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History of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. From materials in the public archives, the Iowa Historical Society's collection, the newspapers and data of personal interviews, also containing sketches of representative citizens (Volume 2)

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History of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. From materials in the public archives, the Iowa Historical Society's collection, the newspapers and data of personal interviews, also containing sketches of representative citizens (Volume 2)

History of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. From materials in the public archives, the Iowa Historical Society's collection, the newspapers and data of personal interviews, also containing sketches of representative citizens (Volume 2)

Fonte : Internet Archive

History of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. From materials in the public archives, the Iowa Historical Society's collection, the newspapers and data of personal interviews, also containing sketches of representative citizens (Volume 2)

History of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. From materials in the public archives, the Iowa Historical Society's collection, the newspapers and data of personal interviews, also containing sketches of representative citizens (Volume 2)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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The daughter, Lena, is now Mrs. De Buhr.


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August 18, 1868, son of Jonathan Henry and Maria (Kamboldt) De Neut, the latter an adopted daughter of the late


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Judge Withy of Grand Rapids. Jonathan H. De Neut was born in Canada, of French-Canadian parents. He was by trade


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In 1892, at Mason City, Mr. De Neut married Miss Lottie


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RICHARD H. DE NEUT.


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great-imcles. By his present wife Mr. De Neut has three children : Charlotte Ethel Lynne, born February 5,


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Mrs. De Neut died at Mason City, in 1898, leaving one child, Clair Whittier, bom