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351 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I236)
 
352 BIOGRAPHY: A Musqueteer Bickelhaub, Johann Georg (I1492)
 
353 BIOGRAPHY: A Tailor Bangert, Johann Michael (I1521)
 
354 BIOGRAPHY: According to Archive Record family group sheet for father as submitted by Mrs. Wanda Roos, last name also known as Smed (blacksmith).

CHRISTENING:
1. FHL film # 053071; Hurup Parish Record, 1784 - 1868 2. Viborg, Denmark Regional Archives; Hurup Parish Records; Microfiche C122.1, plate 1, page 26b. Sponsors: Apellone Laursdatter; Niels ? Simonsen; Anders Dalgaard; Anders Nielsen; Johanne Michelsdatter; Anne Jensdatter.

BURIAL: Viborg, Denmark Regional Archives; Hurup Parish Records; Microfiche C122.1, plate 2, page 73b.

SOURCES_MISC: 1. Per gedcom dated 6 Jan 1999 of Wayne Westergard, 785 W 1300 South, Woods Cross, Utah 84087, phone 801-295-2906. 
Jensen, Peder (I1624)
 
355 BIOGRAPHY: According to Archive Record family group sheet for father as submitted by Mrs. Wanda Roos, last name also known as Smed (blacksmith).

CHRISTENING:
1. FHL film # 053071; Hurup Parish Record, 1784 - 1868.
2. Viborg, Denmark Regional Archives; Hurup Parish Records; Microfiche C122.1 plate 2 page 16; No name of sponsors however the family is living in "Brandtoft".

SOURCES_MISC: 1. Per gedcom dated 6 Jan 1999 of Wayne Westergard, 785 W 1300 South, Woods Cross, Utah 84087, phone 801-295-2906. 
Jensen, Mikkel or Michel (I1676)
 
356 BIOGRAPHY: According to Archive Record family group sheet for father as submitted by Mrs. Wanda Roos, last name also known as Smed (blacksmith).

CHRISTENING:
1. FHL film # 053071; Hurup Parish Record, 1784 - 1868.
2. Viborg, Denmark Regional Archives; Hurup Parish Records; Microfiche C122.1, plate 1, page 27b. Sponsors: Anne Marie Laustdatter; Anders Dahlgaard; Anders Sne??; Jens Andersen; Gjertrud Marie Jensdatter; Johannes Michlsdatter. Christened at home 13 May 1808 and at church 14 Jun 1808.

SOURCES_MISC: 1. Per gedcom dated 6 Jan 1999 of Wayne Westergard, 785 W 1300 South, Woods Cross, Utah 84087, phone 801-295-2906. 
Jensen Smed, Peder (I1679)
 
357 BIOGRAPHY: According to Archive Record family group sheet for father as submitted by Mrs. Wanda Roos, last name also known as Smed (blacksmith).

CHRISTENING:
1. FHL film# 053071; Hurup Parish Record, 1784-1868.
2. Viborg, Denmark Regional Archives; Hurup Parish Records; Microfiche C122.1, plate 1, page 25. Sponsors: Apellone Laustdatter carried the Child; Anders Povelsen; Niels Jensen; Jacob Michelsen; ??.

DEATH: FHL film# 053071; Hurup Parish Record, 1784-1786.

SOURCES_MISC: 1. Per gedcom dated 6 Jan 1999 of Wayne Westergard, 785 W 1300 South, Woods Cross, Utah 84087 (801) 295-2906. 
Jensen, Laust (I1677)
 
358 BIOGRAPHY: According to Archive Record family group sheet for father as submitted by Mrs. Wanda Roos, last name also known as Smed (blacksmith).

CHRISTENING:
1. FHL film#053071; Hurup Parish Record, 1784-1868.
2. Viborg, Denmark Regional Archives; Hurup Parish Records; Microfiche C122.1, plate 1, page 19b. Sponsors: Karen Marie of Ydby carried the Child; Jacob and Anders Michelsen; Niels Jensen; Bodil Cathrine Simonsdatter. Christening at home on 11 Nov 1799 and at the church 1 Dec 1799.

BURIAL: FHL film#053071; Hurup Parish Record, 1784-1868.

SOURCES_MISC: 1. Per gedcom dated 6 Jan 1999 of Wayne Westergard, 785 W 1300 South, Woods Cross, Utah 84087 (801) 295-2906. 
Jensen, Johannes (I1625)
 
359 BIOGRAPHY: age 20 in 1831. Conf in 1823



DEATH: Elizabetha Losch nee kirsch md. died in Lobenfeld age 54 years 11 months 7 days 
Kirsch, Susanna Elisabetha (I2041)
 
360 BIOGRAPHY: Also known as Lizzy.

BURIAL: Buried near her daughter, Jennie at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska. Lot 3712, Section 5.

Also known as Lizzy. 
Bausch, Elizabeth (I410)
 
361 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1933)
 
362 BIOGRAPHY: Bertha's home was at Burton, Nebr. Smith, Bertha Elizabeth (I369)
 
363 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1)
 
364 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1929)
 
365 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1930)
 
366 BIOGRAPHY: Called A.S. or Gus

BIOGRAPHY: Years to Remember Watkins Centennial book lists A.S.'s mother as Mary Kippel. (1925 Iowa Census has his mother's name spelled "Kliple" on Film # 1429210.
The following biographical material is copied from Years to Remember Centennial Book, page 150:
"A.S. Kimm farmed the place bought by his father on the west edge of Watkins for two years before he married Caroline Schneider in 1881, who with her parents migrated from Morgan County, Ohio in about 1861 to a home east of the Ervin Schmuecker residence in Iowa County. (Caroline is a sister of Emma Schneider who married Justus Heinrich Kimm 1.7) "Gus" and Caroline Schneider had two sons - Ira A. and Frank. Frank died with pneumonia on February 14, 1885.
In 1889 they moved to the east edge of their farm which made them.on the west edge of Watkins. They rented their farm ground to Bill Martin. Gus Kimm owned the land that extended the whole mile from railroad to the Mineard Smith land. The school was included in this. In those days, house moving was a common practice. A,S. moved his farm house to the corner lot west of Watkins Savings Bank. He then built the large home just north of the railroad on the west side of the road in 1900.
A.S. Kimm formed A.S. Kimm & Son Livestock Buying and Selling firm in Watkins which lasted until 1912. He also helped organize Watkins Savings Bank, and was a director for over forty years.
Ira, his only living son, attended Cedar Rapids business college and completed this course at age 14. On August 30, 1905, he married Laura M. Moeller, daughter of the Henry Moellers, Blairstown. They had six children. Two sons, Ora and Earl, were born in Watkins. In 1911 they moved to Blairstown. There a daughter, Helen, was born. In 1912 they moved to Blairstown and Ire started buying livestock. Three more children were born: Irene, Ross and Arlene. The father, Ira, died of influenza during World War I on October 24, 1918. Irene died in infancy.
A.S. Kimm and wife (grandparents) then moved to Blairstown in the spring of 1919 to help their daughter-in-law, Laura, with their son's five children. On June 3, 1920, Laura died leaving grandchildren for the A.S. Kimms to care for. The youngest, Arlene, was given to Mrs. P. A. Snow of Keystone. She was a sister of Laura. The other four were kept together by the grandparents. The grandmother died in 1943." http://www.kimm.org/henrykimm/August_Silas.htm 
Kimm, Augustus Silas (I1432)
 
367 BIOGRAPHY: Chirung (Doctor/Barber)

SOURCES_MISC:
1. Family group sheet Compiled by Jessie Waldo 1989 (In possession of Julie Tarbert Petersen)
Note on family group: Information obtained from Charlene Hansen - Marriage Date. (She wrote a book "The Bausch Family - Beginning with Pilipp Bausch" FHL 929.273 B328 or FHL film # 2055568 item 5. Copy in possession of Chris & Julie Tarbert Petersen)

1867 they settled in Illinois near TayloRidger Ridge, Edgington and Reynolds. Later they lived in Wisconsin and in Iowa. They also lived at Leigh, NE. They homesteaded north of Atkinson, NE. Philipp signed his Homestead Papers in 1885. One Family Group Sheet compiled by Vera Tarbert, information received from Hap & Eileen Tarbert, Carol Spencer, Luciele Tarbert



BIRTH: Lutheran church records of Laudenbach, Baden, Germany FHL Microfilm # 1,192,193 page 63

CHRISTENING: Lutheran church records of Laudenbach, Baden, Germany - FHL Microfilm # 1,192,193 page 63

DEATH: Lutheran church records of Laudenbach, Baden, Germany - FHL Microfilm # 1,192,193 page 63 
Bausch, Adam (I400)
 
368 BIOGRAPHY: Citizen & Cobbler Lutheran Weckel, Johann Hartmann (I1464)
 
369 BIOGRAPHY: Conf in 1826 Kirsch, Catharina Elisabetha (I2042)
 
370 BIOGRAPHY: Conf in 1830 Kirsch, Margaretha (I2043)
 
371 BIOGRAPHY: Evang. Reformed Church. Heid sometimes spelled Heyd.

CONFLICT: Is this date for the birth or Christening and is it in Mauer or Bammental. Note on family group sheet "recorede in Bammenthal.

DEATH: Age 74 years 10 month 19 days old
Evang. reformed

CHRISTENING: Evang. reformed

BIOGRAPHY: Evang. Reformed Church. Heid sometimes spelled Heyd.

CONFLICT: Is this date for the birth or Christening and is it in Mauer or Bammental. Note on family group sheet "recorede in Bammenthal.

DEATH: Age 74 years 10 month 19 days old
Evang. reformed

CHRISTENING: Evang. reformed 
Heid, Elisabetha (I2008)
 
372 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1679)
 
373 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I90)
 
374 BIOGRAPHY: He is called Dick Bell, James Richard (I22)
 
375 BIOGRAPHY: Henry married Mary Ann Williams 10 June 1845 in Undy, England. He lived in the United States and in Canada. Henry was shown in the 1860 Census, but not the 1870 Census. We assume he died in that 10 year period. Wisconsin Census Records of Freedom, Crawford County.
Died in Wisconsin. Henry's younger sister Mary married a man with the Williams surname; it is not known if he was a relative of Henry's wife Mary Ann.

BIOGRAPHY: Lived in the United States. He married in England, died in Wisconsin.

Henry married Mary Ann Williams 10 June 1845 in Undy, England. He lived in the United States and in Canada. Henry was shown in the 1860 Census, but not the 1870 Census. We assume he died in that 10 year period. Wisconsin Census Records of Freedom, Crawford County.
Died in Wisconsin. Henry's younger sister Mary married a man with the Williams surname; it is not known if he was a relative of Henry's wife Mary Ann. 
Lawrence, Henry (I158)
 
376 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I56)
 
377 BIOGRAPHY: Justus Kimm immigrated to the United States in 1853 at the age of fourteen with his brother, Silas, and his sister, Alice. They went to Cedarville, New York in Herkimer County. Justus worked as a farm hand until he enlisted in the Civil War after becoming a United States citizen in 1860. He enlisted in 1861 in Company G, 34th Regiment, of the 2nd New York Volunteers under Col. James Suiter. He served two years in the war and fought in battles at Antietam, Fredericksburg and the first Fair Oaks.
In 1865 he moved to Benton County, Iowa, along with other members of his family. He married Emma Schneider on December 26, 1866. A member of the family said he saw Emma sitting in a pew with her family when he attended church and said, "Now, there is the girl I'm going to marry."
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BIOGRAPHY: <../images/99a.jpg>Seventeen children were born to Emma and Gus. Gus delivered all of them. He was assisted by Mayme after she became old enough to help. Sixteen of the children survived to become adults, Dehlia, the seventeenth child, died of diphtheria at the age of five.
Emma and Gus farmed for nineteen years on a farm northeast of Norway and then moved to land northeast of Blairstown. They lived on this farm twenty-five years. Gus was a member of the Benton County Board of Supervisors from 1887 to 1893.
Pioneer spirit and the desire to help provide farms for his nine sons led Gus to sell his Benton County land and move to Beadle County, South Dakota, where he and his sons purchased 3,000 acres of land. Most of his children also located in the area. His son, Martin, became a member of the South Dakota legislature. When the depression hit the area, family members began returning to Benton County, Iowa. Gus and Emma returned to Blairstown in 1930.
Gus was a law-abiding citizen. While serving on the Benton County Board of Supervisors, he is credited with discovering a financial scandal and helping to send the offenders to prison. When prohibition became law, he immediately refused any liquor. He never drank again.
He predicted he would die on his ninety-second birthday - and he did. He had planned his funeral and made all the arrangements. His wife, Emma aged 86, died two months later. She was tired and it wasn't much fun living without him.

BIOGRAPHY: http://kimm.org/justusheinrichkimm/index.htm 
Kimm, Justus Heinrich (I1434)
 
378 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1932)
 
379 Biography: List of Ex-Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, Living in Lowa. Printed by the order of the General Assembly. Approved April 5, 1884. Des Moines, Iowa PG# -113 Name -Swick, H.C. Rank - Private, CO -C, Unit -132d Illinois Inf., Post Office - Van Horn, County Benton Co. Comments: Hudson C Swick Note: Watkins is listed in the book as the"Present Post Office Address" The book can be viewed at google books- Benton County Iagenweb Project http://iagenweb.org/benton/1885_soldiers/p_y.htm

CENSUS: 1880 Iowa, Benton County, St Clair Township, Watkins, 1 June 1880, Enumeration Dist. No 37, page 7. Viewed online @ ancestry.com
Swick Hudson, W, M 33, M, Carpenter, New York, New Jersey, New York
Laura, W, F, 28, Wife, M, Keeping house, Ohio
Thomas, W, M, 4, Son, Iowa, New York, Ohio
Herbert, W, M, 2, Son, Iowa, New York, Ohio
1885 Iowa State Census Saint Clair Township, Benton, Iowa FHL film # 1021441 page 300
69, 69, Swick, Hudson C., Township 82, Range 10, Section 26, Residence -Town of Watkins,age 39
(In 1884), male, white, Carpenter, Birth place - New York, Subject to Miltary duty - Yes, Entitled to vote
- yes
Laurah, 35 (in1884), Female, Wife, Ohio, Both parentage Foreign
Thomas, 9 (in 1884) Male, Single, Child, Born in Benton County, Iowa
Herbert, 7 (in 1884) Male, Single, Child, Born in Benton County, Iowa
Corah "0" (in 1884 Note: "If born in 1884 write 0") Female, Single, Child, Born in Benton County, Iowa
Shneider, Regina 60 (in 1884) Female, , Born in Germany,Both parentage Foreign
Note: There was a summary after the Saint Clair Township section, I hereby certify that the foregoing is an accurate
copy of the census of the population of the Township of Saint Clair dated April 3, 1885 in Watkins.
Sign by H. C. Swick Assessor
Total number of males 415
Total number of females 365
Total number of persons entitled to vote 181
Total number of militia 114
Total number of foreigners not naturalized 77
Total number betgween five and tgwentgy one years of age 302
1900 Iowa, Benton County , St Clair Township, 13 Jun 1900. T623 Roll 417 Page 215 Viewed and copy online @ HeritageQuest online.com
Swick Hudson C., Head, W, M, Sept 1845, 54, M, 30,New York, New York, New York, Carpenter, O, F. H
Laura, Wife, W, F, Feb 1850, 50, M,30, 8, 2, Ohio, Germany, Germany
Thomas, Son, W, M, Oct 1875, 24, S, Iowa, New York, Ohio, Carpenter

BURIAL: Mounds Cemetery Index FHL film 1906918 St. Claire Twp., Benton Co., IA
Swick, H. C. 1845 - 1922
Laura 1850 - 1937
Huson Co. C. 132 ILL. Inf
Ida dau of H. C. & L. b. May 30, 1889 d. Nov. 7, 1897
Harvey L. son of H. C. & L. d. Jan 13, 1872 age 2 yrs 9 mo 13 days
George E. son of H. C. & L. d. Feb 26, 1874 age 1 yrs 2 mos 9 days
Infant dau of H.C. & L. d. Feb 13, 1882
Cora M. dau of H. C. & L. d. Nov. 28, 1890 age 6 mos & 12 
Swick, Hudson Calhoun (I1433)
 
380 BIOGRAPHY: Lived 78 years Prosson, Jane (I155)
 
381 BIOGRAPHY: Lived at Marshalltown, Iowa

CENSUS: 1880 Census - Ancestry.com, Year: 1880; Census Place: St. Clair, Benton, Iowa; Roll: T9_327; Family History Film: 1254327; Page: 301C; Enumeration Di.
Has Marital Status is "S".

CENSUS: 1900 US Marshalltown, Marshall, Iowa, ED 121, p. 8, June 6, 1900 , HeritageQuest Online
Schneider, Louis, Head, W M, Sept 1853, 46, M 21, , , Ohio, Germany, Germany
Flora, wife, W, F, June 1857
George, son
Earl L, son
Evvie, daughter
Gertrude, daughter
Clara, daughter
Catherine, daughter 
Schneider, Louis (I1424)
 
382 BIOGRAPHY: Lives in Mauer. Farmer Heid, Johann Friedrich (I2021)
 
383 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1995)
 
384 BIOGRAPHY: master butcher Weckel, Hans Georg (I1505)
 
385 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I23)
 
386 BIOGRAPHY: Moved to Zuzenhausen Kirsch, Maria Susanna (I2973)
 
387 BIOGRAPHY: Ohmart and Edith Were raised by their Henderson grandparents at Enid, Oklahoma. Bausch, Edith E. (I890)
 
388 BIOGRAPHY: Ohmart and Edith Were raised by their Henderson grandparents at Enid, Oklahoma. Bausch, Ohmart Glen (I935)
 
389 BIOGRAPHY: The following biographical material is copied from Years to Remember Watkins Centennial Book, page 150:
"A.S. Kimm farmed the place bought by his father on the west edge of Watkins for two years before he married Caroline Schneider* in 1881, who with her parents migrated from Morgan County, Ohio in about 1861 to a home east of the Ervin Schmuecker residence in Iowa County. (See Note below) (Caroline is a sister of Emma Schneider who married Justus Heinrich Kimm 1.7) "Gus" and Caroline Schneider had two sons - Ira A. and Frank. Frank died with pneumonia on February 14, 1885.
In 1889 they moved to the east edge of their farm which made them.on the west edge of Watkins. They rented their farm ground to Bill Martin. Gus Kimm owned the land that extended the whole mile from railroad to the Mineard Smith land. The school was included in this. In those days, house moving was a common practice. A,S. moved his farm house to the corner lot west of Watkins Savings Bank. He then built the large home just north of the railroad on the west side of the road in 1900.
A.S. Kimm formed A.S. Kimm & Son Livestock Buying and Selling firm in Watkins which lasted until 1912. He also helped organize Watkins Savings Bank, and was a director for over forty years.
Ira, his only living son, attended Cedar Rapids business college and completed this course at age 14. On August 30, 1905, he married Laura M. Moeller, daughter of the Henry Moellers, Blairstown. They had six children. Two sons, Ora and Earl, were born in Watkins. In 1911 they moved to Blairstown. There a daughter, Helen, was born. In 1912 they moved to Blairstown and Ire started buying livestock. Three more children were born: Irene, Ross and Arlene. The father, Ira, died of influenza during World War I on October 24, 1918. Irene died in infancy.
A.S. Kimm and wife (grandparents) then moved to Blairstown in the spring of 1919 to help their daughter-in-law, Laura, with their son's five children. On June 3, 1920, Laura died leaving grandchildren for the A.S. Kimms to care for. The youngest, Arlene, was given to Mrs. P. A. Snow of Keystone. She was a sister of Laura. The other four were kept together by the grandparents. The grandmother died in 1943."
http://kimm.org/henrykimm/August_Silas.htm
[Note: Hazelle Keir, schoolteacher and artist, was born September 8, 1907 in the town of Nemaha, in Sac County, Iowa. Upon graduation from high school she taught in a rural school for one year and then attended Iowa State University from which she received a bachelor’s degree in 1931. She married Ervin J. Schmuecker in 1932; together they farmed, raised Angus livestock, and reared three children. Schmuecker taught school in Blairstown, Iowa for six years and Norway, Iowa for fourteen years, retiring in 1972. http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/iwa/findingaids/html/SchmueckerHazelle.htm]

CENSUS: 1870 Florence Township, Iowa County, Iowa (Post Office Blairstown) 9 Aug 1870 M593 Roll: 376 Page: 97 Viewed and copy online @ HeritageQuest online.com
Harper Wm Y, 37, M, W, Grain Dealer, 5000, 2000, Ills,
Harper Emily E., 26, F, W, Keeping House, Wis,
Harper Willie H, 10, M, W,Ills
Harper Grace M, 6, F, W, Iowa
Harper James L, 4, M, W, Iowa
Harper Jessie, 10/12, M, W, Iowa, Sept
Snyder Caroline, 19, F, W, Domestic Svt., Ohio Note: Parents foreign Birth.
Swick H. C., 24, M, W, Farmer, 0, 800, Ills 
Schneider, Caroline (I1425)
 
390 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1902)
 
391 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1399)
 
392 BIOGRAPHY: Went by the name of Dale. Smith, Edward Dale (I373)
 
393 BIOGRAPHY: World War 1 Draft Registration Cards, 1917- 1918, Viewed online @ ancestry.com
Serial Number 1717, Order Number A106
Thomas Wilbur Swick.
Permament Home adress: Blairstown, Benton Iowa, Age: 42, Date of Birth: 4 October 1875,
Present Occupation: Carpenter, Employer's Name: Jas. Park & Co, Place of Employment: Guermany, Poweslick, Iowa, Height: Medium, Build: Medium, Color of Eyes: Blue Color of Hair: Blonde
Nearest Relative: Verda m. Swick - Wife, Blairstown Benton, Iowa Date of Registration: 12 Sept 1918 
Swick, Thomas Wilbur (I1944)
 
394 BIOGRAPHY: World War 1 Draft Registration Cards, 1918, Registration Location: Marshall County, Iowa; Roll: 1643154; Draft Board: 0. View on-line @ anccestry.com
Lester Robert Roupe; Marshall, Iowa; Birth Date: 7 Apr 1898, Age 20; Permanent Home Address: 110 W Lincoln Marshalltown, Marshall, Iowa; Serial Number 3599, Order Number 2728: White; Native Born U.S. Citizen; Present Occupation: Grocery Clerk; Employer's Name: Roy H. Spratt; Place of Business: 311 So 3rd Ave, Marshalltown, Marshall, Iowa; Near Relative: Katherine Roupe [mother] at the same address as his permanet home address. Hight: Medium; Build: Medium; Eyes and Hair: Brown: Date of Registration Sept 12, 1918 
Roupe, Lester Robert (I2216)
 
395 Birth 197? Tarbert, Bruce (I337)
 
396 Birth ? (of) Athens Twp., Harrison, OH

Age32 in 1850

Sara Ann Dugan father - Joseph Dugan, - American born Penn? New York?
Sara Ann Dugan mother- Hexworth -German born
General Winfield Scott's mother was sister of Joseph Dugan
On one family record Sarah Dugan was thought of have been born in Nelson county, Kentucky? 
Dugan, Elizabeth (I923)
 
397 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I51)
 
398 Birth place Nottingham TWP
Buried Saltese Cemetery

? Greenacres, Spokane, WA

This information for this family group sheet was obtained from Ruth Greenlee 
Tarbert, Laura Belle (I244)
 
399 Birth place Nottingham TWP? Tarbert, Frank Joseph (I247)
 
400 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3228)
 

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