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Re: Iowa Marolf Emigration 1849
Posted by: David C. Baker Date: October 12, 2000 at 11:23:21
In Reply to: Re: Iowa Marolf Emigration 1849 by Ted Marolf of 70

Went to Wilton this morning with Cousin Dorothy. Went to the Cemetery and found Greatgrandma and Greatgrandpa John E.and Wilhamina Marolf's tombstones and date. Also found John W. Marolf and John A. Marolf. Had a nice visit with the fellow who farms the old John Marolf farm south and west of Wilton. He is a Duffe cann't remember the first name, his wife is/was a Marolf. We went to the public library and found a copy of "the History of Muscatine county" found the pictures of Great grandma,great grandpa, anut anna, uncle John, and grandma Lena. It was an eventful day. I will have pix from the cemetery in a few days to post. If you want to write me at


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