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Hello Everyone! My name is Jan Bony and I am the county coordinator for Webster County. I do not live in Iowa, but I will try to help however I can.
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Words can not express the gratitude I feel for the Webster County Genealogical Society for all of the information they have donated to our site over the last year. If you find something usefull to your family research please be sure to thank them for their donation.

Be sure to check out Your Letters From Home, newsletters that come from the transcripts of KVFD Radio Station program, by the same name. The WCGS has extracted every name from each newsletter, compiling the name and date of newsletter for an amazing collection. 1943 has been completely transcribed, 1944 through July 7 is transcribed, the rest of 1944 & 1945 letters are available in PDF until they are transcribed. These letters are very moving and at times sad, but they give insite to Webster County during WWII.

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Neighboring Counties:
Northwest: Pocahontas,   North: Humboldt,   Northeast: Wright
West: Calhoun,   East: Hamilton
Southwest: Greene,   Southeast: Boone

The 2010 census recorded a population of 38,013 in the county, with a population density of 53.1479/sq mi (20.5205/km2). There were 17,035 housing units, of which 15,580 were occupied. From Wikipedia.org

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