Counties: Faribault and Rice Any information about Alexander FARIBAULT, prominent 19th century fur trader, esp. the name of the Native American woman he married, her native (and white, if mixed) lineage; and any possible Native ancestors that Faribault himself may have had. I also know that Victoria Faribault, one of his daughters or granddaughters, married into the Joinville family, and would like to know her birth, marriage information, and who her children and grandchildren were.
Fairbault - Rice County, Minnesota - We've worked hard in finding data on this lineage and finally came up with something. Wharton HALL bought 160 acres of land 4/1/1858 and his son William HUTTON bought 40 acres of land 6/8/1859. Wharton Hall's wife name was Louisa (Luisa?) and was from the Mandan Indian tribe. They had children, Leonard, Ellen, Martha and Mary. Mary married William Hutton. Mary was born in Fairbault, MN. I don't know the geography or how to read the information I have but it says L_O_CODE: Brownsville on William Hutton's land purchase and L_O_CODE: Winona for the Hall purchase. Are these also in Rice County? I'd appreciate any guidance or help you can give me. Thank you so much! Penni Fox
Looking for information on Sarah Elizabeth EMERSON and her parents. Sarah was born 17 May 1861 in Richland Township, Rice County, Minnesota. Her parents were George EMERSON b. 6 Aug 1834 in Morristown NY and Margaret FINLAYSON, b. 8 Dec 1838, born in Hatley Quebec. George and Margaret were married 18 Feb 1858 in Richland county. They are my g-g-grandparents.
I am wondering where to look for the birth records for my grandfather, Lester Richard LOWERY b. 2/10/1891 on a farm outside of Wells(city), MN. Where would those records likely be filed in Faribault County or according to Wells Twp. in Rice County? What are the county seats of these counties? Thank you!!!
TOOMBS, POND, JOHNSON. Martin H. Toombs Born 5 Apr 1855 in Illinois is my Great Grandfather. Wife : Harriet Irene Pond born in Fairbault, Rice County, Minnesota. Children of this marriage are Florence, Richard Milan wife Anna Natella Johnson (Grand Father), Clara Louise, Cora, Joe, Alta, Alberta Irene, Ida, Ethel, Helen, Harry Mark. Martin H. Toombs' Father Richard Toombs who was from England born 13 Aug 1825 and died about 11 April 1886 and is buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Faribault, Rice, Minesota. Wife of Richard Toombs is Sarah Ann (Swaby ?) who died 31 Aug 1883 and is also buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery.
KIENOW, Amelia Agusta, b.14Dec1886 Germany, d. 4Aug1928 Faribault, Rice Co., MN m. Wolff, Fredrich aka Wolf, Fred b.4Aug1855 Pomeraina, d.14Jan1933 Faribault, Rice Co., MN Children; Agusta, Anna, Otto, Bertha, August Herman, Robert, Fred Jr. Amelia, her husband Fredrich, her mother and daughters Agusta and Anna sailed from Bremen Germany on the Hoenstaufen, arriving in New York on 8Apr1881. They traveled directly to Faribault, Rice Co., MN where they settled. Fredrich changed his name or otherwise became known as Fred Wolf after arriving in Faribault and he subsequently named all his children Wolf. He is believed to be the brother of Herman Wolf and relater to other early Wolf family settlers in the Faribault, Rice County, MN, as is Amelia Kienow (Kenow) believed to be related to other Kienows in the same area. I would like to correspond and exchange information with anyone working on or having knowledge of either the KIENOW/KENOW or WOLFF/WOLF family histories.
WOLF, Fred aka WOLFF, Fredrich, b. 4Aug1855 Pomerania, d. 14Jan1933 Faribault, Rice Co., MN m. Kienow, Amelia Agusta, b. 14Dec1886 Germany, d. 4Aug1928 Faribault, Rice Co., MN Children; Agusta, Anna, Otto, Bertha, August Herman, Robert, Fred Jr. Fredrich, his wife, her mother and daughters Agusta and Anna sailed from Bremen Germany on the Hoenstaufen, arriving in New York on 8Apr1881. They traveled directly to Faribault, Rice Co., MN where they settled. Fredrich Wolff changed his name or otherwise became known as Fred Wolf after arriving in Faribault and he subsequently named all of his children Wolf. He is believed to be the brother of Herman Wolf and related to other early Wolf family settlers in the Faribault, Rice County area. I would like to correspond and exchange information with anyone working on or having knowledge of
Seeking any and all info on Peter J.HANKS, Father of Earl E. HANKS. Peter born 1877 and lived in Waterville, Minn. Earl born 10-03-07 and also lived in Waterville. Peter Hanks died in 1925 and also fathered a Esther L.Hanks (White)Thanks for the help!!!!
Interested in finding/sharing information on DULAC, WELLS, AND WALROD families of the Faribault area in the 1830-1890's. Origins of Canadian immigrant Leon Dulac, Octave Dulac, and St Antoine families. Believed to have immigrated from Berthier County Quebec. Many thanks to you. I will be happy to share what I have, mon ami.
Trying to help my aunt find information about her parents. Her mother was Catherine TRYANT (some doubt about last name) who m. a HOGAN (first name unknown). She was told by her mother that she was born on 7 July 1911 in Fairbault, MN. Any informa- tion on Tryant or similar surname from that area would be greatly appreciated.
I am currently researching my mother's side of the family, I have found information of my 3rd Great-Grandfather Elroy Pemberton AMY, being one of the founders of Canistota, SD. The next older information I can find is an 1870 census index listing an Elroy AMY in the Cannon City twp, in Rice County. This Census is also listing the following in the same town and county: Allen AMY, Almer (Elmer) AMY, Calvin AMY, Chester AMY, Emma AMY, Isaac AMY, Lydia AMY, Nancy AMY, Oren AMY, Susan AMY. I have already figured out that Oren and Elroy were probably brothers, as they both show up in Canistota at the same time. Any information on this bunch of AMYs will be greatly appreciated by myself and especially my mother.
I am researching and would appreciate any information on the persons, ancestors, or descendants of the following: Antoine KASPER b,1841 Bohemia, d. 1888 Faribault, wife Teresa b. 1842 Bohemia, d. 1916 Faribault. Children: Antony, George, John, Anna, Willie and my grandfather Charles William Kasper. I think Antoine's parents were Joseph and Julia KASPER of Owatonna, MN.
Looking for ancestry, descendency, or other record of John C. MORROW of Faribault, Minn., who was party to a property sale in Mazomanie, Dane County, Wis., in 1868. In the Minnesota Gazetteer and Business Directory of 1872, published by H.E. Newton & Co., the Faribault listings include "Morrow, J.C., attorney at law." Presumably, this J.C. Morrow is the same person as the John C. Morrow, identified above. (For those who may be interested, the 1872 Minnesota directory is in the library collection of the Wisconsin Historical Society in Madison). Any help appreciated. Duncan Morrow
Am searching for HAGERTY'S..Joseph, my GGGrandfather & his brother John came from Co. Wexford, Ireland & married sisters Ellen & Ann McKenna in 1850s. They lived in Hastings & Fairbault respectively I believe. Many other Hagertys settled in Shieldsville. John & Ann & family are buried at Belvedere Cemetary neaar Goodhue. I have info from a book "Meet Shieldsville" the story of St. Patrick's Parish, Shieldsville, MN. by Mary L. Hagerty my G. aunt. Thanks for any help!
I am interested in any and all information about the JOHNSON and OLSEN Families in the vicinity of Northfield. Andreas and Karen Maria JOHNSON and daughter Ingeborg Maria JOHNSON migrated there from Muskego Wisconsin shortly before the Civil War. Andreas and Karen Maria were from Porsgrund, Norway and immigrated in 1850. Ingeborg was born in Muskego in 1854. Ingeborg has four brothers and three sisters - I do not know any of their names. Ingeborg married an Even OLSEN on June 5, 1874. They resided in the vicinity of Northfield until about 1883 when they moved to North Dakota. Three children, Karen Maria (or Marie), Aneta A. and Oliver E. OLSEN were all born while the family was still near Northfield I would greatly appreciate any help in developing further information. Of particular interest to me is the names of Ingeborg's seven siblings - but I am interested in everything.
Want to buy "Rice County Families (Their History Our Heritage]" by the Rice Co. Historical Society, 1981. State condition & price. Also researching the following Rice Co. families: BURGER, GLAEDE, KAROW, KELM, WOLF, YOUNG