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Re: Niemann's in Iowa in 1800s
Posted by: Bob Flammang Date: August 02, 2001 at 14:25:32
In Reply to: Re: Niemann's in Iowa in 1800s by Linda M. Schwartz of 168

Many thanks, Linda. I can't go wrong with your description. It WAS the St. Joseph's cemetery that I was wandering around in when the rains began to come. It looks to be just about full, if it's not full already.

Again, I can't thank you enough for all this information. You've answered a whole bunch of questions for me. I'm no expert on geneology, but my Mom took a strong interest about 30 years ago, and she's now passing a lot of her stuff on to me as she's just turned the tender age of 91. She's not down the Niemann line, by the way, but was really hooked on family history in general.

God bless,


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