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Iowa has a rockin' state census. The 1925 census is a dream for genealogists, with questions on parents, religion, education, marriage, for every member of the household. Let's see how we can help work through though tough Iowa research problems.

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Jefferson & Van Buren Counties: Jones, Hoskins, Smith, Ream 12 Replies

Started by Gina Poremba Peterson. Last reply by Gina Poremba Peterson Sep 4, 2010.

Benton County / Tama County

Started by Lynnette McMahon Aug 9, 2010.

anstey

Started by john armstrong Aug 9, 2010.

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Comment by Marcy Belles on April 9, 2013 at 8:36pm

Anyone researching Kludt-Reisner family from Fayette County?  Moved from Wisconsin.  Prior to that, Germany & Bavaria.

Comment by Roger Newman on April 9, 2013 at 10:24am

Anyone researching the Anderson-Hunnell family from around Jasper, Polk, Warren counties? 

Comment by Theresa Liewer on October 18, 2010 at 1:47pm
The naturalization records in the Shelby county courthouse have been filmed and are available through the Family History Library in Salt Lake and the State Historical Library in Des Moines. I checked the online list and the records for Shelby County don't start until 1879. That may mean they truly didn't start until then or the earlier ones were intermingled with other court records or the earlu records have been lost. If he really was naturalized in 1870, the information on the records is generally pretty sparse.
Comment by Connie Underwood on October 18, 2010 at 12:59pm
Rottenfalf thank you so much for the tip on where to look for the info.
Connie
Comment by myappolonia101 on October 14, 2010 at 10:41pm
I have a class picture from Roosevelt High, January 1937 in Des Moines, if anyone knows a relative from then. My mother is in it.
Comment by rottenralf on October 14, 2010 at 7:43pm
Connie - Have you checked with the Danish Genealogical Library in Elk Horn, IA? Not only do they specialize in Danish genealogy but they happen to be located in Shelby County.
Comment by Connie Underwood on October 14, 2010 at 7:12pm
Hello
I am trying to locate the naturalization records for my gg grandfather who came to America from Denmark. Says naturalized in 1870 so he might of still been in Iowa before moving to Nebraska. His name was John Hollander, and his father was Hans Hollander. They were in Shelby county if that helps any. Thanks for any tips
Connie
Comment by Pete Val on September 15, 2010 at 6:03pm
If any one can help with information on the Caufield family in Clare, Webster Co., Iowa. Patrick Caufield married Maggie (Troy?) and had 5 children. The oldest daughter was Mae born in late 1870's to early 1880's. Lauretta was one of the last children and Maggie, her mother, died somewhere after her birth. Lauretta was born in the mid 1880's. Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks, Pete
Comment by Al Hibbard on September 15, 2010 at 3:30pm
What collection are you looking at when at the historical building? I have been less than impressed. When I compare what is at the MN historical building, it is night and day both in terms of content but facilities (hand crank versus motorized microfilm readers, comes to mind). Perhaps I am missing something. Could you please more specific about the collections that you found wonderful? I would like to check them out. Thanks.
Comment by Laura Schnabel on September 15, 2010 at 7:07am
Anyone searching for ancestors in Iowa must see the collections at the Historical building in Des Moines. It is wonderful.
 

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