Daniel T Nelings Account Book

The following are names in the account book of Daniel Thompson Nelings. DT Nelings worked as a plasterer in Iowa and also in South Dakota when he moved there with his family. This account book was from plastering work done in and around National, Clayton County Iowa. Jun- July 1867.

Daniel T Nelings AccountBook,   DTNelingsacctbook_40001,  DTNelingsacctbook_pt3,  DTNelingsacctbook_20001

Axelmier (p. 7)

S. Banfman (p. 16)

S. Banjiman (p. 19)

David Banshaw  (p. 16)

G. Barstow (p.3)

Sam’l Blow (p. 21)

G. Branshy [sp] (p.3)

E. Brant (p. 25)

Nat Brunson (p. 4, 26)

The Iowa State Census for 1856 has a 42 year-old N.S. Brunson living in Windsor, Fayette County, Iowa.

A.C. Buck (p. 15)

The US Census for 1850 has a 24 year-old Albert C. Buck living in Farmersburg, Clayton County, Iowa.

J.P.L. Clark (p. 2, 5)

The 1870 US Census has at least 2 John Clarks living in Clayton County Iowa. One in Lodomillo and the other in Cass/Strawberry Point.

A.M. Cortes (p. 13)

The 1870 US Census has an Allen M. Cortes living in Farmersburg, Clayton County Iowa and working as a farmer.

John Covey (p. 20)

The 1870 US Census lists 2 John Coveys in Clayton County. Both live in Mendon, and they appear to be father (71 years old) and son (37 years old).

Danford Edey (p. 3, 7)

The 1870 US Census has a 43 year-old Danford Edey living in McGregor Iowa.

Mr Finey (p. 1)

Parker Hall (p. 30)

US General Land Office Records shows a purchase of 40 acres by a Parker Hall in Sperry Township in Clayton County in 1859.

Norman Hamilton (p. 20)

The 1870 US Census shows a 39 year-old Norman Hamilton in Farmersburg Iowa.

Heley (p. 12)

Holensworth (p. 5)

The 1856 Iowa State Census has an Elias Holensworth living in Farmersburg Iowa.

A. Hulnise (p. 1)

H. Hutsons (p. 23)

Wm Ibel (p. 4)

The 1870 US Census has a 26 year-old William Eibel living in McGregor, Iowa.

James Jack (p. 4, 28, 29)

James Jack was the neighbor of Daniel T. Nelings in Farmersburg Iowa. He is probably the brother of David Jack, the husband of Mary E. Nelings and uncle of Jessie Annette (Jack) Hooper.

Charles James (p. 25)

The 1870 US Census has a Charles James living in Millville, Iowa.

James Joans (p. 30)

The 1870 US Census has a 59 year-old James Jones living in Farmersburg Iowa.

Wm Keley (p. 29)

John Knight (p. 27)

The 1870 US Census has a 36 year-old John Knight living in Farmersburg Iowa.

M.A. Knight (p. 4)

Krandton (p. 11)

Wm Linton (p. 18)

The 1870 US Census has a William Linton living in Farmersburg, Iowa.

T. Lockwood (p. 9)

Calven Miller (p. 4, 24)

C. Morgan (p. 9)

E. Murphy (p.1)

David Nickels (p. 12)

The 1870 US Census has a David Nickols living in Farmersburg, Iowa.

A. Palmer (Halmer?) (p. 1)

The 1870 US Census has an Asal B. Palmer living in Farmersburg, Iowa.

John Pace (p. 5)

The 1860 US Census has a J.B. Pace living in Millville, Iowa.

James Parch (p. 1)

The 1870 US Census has a James Parch living in Boardman Twp, Iowa.

O.D. Pettit (p. 5, 28)

George Ranshow (p. 17)

Leonidas Renshaw (p. 16)

The 1860 US Census has a 17 year-old Leonidas Renshaw living in Farmersburg, IA.

T. Rousk [sp] (p. 3)

Rutter/Ruther (p. 1)

Simeon Scott (p. 14)

P. Shaler (p. 10)

Edwin Shirman (p. 17)

Barton Smith (p. 6)

David Smith (p. 12)

Fred Smith (p. 26)

Benjamin Smith (p. 7)

Dr. White (p. 18)

A. Woodart (p. 2)

Alison Woodward (p. 2)

W. Woodward (p. 13)

The 1870 US Census has a John W. Woodward living in Strawberry Point IA working as a carpenter and joiner.

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