Correctionville, Woodbury, Iowa
May 18, 1911
IOWA NEWS IN BRIEF
SUMNER - Wednesday morning while Albert Newman 22 years old son of Herman
Newman was planting corn he was struck by a bolt of lightning and instantly
LITTLE SIOUX - Thomas B. McWilliams passed away at his home in Soldier
Valley at the age of 73 years. Mr. McWilliams was one of the early settlers
of Soldier Valley.
ELDORA - James Buchanan a veteran of the civil war a resident of Eldora
since 1860 died at the home of his son Allen C Buchanan of Marshalltown. He
will be buried here.
BOONE - Robert F Dale, a prominent lawyer and justice of the peace for years
died after a few days illness. He was once democratic nominee for congress
in the tenth district.
COUNCIL BLUFFS - A.C. Hewitt who shot William McGill on Monday during a
quarrel over domestic matters and who has been searched for by the police of
the tri cities since surprised the force by appearing at the central police
station and surrendering himself. He was in a bad physical and mental
OTTUMWA - A mild sensation was caused by the sudden death of Lew Harvey
Young chairman of the republican county central committee and a prominent
druggist. Members of the family of the dead man state that his death was
caused by an overdose of a drug taken for his nerves he having been
suffering lately from nervousness.
MAGNOLIA - Ezra Morrow died of heart failure at Nehgh Neb where he had gone
10 days ago to visit friends and fell dead in the yard of his friend's home.
The remains were taken to the home of his mother Mrs. Joseph DePew and the
funeral was held from the Latter Day Saints church the Rev W D Crowdson of
the Christian church of Logan officiating. Mr. Morrow was 42 years of age.
He leaves two sons. He had resided 36 years in Harrison county.
MAGNOLIA - Mrs. Anna Alter Unmack who died at Missouri Valley, was buried here. She was born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, in May 1858, and came to Magnolia in 1876 where she lived 20 years before going to Missouri Valley. She leaves one daughter, Amelia, and one son, Emil, besides
WATERTOWN - Mrs. Job Trenholm, and old resident of this county was found
dead in her bed by her husband when he awoke. She was 71 years old. Death
was due to heart failure.
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Iowa Old Press
*checking the 1900 and 1910 census I did not find a Herman Newman associated with a Albert Newman. I did find for the 1900 census in Fayette County, Iowa, Bethel Township one Herman H. Niemann, age 38, born in Germany, farmer, wife of Sophia Niemann, age 32, born in Iowa, parents born in Germany, with (1) child, a son Albert J. Niemann, born April 1888 age 12, birthplace Iowa.
The 1910 census Herman, age 47 is located in Sumner, Bremer County, Iowa, married a second time to a Lois A. age 29. Albert remained in Fayette County, Iowa, age 22.
I do not know for a fact that I have tracked the correct family, but I feel that I have.
June 6, 1900
St. John Township, Missouri Valley, Harrison County, Iowa
Sheet Number 9A Enumeration District Number 88
Line 22 186 189 West Street
William Unmack, head, March 18?5, 55, married 17 years, Germany, Germany, Germany, car repair
Anna Unmack, wife, May 1858, 42,married 17 years, two children two living, Pennsylvania, Germany, Germany
Emil Unmack, son, September 1884, 15, single, Iowa, Germany, Pennsylvania, at school
Maygie or Maggie A. Unmack, daughter, 13, single, Iowa, Germany, Pennsylvania, at school
April 25, 1910
St. John Township, Missouri Valley City, Harrison County, Iowa
Sheet Number 7A Enumeration District Number 84
Line 11 106 402 147 West Street
William J. Unmack, head, 1st marriage, married 26 years, Germany, Germany, Germany, labour-railroad car shop
Anna Unmack, wife, 57, 2nd marriage, married 26 years, two children two living, Pennsylvania, Germany, Germany
Amelia Unmack, daughter, 23, Iowa, Germany, Pennsylvania, operatior, telephone company
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