- [S995] U.S. Census Kentucky 1840, Jonathan L Crook, Anderson County, 1840, Page 93, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
Jonathan L Crook
male age 30-40: 1
male age 20-30: 1
male age 15-20: 1
male age to 5: 2
female age 20-30: 1
female age 5-10: 1
female age to 5: 1,.
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Bond for William Perry to marry Sarah P Crook of this county, dated December 17, 1846, bondsman Silas F Crook, consent given by brother S F Crook. Marriage return that they were married December 20, 1846 by G L Robertson, min.
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Richard Bohannon and Deborah Pearce married June 25, 1806, bondsman-Wm Pearce.
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Perry, William, age 36, male, farmer, born Kentucky
Perry, Sarah, age 36, female, born Kentucky
Perry, James M, age 12, male, born Kentucky
Perry, Cecil, age 10, female, born Kentucky
Perry, Selesta, age 7, female, born Kentucky
Crook, Martha, age 35, female, born Kentucky,.
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Jonathan Crook, age 42, male, farmer, born Kentucky
Sarah Crook, age 37, female, born Kentucky
Susan Crook, age 17, female, born Kentucky
Calvin Crook, age 15, male, born Kentucky
Elizabeth Crook, age 13, female, born Kentucky
Benjamin Crook, age 10, male, born Kentucky
Robert Crook, age 8, male, born Kentucky
Patsy Crook, age 6, female, born Kentucky
Huldah Crook, age 3, female, born Kentucky,.
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Parry, William, age 26, male, farmer, born Kentucky
Parry, Sally P, age 26, female, born Kentucky
Parry, James M, age 2, male, born Kentucky
Parry, Sessen, age 1/12, male, born Kentucky
Crook, Martha, age 27, female, born Kentucky,.
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Birth: Dec. 8, 1892
Death: Oct. 27, 1955
From The Adams Review, 1955:
Services Held Monday For John Steines
Funeral services were held at Sacred Heart Church in Adams, Monday morning for John Steines, 62, lifetime area resident, who died early Thursday morning in Mercy Hospital at Mason City.
Mr. Steines has been in poor health for several years and had been hospitalized with a heart ailment for about two weeks previous to his death.
The requiem mass was read by Father Schaum and the American Legion conducted military services at the grave. A complete obituary will be published next week.
-----------------------------------------------------------------Obituary of John A. Steines
John A. Steines was born in Sioux City, Iowa of J. B. Steines and Anna Schroeder Steines. Mr. Steines came to Adams with his parents in 1900.
As a young man Mr. Steines served 18 months in the United States Army during World War 1. Most of this time was spent in France.
Mr. Steines was united in marriage with Frances Meyer on October 21, 1919 at St. Peter's Catholic Church at Rose Creek. This union was dissolved by her death on July 10, 1929.
On June 3, 1931 Mr. Steines was united in marriage with Frances Harter of Stratford, Wisconsin. To this union was born four children – Alphonse, Robert, Madeline and Mary Ann.
Mr. Steines was a general contractor in this area until 1940 when his health made it impossible to keep on with this type of work. In 1947 Mr. Steines took over the management of the Adams Municipal Liquor Store. This position he held at the time of his death.
Mr. Steines died at St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Mason City, Iowa on October 27, 1955.
He is survived by his family and three brothers, Math, Eugene and Joseph all of Stratford, Wisconsin and one sister, Elizabeth (Mrs. Frank Lehnertz) of Adams, Minn. One sister Anna (Mrs. Mike Kirtz) preceeded him in death.
Father Kenneth Schaum said the Requiem mass. Burial was held at St. Peter's Cemetery at Rose Creek.
Saint Peter's Cemetery