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Skeedee Cemetery, West Beaver Township, NW 1/4 of Section 27-T18-R5W, Nance County, Nebraska : also a brief Foglesong genealogy

Chester Fleetwood
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Fort Wayne, Indiana : Chester Fleetwood, [1996]
75 p. : ill., map, ports.

Notes

Includes Foglesong family records who were the descendants of Hans Nickel Vogelgesang and Anna Barbara Hofman whose first child, Simon was born 23 Aug. 1715 in Mimbach, Germany. The family immigrated to Wythe Co., Virginia after 1732. Descendants moved on to Indiana, Iowa and Nebraska. Louisa Foglesong was born 3 Jun 1858 and died 29 Apr 1895 at the age of 37. She married Arvine Crowell Cone 8 Oct 1877. They were the parents of 5 children. Louisa is buried in Skeedee Cemetery, Nance Co., Nebraska, and this book honors her memory.

Skeedee Cemetery is also known as Rosencrantz Cemetery for the members of that family which are buried there. Some Rosencrantz family information is included.

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