Lyon County, Minnesota

Posted Queries for December 1998 thru May 1999

FOX, GROW posted by Marlys Fox on Friday, December 25, 1998

I am looking for any connections to Henrietta GROW and Albert FOX. They were married in Lind,Mn in 1871 and had a son Clarence FOX in 1872 also in Lind,Mn.

MARTIN posted by Tomi McIntosh on Wednesday, January 13, 1999

Lewis & Sarah (Stagg) MARTIN in Marshall, Lyon Co. MN. between 1880 (possibly earlier)& 1910 when they moved to Montana. Their sons were Elmer Lewis b. 1881, Delbert b. 1890, Harry, Roy b. 1900 and Arthur b. 1905. Any info on this family would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Tomi McIntosh

ASSCHE, VAN, VANASEKA, VANASSCHE posted by Jeff Halleux on Wednesday, January 13, 1999

VANASSCHE, VAN ASSCHE, VANASEKA Vanassche Prosper Emile born 24.06.1872 Belgium, Bellegem Left 01.09.1913 for Minneota Got married with Irma ??? who died in ?.?.1923 Had 4 children Agnes, 1915 ,Albert 1917, Anna 1919, Elie 1921 Maybe living in Canada since 1924.

BURNS posted by Shelley Nielsen on Saturday, January 16, 1999

I am looking for the cemtery records on August Wilhelm BURNS(Originally Bjorn). He died 3 Mar 1945 at age 68, I believe in Balaton MN. His father John Burns (Jon Jonsson Bjorn) may also be buried there. I don't have a date for him. I would appreciate any help you can offer me. Shelley Nielsen

SANOW posted by Vicki Sanow on Tuesday, February 2, 1999

I would like to exchange family data with anyone researching the SANOW name in Lyon County. My husband's great-grandfather, Wilhelm Friedrich (William) SANOW (1847-1908), of Chicago IL, may have had relatives who settled in Minnesota and Iowa. A current telephone search has found SANOW families in the Marshall, Jasper, Lewiston, Minneota, Fulda, Tracy, Slayton, Mankato, Lynd, and Garvin areas.

FURGESON posted by Pearl Koontz on Friday, March 5, 1999

FURGESON, Seeking anyone with knowledge of a Furgeson family arriving in Lyon County in the late 1800's. Mother's name was Helen, who had 12 children.

SCHMUHL, SCHMUHLE, SMUHL posted by Larry Eugene Looby on Tuesday, March 23, 1999

SMUHL Looking for all information on Fred W. Smuhl of Tauton MN. possible original spelling of surname SCHMUHL or SCHMUHLE. Fred possibly Frederick Wilhelm Smuhl was a Postmaster in tauton and co owner of Feed mill as well as store owner. After suicide, burial location unknown. Please help.

FREDRICKS, FRIEDRICK, MELWENSON, MILWENSON, YORK posted by Gene Fredricks on Thursday, April 8, 1999

YORK, MELWENSON, MILWENSON, FRIEDRICK, FREDRICKS My Great Great Grandmother, Isabell Elizabeth Milwenson was married to a Phillip Friedrick, 10 Aug 1874 in Chicago. They had a son Henry Gilbert, who had the name Friedrick at the time of christening in 1877. During the Spanish-American War, Henry sent a letter to his mother, I.E. York, PO Box 180 Tracy, Minn. At sometime between 1877 and 1898, I am assuming that my Great Great Grandmother remarried to a York, since this is the name my grandfather, Henry Gilbert used when he enlisted in the military. However when he married he took the name Fredricks. I am looking for any information, since to my knowledge there were no other children, other than Henry Gilbert.

PLAGEMAN posted by E. White on Friday, May 7, 1999

I am looking for death information for the following names; PLAGEMAN, Henrietta, born about 1820, died 1897-1900? PLAGEMAN, Louis, born about 1824, died 1900-1905? Their homes were likely in Yellow Medicine Co. at the time of their death, but I have been unable to find death information in that county for them, so I am wondering if it was likely that they may have gone to a larger town in Lyon Co. for medical treatment, and then died in Lyon Co. Would this seem possible?? Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated. 1900, Louis enumerated in Florida Township, Yel. Med. Co. 1901, family living in Oshkosh Township 1907, family living in Norman Township

DILLMAN posted by James E Dillman on Saturday, May 15, 1999

DILLMAN; My GPs, George Christopher DILLMAN and Christy Margaret Kennedy DILLMAN, were, I think, married in Lyon County and , after living in Mpls, are buried in Marshall Cem (in 1917) along with other DILLMAN siblings. What other info exists in Lyon Co about my family?

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