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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.

 


 

 ONLINE DATA

Biographies

Births

Businesses

Cemeteries

Census Data

Court and Crime

Directories

Divorces

Families
of Plymouth County

Glossary

Historical Info

Marriages

Military Data

News Articles
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Obituaries/Deaths

Patents & Inventors

People

Queries

Schools

Townships

Wills & Probate
and Estate Sales, Etc.

 

 

 

 


 

RECENT WEBSITE UPDATES:

APRIL 2016
PEOPLE: Richard Peters, John Reuken, Henry Raveling, William H. Stephenson, T. P. Scott, Matt Stoose
BUSINESS: M. B. Tritz, Flint & Sons, Burge & Henthges, A. M. Andrews, Young & Corkery, J. Wernli, A. Aldrich, J. A. Thompson
TOWNSHIPS: Stanton Township History
NEWS-CHURCHES: 1876-Female Evangelists, 1891-New Baptist Minister, 1908-Remsen St. Marys has new assistant priest
MARRIAGES: Mayrose-Heissel, Brune-Lang, Kemp-VanDusen, Brislin-Curtis

MARCH 2016
CENSUS: List of 1916 General Election Voters (over 4,000 voters and their township)

FEBRUARY 2016
OBITS: Mrs. A. D. Uthe, Waddle Boy, Maria Witt
PEOPLE: John Ahman, Nic. Arens, J. H. Andrews
MARRIAGES: Schafer-Tubbs, Freeman-Fairbrother, Durley-Martland
WILLS & PROBATE: John C. Little
NEWS-VISIT: 25 (1908) items added.
TOWNSHIPS: Remsen Township History
BIRTHS: Bondo Girl, Meis Boy, Huss Boy, Willenburg Girl
NEWS-BIRTHDAY: Arlo Rozell, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Van Sickel
BUSINESS: Kluckhohn & Loew, L. B. Young, W. F. Allison, J. J. Pocock

Past Updates

IOWA STATE BIRD:

Goldfinch

State Bird and Flower

STATE FLOWER:

Wild Rose

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