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County Information


CITIES AND TOWNS

Akron -- Brunsville -- Hinton -- Kingsley -- Le Mars -- Merrill
Oyens -- Remsen -- Seney -- Struble -- Westfield

Abandoned Towns, Villages And Post Offices

 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY SEAT - LE MARS, IOWA

Plymouth County was formed on January 15, 1851, settlement began in 1856.

 


 

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Census Data

Court and Crime

Directories

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Historical Info

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Military Data

News Articles
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Schools

Townships

Wills & Probate
and Estate Sales, Etc.

Families
of Plymouth County

Glossary

 


 

RECENT WEBSITE UPDATES:

MAY 2015
OBITS: A. C. Meyer, John Mathwig, William A. Myers, Jacob Mousel
DIRECTORIES: Elkhorn Township Farmers, spouse & children's names and more.
BIRTHS: Forner Boy, Raveling Son, Sins Boy
MARRIAGE NEWS: Van Gorkom -Stough, Miller-Young, Miller Wolkoff
PEOPLE: William Henry Van Velson, Ferdinand Yost, Rose Wenner, Nick Hoffman
NEWS-DIVORCES: J. T. and Mary Evans
NEWS-SCHOOL: 1908-Remsen Grads
NEWS-VISIT: ~ 100 Visit, Travel and Relocate Items
NEWS-FIRE: 1884-Fire Set By Charles D'Acres, 1914-Hinton Fire

APRIL 2015
OBITS: Gustaf Strohbeen, Rufus Sawyer, Henry Scheitler, Mrs. Johanna Stehr, Mrs. John Steichen, Marie Gesina Seggermann, Stewart Son, Mrs. John Sullivan, John Thill, Thompson, Susie Cecil
DIRECTORIES: Garfield Township Farmers, spouse & children's names and more.
NEWS-COMMUNITY: Moville Tidbit, Gold Discovery-1879, Old Settlers Picnic-1895
MARRIAGE NEWS: Trienen-Earnest, Eichhorn-Boehmke, Duster-Campbell, Heissel-Hentges, Niesius-Hey
PEOPLE: Hearn Family, James Schmeider, Joe Becker, William Asmussen
NEWS-BIRTHDAY: Mrs. Nic Hansen
NEWS-CRIME: George Miller
NEWS-REAL ESTATE: Margarethe Bauerly, District of Stanton, R. B. Brown, W. Wingett, Otto Hauswald, Barbara Jenni, C. R. Steele, M. L. Sloan, Jacob Bubboltz
TOWNSHIPS: Hungerford History

Past Updates

IOWA STATE BIRD:

Goldfinch

State Bird and Flower

STATE FLOWER:

Wild Rose

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