2 edition of Coop family, early settlers in Jefferson County, Iowa. found in the catalog.
Coop family, early settlers in Jefferson County, Iowa.
Ralph E. Davison
|LC Classifications||CS71.C7766 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||79104256|
Early Settlers of Woodbury County, Iowa Leave a Comment / Woodbury County / By Dennis Partridge In May , Theophile Brughier, a native of Canada, but of French descent, settled at the mouth of the Big Sioux River, about two miles above where Sioux City now stands. origin The Cooper surname is English: occupational name for a maker and repairer of wooden vessels such as barrels, tubs, buckets, casks, and vats, from Middle English couper, cowper (apparently from Middle Dutch kūper, a derivative of kūp ‘tub’, ‘container’, which was borrowed independently into English as coop). The prevalence of the surname, its cognates, and equivalents bears.
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Get this from a library. The Coop family, early settlers in Jefferson County, Iowa. [Ralph E Davison]. Of the settlers who came in the spring ofthe following are still in the county: Alfred Wright, Noah Wright, William G. Coop, John Huff and George W.
Troy. Some of the others are dead and some have removed to other parts. Daniel Morris still resides in Locust Grove. HISTORY OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, IOWA, Western Iowa. book Company, Chicago: The Coop family, early settlers in Jefferson County, Iowa by Ralph E Davison (Book) 2 editions published between and in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
The COPELAND / RIDER families of Jefferson County by: n/a, pub. CREES - COPPERSMITH n/a Early settlers of Jefferson County by: STEWART, Mary, pub. n/a CRILE family history by: n/a, pub. The CRILE family reunions, by: YEOMAN, Ann Weenike, pub.
Ancestors and Story of Isaac CRUMLY, Pleasant Plain, IA. The Coop family, early settlers in Jefferson County, Iowa Ralph E. Davison Jefferson County (Iowa) People. Barlow family, Campbell family, Charlotte Times.
None found. Prolific Authors. who have written the most books on this subject. John D. Hix, 1 book Ralph E. Davison, 1 book Raleigh Barlowe, 1 book. Lists. watch for edits or export. Chapter IV Early Settlers. Joseph Barnett, the Pioneer of Jefferson County - The Arrival of the First White Men—Building of the First Saw-Mill - Death of Coop family Barnett - The Lone Grave on Mill Creek - The Barnett Family - More Settlers Come into the Wilds - Recollections of Mrs.
Sarah Graham. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of The Perryman family, The Coop family, early settlers in Jefferson County, Iowa, The McConnell family, The McCart family, Edward R.
Davison family. The first settler to be born (July ) in what became Jefferson County was William Coop, son of Col. Coop. Enough settlers had moved into this territory by that the Territory of Iowa was approved by Congress on Jhaving been created from the Wisconsin Territory, which, in turn, had been created from land acquired in as part of the Louisiana Purchase.
The history of Jefferson County, Iowa, containing a history of the county, its cities, towns, &c., a biographical directory of citizens, war records of its volunteers in the late rebellion, general and local statistics, portraits of early settlers and prominent men, history of the Northwest, history of : Zadock Casey Family, came to Jefferson county in the spring of and reared a cabin in Shiloh township.
William Maxey Family, arrived in Jefferson county in John Johnson Family, arrived in Jefferson county in Dr. John Watson, came to Jefferson county in Downing Baugh came early to Jefferson county.
Iowa Territory became Iowa, the 29th state on 28 Decemberby which point 44 counties were in existence. The first two, Des Moines County and Dubuque County, were created in when Iowa was still part of the Michigan Territory. pioneers of the county.
By Hon. ISAAC L. HUNT Prior to the close of the 18th century this portion of the State of New York was an unknown solitude, covered by a forest of immense growth of trees whose limbs had waved in the breeze of Lake Ontario from primeval times.
A FTER the death of Dubuque, the first white man known to have made a home in the limits of Iowa was Chevalier Marais, a scion of the French nobility and an adherent of Louis XVI. When the French Revolution swept over his country and the lives of the nobility were in danger, Marais fled to America and for twenty-two years was a wanderer of the west.
Home Page - Jefferson County Board of Supervisors. This website brought to you by the County Supervisors. Jefferson County, located in southeastern Iowa, has a population of 17, It is governed by a Board of Supervisors.
The County Seat is Fairfield, Iowa. Click on About Supervisors to learn about the County Board of Supervisors. It is likely that some early families, including the Burchfiels and Russells, were living in the Cherokee territory south of the French Broad River at the time the first settlers arrived in present-day Jefferson County.
No records have been found to substantiate their arrival in the county. History of Clayton County, Iowa: from the earliest historical times down to the present: including a genealogical and biographical record of many representative families, prepared from data obtained from original sources of information by Price, Realto EPages: By MARY WEAVER.
RIPPEY, Iowa, Sept. 13, – The first white settlers in Greene County, Truman and Mary Davis, arrived about this time years ago – in October of Historical documents available at our Greene County Historical Museum in Jefferson say the Davises brought their six children, ranging in age from 2 to 16, and traveled in a prairie schooner pulled by a yoke of oxen.
An informative and historical overview of Jefferson County, Kansas including three separate sections on one CD which include 10 historical maps (,(2),and ) showing the locations of 36 settlements; plus the full Portrait and Biographical Album of Jackson, Jefferson and Pottawatomie Counties.
Jackson County lies on the Mississippi River, and forms a connecting link between the counties of Dubuque and Clinton. It was organized in by act of the Territorial Legislature of Wisconsin. The first county officers were the following: W. Warren, Sheriff; John Rowe, Recorder; J. Moss, County Judge; William Morden, William Jones and.
From to Jefferson was attached to Gage County for judicial purposes, during which time there was several important criminal cases of this county tried in Gage. The Otoe Indian Reservation cut off twenty-four square mile from the southeast corner of the county, but was about the first land of that Reservation sold to actual settlers.
Jefferson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Iowa. As of the census, the population The county seat is Fairfield. The county was formed in Januaryand was named after President Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson County comprises the Fairfield, IA Micropolitan Statistical Area.
Major highways. Adjacent ssional district: 2nd.Early Years. Beforewhen Boone County was organized, its history was Iowa’s history. The first Europeans known to set foot in what later became Iowa were the French explorers Louis Joliet and Father Jacques Marquette, who traveled down the Mississippi River in the summer of and visited Native American villages on the river’s western shore.Early Settlers of Iowa Came to Iowa between and By Christopher A.
Meek. Following is a collection of genealogies about families named Meek(s) who were early settlers in Iowa.
These are based in part on my own research. However, not all information is documented. The earlest settlers came from Ohio and Indiana.