheiser
    3. Hi everyone! Sorry to start another thread of messages so close to a Surname Shout Out but with the lists being down the first part of the year it threw my scheduling off. Hope you don't mind... With this being the Memorial Day Weekend, I thought it would it be interesting to post one ancestor we have in our family trees who served in one of the many wars and battles we fought in US History. Obviously it has to be an ancestor from this county. :) Give a brief biography of that person including the unit and war he or she was in, a POW, injuries, plus the usual genealogical stuff. Thanks in advance and have a safe weekend! Rick B Admin

    05/27/2018 02:41:38
    1. ([IABUTLER])Re: IAGenWeb Ancestors R Us
    2. Oregon Rain
    3. On 23-May-18 6:42 AM, Oregon Rain wrote: > > IAGenWeb  is the place to go to find a treasure trove of genealogical > information on ancestors from Iowa .  Each of Iowa’s 99 counties has > general and unusual sources of information on > pioneers-residents-ANCESTORS from that county. > > Who puts this information online? Volunteers!  If you have a passion > for genealogy, you may consider contributing information to a county > site, serving as a “Lookup” volunteer, or becoming a County > Coordinator for one of our eleven orphan counties.  Go to Join Our > Team [http://iagenweb.org/state/jointeam.php] to learn more. > > > Cindy & Karon > welcome_to_iagenweb@iagenweb.org

    05/24/2018 07:38:23