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Larry Anderson - Families and Individuals

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Annabelle (Bell) DOLSON

[Brderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #1067, Date of Import: Sep 19, 1998]

Moved to Colorado and adopted two children.


Ellen (Nellie) DOLSON

Line in Record @I0891@ (RIN 1123) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
ALIA /NELLIE/


[Brderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #1067, Date of Import: Sep 19, 1998]

Had three boys and one girl by Miles Rooup.   They must have divorced as she moved to Oshkosh, NE, and married a Fred Wallace and had two girls by him.


Ellen (Nellie) DOLSON

Line in Record @I0891@ (RIN 1123) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
ALIA /NELLIE/


[Brderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #1067, Date of Import: Sep 19, 1998]

Had three boys and one girl by Miles Rooup.   They must have divorced as she moved to Oshkosh, NE, and married a Fred Wallace and had two girls by him.


John Austin DOLSON

[Brderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #1067, Date of Import: Sep 19, 1998]

Reported to have been in the Civil War and the War With Mexico (?).


Stephen DOLSON

[Brderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #1067, Date of Import: Sep 19, 1998]

Quote from obituary (newspaper and date unknown):

                           " DEATH OF THE VENERABLE STEPHEN
                                                     DOLSON

Another of the early pioneers has departed.  Mr.  Dolson came to Dubuque county in 1840, and made a home as a farmer in that year in Concord township.  He was born in Stuben county, New York, in 1792, and hence was in his eighty-fifth year.  After a residence of seventeen years only a few miles from Dubuque, he removed to Franklin county in order to secure more land for his sons.  He resided there, about five miles from Geneva, until the time of his death, last week.  He was the father of twenty children, fifteen of whom are still living.  His middle life was passed in Monroe, Illinois, and Perry county, Missouri.  In the former county our fellow citizen, Wm. J. Dolson was born.
His grand children and great grand children swell the number of his living descendants to more than thirty.  He was a well known and highly respected citizen, and after a long and useful life his memory is preserved in the kind recollections of a large family and hundreds of personal friends, heighbors and aquaintances.

He was an old soldier and served in the war of 1812, under Capt. Henshaw, and was an honorable pensioner up to the time of his death."
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From the Book:  INDEX to WAR of 1812 PENSION FILES
                                             VOL. 1: A - F
                           TRANSCRIBED BY VIRGIL D. WHITE

Page 602:  "Stpehen, Lucinda (Taylor) (1st h Tucker) 3rd wife, C-29241,SC-5114, m 23 Apr 1838 Perryville MO, wd 11 Aug 1876 Geneva IA, srv Henshaw's & Wyley Martin's Co's 5th subsequently 3rd US Inf, live Dubuque & Hardin Ctys IA, wid also lived Delaware Cty IA & Mason City IA, 1st wife Elizabeth (James) 2nd wife Maria (Hutchins)a"
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Reported to have been in the Civil War and the War With Mexico (?).


Sarah Elizabeth JAMES

[Brderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #1067, Date of Import: Sep 19, 1998]

BORN IN MARYLAND.

Was of French descent; supposedly did not speak any English.

She and her husband lived in Missouri before moving to Iowa.


Stephen DOLSON

[Brderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #1067, Date of Import: Sep 19, 1998]

Reported to have been in the Civil War and the War With Mexico (?).


Marriage Notes for John Kennedy and Annabell -170223

Line in Record @F0399@ (MRIN 532) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
EVEN

Line in Record @F0399@ (MRIN 532) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
_FA1


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