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AHMANN SON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ahmann, Monday, a son.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) October 15, 1908]


ALGOTS SON
Mr. and Mrs. John Algots who reside 9 miles south of town became the proud parents of a baby boy on Saturday, May 2.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, May 7, 1908]


BARTHEL SON
We just learned that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barthel living southwest of Marcus, are the happy parents of a brand new boy, born about a week ago.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, May 7, 1908]


BAUNE SON
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baune, who reside four and one half miles south of Remsen, on Monday evening.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, October 17, 1907]


BLAKE SON
A son, to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blake, of Akron, July 9, 1912.
[Akron Register Tribune (Akron, Iowa) Thursday, 11 July 1912; transcribed by Marla Zwakman]

BRESSLER DAUGHTER
To Mr. & Mrs. Chas. W. Bressler, northeast of town, Saturday, September 14, 1901.
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa, Thurs., September 19, 1901, Submitted by Karen Seaman


BOHLKE SON
LOCAL NOTES. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe BOhlke, Monday, November 23, a son.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) November 26, 1908; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]


BONDO GIRL
LOCAL NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bondo, living 3 miles northwest of here are the happy parents of a baby girl born on Monday, December 14.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, December 17, 1908]


BRAUER GIRL
Local Notes. Rev. and Mrs. Brauer are the happy parents of a baby girl born to them last Friday, November 20.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) November 26, 1908]


BROTHERTON DAUGHTER
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brotherton are the happy parents of a baby girl which came to make her future home with them Sunday.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, April 30, 1908]


BUNKERS SON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bunkers, Friday April 3, a boy.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa]


BUTTON SON
To Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Button, this Thursday morning, September 19th.
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa, Thurs., September 19, 1901, Submitted by Karen Seaman


CARR SON
To Mr. & Mrs. Frank Carr, west of town, Tuesday, November 10, 1914
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa, Thurs., Nov. 12, 1914, Submitted by Karen Seaman


CHAMBERS SON
To Mr. & Mrs. Al. Chambers, of Akron, Tuesday, August 2, 1910
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., August 4, 1910, Submitted by Karen Seaman


CLEMENT BOY
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Clement living south of town are the happy parents of a baby son born October 6, 1908.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) October 15, 1908]


DAVIS SON
Born: Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Davis are rejoicing over the arrival of a son on Monday, November 9th.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) November 12, 1908]


DORR SON
Mr. and Mrs. George Dorr are happy over the arrival at their home of a baby son, Friday, April 18.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, April 23, 1908]


DRESSEN GIRL
Herman Dressen and wife who live four miles south of here are the happy parents of a fine baby girl who arrived Sunday, October 11, 1908.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) October 15, 1908]


DUSTER DAUGHTER

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Duster, Saturday, September 26, 1908, a daughter.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 1, 1908]


DUSTER DAUGHTER
A lovely daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Duster on Thursday morning of last week. All concerned doing well
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, Thursday, October 24, 1907, submitted by mkk]


EARNEST SON
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ear nest of Alton are the happy parents of a son born to them Sunday last. Their many friends here hasten to congratulate.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) December 3, 1908]


FABER SON
A fine son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faber on Saturday last. The parents are respected residents of this community.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, Thursday, October 24, 1907]


FRERICHS BOY
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frerichs living northeast of town, are the happy parents of a fine boy who came to make his home with them Tuesday, October 6, 1908.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 8, 1908]


FORNER BOY
The biggest centennial lump, of the season, came to hand this morning at the house of Charley Forner. It's a boy of full standard weight.
[Source: LeMars Sentinel (Le Mars, Iowa) March 16, 1876]


GALLAGHER BOY
A child was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gallagher of Marcus on Friday of last week. Long life and happiness to the little stranger and his parents.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, October 17, 1907]


GRETCHEN LEA FEROE
Friends here have received word of the birth of a 7 1/4 pound baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Feroe of Tulsa, Okla., on Thursday, July 10. The baby's name is Gretchen Lea. Mrs. Feroe will be remembered by LeMars residents as Mary Rounds.
[Le Mars Globe Post - Le Mars, Iowa, July 14, 1941]


FRISKY DAUGHTER
To Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Frisky, southwest of Akron, Tuesday morning, September 9, 1901.
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa, Thurs., September 12, 1901. Submitted by Karen Seaman


FRITZ SON
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fritz of this place on Friday morning last. The boy is a bouncer weighting 14 pounds at birth.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, Thursday, October 24, 1907]


FURSEE SON
To Mr. & Mrs. Chas. Fursee, of this city.
Union Creek News. Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., Feb. 15, 1912, Submitted by Karen Seaman


GABLE DAUGHTER
To Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Gable, northeast of town, July 28, 1911
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thur., August 3, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


GILBERT DAUGHTER
To Mr. & Mrs. John Gilbert, southeast of town, August 1, 1911
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., August 3, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


HAMMAN DAUGHTER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hamman a baby girl.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, March 28, 1907]


HAERLING GIRL
On Saturday Auditor Haerling had another olive branch of the feminine order added to his rich laden family tree.
[Source: Le Mars Sentinel (Le Mars, IA) October 19, 1876]


HAMMON BOY

Mr. and Mrs. Nic Hammon are the proud parents of a baby boy born on Sunday. They live five miles northwest of here.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) July 23, 1908]


HANNO DAUGHTER
Louis Hanno and wife who reside near Remsen, welcomed a daughter on Monday last.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, Thursday, October 24, 1907]


HARKNESS SON
A son, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harkness, west of town, July 8, 1912.
[Akron Register Tribune (Akron, Iowa) Thursday, 11 July 1912; transcribed by Marla Zwakman]


HUEBNER DAUGHTER
A daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heubner, southeast of town, Saturday, July 6, 1912.
[Akron Register Tribune (Akron, Iowa) Thursday, 11 July 1912; transcribed by Marla Zwakman]


HOFFMAN TWIN GIRLS
On Friday last, to Frank Hoffman and wife.
Akron Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., January 26, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


HULTGREN TWIN GIRLS
Marie Evelyn & Marion Elvina, Arrived at the Elmer Hultgren home last Monday morning. As the little ones seemed very delicate, Rev. Nelson came down from Alcester in the afternoon and christened them.
Union Creek News. Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., Feb. 15, 1912, Submitted by Karen Seaman


HUSS BOY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nic Huss living six miles southwest of town on Tuesday, September 8, 1908, a fine bouncing boy.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) September 17, 1908]


INNIS GIRL
On Friday Ex-sheriff Innis was enriched by the arrival of a little girl.
[Source: Le Mars Sentinel (Le Mars, IA) October 19, 1876]


JAACKS DAUGHTER
Local Notes. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Jaacks Sunday, September 27, 1908, a daughter.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 1, 1908]


JENSEN SON
To Mr. & Mrs. Robt. Jensen, Friday, November 6,, 1914
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa, Thurs., Nov. 12, 1914, Submitted by Karen Seaman


KEFFELER SON
On Sunday a baby boy reached the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Keffeler, north of town.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, Thursday, October 24, 1907]


KIPP DAUGHTER
Born to Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Kipp Wednesday, a girl.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, April 16, 1908]


KNAPP GIRL
On Saturday C. N. Knapp was elevated to the dignity of a father, by a sweet, winsome, wee girl.
[Source: Le Mars Sentinel (Le Mars, IA) October 19, 1876]


KRIER SON
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Krier of Oyens are the proud parents of a baby boy which arrived at their home Thursday.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, March 28, 1907]


LAMPERT SON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lampert Saturday morning, a son.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, March 12, 1908]


LARSON SON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Larson, November 8, a son.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) November 12, 1908]


LAUTERS DAUGHTER
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lauters are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby daughter who came to make her home with them October 6, 1908.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 22, 1908]


MEIS BOY
LOCAL NEWS. - We hasten to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. John Meis, of Dyersville, who are the proud and happy parents of a bright boy baby.
[The Remsen Bell (IA) November 26, 1896] *


MEYEN DAUGHTER
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyen residing three miles south of town are the happy parents of a baby daughter born Sunday, September 13.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, September 17, 1908]


MORITZ BOY
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. David Moritz, 7 miles north of Remsen, Thursday, December 10, 1908.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, December 17, 1908]


MOWERS DAUGHTER
To Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Mowers, of Akron, Sunday, November 8, 1914
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa, Thurs., Nov. 12, 1914, Submitted by Karen Seaman


NEAL SON
To Mr. & Mrs. Frank Neal, August 18, 1911
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thur., August 24, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


NIESIUS SONB
Local Notes. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Niesius on Monday, September 28, 1908, a fine son.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 1, 1908]


O'DELL SON
To Mr. & Mrs. A. W. O'Dell, southeast of town, July 29, 1911
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., August 3, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


OSTROM SON
To Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Ostrom, of Akron, July 29, 1911
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., August 3, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


PETERS TWIN BOYS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Peters Tuesday, two boys.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, April 16, 1908]


PETERS DAUGHTER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peters, Wednesday, October 7, a daughter.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 8, 1908]


RAKER GIRL
Local Notes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raker are the happy parents of a baby girl born on Friday, September 25, 1908.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 1, 1908]


RAVELING DAUGHTER
Easter Sunday a bright little girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raveling that tips the beam at 10 lbs. May the little one love to enjoy the sweets of life and comfort of her parents is our wish.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, Thursday, April 11, 1907]


RAVELING SON
The big smile on Henry Raveling's face is accounted for by the arrival of a fine new son which came to gladden the Raveling home on Wednesday.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) July 9, 1908]


RECKNAGEL GIRL

The big smile that Leonard Recknagel is wearing is the kind that won't come off. He and his wife are the proud parents of a baby girl born Tuesday.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) July 16, 1908]


RIEF DAUGHTER
A bright little girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rief Thursday morning.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, March 28, 1907]


RODESCH BOY
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Rodesch living seven miles south of here are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy last Sunday, October 11, 1908.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) October 15, 1908]


ROLLING GIRL
Local Notes. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Rolling, living three miles southeast of here, on September 23, 1908.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 1, 1908]


RUSH DAUGHTER
To Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Rush, south of town, Aug. 20, 1911
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thur., August 24, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


SATTER DAUGHTER
To Mr. & Mrs. Gus. Satter, west of Akron, Wednesday, August 3, 1910
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., August 4, 1910, Submitted by Karen Seaman


SINS BOY
Born, on Sunday, June 6th, to Mr. and Mrs. John Sins, residing on Madison street, a ten pound boy. Mr. Sins is section boss for the Illinois Central railroad between LeMars and Oyens.-Sentinel.
[Source: The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, June 11, 1908]


SHULTZ DAUGHTER
Local Notes. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Shultz, Saturday, September 26, 1908, a daughter.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 1, 1908]


SKEWS BOY
On Thursday the 12th, Henry Skews' wife presented him with a son and he is happy.
[Source: Le Mars Sentinel (Le Mars, IA) October 19, 1876]


SMIDT SON
A son, to Mr. and Mrs. John Smidt, northeast of town, July 8, 1912.
[Akron Register Tribune (Akron, Iowa) Thursday, 11 July 1912; transcribed by Marla Zwakman]


SMITH DAUGHTER
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, Friday morning, a daughter.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, March 12, 1908]


SMITH BOY
G. M. Smith of Stanton, seeing the possibility of his filling a county office next year, prepares for the event by getting ready with a deputy-a good stout boy-on the 7th and all well.
[Source: Le Mars Sentinel (Le Mars, IA) October 19, 1876]


STEFFIN DAUGHTER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. August Steffin a girl Sunday evening last.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, March 28, 1907]


STICK DAUGHTER
A daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stick, of Akron, July 7, 1912.
[Akron Register Tribune (Akron, Iowa) Thursday, 11 July 1912; transcribed by Marla Zwakman]


STINTON SON
Word has been received here that the stork visited the home of Mr. & Mrs. Everet Stinton of Luca, S.D., and presented them with a ten-pound son.
Adaville Items; Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thur., August 24, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


TRACY SON
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. M. Tracy Thursday morning. We congratulate.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, February 28, 1907]


WATERBURY SON
To Mr. & Mrs. Albert Waterbury, northwest of town, August 19, 1911
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thur., August 24, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


WATSON SON
To Mr. & Mrs. Watson, east of town, July 29, 1911
Akron Register Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., August 3, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman


WELLIVER SON
W. S. Welliver, Est., clerk of the circuit and district courts in and for Plymouth county Iowa, measures six feet tall and fifty-two inches around the chest. His smile is like unto the genial sunshine of a balmy spring morning, and his rippling laughter like the rush of many waters. It wasn't always so; the sudden change was brought about by the advent of a boy baby at his home Monday. The youngster looks like its pa, and its pa is just too happy! Mother and child doing well, and the father is setting up cigars in a handsome manner. Mr. Welliver has been married nine years and this is the first blossom.
[Le Mars Daily Liberal - Le Mars, Iowa, July 20, 1881]


WESCOAT BOY
Prof. and Mrs. Wescoat are happy over the arrival of a baby boy who came to make his home with them on Wednesday morning.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, October 22, 1908]


WILLENBURG TWIN SONS
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Willenburg are the proud parents of twin boys who arrived at their home in Dyersville, Tuesday March 26.
[The Remsen News, Remsen, Iowa, April 4, 1907]


WILLENBURG GIRL
L. S. Willenburg and wife are the happy parents of a bran [sic.] new baby girl which came to make her home with them Saturday, August 29.
[The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) September 3, 1908]


WILLENBURG BOY
The loud smile that H. A. Willenburg wore last Sunday was occasioned by the arrival of a fine new son at his home on that day. Heinie's smile could be heard clear into the next county.
[Source: The Remsen News (Remsen, IA) Thursday, December 17, 1908]


WINTERSTEEN SON
To James Wintersteen & wife last Saturday.
Akron Tribune, Akron, Iowa; Thurs., January 26, 1911, Submitted by Karen Seaman

NOTE: Transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman unless otherwise indicated.


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