--Seeking info on Alice DAYMUDE Hansen and Laura DAYMUDE Labart, both said to be in the Kearney, Nebraska area in the 1880s.
--Their father, Wm. B. DAYMUDE is listed in both Andreas' and Johnson's histories of Nebraska as being amongst the first settlers in Valley Precinct, Polk County, Nebraska. A list for the Osceola Cemetery includes the following DAYMUDES:
-Daymude, Earnest, b: 1-15-1880, d: 4-9-1889
-Daymude, EElna, b: 1802; d: 4-10-1883
-Daymude, Web, b: 1823; d: 3-20-1881
The two children who are buried there are likely those of William Burr DAYMUDE and his second wife. Web is an unknown.
--Two daughters from Wm. B. DAYMUDE's first marriage, Laura and Alice, likely lived with him for a time.
--Alice may have been known as Rosa, a name listed together with Laura DAYMUDE at the Iowa Soldiers Orphans Home in Davenport, Scott Co., Iowa.
--Wm. B. DAYMUDE is listed as serving the Union forces during the Civil War with Company F, 8th Iowa Infantry - Keokuk.
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