Monthly Archives: December 2010

William C Neeling

The spelling is a little off, however I think this might be a cousin of Daniel T Nelings. Algona, IA: Congressional Serial The patent itself: Patent App Advertisements

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Mary (Nelings) Jack–DAR

Rumor was the Nelings were traceable back to the American Revolution. Here’s support: (source)

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Daniel Thompson Nelings

The above section is from The History of Clayton County¬†and includes the names of many local men and boys from Clayton County Iowa. Some of these names are also in an account book kept by Daniel T Nelings from 1867 … Continue reading

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Jessie Annette Jack Hooper, pt 2

Going through emails I found a paragraph written by Helen Brannan, a retired professor in Women’s Studies from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, on Jessie Hooper: “In the early years of the twentieth century, people in Oshkosh knew Jessie Jack … Continue reading

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Willamina “Willie” Nelings

Willie Nelings (1861-1921) sounded like quite a woman. In Bess’s note about the family, Willie was one of the sisters who remained behind in Iowa teaching and continued to teach when she moved out to Dakota Territory. She married Frank … Continue reading

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Adah Jane Hazel Perry

Adah Jane Hazel Perry’s gravesite in Madison SD. Adah Jane Hazel was born in October of 1857 in Wisconsin. She moved with her parents and siblings to Blue Earth County in Minnesota sometime after that. She married Allen Perry, son … Continue reading

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