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Margo Crawford January 4, 2002
S. P. Cook and Susan Day Bell Cook lived in Hopkinton, IA from aprx. 1860 - 1870 aprx.  My grgrandfather was born in Hopkinton in December of 1865.  There are 4 siblings buried in the Hopkinton Cemetery.  We know part of the family left in the late 1860s or early 1870s.  I am trying to find out S. P.s actual name.  So far all I have found is cemetery records for the children Ella, John, Stella and Clara.   All references to S. P. Cook only use the initials.  I know he owned a farm there as he is listed on the plat map I think the year I saw was 1864.  I do not know if he left IA or not.  My gr-grandfather's name was Arthur Bell Cook. The Bell family seems to have settled in the Iowa City area so I figure S. P. and Susan moved to Hopkinton after marrying but this is only an assumption.  Are there any records that would show his first and middle names?  Any information on this family would be greatly appreciated.


Barb Beede January 30, 2002
I am looking for a Joseph BROWN, wife Mary, who lived in Milo Twp, Delaware Co, IA. on the 1895 census, he is 73, born in Tennessee. Mary is 64, b. in Pennsylvania. In 1885, Joseph is in Twp 88, Rg 5, SEc 27, SE, NW, SE. He is 62, and Mary is 52, and a son Walter is 20 or 30, b. in Illinois.  Do you know anyone researching this family? Thanks



Alice Allen February 5, 2002
Researching the MILLETT's of Delaware County.  Martin MILLETT (1809-1879), his wife Hannah (1816-1887), and Caleb G. MILLETT (1810-1887).  Martin may be my 3gg grandfather's brother, but this is not proven yet.  Hannah,
according to Martin's obituary, was a MILLETT by birth.  If this is so, could Caleb have been her brother?  All were in Lenawee Co. MI in 1840, Hannah & children were in Jo Daviess Co. IL in 1850 while Martin, and possibly Caleb, were off to the CA Gold Rush.  Not sure when they arrived in Iowa, haven't located them on an 1860 or 1870 census yet.  Widowed Hannah is living with one of her children (Rufus) in Delaware Co. in 1880, as is Caleb, his wife, and one daughter.


Julie Sandland February 9, 2002
I have the following query that I would like you to post.
ELLIS, Jabez Stephen ca. 1826-1887.  I am looking for any information on this man.  He was born in Saratoga, NY and married in 1867 to Susannah Carter in Dubuque.  They settled in Delaware County together (Elk Township and Greeley) and Jabez died in 1887.  Any info. would be greatly appreciated - thank you.


Stan Morgan February 17, 2002
PATRICK MORGAN, wife, MARY ANN McGUIRE, and children JOSEPH JAMES MORGAN, FRANKLIN BERNARD MORGAN, and MARIETTA MORGAN who married on 11-28-1876 to Thompson A. Comstock in Hazel Green, Delaware Co., Iowa, and descendents.  
Patrick Morgan was born 3-1882 in Dublin, Ireland, and came to America possibly at age 19 (1841) or possibly slightly later, and came separately or together with Mary Ann McGuire.
Mary Ann McGuire, b possibly about 1820-22, possibly on an island in a river in Ireland, came to America possibly at age 19 (about 1841); do not yet know port of entry.
Patrick and Mary Ann are presumed to be married by 1850, because the first child, Joseph James, was born 12-12-1850 possibly in Wheaton, Illinois (now suburb of Chicago I think).  Joseph is my great grandfather.
The 1850 US Census has a Patrick Morgan, age 22, POB Ireland, in Dubuque Co., Iowa, Dist. #7.
Second child was Marietta Morgan, born about 1853 in Iowa. 
The third child was Franklin Bernard Morgan, born 11-15-1855 in Epworth, Debuque Co., Iowa.
An internet search of Iowa cemeteries found Patrick Morgan, DOB 1822, DOD 9-9-1877, buried in St. Johns cemetery, Delhi, Iowa.
The 1860 Census, Dubuque Co., Taylor Twp, P. O. Epworth, info:  Patrick, age 39, POB Ireland; Mary Morgan, age 40, POB Ireland; Joseph, age 9, POB Illinois; Marietta, age 7, POB Iowa, and Bernard, age 4, POB Iowa.   The 1870 census, Delaware Co., Hazel Green Twp, Iowa: Patrick Morgan, age 50, Mary A., age 50, Joseph J., age 19, Marcella, age 15 (possibly Marietta misspelled), Bernard F., age 14.  
Patrick lived with his wife in Illinois, Hopkinton and Farley, Iowa, and had several occupations, including well digger  A well caved in on him, he was dug out, but died shortly afterwords on 9-9-1877, and buried at St. Johns cemetery, Delhi, Iowa.  Mary Ann McGuire died  1-29-1894, trapped in a house fire in Farley, Iowa and is probably buried at St. John cemetery, Delhi, Iowa.
Franklin Bernard Morgan married on 8-26-1882 to Katherine Elizabeth Lester in Dubuque Co., Iowa.  They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in Waterloo, Iowa.  On the Iowa Death Certificate for Franklin, it shows he resided at 219 Leonard, Waterloo, Blackhawk Co., Twp East Waterloo, that he died 8-14-1933 and is buried on 8-16-1933 in the Farley Catholic Cemetery, Farley, Iowa.
Franklin and Katherine had 15 children:
John Gertrude, DOB  12-12-1888, Farley, Iowa Edmund Joseph Anges Anne, DOB 10-10-1898, Farley, Iowa    m Elmer Toap in Waterloo, Iowa. Frank Kathryn Bernice DOB 8-18-1900, Farley, Iowa,    m  Gordon Lemper on 7-24-1900 Council Bluffs, Iowa Mary Cecilia William Patrick, DOB 3-20-1902, Farley, Iowa,     m no date to Martha Harp in Waterloo     DOD 9-23-1961. Daisy, DOB 1-4-1906, m no date to Clinton Linsey, DOD 5-2-1995. Lola Marie, DOB  3-22-1904, Farley, Iowa,     m no date at Waterloo to Herbert Webber; Louis Harold, DOB 4-2-1909, Farley, Iowa,      DOD  5-17-1990, loc unknown.   Marietta Morgan married Thompson Comstock on 11-28-1879 at Hazel Green, Delaware Co., Iowa.  (Thompson's middle initial may be "A" but census record has it as "M").  Need info on family and descendents.
Joseph James Morgan, DOB 12-12-1850 possibly at Wheaton, Illinois,  married Martha Rosella Stevens on 12-3-1873 in Jackson Co., Iowa (Martha DOB 3-14-1855 in Ohio).  They had 12 children, some in Iowa and some in Nebraska.  They moved to Delaware Co., from ? Jackson Co., date of move unknown but between 1874 and 1884.  Joseph, Martha and family moved in 1884 to Gosper Co., Nebraska, Elwood county seat, as farmers.
Children of Jospeh and Martha:
Frank Artimus Morgan, DOB 10-6-1874, Jackson Co., Iowa, went to Nebr in 1884, as farmer and other jobs.  As railroad worker went to Morgan, Bosque Co., Texas, met Lucy Ann Harris, married her on 1-9-1901 in Meridian, Bosque Co., Texas, and returned to Nebraska as farmers.  Frank DOD 2-4-1945, buried Elwood NE cemetery; Lucy DOD 2-3-1949, also bur at Elwood NE cemetery.
James Albert, DOB 9-24-1876, Delaware Co., Iowa; Joseph Morgan, DOB 113-0-1878, Iowa; Edward Patrick, DOB 11-01-1880, Delaware Co., Iowa; DOD 7-17-1959, Elwood NE cemetery; Willie, infant son died at birth 2-3-1883 ?, Elwood, NE, buried Elwood NE cemetery; Daisy Ann Morgn, DOB 3-18-1884, Delaware Co, Iowa, buried Elwood NE cemetery; William, DOB 1-20-1887, Elwood NE, buried Elwood cemetery; Lillie Pearl, DOB 5-12-1889, Elwood, NE; Harry, DOB 9-28-1891, Elwood, NE, buried Elwood, NE cemetery; Harvey Jonas, DOB 5-17-1896, DOD 10-8-1918 KIA France WW1; Delbert Ray, DOB 3-22-1898, DOD 12-3-1990, Elwood NE cemetery;  
1880 Census, Delaware Co., Hazel Green Twp, Iowa: Comstock, Thompson M. Comstock, age 27, Farmer, POB Penn., POB of father Iowa; POB of mother Iowa; Comstock, Maryett, age 25, wife, POB Iowa, POB father Iowa (an error, it is Ireland), POB of mother Ireland;  (maryett is presumed to be Marietta miss-spelled). William Comstock, age 2, son, POB Iowa, POB of father and mother Ireland ?; Morgan, Frank, age 22, M, W, place of Birth Illinois, POB of parent Ireland; 1880 Census (need to get location) Morgan, Mary, age 57, POB of mother Ireland; Morgan, Frank, age 23, son, quarryman, POB Iowa, POB of father Ireland; 1885 census - Iowa State Census, Dubuque Co., Farley: Mary Morgan, age 60, F, W, housekeeper, POB of parents Ireland.  


[email protected] February 19, 2002
My great grandfather came to Delhi about 1850. His name was James BARKER (Mason) and he married Elizabeth BULLIS 1854. My grandfather, Austin Perry BARKER, was born there 1855. James left for the civil war and so did Elizabeth's father Gideon BULLIS. Can anyone shed any light on this family for me?


Nancy Hernandez February 19, 2002
My research is for the HARRINGTON and WASHBURN surnames along with many others. At this time I am tracing information on Angeline HARRINGTON WASHBURN who died in North Fork Twp 1862 and is buried in Spring Branch Cemetery in Milio Twp. Her husbands name was Cyrus Washburn and he was in the Iowa Infantry during the Civil War. At least two of their children were born there, the youngest having been born in 1855. 



Jim Shapley February 21, 2002
Trying to find info on James CREGO. Wife was Julia SHAPLEY CREGO and they show in the 1870 census for Delhi but nothing after that.  They may have moved to Buchanon County but I am not sure.  In Delhi he was listed as a deputy sheriff.


Pat March 21, 2002
I am searching for info on my grandfather Daniel L FUNK  He was married to Sarah Anne HOLLIS ---6-May-1879 ---- Then he married my Grandmother Flora Maple  in Cushing Iowa. If you have any info I would sure appreciate hearing from you .


Arlene (Hatfield) Dubuc March 22, 2002
Samuel ELLISON, my gr great grandfather settled in Hazel Green Twp sometime before 1860.  He arrived there with his mother, Abigail Payne ELLISON, & his sisters & younger brother.  Another brother Michael ELLISON was already there.  His sisters married into the Danford, Dutton & Wilson families.  His three sisters lived there through their lives.  Samuel married & moved on to Green Co. Ia after 1880.  Abigail, Michael & other family members are buried at Buck Creek Cem. No further info on the younger brother Benjamin has been found. 


Lory Box March 26, 2002
Seeking information on the BOX family. Emory Jay BOX, born 29 Dec 1875. His father William BOX born 1823 In England, His wife Lottie Langsworthy also from England. May have been part of the Amana Colony. from Delaware County. 


Ron Merritt April 12, 2002
I am interested in genealogy research of the Culbertson and Merritt families at Edgewood, Delaware County, Iowa. 


Douglas Toms April 15, 2002
I am Looking for information on the TOMS Family my dads name was Harry and his father was Guy Any thing that any one can come up with would be helpful. 


Jeff Lockwood April 16, 2002
I am researching Austin BOWMAN, husband of Elizabeth (Mason) BOWMAN.  Both are buried in Ever Green cemetery in Delhi.  Austin was born in January 1833 and Elizabeth was born November 2, 1835.  Any information would be


Ron Merritt April 19, 2002
I have been trying for a long time to accurately determine who were the parents of John Harrison CULBERTSON, born 1823 in Pennsylvania. His date of death is Dec 28,1875 (I assume that he died in Crawford County, Iowa/Delaware County, Iowa but don't know that for a fact). He is buried at the Strawberry Point Cemetery, Clayton County, Iowa. He married Polly Jane MERRITT in Crawford County, Penn, and to the best of my knowledge, they moved West to Clayton County, Iowa in the mid 1860s (my great grandfather Morris Merritt recorded first visiting them in Iowa in 1870 on a visit he made from Chautauqua County, NY). Polly Jane Merritt was born December 8, 1827 in Chautauqua County, NY and died August 31, 1907. She is also buried at the Strawberry Point Cemetery.
Dr. Lewis Culbertson's book has recorded the John Harrison CULBERTSON whom I am researching as a son of John (b. 1762) and Isabella CULBERTSON. I believe this is incorrect. Instead, my guess has been the son of John and Isabella CULBERTSON was a John born in 1801 and married to Letty McFate. Dr. CULBERTSON's book also listed nine children for John Harrison and Polly Jane CULBERTSON. Although I have extensively researched their descendants in Iowa and Minnesota, I have not been able to confirm all nine children.
Lastly, there is an Elizabeth CULBERTSON (1792-1877) buried at the Strawberry Point Cemetery. Since there are no other CULBERTSON's buried at Strawberry Point other than those descended from John and Polly CULBERTSON, my theory is that perhaps Elizabeth CULBERTSON was John Harrison CULBERTSON's mother and that she moved to Iowa as a widow to be with her son's family.
I welcome anyone's comments on who might be the parents of John Harrison CULBERTSON.


Marilyn Freeman April 28, 2002
I need information on Jason SIMMONS b. 1791 NY and wife Hester or Esther b. 1801 PA they came to Colony Township, Delaware Co., IA P. O. Colesburg on the 1860 Census.  They had daughters Mary and Eliza plus others.  Their daughter Sarah Esther SIMMONS m. Richard M. WILSON in Butler Co., OH. and both families came to Iowa before the 1860 Census.  Richard and Sarah WILSON settled in Millville Township, Clayton Co., IA.  Any information on these families is greatly appreciated.   


Laurie Walters May 1, 2002
I am  seeking information on Garfield SLAUSON (my great uncle) who was born around 1870-1880 in Hopkinton Iowa he died Sept. 2 1918 in France    Any other information or where to look for information would be very much appreciated.


Vicki Lux June 19, 2002
I am looking for any information on Mathias LUX. DOB 12-24-1849 in Stuttgart, Germany. He married Alice Mae DUNLAP on 3-1-1874 in Delaware County, Hopkinton, Iowa. His residence was Union Twp., Del. Co., IA. His occupation was laborer. I heard that he came to America with two brothers and am also looking for them. Do you know anyone researching this family? Thank You



Nancy Long  June 27, 2002
I am looking for any information on the following person:

  • Albert T. SCHULTZ
  • Born 2/2/1880 in Wisconsin
  • Lived in Nashua, Chickasaw County.
  • Died in Manchester, Iowa, but I do not have the date.

A copy of the obituary would be great.  Any help will be greatly appreciated.   Thanks.


Pat Walgamott July 4, 2002
Looking for any information on A. R. Grant and wife Catherine MILLER  Grant and family living in Manchester City, Delaware Co. Iowa in 1920 Census.  He a minister. Had listed 5 children: Joyce A, 23 yrs; Evelyn, 19 yrs; Milton E, 16 yrs; Lois, 14 yrs; Helen D. 11 yrs.
Most anxious to find as they are related through MILLERS of Wisconsin.  Catherine the daughter of Edward  and Mary HONEYWELL MILLER.  Most appreciative of any information available.  I believe he would have been a Methodist Minister.  Thank you.


Valerie Johnston July 5, 2002
Am researching KELLOGG'S and have found some of ours on the IA census.  Can you tell me where to find out if they applied for citizenship  in IA?  I am looking for Ira KELLOGG and his sons George Henry KELLOGG and James Monroe KELLOGG.  They were all born in Canada and were in IA on the 1870 and 1880 census.  I think by 1890 they had moved to Dakota Territory, but I cannot find them on the census there.  I am not sure if they got there citizenship papers in IA or Dakota.  Also, how do you find out if they had any land claims or purchases in  IA.  For Dakota they told me to contact the BLM office in Miles City MT, but they do not have records for IA.  Thanks for any help. 


John McGuire July 6, 2002
I am looking for information about the McGUIRE family from Delhi.  My father and perhaps grandfather (both John) were born there.  What local resources (county records, church and cemetary records) are available for the late 1800's and early 1900's?  Are there any on-line records that cover Delaware county?  I seem to recall my father having trouble getting a passport because some records were destroyed in a fire.  If that is true, were all the records destroyed?  Any information anyone can provide is appreciated.


Tammi Lisius (Sutton) July 7, 2002
I am trying to find information on the SUTTON Family of Milo Township, and was wondering if you have any further information.   I found J. (John) Sutton on the 1869 plat map, this gentleman is my great-grandfather. We have records in our family that also show A Samuel Sutton moved to Milo county with John. It says they both owned 80 acres. Samuel Was John's brother.   I am aslo wondering if there is anyway to get a copy of the plat map. This is my Grandfathers homestead. He was born in 1909, and is still with us today. I think he would really enjoy it.   I would sure appreciate any information.    


Linda Houghtby July 10, 2002
I am searching in Delaware and Buchanon County for my ancestors, the YONDA name.   Vincel and his wife Rosa, then Vincel  (Vincil) Jr. and his wife Carrie (Caroline) Newton.  I am having difficulty finding who Carrie's parents were.  I think they're  buried in St. Albert's in Manchester.  Any help would be appreciated.
My story is somewhat unusual, I was adopted as an infant and these people I am searching are my birth ancestors.  I feel very lucky,. I met my birth Mother and her other kids in 1968, now I am tracing the rest of them back as far as I can.  I have six grown children and 10 grandchildren who are also affected. 
Thanks for this opportunity, write to me sometime, I would enjoy hearing from you. Anyone who is interested in geneology will understand an adult adoptee's need to know.
An interesting note:  my birth parents were both widowed before my birth, he was 51 and she was 44 when I was born, so my first generation goes back to 1895.  It's most unusual!!


Carol Evans August 3, 2002
I am looking for an obituary for John Wesley McVAY, long time resident of Delaware co. died Manchester in 1913--do you have access to Manchester newspapers of that time?  


Colleen Galbreth August 16, 2002
I am STILL looking for any information on the siblings of my grandfather William Henry Miller who died in Minnesota on October 24, 1928.  He was born in Cascade Iowa November 6, 1872.  In his obituary in 1928 it stated that he had four brothers living in Hopkinton, a sister in Monticello, and a sister in Blaine, Washington.  It does not list their names. The obituary also does not list the names of his parents. But in his wife Julia's (O'Meara) journal it lists on the father's family tree page "William & Ellen Miller" and then underneath that is lists " William Henry, Mary Ellen, Emmett, Edward Clara, Julia, Vincent, and Albert" in that order. In the column next to that titled "Grandparents" it lists "Mr. and Mrs. Stanton" so I am wondering if this is the name of Ellen's parents. I would treasure anything anyone may be able to help me with on this family.  Thank you so much.



Richard August 20, 2002
I am Looking for Cemetary Transcriptions of Cemetarys in Hopkington, Iowa, and am Searching for a Robert Lee McLAUD who was Purportedly Drowned at age 6 or 16 and Buried there.  He was Born in Linn County on April 14,1944, and His Death may have occurred either in 1951 or 1961.He was Givenup for adoption at age Circa 1,and was Given over to a "SISTER" (Unknown) of one "Mae Huggins".  If I have correctly found "Mae Huggins", she has Been Found Deceased and Buried in The Campbell Cemetary, in Linn County.  "Mae" was Once The Wife of one George W Huggins.  I believe That she may have then married one Thomas C Stoneking, who is ALSO buried in The Campbell Cemetary.  Roberts Name may well have been changed to HUGGINS, and may have or may NOT have been Legally Adopted.  There are NO social Security Records for him or Death Records for him in Linn County.  I am Robert Lees Cousin and Cousin to his Actual Brother That has been trying to find his Gravesite for over 40 Years.  The Natural Mother HAS been Found, One other Natural Brother, and Two other Half Brothers.  Desperately Seeking further Information on Robert Lee.
Any Information on Robert Lee McLaud/Huggins/Stoneking would be Greatfully
Appreciated or any Burials of Living Members of Said Familys.



Melissa (Loughlin) Williamson August 21, 2002
I have been told that my Great Grandfather, Alexander George ALCOCK lived in Delaware County and manufactured the ALCOCK Brick in the late 1850's and
that there is a write up about these bricks in a book or brochure about
historical accounts for Delaware.  My question or search is to get a copy of
this write up.  Can you or anyone else lead me to the source and if so how
to get a copy of it.



C. J. Jeffries September 9, 2002
Looking for info on Lewis Ford b 1823 d 1890 and wife Francis B. Ford  1821 - 1913.  Both are buried in cemetary in Colony?


Constance Combs September 10, 2002
Seeking any information on children of Samuel S. COMBS and Mary Pinkley COMBS who came to Delaware County, IA (from Jones Co. IA, IL, IN) by 1860:
James Wilson COMBS (b. 14 January, 1847 IN.)
Sarah A. or E. COMBS (b. 16 June, 1850 Clay Co. IN.)  She may have married a successful Dodd and moved out west from Delaware County, IA to perhaps Oregon or Washington state.
Job A. or W. COMBS (b.7 May, 1852 IL.)  He and wife Alice (b.1860 IA) with dau. Gertrude Combs (age 2) and nephew Bertram Combs (age 8) in 1880 Delaware Co., IA Census.
Alice R. COMBS (b. 1855 IL)
Minnie F. COMBS ( b. 1864 IA)
William COMBS (b. 1869 IA)  Note:  Not sure if Mary Pinkley COMBS is his mother as she might have died the same year he was born.
Would love to connect with any descendants of these individuals!


Carolyn Older Salk September 10, 2002
Looking for Fannie Rozina REYNOLDS, daughter of Mercy Campbell REYNOLDS and Wesley W. REYNOLDS, born about 1848 in Manchester, Delaware County. At age 16 married Emory Older in Minnesota. At time of marriage living with guardians. Any information appreciated. 


Curt Gronner September 17, 2002
Am seeking information re:  Thomas WILLSON, 'WILSON',  b. 1829, Scotland, who appears on the Delaware co., Iowa 1880 census p. 497B.  If he is the person I'm seeking I have ancestry/siblings.  He was a minister, 'farmer' on the census.  Obituary, other census, residence, family, whatever??   Thank you, 


Anna Whitehorne September 18, 2002
I am looking for any information on my great great grampa and Grama Peter McKITTRICK and Rose THORNTON who immigrated to Iowa from County Monaghan, Ireland and supposedly settled in Prairie Township, Adams, Iowa (Delaware County?). They brought their six children with them, one of whom was my great grampa Patrick McKITTRICK and he married Mary Woods (at St. Patrick's in Buchanan, Iowa) Mary Woods was from Coggin, Iowa. He and Mary then moved to South Dakota near Garretson and had five children, Owen, Thomas, Rose, Mary and Patrick (my grandpa.) Any information you can give me on Peter and Rose and Patrick and Mary would be greatly appreciated. 



Vern Porter September 19, 2002
Looking for family members of the Leslie Porter, Myron PORTER [My grandfather], Harry S PORTER and Luella PORTER who married Leonard CLOW in Nov 9 1901. Any information would be helpful.        



Jan Root September 22, 2002
I'm looking for information about Caesar PAGE who celebrated his 100th birthday in Worthington, Iowa on January 12,1914.  


Ruth Gantenbein  September 24, 2002
Looking for obituaries on these two if available:
John BECKNER died March 29, 1887
Susanna Sauers BECKNER died August 31, 1905
They lived in the Greeley area in Delaware County.   


Allan Williams November 9, 2002
I am looking for any information concerning Henry Stanley and Rebecca Jane PARSONS. They lived in or near Colesburg, Delaware County in the late 1860's. They moved to Nebraska in the early 1870's. They had three children in Colesburg. Perry Jacob (b. 12 Mar 1867), Carrie Jane (b. 16 Aug 1868), and Anna Bell (b. )3 Jun 1870).   Thanks.



James Weaver November 10, 2002
I am looking for information on William J. WEAVER M.D. who resided in
Rockville, IA. according to his death notice which appeared in the 11th of
October 1849 edition of the Clermont Courier, a newspaper from his hometown
of Clermont Co. Ohio



[email protected] November 24, 2002
I am interested in locating an obit for  Sarah Jane Webster (STINE) BUTLER.  Sarah died  8 May 1911 and was living in Hopkinton at that time.  She was buried in Jones Co., Scotch Grove Cemetery, next to her first husband Thomas STINE.  After Thomas died in 1892 in Jones Co. Sarah married Frank BUTLER and they lived in the Jones Co./Delaware Co. area until her death.  Any info about Sarah or Frank BUTLER will be appreciated.


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