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  1. bare67deb@aol.com ("From History of Scott County, Iowa 1882 Chicago: Interstate Publishing)
  2. These cemetery records represent four of nearly eighty counties that were transcribed by the Works Project Administration, Graves Registration Project and is the beginning of a vast collection of data for individuals searching for ancestral ties in Iowa.
    Muscatine County, Iowa located on the eastern edge of Iowa, bordering Illinois was created in 1836 from Des Moines County.
    Lee County, Iowa was formed in 1836 from its parent county of Des Moines.
    Van Buren County, Iowa located on the southeastern edge of Iowa, bordering Missouri was created in 1836 from Des Moines County.
    Davis County, Iowa located on the southeastern edge of Iowa, bordering Missouri.
    (Works Project Administration. Graves Registration Project. Cemeteries in Muscatine County; Cemeteries in Lee County; Cemeteries in Van Buren County Cemeteries in Davis County. Washington, D.C.:n.p)
  3. 1870 IA Census
  4. 1850 NY Census
  5. 1880 IA Census
  6. 1930 Oregon
  7. A.T. Andreas, Patrons of the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Iowa 1875 by A.T. Andreas-City of Davenport

  8. Roster & Record IA Soldiers War of Rebellio
  9. Civil War Research Database
  10. Scott Co, Iowa 1892, Scott County Farm Directory
  11. Scott Co, Iowa Civil War enlistments 2nd IA Cavalr
  12. http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.htm
  13. son's death certificate
  14. WWI Draft Registration
  15. 1920 OR Census
  16. 1905 Klamath Falls Business Directory, Klamath County, Oregon
  17. 1925 Klamath Falls Telephone Directory
  18. 1900 CA Census
  19. 1910 CA Census
  20. 1850 Pa Census
  21. sdspence@impop.bellatlantic.net
  22. Gene Pool Individual Records - Births
  23. 1905 1929 California Deaths
  24. Publication Number:
    T289
    Publication Title:
    Organization Index to Pension Files of Veterans Who Served Between 1861 and 1900.
  25. Alexander, William L. List of Ex-Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, Living in Iowa. Des Moines: G.E. Rorerts, state printer, 1886
  26. 1900 NY Census
  27. 1920 NY Census
  28. 1900 IA Census
  29. 1930 CA census
  30. 1910 IA Census
  31. CA Death Records 1940 thru 1997
  32. 1920 CA Census
  33. 1930 1939 California Death index
  34. California Voter Registration, Los Angeles 1922
  35. Ibid.
  36. Ibid.
  37. Ibid.
  38. Ibid.
  39. Ibid.
  40. Ibid.
  41. Find A Grave
    http://www.findagrave.com
  42. 1886 city directory, Davenport, Scott, IA
  43. California Voter Registration, Los Angeles 1936
  44. Ibid.
  45. 1920 AZ Census
  46. 1930 AZ Census
  47. Death Certificate
  48. Des Moines, Iowa Directory, 1889-91
  49. Arizona Directory Company, comp. Phoenix City and Salt River Valley Directory 1923. Los Angeles: Arizona Directory Co., 1923
  50. Death Certificate, AZ 148
  51. Husbands Death Certificate
  52. Marriage License Application, Chicago Daily Tribune 5 Dec 1901
  53. obituary
    , 12/5/1965 Arizona Republic
  54. Grave Records
  55. Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company A. G. Goehring, Manager
  56. Originally a haven for fur traders, Oregon became the thirty-third state in 1859. This database is a collection of individuals who died in the state during the years 1903 through 1970. Researchers will find information including the deceased's name, the place and date of death, the certificate number, the age at death, and possibly information concerning a spouse (State of Oregon. Oregon Death Index, 1903-70. Salem, Oregon: Filmed by the Oregon State Archives and Records Center, [1970-])
  57. Todd Kepple, Located in Klamath Falls, Oregon, Linkville Cemetery is among the oldest burial
    grounds in Klamath County. It is situated on the hill north of Klamath Union High
    School and adjoins the original I.O.O.F. Cemetery which is included in this
    publication. The cemetery is fenced and well tended by the cemetery district. It is a
    pleasant cemetery with numerous trees and shrubs lining the numerous plots. Some
    cedars have become so large as to obscure the graves which they have marked. The
    Linkville Cemetery Association acquired the twenty (20) acres of land comprising the
    cemetery from B.F. Crouch and his wife, E.J. Crouch on August 1, 1885. Mr. Crouch
    sold the land for the sum of Forty Dollars. The deed, recorded in Deed Book Vol. 2,
    page 360, - shows the legal description as follows:
    The East half of the North West quarter of the South East quarter of Sec. 29. T38S,
    R.9.E. Willamette Meredian in Klamath County, Oregon, containing twenty (20) acres,
    the same to be used for Cemetery purposes.

    The earliest burials, according to cemetery record, were in 1872

  58. Circuit Court Klamath County , Oregon
  59. The state of Oregon began recording marriages on a state level in 1906. This database is an index of marriages in the state of Oregon from 1906 to 1920 (State of Oregon. Oregon Marriage Index, 1906-1920 Portland, OR: Oregon Health Division, Center for Health Statistics, 19--.)
  60. Oregon state roster of ancesters [sic], Daughters of the American Revolution, 1963
  61. 1920 AL Census
  62. ,,,;.
  63. Death Notice
  64. Husbands Obituary
  65. Social Security Death Index
  66. Florida Death Index, 1970-79
  67. California Voter Registration, Alameda 1920
  68. DWilderWolfe@gateway.net
  69. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1893-1940; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T977, 460 rolls); Records of the U.S. Marine Corps, Record Group 127; National Archives, Washington, D.C.



  70. California Voter Registration, Los Angeles 1956
  71. Ibid.
  72. Ibid.
  73. mothers death notice, Los Angeles Times 3 Nov 1932
  74. News Article, Los Angeles Times 11 Aug 1928
  75. Marriage Anouncement, Los Angeles Times 9 Dec 1943