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Re: Noah Klinefelter/Mary Snook
Posted by: TED HOGUE (ID *****7972) Date: April 03, 2010 at 08:53:02
In Reply to: Noah Klinefelter/Mary Snook by Terry Klinefelter of 282

Sorry to be a bit late responding. I have also searched for Noan Klinefelter to no avail. I have checked with the Corydon courthouse and library (Wayne County, Iowa) and there is no newspaper for the period 1870-1880. I was going to search this paper for a 10 year period to see if Klinefelter was mentioned. Noah was there in 1870, and died before 1880. Mary Snook Klinefelter probably died in Corydon, also, after 1880.

I was in touch with a gg-granddaughter (Sonia) of Noah (through Peter). She had a hand-written and "old" typed paper that gave people and dates and was prepared by her g-grandfather. It included all of Peter's line and included scriptures with each death and so forth. Follmer and Koller are two of the surnames listed, along with Noah and the date of his marriage to Mary Snook. I believe that Noah's father was John (b. 17 Mar 1774) and his mother was Marguret Koller (b. 1776 in PA). I also have a lot of info on most of Noah's children as well as the Snooks and Shelps. Newspaper articles concerning Isaac's son John Mark also.

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