2001 Barnes County Queries
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Index of Query Surnames
Submitter: Wendy Winkelman
Date: 28 Nov 2001
I am trying to find a death certificate or date of death for two ancestors: Thomas Fryar and wife, Minerva Phelps Fryar They owned property in Barnes County, but I believe all their children lived in LaMoure county. Thomas and Minerva probably died around 1920 or so. Thanks for any info anyone can find.
Submitter: JO ELLYN BAKER
Date: 16 Oct 2001
SEEKING INFO ON JAMES MOSES VAUGHN DIED IN VALLEY CITY, BARNES CO, ND JAN 1968--SON HARVEY R. D. 1994 AND SON GUY D. 1984 ALSO IN VALLEY CITY--ANY INFO HELPFUL THANKS JO ELLYN
Submitter: Rob Erickson --EMAIL BOUNCING-PLEASE UPDATE
Date: 08 Oct 2001
Thompson, Ole and Ann (Larson)-Hastings, ND
I am looking for any additional information regarding my Great, Great, Great Grandparents who are buried in Hastings ND.
Born 1824 in Hadeland Norway moved to Hastings sometime after 1864 Died 1896? and is buried in Hastings ND
His wife was Anna (Larson) Thompson
Born 1825 in Hadeland Norway Died in 1917? buried in Hastings ND They are the parents of Tosten Thompson who was born May 27 1853 in Holland Norway, he died November 20 1921 buried at Elbow Lake MN Any information that you can provide would be appreciated. Are there any locate newspapers that would have records this far back? Thank you in advance for your research!
Submitter: Izzy Williams (email@example.com)
Date: 15 Sep 2001
Bowden-More Hardware Store in Wimbledon in the early 1900's. Seeking information/pictures about my Great Grandparents Archie L. and Mabel Bowden and the store. Thank you!
Surnames: MACDONALD CAMPBELL
Submitter: Grant Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 11 Jul 2001
In February 1926, my life was saved when my ruptured appendix was removed by Dr. Alexander Campbell MacDonald. He was assisted by another doctore probably Dr. W. A. MacDonald. They were not related to each other.
I am seeking a paragraph of biographical material about each of them for inclusion in my autobiography. I am a native of Binford, N. Dak. Oscar Alm, a rural mail carrier, transported me to Valley City. He had a Model T Ford Sedan and made a bed for me in the back seat. My father, Arthur James Anderson, the local pharmacist, accompanied me. I was in the Barnes County Hospital for two weeks. My father took me home on the Northern Pacific Railway. In Binford, D. F. Rice, the local drayman, put ssome straw in the back of his sled and gave me a ride from the deepot three blocks to our home.
Sincerely, Grant Anderson
I was a student at Valley City State Teachers College, 1933-35. In 1933, I was a trumpet player in the Valley City American Legion Junior Band (100 members) that represented North Dakota at the World's Fair (Century of Progress) in Chicago, Ill. Ernest C. Meyer was the band director.
Surnames: LAING BROWN STEVENS FREEMAN
Submitter: Mike Peterson
Date: 08 Jul 2001
George and Fannie LAING lived in Dazey late 1800's and into 1900's. They are on the 1900 census. Living with them were Fannie's parents Marvin BROWN, Margaret (Ann) BROWN, and her sister Annie BROWN. Also living with them but not on 1900 census was Ellora STEVENS, niece of Fannie. Ellora married Roy FREEMAN in Dazey. Looking for more information on this family including later census data if possible.
Surnames: CLAUS KLOUS
Submitter: C. Larson
Date: 26 Jun 2001
I'm looking for information on the Andrew Claus or Klous family of Eckelson, Barnes county. Andrew married Veronica Klein on January 30, 1906. All of there children were born with the last name of KLOUS. They were: Alexander December 11, 1906, Martha May 02, 1909, Joseph May 08, 1911, Hilldegard October 15, 1912,Emma October 20, 1914, Edivna, Frances, Monica, Mathias, and Alfred. I have all of their dates of birth and was wondering where I could locate any other information regarding this family during the years of 1906 - 1925. Thanks so much!
Submitter: Ren Clark (email@example.com)
Date: 23 Jun 2001
Family history says my great grandfather surnamed Johnson, was a Union Army medical officer working at Soldier's Home in Lisbon, ND in 1890's. My grandfather Bert Johnson born Lisbon, ND 1890's. Are there any records that could provide details?
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