Location: Galva Iowa

1906 Galva Township – Iowa Farmers Directory

Andersen, Adolph Andersen, Carl Andersen, John Andresen, Wm. Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now Baker, H. W. Barn, Louis Berger, Rudolph Beyer, Chris F. Bruggemann, Louis Butler, F. C. Carlberg, Charles Carlberg, John Carlson, Albert Cathcart, F. S. Christensen, Joseph Christiansen, Nels Coder, Geo. Cosgriff, Martin Crowley, N. C. Dau, Hans Davis, Chas. Dibbern, Peter Ebert, Fred Elk, M. M. Ellis, John F. Ficke, Chas. Garrigan, Frank Gebers, Chris Gebers, Fred Gebers, Gus Goettsch, Louis Grenander, Alex Gries, Rudolph Gries, Wm. Grozkruger, Henry Hansen, Jochim Heitman, Jurgen S. Helkenn, Hans Helkenn, Henry Hans, Dan Haller, Sam Hoyt, John Huck, Geo. Huck, Henry C. Husen, Jochim Jacobsen, Charles Jensen, Lars Jensen, Nels Jepsen, Geo. Johannsen, Andrew John, Frank Kitchen, Henry Klausen, L. J. Kuchel, Frank Kuehl, John A. Larsen, Chris Lohff, D. Lundberg, A. H. Lundberg, Joe Lunquist, Gust Meador, Wm. Moore, Geo. Moeller, Julius Murray, Michael Murray, M. S. McCleary, Phil G. Nelson, Albert Nelson, Grant Neville, John Ore, Robert Paulsen, Nick Patton, Adam Peterson, Chas....

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1884 Galva Township – Iowa Farmers Directory

Arnold, George H. Arnold, Grant Arnold, Hugh Arnold, Mary Arnold, Rule Becker, Charlie Becker, Elizabeth Becker, Ernest Becker, Hugo Becker, Nora Becker, Oscar Bishop, T. A. Bossard, Arthur Bossard, Catherine Bossard, Ella Bossard, Fannie Bossard, Giford Bossard, Liander Breitspracher, Albert Breitspracher, Augusta Breitspracher, Carl Breitspracher, Martha Breitspracher, Theresa Bullock, Alice Bullock, Edwin Bullock, Leslie Bullock, Mary J. Bullock, Rhoda Burrows, Anna Burrows, John Burrows, John S. Burrows, Robert Burrows, Robert W. Burrows, Sarah Burrows, Sarah B. Burrows, William Bushman, Hannah Bushman, Henry Bushman, Hillary Bushman, Joseph Bushman, Lowell Bushman, Maggie Bushman, Rosa Butler, Luella Butler, Walter Case, Frank Case, Harry Christopher, John A. Christopher, Joseph Christopher, Mary Christopher, Wm. C. Coder, George Cole, Carl V. Cole, Crowley Cole, Ed Cole, Fern Cole, Flavilla Cole, Flora Collins, Charlie Collins, Emma Collins, Geo. P. Collins, Libbie Collins, Lucy Columbus, Christopher Columbus, Margaret Columbus, William Cook, Catherine Cook, George Corkel, Charlie Corkel, Edward Corkel, Flora Corkel, John Corkel, Nellie Corkel, William Craig, James M. Creasy, Adaline Creasy, Alvah Creasy, Margarette Creasy, Smith Creasy, Stephan Creasy, William Cree, Elizabeth Cree, Joseph M. Cree, Lenora Cree, Mary Cree, Phebe Crowley, Eliza Crowley, G. H. Crowley, Newmant Crowley, Sarah Crowley, Wm. A. Curtis, Emma Curtis, Joe Davis, A. W. Davis, Charles Davis, Clinton Davis, Mabel Davis, Sarah Davis, Thomas Davis, Walter Deal, Hattie Deal, Alma Deal, Edgar Deal, Edna Deal, Estella Deal, James H. Deal,...

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1920 Galva Township, Iowa Farmers Directory

Name Section of Land Albers, Chris 19 Anderson, Carl 35 Anderson, John M. 5 Andresen, Mrs. William 20 Arp,William 13 Barr, May F. 24 Belson, James 21 Beyer, Chris 33 Bochwold, M. F. 22 Bond, Milton 32 Brown, Roy B. 22 Carlberg, Charles 36 Carlberg, John 36 Cathcart, F. S. 23 Cathcart, T. S. 23 Clausen, Peter 32 Coulters 23 Cree, Jos. M. Est. 2 Crowley 1 Dau, Herman 18 Dau, Julius 18 Davis, C. A. 11 Ebert, Fred 26, 35 Elk, M. M. 36 Fisher, Carl 27 Fleming, A.M. & E. H. 24 Gebers, August 31 Gebers, Charles 29 Gebers, Chris 32 Gebers, George 30 Gebers, Henry 19 Gellert, Anne 17 Gellert, Henry 31 Gries, William 28 Goldensupp, Henry 6 Hansen, Jochim 27, 33, 34 Hare, Alfred 3 Heitman, Jurgen 6, 7 Helkenn, Hans 8 Helkenn, Henry 6 Herron, Jesse 25 Houghton, Amy W. 9 Huck, Henry C. 21 Husted, F. W. 2 Irwin 23 Jacques, Harry 34 Jatho, Alice 17 Johannsen, Andrew 31 Johns, G. W. 3 Johnson, Einer 11 Juelfs, Ferdinand 16 Kitchen, H. G. 10 Koth, Carl 14 Kramer, Mrs. Henry 7 Kuehl, J.A. 29 Lease, John E 4 Lohff, Detlef 18, 28 Lindquist, Herman 2 McCleary, Phil G. 13 Moore, Mrs. George 23 Murray, Michael 25, 26 Nordstrom, John C. 19 Otto, John D. 10 Patton, Adam 22 Peterson, Frank O. 2 Radke, Albert...

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1923 Galva Township, Iowa Farmers Directory

Last First & Middle Section Township County State Albers Wm R 19 Galva Ida Iowa Allen Charles 1 Galva Ida Iowa Anderson John M 5 Galva Ida Iowa Anderson Carl A 35 Galva Ida Iowa Andresen Gus 20 Galva Ida Iowa Belson James 21 Galva Ida Iowa Beyer Fred 32 Galva Ida Iowa Beyer Wm 33 Galva Ida Iowa Bockwaldt M F 22 Galva Ida Iowa Brockman W P 10 Galva Ida Iowa Brown Roy B 22 Galva Ida Iowa Bruns George H 34 Galva Ida Iowa Burr Henry 3 Galva Ida Iowa Carlberg Bert 36 Galva Ida Iowa Carlberg Charles 36 Galva Ida Iowa Carlberg Elmer 36 Galva Ida Iowa Carlson John 24 Galva Ida Iowa Cathcart F S 23 Galva Ida Iowa Clausen Peter 32 Galva Ida Iowa Damerow Gustav 5 Galva Ida Iowa Dau Herman 18 Galva Ida Iowa Dau Julius 18 Galva Ida Iowa Doehla Henry 20 Galva Ida Iowa Doehla John H 20 Galva Ida Iowa Ebert O & J 26 Galva Ida Iowa Elk Harold 36 Galva Ida Iowa Gebers August 31 Galva Ida Iowa Gebers Charles 29 Galva Ida Iowa Gebers George 30 Galva Ida Iowa Gebers Henry 19 Galva Ida Iowa Gellert Theo 31 Galva Ida Iowa Goettsch L C 6 Galva Ida Iowa Goldensup Henry 6 Galva Ida Iowa Gries Rudolph 29 Galva Ida Iowa Gries William 28 Galva Ida...

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Nippert, Charles Elsworth – Obituary

Charles Elsworth Nippert, son of George and Sarah Nippert, was born at Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, November 18, 1863, and died at his home in Galva, Iowa, January 5, 1942, having attained the age of 78 years, one month, and 18 days. He came to northwest Iowa in early manhood when it was still raw prairie and a part of the national frontier. At the age of ten years, he came with his parents in a covered wagon. The family settled near Minden in Pottawattamie County, and it was there he grew to manhood. He was married to Elizabeth Hessler of Prairie du Sac on March 4, 1889. They came at once to Iowa and started farming near Shelby, Ia. A year later they came to the Galva, Iowa, vicinity where they continued the occupation of farming. They retired from the farm in 1922 and moved to Galva, where he then made his home. To this union were born four children, two boys and two girls. He was preceded in death by his wife on September 15, 1938, and by his son, Lawrence, on December 11, 1935. Besides raising and caring for his own family, he and his wife took three orphaned nephews, for whom they made a home and cared for as their own. In the home, he was a true and loving husband and a kind father....

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Biographical Sketch of Frank Correll

Frank Ferris Correll was born at Chenoa, Illinois on February 27, 1859. They lived in North Dakota and taught school in Mandan, North Dakota. When they came to Iowa, they came by train to Alta, Iowa. They were met by a bobsled with a pig in the back to keep their feet warm. They were taken to a farm near the Hanover community. They moved to Galva, Iowa, Ida County. He ran a grocery store with the aid of his daughter, Myrtle. Frank Correll often play the fiddle for barn dances in the area. Frank was a 2nd cousin to Charles Correll, who was better known as “Andy” of “Amos and Andy” show on radio. Frank had married Elma J. Correll, and they had one daughter, Myrtle Correll Morris. Myrtle’s mother, Elma, was crippled with arthritis. Myrtle took oil painting lessons so she could teach her mother how to paint. Elma painted many oil pictures and also gave...

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Biographical Sketch of Sydney Cork

Sydney Stephan Cork was born in Hartlip County of Kent in England on July 13, 1890. He had 8 brothers and sisters but only one sister came to America. His parents were John Isaac Cork and Mary Anne Rose Cork. After he completed his 8th grade, he went to work on a farm. At the age of 22, he came to America in the spring of 1913, traveled by ship to New York, and then by train to Galva, Iowa, Ida County. The trip from England to Iowa cost $80, and he earned $28 per month from spring to fall working on area farms. He received $.04 per bushel of corn he picked by hand. He did chores on the farm in the winter months with his pay just “room and board.” On Sundays, he would walk to church, or take a horse and buggy, to attend afternoon and evening services at the Silver Creek church southeast of Galva. In 1914, Florence Agnes Davison came to America. Her parents were William and Martha Baker Davison. She had received her 8 grades of education and then went to work for families in the area. She was born on February 6, 1892 in Stockbury, County of Kent in England. She was the only family member to come to America. She met Sydney Cork and they were married on February 28, 1917...

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Biographical Sketch of R. C. Newland

Mr. & Mrs. R. C. Newland were married March 20, 1856, in Bedford, Indiana, which was also their birth place. Mrs. Newland’s maiden name was Catherine J. Swan and she was born August 17, 1834. Mr. Newland was born Dec. 24, 1836. In 1864, they moved to Galva, Illinois, where they resided until 1881 when they moved to Ida County, Iowa and made their home on a farm near Clarendon. Through the influence of Mrs. B. M. Miller (their daughter) who was born at Galva, Illinois, the name of Clarendon, Iowa, was changed to Galva, Iowa. They had 5 children: James T. Newland, Mrs. C. M. Cole, Mrs. B. M. Miller, Mrs. Charles A. Davis, and John C....

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