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History of Crawford County, Iowa, a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement (Volume 2)

History of Crawford County, Iowa, a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

History of Crawford County, Iowa, a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement (Volume 2)

History of Crawford County, Iowa, a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

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and Annie, the wife of Rudolph Meyer, also of Chicago.


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united in marriage to Miss Eliza Meyer, who was born at Oldenburg, Germany, March 14, 1853, a daughter of Christ


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14, 1853, a daughter of Christ and Margaret (Choringer) Meyer. Her parents were both natives of Germany and her father


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of October, 1889, to Miss Minnie Meyer, a daughter of Adolph and Catherine (Voglepohl) Meyer. She is the eldest of


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Minnie Meyer, a daughter of Adolph and Catherine (Voglepohl) Meyer. She is the eldest of the seven children born to


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united in marriage to Miss Edith B. Meyer, who was born at Denison, Iowa, July 21, 1876, a daughter of


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21, 1876, a daughter of August and Henrietta (Harder) Meyer, who were born, reared and married in Germany. They emigrated


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3, 1867, a son of Adolph and Katrina (Vogelpohl) Meyer, both of whom were born in Germany. The father came


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settled on a farm wdiich Mr. Meyer had previously i)urchased in Charter Oak township, Crawford county, and here he continued


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AUGUST MEYER.


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be seen in the county. Mr. Meyer is a director of the German Savings Bank at Kicketts, Iowa, and is


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27, 1883, a son of Adolph and Katrina (Vogelpohl) Meyer, both of whom were natives of Hanover, Germany. They came


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EDWARD MEYER.


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MR. AND MRS. ADOLPH MEYER


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the 26th of October, 1904, Mr. Meyer was united in marriage to Miss Emma Maas, who was born in Crawford


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William H. Meyer obtained such education as was afforded by the common schools and during


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On June i, 1904, Mr. Meyer was united in marriage to Miss Lena Christiansen, a daughter of Anton and


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died in infancy. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer are the parents of three children, namely: Julius, born January 6, 1905, Elmer,


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county, Emma, the wife of Edward Meyer, also of this county, Alvina, the wife of Henry Rhode, Herman, of Monona


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1874, and a son of Henry and Anna (Meyer) Bennigsdorf, both of whom were born in Germany. The mother died


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February. 1838. a son of Ernest and Louisa (Meyer) Reinking, who spent their entire lives in the fatherland. Twelve children


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county, Iowa, a daughter of Frederick and Caroline (Sieling) Meyer, who were the parents of eight children, as follows: Henry,


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4th of October, 1867, to Miss Lyouisa Meyer, of Cedar county, Iowa, a daughter of Frederick and Caroline (Sieling) Meyer,


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Meyer, Edward 346