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Thanks for your note. Actually my Grandfather, John C. Rhoades, did stay in Warren Co, Iowa for the rest of his life & as far as I know never returned to Ohio for any reason. Though he had a brother, Jacob, for whom I am named, that traveled from Ohio to Iowa to visit. Can you imagine doing that trek in the 1920"s? My John Married his second wife, my Grandmother, Mead Roush in Iowa & raised their family there & as you observed, is buried in the same cemerety as many other family members. A "friend" at Findlay Library found John & Euclit Rhoades in the 1901 Findlay directory, but the are not listed in any of the later ones. They were at a different address in 1901 than in the 1900 census. So they were on the move. I wish you sucess with your family. I send smiles your way.