Jo Daviess County, Illinois

Posted Queries for March 1999



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EDWARDS posted by Sandra Anderson on Monday, March 1, 1999

My posting should have read: Mary Ann 'Bell' EDWARDS. We believe that Mary Ann went by the nickname of Bell..

BAHNE, BAIN, BAINE posted by Jan Hansen on Tuesday, March 2, 1999

Searching for the sister of my grgrandfather, Julia Baine. She was known to be unmarried and lived in Galena, Jo Davies county, during the year of 1862. After that, I've lost her. Thanks.

ERNER, HELLSTERN, HILLARD, STROHMAYER posted by Joseph Erner on Tuesday, March 2, 1999

Researching these names in Jo Daviess County..

BARRON, EGGLESTON, FARMER, PEJEAU posted by John Eggleston on Wednesday, March 3, 1999

In the 1850 census CALEB EGGLESTON is shown as living in Vinegar Hill Twp. with his wife MARY and children WILLIAM. LOUISA, RUBEN, CAROLINE, AMELIA, and CHARLES. Another daughter LYDIA apparently remained behind in Ohio with her sister CATHERINE. The next family listed in this census is LIFE FARMER and wife EVELINE plus daughters ABIGAIL and MARY. In the 1860 census CALEB EGGLESTON has moved back to Ohio and LIFE FARMER has a different wife listed. His wife is LYDIA E. FARMER Also living with them is CAROLINE EGGLESTON, the daughter of CALEB EGGLESTON and possibly LYDIA'S sister. I believe that LIFE may have lost his wife and latter married his neighbors oldest daughter LYDIA. Does anyone have access to death and marriage record between 1850 and 1860 that would show the death of EVELINE FARMER and marriage of LIFE FARMER to LYDIA EGGLESTON? LYDIA died one year later, in 1861, and CAROLINE died in 1866. Thankyou in advance for any help.

KELLER, SCHNEIDER posted by Bonnie Endress on Wednesday, March 3, 1999

I have Keller in my line, but know little about them. Margaratha Dorothea Kellerin and Susannah Keller daughters of Johannes Keller and Elizabeth Schneider. They are my g/g grandmother and my g/g/g grandmother mother. All are from Massbach, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germanyaround the mid to late 1700's and they settled in Massbach, JoDavies County, Illinois. This is all I have on them so I don't know how they link to Michael but they must be related.

BOYER, DICKENSON, DICKSON, KEPENR, PHELPS, STENSTROM posted by Linda Barron Wetzel on Thursday, March 4, 1999

Search Jo Davies Co for links to the following branches of my tree....BOYER/KEPNER/PHELPS/DICKINSON or DICKSON PHELPS/STENSTROM.

CRAIN, FINKENBINDER, PHELPS posted by Sandra Anderson on Thursday, March 4, 1999

My great-grandfather, Martin Luther FINKENBINDER's first wife was Bertha Minerva PHELPS. She was born 8 Jan 1879 in Stockton, Jo Daviess Co., IL. She married Martin 12 June 1907 and they had 2 children: Beryl Lucene FINKENBINDER born 15 June 1908 and Marjorie Helen FINKENBINDER born 13 February 1914. Bertha died 23 February 1914 and is buried in the Kent Lutheran Cemetery, Stephenson Co., IL.. Parents of Bertha Minerva PHELPS are Nelson Reed PHELPS and Helen CRAIN..

EBERHARDT, HAGIE, HAMBERGER, HOCHREIN, HOFFMAN, KELLER posted by Jean Hoffman on Friday, March 5, 1999

I have learned that Michael Keller of Derinda Twp., Jo Daviess County, IL was actually named Johann Michael and was the oldest child of Andreas Keller and Margaretha Ehrhardt of Massbach and Madenhausen, Unterfranken, Bavaria. In turn, Andreas Keller, B. 1801, was the son of Johannas Keller and Elisabetha Schneider, so indeed he is definitely related to your family..

VAN BLARICUM, VAN VOLTENBURG posted by Reed Morrow on Saturday, March 6, 1999

Henry Van Voltenburg (1799-1878) was my 3rd great gf. He was born in NY. He married Sarah Van Blaricum in 1824 in Indianapolis, IN. He moved to Jo Daviess Co., IL in 1828. He later went to Mitchell Co., IA where he died. Does anyone know his parents or descend from him?.

BROMLEY, BRUCE, MOYLE, TRURAN posted by Diane Hall on Saturday, March 6, 1999

Mrs. Elizabeth Moyle arrived in JoDaviess Co. in 1849. Her second husband was Richard Bromley. Her daughter Jane Moyle married John Truran. Another daughter Harriet Moyle married Michael Bruce. Any information would be appreciated.

TEMPERLY posted by Mary Bajema on Saturday, March 6, 1999

I can't directly help you with your Temperly, but possible this information might help in the search. I have a Thomas Temperly b. 11/30/1878 d. 1966 in Counceil Hills, Il. He married Flora E. Sedgwick 3/8/1908. They had a son named Sydney b. 6/15/1921. Sydney had 5 children. Thomas lived on a farm near Council Hill which he inherited from his mother but I don't know her name. Both Thomas and his wife Flora are buried in Council Hill Cemetery. I don't have a middle name for Thomas but possible he can be eliminated from your group of Thomases based on his birth date. Good luck in your search. Sedgwick is the name I'm searching so I haven't done much with the Temperlys.

ANDEBERG, SEDGEWICK, TEMPERLY posted by Mary H. Musgrave on Sunday, March 7, 1999

Dear Mary, You may get this message twice cause I wasn't looking at the directions and sent it to you directly first. Anyway, thanks for the info. I believe the Tom Temperly you have is the step-brother / half-brother of my grandad Alf. Alf's Dad, Thomas TEMPERLY had 2 children -- Tom and Jennie when he married Edna ANDEBERG {sp?} Alf's mother. Alf may not have been Thomas biological child, but took name TEMPERLY at marriage / adoption. Anyway, I appreciate the help. If I find any SEDGEWICK's in any of my rooting around, I'll be sure to let you know.

LEE posted by Linda Waltz on Sunday, March 7, 1999

Looking for info about John LEE born 1797 birthplace unknown married Beulah Burton. they both died in 1840 probably in Jo Daviess county, Illinois. Looking for info on John LEE, any of his family (parents or children}. he and Beulah had 15 children. I have family history of just one son, John C. lee, my great-grandfather. John LEE was a justice of the peace in Jo Daviess county in the 1830's. Rumor passed down by family is that they were related to General Robert E LEE but this has not been verified.

BUDDEN, HUILMAN, SCHULTING, WEIS posted by John H. Budden on Sunday, March 7, 1999

Gerhard Henry Budden came to Ohio from Germany in 1842 and to Jo Daviess Co IL in 1843. He farmed in Menominee IL. Any information on his parents or siblings would be appreciated. Thank you I am also researching the Weis, Huilman and Schulting surnames. They were all from Jo Daviess Co. IL.where they came from Germany..

JUERG, YARG, YORK posted by Maureen L. Titel on Monday, March 8, 1999

I found the original spelling of York was Juerg (Germany) ... when entered the US, the spelling was changed to Yarg and eventually York. This was done sometime between the 1850's to 1900..

BAETZ, BRUDI, GROEZINGER, HAERING, HARWOOD, MACE, MAYDEW, RANDECKER, RATH, SAGER, SCHNITZLER, SCHRIERER, SELLARS, SHELDON, SYCKLE, THAIN, VAN, WALKER, WHITE, WURSTER posted by Ralph Wurster on Tuesday, March 9, 1999

The Andreas (Andrew) Wurster family lived in Derinda and Maasbach in JoDaviess County IL. Came there in 1852 from Wuerttemburg, Germany. Belive family farm owned by Emily RANDECKER in 1995.

CLINGMAN, DEHAVEN, JONES, MILLER, WOOLEVER posted by Gordon B. Clingman on Wednesday, March 10, 1999

John Michael CLINGMAN and Anna Elizabeth (MILLER) Clingman Descendants Abner Briggs Clingman and Sarah (WOOLEVER) Clingman lived in Jo Daviess County in the 1800's. Their daughter, Cornelia Clingman, married Henry Clay DEHAVEN. They had a son named Oscar DeHaven. After the death of Henry Clay DeHaven, Cornelia and Oscar lived with Abner and Sarah Clingman in JoDaviess County. Oscar DeHaven married Mary Bagley JONES. In the late 1880's, Oscar, Mary, Cornelia and Abner moved to Oregon. A group of us has collected and shared information over the past few years. Our files contain a few thousand descendants of John Michael Clingman. Our text files contain considerable information on the families. Our goal is to add current family information to our files as well as expand on our early history. If you are interested and are willing to provide your family information, we will glady share our files. May each of you have a splendid day! March, 1999 Gordon B. Clingman 1018-4 Pacific Grove Lane Pacific Grove, CA 93950 Tel. & Fax (831) 372-4473

BATCHELDER, BOURN, BOURNE, GESNER, TUCKER posted by Denise Whitworth on Thursday, March 11, 1999

My father Clyde GESNER was born in Nora in 1911. His parnets Matilda A TUCKER (born 1857) and Albert GESNER (b.1867) were Born in Jo Daviess Co. Matilda TUCKER d/o Frederick M TUCKER (b 1858, possibly in Carroll Co) and Grace TUCKER (b 1857 in IL). Grace TUCKER's parents were Edwin TUCKER (b in Ohio) and Eliza BOURN(e). I have a column from a newspaper in which Grace Tucker tells of her Father's greatgrandfather, Benjamin Tucker, throwing tea into the harbor at the Boston Tea Party. He had a saddlery shop in Boston. She writes that the information was taken from a Tucker Genealogy published in 1895. I have searched (off an on) for this genealogy for 20 years, but with the internet, it has became an obsession. I really want to fill the two generations between Edwin Tucker and Benjamin Tucker. Any hints, facts or Relatives welcome!

DRAVES, GREBNER, HAYES, HILGERS, SLOAN, YOUNG posted by Deborah Fogg on Thursday, March 11, 1999

Looking for info on my g-grandmother Mary Fredricka HILGERS. Born 10/28/1861 in Galena, Ill. Died 1946 and is buried in the St. Aloysius Cemetery in Sturgis, SD. Worked for a Granny Norris on her farm where she met and married 1st husband Draves who died in 1889. Her 2nd marriage was to my g-grandfather William A. Grebner. They then moved to Riceville, Iowa. He died in 1906. Their children were Helen (b: 10/20/1894), William and Amelia (YOUNG). Mary then married a Frank SLOAN and they then moved to Sturgis, SD in 1911..

BEYER, ENDRESS, HARING, KELLER, KLOPF, ZINK posted by Sandra Beyer on Friday, March 12, 1999

My ggrandmother was an Rosalia Amelia Caroline ENDRESS; she in both Jo Daviess and Carroll County. Rosalia's father, Johannes Georg ENDRESS, b. 14 Jan 1831 at Massbach, Bavaria, was son of Georg F. ENDRESS and Susannah KELLER. Some other lines for me in the Derinda, Massbach, and Pleasant Valley areas are BEYER, ZINK, HARING, KLOPF..

COLTRIN, MATHEWS posted by Linda Coltrin on Saturday, March 13, 1999

Seek information and to correspond with descendants of Elisha C. Coltrin who lived pre 1886 in Jo Davies Co., Illinois. Also related family member William C. Mathews who lived also in Jo Davies and died abt. 1887. Childen of William Mathews are listed in his estate papers found in courthouse but does not list full first name of each child. Seek descenants of this War of 1812 veteran, who emigarated to Jo Daviess from Lake Co. (Geauga Co.) Ohio..

ASHMORE, EUSTICE posted by Sandra Beyer on Saturday, March 13, 1999

William C. EUSTICE listed in Book J, Miscellaneous Records, page 75, Jo Daviess County. William C. Eustice acquired property from Joseph S. ASHMORE in Elizabeth Township on July 28, 1931 as agreed August 2, 1930. If this page of Abstract of Title is beneficial to you, email me where to send a copy..

DEGRAFF, GRIGSBY, IBBERSON posted by Charles DeGraff on Sunday, March 14, 1999

Would like to find out any information about James DeGraff family that owned property in Jo Daviess Co in mid 1800's..

FOLEY, MCDONALD, MEADE, MORGAN posted by Rod McGruder on Monday, March 15, 1999

I am interested in finding ancestors and descendants of Alex and Ann (Morgan) McDonald who were natives of County Fermanagh, Ireland and immigrated to the United States in 1847 settling in Galena, Ill in Jo Daviess County. Together Alex and Ann had (13) children with known offspring as follows; James, Elizabeth, John Alexander, Hugh, Alexander, Catherine, Patrick, Daniel, Thomas, an infant who died unnamed, Barney and my ggg-grandmother Ann. Ann married Michael Foley in 1853 in Galena, Ill. and together they had (10) children with known offspring as follows; Charles, Ester(Foley) Keleher, James, John (married Ann Meade), Mary (Foley) Keleher and my gg-grandmotehr Margaret Ann (Foley) Meade (b:May 15, 1863). Margaret Ann married John Morris Meade on December 27, 1891 in Galena Ill. and moved to Medina ND. John and Margaret Ann Meade had (8) children. If you can make a connection I'd like to hear from you..

CRUMMER, WATSON posted by Carolynn Buenger on Monday, March 15, 1999

I am looking for information about my grandfather, Edward WATSON. As a teen, he lived in Warren, IL with Dr. B.F. CRUMMER. His college records show that he graduated from Warren High School. He would have been in high school in the 1870's. His father, William WATSON, was a German immigrant and a tanner. We thought his father lived in the Des Moines, IA area but we can't confirm that. Any information anyone has on our WATSON or on Dr. CRUMMER would be greatly appreciated..

CRUMMER, WATSON posted by Carolynn Buenger on Monday, March 15, 1999

I am looking for information about my grandfather, Edward Watson. As a teen, he lived in Warren, IL with Dr. B.F. Crummer. His college records show that he graduated from Warren High School. He would have been in high school in the 1870's. His father, William Watson, was a German immigrant and a tanner. We thought his father lived in the Des Moines, IA area but we can't confirm that. Any information anyone has on our Watson or on Dr. Crummer would be greatly appreciated..

MCCUSKER posted by emmett Brooks on Tuesday, March 16, 1999

I am looking for information on my Grandfather's family. He was born in Jo Daviess Co., in 1856. His father was Patrick McCusker, born in Ireland came to the USA in1847. A brother John McCusker was born on the way over. He had a sister born in Lafeyette Co., Wisc. in 1850. Any information greatly appreciated. Thanks.

CARROLL, FARRELL, LYNCH, MCCARTHY, SLOWEY, TUCKER posted by Sharon Vaughan on Wednesday, March 17, 1999

Looking for ggrandparents Hugh SLOWEY and Johanna FARRELL. Johanna b.(c.1836 Canada West). Parents were Andrew and Mary FARRELL, listed as coming from Ireland in 1850 Census. Johanna had brothers James and Andrew (both served in 45th Infantry Company A in Civil War), William And Michael. Hugh SLOWEY had a daughter Catherine, listed in 1850 as living with a Barney MCCARTHY family in Woodland Township,Carroll County. She m. Michael LYNCH who d.1862 in the Civil War. Hugh and Johanna took out an unreturned marriage license on Aug.19,1852 from Mt.Carroll. They moved to Lyons,Ia., Clinton County somewhere around late 1850's. They had five children, Elizabeth, Peter b.1861, Andrew b.1867, Mary b.1865, William b.1867, and Mary Jane b.1870. She married twice, first to Thomas TUCKER, d.1895,and second to M.D.CARROLL and lived in Savanna. Any info on any of these families would be greatly appreciated..

BERKER, SCHECKER, WESTPHAL posted by Jo Anne Keeffer on Wednesday, March 17, 1999

I am looking for information on the family of August Westphal who was born about 1856. His parents were Christian WESTPHAL and Henriette BERKER. I have a newpaper clipping that says he married Mary SCHECKER in her parents' home in Elkport, Iowa, on July 29, 1880. The same article says they were to make their home in Hanover, Jo Daviess County, Illinois.

BELL, CONLEY, GARRETT, MANN, SANFT, WELLMAN, WILLIAMS posted by rollie bell on Friday, March 19, 1999

Am researching my family in Jo Daviess County,Ill.. They resided in GuilfordTownship 1830's thru 1890's. Would appreciate your help. (also see Dorothy Cline's postings).

CALDWELL, GINKINS, HUGHES posted by Ann Montgomery on Friday, March 19, 1999

I am searching for information regarding Ellen Caldwell and Hugh Richard Hughes who were married in Jo Daviess County, and their families. Samuel Caldwell and Nancy were the parents of Ellen. Richard Hughes and Mary Ginkins were the parents of Hugh Richard. Their son was Edward Franklin Hughes b. 1858. I am trying to get info to go back farther. The Hughes family I was told were prominent citizens. Any help would be appreciated. Ann.

DIXON, HAAS, RITZENHALER, WILSON posted by Mary E. Wilson on Saturday, March 20, 1999

Searching for decendants of Willis Ray Wilson, clergyman, born in 1880 in Nora, Jo Davies Co, Ill. His parents were Robert M. and Annie (Dixon) Wilson. Willis Ray Wilson md. Alma Haas on Dec 25, 1903 Alma died Feb 11, 1920. They had the following children Willis Ray, Jr.; Robert Paul Wilson and Donald Wilson , daughter Phyllis and Kathleen J.Wilson. I am looking for any decendants of the children. Have some valuable infomation for them. Contact Mary E. Wilson [email protected]

MORRILL, WILCOX posted by Bob Archibald on Saturday, March 20, 1999

Looking for information on John Morrill @ Mary E. Wilcox Morrill. They lived and are buried in Warren, Jo Davies Co. IL, John was born in Maine and Mary was born in 1832 NY. They married in 1852 in Grant county WI and had 3 children. If any one has information on the Wilcox line or Morrill line from Jo Davies Co. Il or Grant Co. WI please contact Me..

ASHMORE, FAIRCHILD posted by Sandra Beyer on Sunday, March 21, 1999

Query/message for Connie Fairchild: 25 legal size pages on Ashmore in section 23, Elizabeth Township, Jo Daviess County, from abt 1846 thru 1930's. Joseph Ashmore d. about 1868, had wife, Phebe, 4 sons, 1 daughter. I believe the Joseph S. Ashmore you mention is a son or grandson of this Joseph. Having difficulty replying to email address on your message, would you please email an alternate contact method..

CARSON, CONLEY posted by Dorothy Cline on Sunday, March 21, 1999

I am in search of information on the family of Robert and Eliza Carson who appear in the 1880 Guilford Township census. Carson, Robert -65 farmer b:Ireland as were both parents Eliza -61 wife keeping house b:NY parents b: Ire Ireland Rosemon-23 son laborer b: IL Maria -18 dau/law at home b: IL parents b: IL William-11 grandson at school b:IL parents b: IL John -6 mo grandson b:IL parents b:IL I am mainly searching for Maria. She is the daughter of William and Elizabeth (Bell) Conley of Guilford Township. I would like to know if Rosemon died or if they were divorced. She appears again in her sisters 1937 obiturary as being in Cuna, Idaho as Maria Murphy. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

EATON, HANNA, RITENOUR, VANDERHEYDEN posted by Rose Anne Jones on Monday, March 22, 1999

Looking for info regarding father & son: Daniel Eaton (1803-??) or Amos Eaton (1838-1904) who moved to Pleasant Valley in 185? from Oswego NY..

EATON, HANNA, RITENOUR, VANDERHEYDEN posted by Rose Anne Jones on Monday, March 22, 1999

Daniel Eaton (1803-1873) & Son -- Amos Eaton (1838-1904) moved to Pleasant Valley, Jo Daviess County in 185?? from Oswego NY. Amos & first wife (Flora Bruce) had 7 children (including my grandfather-Edward Eaton). After her death, he married Emma Black Keller & had 2 more children. Any information would be appreciated..

EATON posted by Rose Anne Jones on Monday, March 22, 1999

Looking for info regarding father & son: Daniel EATON (1803-??) or Amos Eaton (1838-1904) who moved to Pleasant Valley in 185? from Oswego NY..

DOYLE, MURRAY, SHERIDAN posted by Nora Stafford on Friday, March 26, 1999

I am seeking information on the William Sheridan family of Menominee, Illinois. Their homestead was located about a mile from Menominee, Illinois and 1/4 mile from the Wisconsin border, specifically by Sinsinawa, Wisconsin. My Great, Grandmother was Imelda Sheridan who was the daughter of William Sheridan. She was born in February 1859. She married Garret DOYLE of Hazel Green, Wisconsin sometime prior to 1888. I would greatly appreciate any information that anyone could help me with.

SHAY, WHEELDIN posted by Betty Brooks on Saturday, March 27, 1999

Mrs. Wheeldin of Galena, IL attended the funeral of her brother, Phillip Shay, in 1921 at Mexico,MO. Is this Elizabeth Shay- in St.Louis at age 5,orphan, living in convent, born in Ireland, with younger sister Catherine Shay age 3, born in Ireland, Phillip Shay aged 7 orphan,living next door. Jo Davies marriage records- 1855-1865 show a Wheeldin, John and Shade, Elizabeth. I believe this to SHAY. If this is the correct Elizabeth, who did she live with in Jo Daviess Co. Was Dennis Shay a relative?? Need any information about this family possible? Also need medical history.

HARRISON posted by David Clark on Sunday, March 28, 1999

I am interested in information about George W. HARRISON. I am working on my Masterís thesis, which has to do with people who worked as surveyors for the General Land Office during the years 1837-1841. Harrison was a resident of Jo Daviess county (presumably Galena) at the time that he worked as a surveyor. He also served as state senator for that portion of Illinois from 1838-1845. I am hoping to find the following information: year and place of birth; year of arrival in Illinois; what other work he did; year and place of death; and where buried. What I would consider a goldmine is if I locate a descendent who may be in possession of letters written by him which refer to his work as a surveyor. In return, I would be happy to share any information I have gathered so far on him, and can send along photocopies from the field notes he kept as surveyor (available on microfilm at the Illinois State Archives). .

WASHBURN posted by Jeanette Gagnon on Sunday, March 28, 1999

Elihu Benjamin Washburn moved to Galena, Ill in 1840, then moved away for political career. Finally settled in Chicago, where he died on Oct. 23, 1887. He is buried at the Greenwood Cemetery in Galena, Illinois. I am looking for an obituary or any family he had at all, wife or children..

PELLEYMOUNTER posted by Brian Burt on Sunday, March 28, 1999

Looking for information on Nicholas Pelleymounter and his family. He originally came from England and was living in Guilford Township, Jo Daviess County in the 1860 census. His wife's name was Caroline, and their known children were: Catherine, Mary, Marsha, Robert and John. They eventually moved to Buchanan County, Iowa later in the 1860s. Robert eventually moved to Kossuth County, Iowa, where lived until 1920.

HARRISON posted by David Clark on Sunday, March 28, 1999

I am interested in information about George W. HARRISON. I am working on my Masterís thesis, which has to do with people who worked as surveyors for the General Land Office during the years 1837-1841. Harrison was a resident of Jo Daviess county (presumably Galena) at the time that he worked as a surveyor. He also served as state senator for that portion of Illinois from 1838-1845. I am hoping to find the following information: year and place of birth; year of arrival in Illinois; what other work he did; year and place of death; and where buried. What I would consider a goldmine is if I locate a descendent who may be in possession of letters written by him which refer to his work as a surveyor. In return, I would be happy to share any information I have gathered so far on him, and can send along photocopies from the field notes he kept as surveyor (available on microfilm at the Illinois State Archives).

HETZELL, SCHIEFFER, SCHUNDER, STIERMAN, STIERMANN posted by Ed Scharfenberger on Sunday, March 28, 1999

Ferdinand Stiermann (b. December 26, 1871 in Galena IL) and Mary Magdalen Schunder -- my great-grandparents -- married on May 10, 1882 in Jo Daviess County (St. Mary's R.C. Church, Galena IL. Ferdinand's father, Theodore, was born someplace in Germany and died in Dubuque IA (abt 1933). Mary Magdalen Schunder's parents, John Schunder and Barbara Schieffer, were born in Pennsylvania, but she was born in Galena. I would like to know where the Stiermann and Schunder families came from in Germany -- and when..

PELLEYMOUNTER posted by Brian Burt on Sunday, March 28, 1999

Looking for information on Nicholas Pelleymounter and his family. He originally came from England and was living in Guilford Township, Jo Daviess County in the 1860 census. His wife's name was Caroline, and their known children were: Catherine, Mary, Marsha, Robert and John. They eventually moved to Buchanan County, Iowa later in the 1860s. Robert eventually moved to Kossuth County, Iowa, where lived until 1920.

LENNEVILLE posted by Bob Lenneville on Tuesday, March 30, 1999

Searching for Moses Lenneville, married in East Dubuque, IL June 12, 1868. His son Joseph G. Lenneville was born in East Dubuque, IL March 21, 1869. Need to find the birthplace of Moses Lenneville, born April 13, 1832 in Canada. Reply to [email protected] .


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