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1886 Camp Participants Part 1

Submitted by mivanyo on Tue, 12/27/2016 - 22:30

San Francisco Daily Morning Call Newspaper
Participants at the 1886 Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic
National Staff, Dept. of Arkansas Through Dept. of Michigan

Note: Typographic errors have been found in the newspaper accounts. Impossible birth dates are marked with an "?" but place names have not been checked for typographical errors.

1886 Camp Participants Part 2

Submitted by mivanyo on Tue, 12/27/2016 - 22:25

San Francisco Daily Morning Call Newspaper

Participants at the 1886 Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic
Dept. of Minnesota Through Dept. of Wisconsin, Women's Relief Corps, and Addendum

Copyright © 1997 by Jim W. Faulkinbury, CGRS, all rights reserved

German Officers in the Union Army

Submitted by mivanyo on Tue, 12/27/2016 - 21:21

From The GERMANS of IOWA And Their Achievements
(Die Deutschen von Iowa und deren Errungenschaften)
Extracted By Jim W. Faulkinbury, C.G.R.S.
Certified Genealogical Record Specialist

Based on the Book by Jospeh Eiboeck titled:
"Die Deutschen von Iowa und deren Errungenschaften"
(Des Moines, IA: des Iowa Staats-Anzeiger, 1900, pages 92 - 94)

FHL Microfilm number for this book is #1036447 (Family History Library, Salt Lake City)

Oldest Germans of Iowa - 1895

Submitted by mivanyo on Tue, 12/27/2016 - 21:17

Aged 90 or more - (from 1895 Census)
from The GERMANS of IOWA And Their Achievements
(Die Deutschen von Iowa und deren Errungenschaften)
Extracted By Jim W. Faulkinbury, C.G.R.S.
Certified Genealogical Record Specialist

Based on the Book by Jospeh Eiboeck titled:
"Die Deutschen von Iowa und deren Errungenschaften"
(Des Moines, IA: des Iowa Staats-Anzeiger, 1900, pages 295 - 296 )

FHL Microfilm number for this book is #1036447 (Family History Library, Salt Lake City)