Iowa News from across the Country
- 1872 -

New York Times
New York, New York
January 13, 1872

Married.
Gihon-Carney. Jan. 8, at St. Thomas' Church, Sioux City, Iowa, by Rev. George B. Pratt, Mr. Charles Alexander Gihon, son of John Gihon, Esq., of New-York, to Miss Julia Fletcher Carney, daughter of Capt. Wm. Carney, of West Dresden, Me. [or possibly West Dresden, Mo.]

[transcribed by S.F. October 2006]

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Stockton Daily Independent
Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA
Thursday, August 8, 1872

SISTER WANTED -- The Hannibal (Mo.) Clipper requests that the following be made public: “Lucas BROWN of Hannibal, Missouri, wishes the address of his sister Catharine, now supposed to be married. Said sister left Iowa about 18 years ago, in the family of William CHITTENDEN (to whom she was bound) on her way to California, since when no tidings have been obtained from either party. Any information relative to the above will be thankfully received.”

The Miss BROWN alluded to came to California with James H. CHITTENDEN, and not William, as stated above. She is now married, her name being Mrs. WRIGHT, and resides near Stockton, on the Copperopolis road. These facts we learn from Walter A. CHITTENDEN, of this city, who is a nephew of James A.
CHITTENDEN.

[transcribed by D.S., August 2005]

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Salt Lake Herald
Salt Lake City, Utah
August 3, 1872

Local News.
Dr. Conger leaves for his former home in Manchester, Iowa, this morning. He will be absent about a month, and when he returns will bring his family with him, calculating to settle in Utah.

[transcribed by S.F., October 2014]

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Moore's Rural New-Yorker
Rochester, Monroe Co. New York
December 7, 1872

NATIONAL SWINE BREEDERS' CONVENTION. An adjourned meeting held in New York in May last, convened in the rooms of the Indiana State Board of Agriculture, at Indianapolis, on Nov. 20, 1872; and was organized by the election of Dr. A.C. STEPHENSON of Greencastle, Ind., as President and Geo. W. RUST of Chicago, as secretary. The following gentlemen in attendance were enrolled
as delegates:
Iowa.- Dr. Geo SPRAGUE, Des Moines; Prof. Geo. W. JONES & J.P. ROBERTS, State Agricultural College.

[transcribed by S.F. August 2003]

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Lancaster Gazette
Lancaster, Ohio
December 12, 1872

Mary, widow of Henry ALSPACH, died at the residence of her son in Jones County, IOWA on November 24th, aged 69 years and 22 days. She was born in Fairfield County, Ohio, and in 1854, moved with her husband and family to Jones County, Iowa, near Anamosa.

[transcribed by by M.C.C., April 2004]



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