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Our glossary word of the month is - "CONESTOGA"

. . . a heavy duty, canvas covered wagon that hauled freight or family possessions over rough terrain, pulled by oxen or large horses.
These wagons were used before railroads were built and could carry a six to eight ton load.

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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

Births

Biographies

Businesses

Cemeteries

Census Data

Court and Crime

Directories

Divorces

Historical Info

Marriages

Military Data

News Articles
(Crime, Events, Fires)

News - People

Obituaries/Deaths

Schools

Townships

Wills & Probate
and Estate Sales, Etc.

 

 

 

 



RECENT WEBSITE UPDATES:

JULY 2014
BIOS : George W. Schroder; Ray A. Smith; Henning Shoulberg; Harry L. Smith; Edmund Holden Spaulding, Sr.; George Spies; William Schindel; H. H. Schindel; Leonard A. Singer; Philip Schneider; John C. Schneider; Strobehn Brothers; William Simeon; Julius Susemihl; Thomas Stinton; Ludwig Staab; Daniel J. Searls; J. P. Southwick; Reuben J. Spies; James Stinton; Ralph Stinton; Edward Stinton; Frank Taylor; Philip F. Tracy; Michael Joseph Tracy; Frank Van Buskirk; Michael Vondrak; Joseph Weiss; Thomas Wilson; Birney Cooledge Woolley; Anton Wilberding; Charles J. Willer; Henry Werley; D. E. Warner; A. N. Williams; L. F. Winter; Frank Wengler; Thomas Woodall; Albert F. Winterfeld; Eugene Warnock; Archie Watson; Louis J. Winterfeld; Paul Zenk

JUNE 2014
BIOS : Peter Nilles; Mike Neisins; Armand Naffziger; Hermann Nitzschke; Albert P. Noble; William R. Null; George Nussbaum; Lewis C. Oloff; Henry W. Ommen; Fred Onken; Gerd Osterbuhr; John Daniel O’Bryan; Ernest Ostrom; Adolph Popken; Willis Preston; J. H. Pollock; Thomas J. Pratt; Jacob Poeckes; Jacob Pick; John H. Plahn; U. G. Rhodes; Lewis F. Root; Elmer Rainboth; Mat Ruba; Fred Roling; George A. Rembe; Paul Rosburg; Herman Reichel; Harry Reints; John Reudy; Carl Roepke; Fritz Roepke; J. H. Rohlfs; Charles Rohrich; Francis M. Rollins;
DIVORCE : Fred J. and Adeline Parker, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hill, Frank and Ivy Harris, Mr. and Mr. J. E. Hill, George Barnett and Lillian McKown
PEOPLE : T. L. Bowman, Clem Henke, John E. Hill, A. L. Huckle, Roy Maass, Reginald Simeon

MAY 2014
BIOS : E. S. Kitterman; Christian P. Kloster; Henry Kammeier; Eugene F. Kieffer; Peter H. Koch; E. P. Klauer; August Koch; John H. Kruse; Charles Kelley; Nicholas Kilburg; Math Kaiser; John Keenan; J. H. Kramer; Daniel Keegan; Henry J. Kleihauer; Thorvald Kloster; Henry Kemp; Cyrus P. Knapp; Joseph Keffeler; Alvah S. Knowlton; Henry E. Kohler; Franz Joseph Krogmann; William LaBahn; John Loutsch; Daniel Luchsinger; George Draft Luce; Frank Ludwig; J. P. Ludwig; John Ludwigs; T. S. List, D. V. M.; R. J. M. Long; Julius Mathwig; James N. McDougall; William McCartney; James F. Mase; Frank F. McElhaney; George M. Moxey; Peter J. Moran; J. G. Miller; Christian Munsch; John McGillvery; George B. Main; Alex McDougall; Henry Meinen; J. D. Meyer; Alex R. Morrison; John Mammen; Mathew T. Mansfield; Barth Miller; Frank P. Mills; Nicolai Molzen; Duncan F. McArthur; John H. Melhop; Peter Mackinnon; Herman Mandelkow; John Mandelkow; Thomas Miller
OBITS : Walter Reginald Alesch, Marie Beck, P. A. Boland, Ethel Mary Clink, J. C. Buchanan, Alma Ericksen, Mrs. Fredrick Hansen, Mrs. Joseph Juhl, Edward Kelley, Ida Kestle, Blanche Kaiser, Mrs. Charles Larson, Anna McDougall, Freddie Meinert, Henry Neumann, Minnie Steffen, Ellen Sullivan, Vernon Urban

Past Updates


IOWA STATE BIRD:

Goldfinch

State Bird and Flower

STATE FLOWER:

Wild Rose

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