Yankton County Queries - B

 

ChrisCBrad Sat April 17, 1999 Julius Emil Foerster was b. Yankton SD 20 March 1873. His father was John Foerster. His mother Elise Braun.He married Mildred Petrie on 26 July 1899, probably in Yankton, although could be Souix City, IA Any records of siblings? Any information on parents?

Dorothy  Thurs Mar 4, 1999. I am looking for the following famlies Fen L. Smith who married Nancy Jane Brink. they had the follwing children Charles Amos 1864 - George Henry 1867- Asa 1868- Hattie 1873 - Abraham 1880. I know Charles Amos stayed in SD and married Elizabeth Brink. They had Elizabeth Jane 1885 - George Henry 1890- Ethel Rose 1896-Alpha Catherine 1897.   Please E-mail me if you have any information.

Vicki Okerlund Mon Oct 12, 1998 I am trying to find information on a Joseph Borszich who died in Lesterville, Yankton County about 1880. His wife was Juliana Graczkawsky who also died in Lesterville on 22 Nov 1924. I am trying to find out both of their parents names and where they immigrated from. If you have any information please contact me.

Terry D. Smith Thurs Apr 30 03:35 1998 I have a article from the Book "Progressive Men of Montana" at the LDS
Library- Catalog No. 978.6 D3p also Film #1000176 Published in Chicago byA. W. Bowen & Co. there is an article on "Xavier Belleadux recognized as one of the leading business men of Browning, Teton County, Montana He was born in the *territory of Dakota, at Yankton on January 18,1859. Here his father, Mitchell Belleadux, carried on both farming and
freighting for 25 years.* The important part is *'d. What I am trying to do without much success is locate anything that would show that Mitchell Belleadux was in Yankton for the period of 25 years!! It would appear that I need to check the 1850 or
1860 census's. To make things a little more difficult, my mothers surname is now Billedeaux. And if we have Canadian roots it would be Bilodeau. Rumor has it that my gggrandfather Xavier Billedeaux was a fur trapper, and moved to Montana to follow his trade. Other surnames were Armelle or Armel, even Hamell and Simoneaux or Simoneau.Anyone with suggestions or hints, please contact me.

Kate Andrews Sat May 10 21:38 1997 In 1881 Otto Nicholas BYE and his wife Ragnild BYE came to join siblings Sarah and Ole KJELDSETH from Norway who had come to Yankton, South Dakota in 1870. Through some kind assistance from people in Norway, I have a goodly amount of research on these families. Some names that have married into these lines include Gieger Olsen Lund Thomas Schultz Moore I am aware that thier are still Cousins of mine in the Gayville area and that there is likely to be others that I do not know about. I would be happy to share my windfalls with others. I haven't gotten so far as to get a web page for family history so any queries need to be addressed to be and should include either the Bye or Kjeldseth name in the subject line.

Chase Binder Wed Jan 8 12:53:48 1997 Need info on parents/birthplace of Albert BINDER, died 16 Oct 1938, Yankton. Born in Austrian Bohemia according to the 1910 census. Is there a way to find his death certificate? The info may be there. Also, his wife, Annie (PEKAR) BINDER, died 18 Jan 1918, Yankton. Albert was naturalized in 1880, arrived in US in 1878. Need info on how he got here and all possible info for a family project.

Earl Rook Tue Aug 20 06:24:30 1996 I am researching the KIPP family in South Dakota. Specifically, I would like to know how to go about requesting patient information/records from the old Yankton State Hospital. My great grandmother, Susan BAUMAN KIPP died there and, because mental health problems seem to run in the family, I would very much like to obtain medical information on her condition. Any tips or suggestions would be appreciated. I don't even have an address for the institution, or the holder of its records if a different institution. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
 
 

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