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Lyman County South Dakota's Genealogy

Lyman County pioneers and early settlers

Page 5

This page includes Howard, Manore, Mesnar and Motter, Peavy photos

Mesnard and Manore photos submitted by Duane Mesnard             The Howard photos submitted by Cindy Snyder

Motter family l-r: Iva and John Mesnard and
Ruby  Motter 

 John and Iva
at home
John and Iva
in their car

Grace Howard, (2nd from left) and her sisters
Grace Howard, Edward H. White Jr. and  (Peavy?) 
Iva and Ruby Motter John and Iva John and Iva John and Iva
John Mesnard
Grace Howard


 Peter and Margit Manore. Child unk. Duane's  g-grandfather John
is in the center
open for business
John, behind his bar
in Belvidere, SD
John (rt) and friends
John, tending bar. 
  John (L) and friend Joe Manore.
2nd. m. Grace Howard
Lloyd and Iva (Motter/Mesnard) Peavy's wed picture Alex Manore

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 According Cindy Snyder’s cousin who lives in Cuba, "Grace said Joe Mesnard (Manore) was very handsome and a champion wrestler on both sides of the river.  "He never came to Cuba. Auntie always said he died of T.B. but in a letter from poose to Grace poose, your grandmother says that she hopes his truck garden will be a success".
Joseph Mesnard was buried in the Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn NY, in the Howard lot on May 24, 1904, Lot 1191, Section 77.


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