11/01/2017 **There were 63 edits/additions added to the A & B burial list Grant Twp Cemetery. Thanks to Connie Swearingen for her ongoing research updates, allowing our cemetery lists to become as updated as possible. These additions consist of new burials added, name corrections made, along with birth & death & some marriage date detail. When research reveals, the woman's maiden name is also noted. Connie has done a SUPERB JOB--Watch for more updates for this cemetery.
In November there were 31 OBITS and 1 DOC posted to this website.
10/8/2017 **Thanks to Monona County researchers, Eric and Marcia Driggs, there is now WWI information under the title heading on the Main page for WWI-The Great War. Huge thanks....don't forget to visit this page link to read about WWI and the Death List of Servicemen from Monona County. [Complete List]
During October there were 51 OBITS posted. Check out the recent obituary posts--Maybe one of them includes history about your ancestor!
**In October theMonona County IAGenWeb PASSED the semi-annual Review time.**
In Sept there were 48 OBITS posted (many photos included) and 4 DOCs.
During August there were 20 OBITS posted (several with photos included) and 1 DOC was submitted, also. "More history-Check it out."
During July there were 53 additional OBITS posted on this website--many of which also had photos included. Thanks again to Connie Swearingen for her consistent work effort to submit these.
6/14/2017 **There were 29 edits/additions to the Onawa Cemetery, Onawa, IA. Thanks to Connie Swearingen for her ongoing research updates, allowing our cemetery lists to become as updated as possible.
During June, there were 17 additional OBITS posted.
5/4/2017 **More edits/updates done to the H-I Surname burial list for Mount Hope Cemetery. This also included 32 additional names and information now added. Thanks to Connie Swearingen, Monona Assist. County Coordinator, for her research help with this. Connie does an excellent job!
During the month of May, there were 26 additional OBITS posted (and most of those included a photograph of the deceased.)
April 2017, Monona County IAGenWeb PASSED the semi-annual Review time.
During the month of April there were 41 additional OBITS posted, most of which had photographs with the obituary. Thanks to C. Swearingen for her diligence and work effort getting all this work submitted!
During the month of March, there were 6 additional OBITS posted.
Fantastic! The Monona County Assistant Coordinator, Connie Swearingen, is in the process of submitting the alphabetical Burial lists for the Onawa Cemetery. To this date, that cemetery has not been listed on this website. Today--the Onawa Cemetery, Surname A Burials are now posted. We appreciate your patience--Watch for the rest of the alphabet in the days and weeks ahead. Check out the link to the Onawa Cemetery - A Burial List ** B Burial List **C Burial List **D Burial List ** E Burial List ** F Burial List ** G Burial List ** H-I Burial List ** J Burial List ** K Burial List ** L Burial List ** M Burial List ** N Burial List ** O Burial List ** P Burial List ** Q Burial List ** R Burial List ** S Burial List ** T Burial List ** U Burial List ** V Burial List ** W Burial List ** Y Burial List ** Z Burial List **********[Complete Record] Huge Thanks to Connie for the transcription & Linda Ziemann, formatting and uploading work.
Town History has been shared....what a great item for the town of Castana, Iowa. See the image scan of the ML Gordon, Castana, Iowa "promotional" booklet. The husband of yesteryear could give this to his "Mrs" -- she could write on its pages, filling it with her "Wants" or wishes...leave it in a convenient place for the hubby to find. Take it to ML Gordon to fulfill her wishes....that was the promotion. Don't ya just love it. If only it had been that easy! This little notebook is 2” X 5”, includes a pencil attached at right edge and has three black pages on which notes can be made in pencil that can be erased! Notice at the top says it’s for “Mrs.” It’s a wonderful 100+ year old promotional item in great condition!
Kennebec Cemetery is now posted on this website. A-B * C-D * E-F * G-H * I-J * K-L * M-N * O-P * Q-R * S-T * U-W * X-Z
St. Clair Cemetery - Ute, IA ~31 Burial list updates submitted by family researcher, Kathleen Gibbs on 2/25/2017.
During the month of February, there were 13 additional OBITS posted & 1 DOC.
Now posted are 4 additional photos shared by volunteer, Larry Vredenburgh..........on the Blencoe Iowa Photo page.These are the two photos of the Winter scenes for Roy Carlson's Garage, the Williams Store, and the E.A. Shea Merchandise store view.
There is also a Class of 1920 Onawa High School photo submitted by Larry. These photos are fabulous....and so much appreciated, adding to the history of Monona County!
Connie Swearingen, the Monona County Assistant Coordinator, has researched & submitted 138 updates for the Graceland Cemetery E-J burial list on this website. These included deceased name corrections and specific dates now posted. Also included in the 138 are numerous "additional burials" with more recent year of death. Huge THANKS, Connie! Also....Connie submitted (now posted) 114 updates for the Graceland Cemetery K-N burial list. And completed now is the last 129 updates for Graceland Cemetery O-Z burial list. Wow....this is great!
The Monona County Assist. Coordinator, Connie Swearingen, has just handed in an updated transcription for the entire alphabet of burials, Mt. Hope Cemetery. Today 160 burials (E-F-G) were edited with birth/death dates and sometimes marriage dates, maiden names when known, also including names of more recent deaths. Wow, Connie, thanks so much. Watch for the entire alphabet to be added to...and edited as time permits in the weeks ahead.
Mount Hope Cemetery-Mapleton, Iowa -- This list is a Complete Record.
During the month of January 2017, there were 32 additional OBITS posted & 1 DOC and 1 BIO.
During the month of December, there were 56 additional OBITS posted & 1 DOC.
In November, Volunteer Researcher - Mike Swenson has shared his personal research of the Monona County newspapers from the year 1900. Fabulous history can be gleaned from the local newspaper community columns of that era. Huge Thanks, to Mike for breaking down his research into months and alpha surnames. Check out the [Complete Record] Monona County News - January 1900 A-Z Surnames. This is a Complete Record Index with links provided.
During the month of November 2016, there were 20 additional OBITS posted & 7 DOCS.
During the month of October there were 52 additional OBITS and 10 additional DOCS posted to this website.
Oct/Nov 2016, Monona County IAGenWeb PASSED the semi-annual Review time.
~Last Update 12/1/2017