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1967 Calhoun is My Kingdom

Chapters 1 through 12 and the Important Dates in the Appendix of George W. Carpenter's 1967 book entitled Calhoun is My Kingdom are reprints of George W. Carpenter's 1934 book entitled History of Calhoun County Up to the Year 1910.

An additional two dozen pages were appended to the 1967 book. Topics covered include

The additional pages mention the following surnames (page number): Ackerman 106; Aderton 113; Anderson 106, 109; Baalman 112, 122; Bailey 111, 122; Baker 109; Beacht 112; Behrens 114; Beisman 109; Benken 112; Benz 119, 120, 124; Berrey 120; Bettis 107, 122; Blackwell 113; Brangenburg 113, 120; Brauer 106; Brown 109; Brunette 106; Bryant 106; Burns 109; Campbell 117, 122; Carpenter 104, 110, 112, 119; Caselton 111; Clendenny 117, 122, 124; Corbett 117; Cox 107; Crader 113; Davis 109; Deppish 107; Diehl 114; Dierking 109; Dirksmeyer 113, 114; Dixon 113; Donohoo 107; Draper 109, 113; Drew 110; Ducey 104; Durr 119, 120; Eberlin 120; Fiedler 111; Flanigan 122; Fleming 113; Flory 109; Foiles 117; Fortschneider 112, 119, 120, 122, 124; Franke 111, 123; Friedel 112; Fuller 120; Funk 109; Gast 124; Gerson 119, 120, 122, 124; Getz 113; Gibson 107; Gimbel 114; Green 114; Gurthrie 105; Hagen 120; Hamilton 109; Hanks 122; Hanneken 112; Haug 112, Haug 117; Held 112, 123; Hillen 112, 120, 122; Holder 109; Hornsby 122; Hutchens 110; Ihnen 124; Jacobs 112, 114; Johnes 120; Johnson 105, 107; Jones 109; Kaibel 120; Kamp 109, 110, 113, 114; Kiel 112; Kienenger 113; Kim 110; Kinder 112; Kitson 106; Klaas 117, 119, 120; Knight 104, 114, 120; Knoedler 107; Kramer 114; Kress 111, 123; Kriefall 106; Lamar 119; Laubach 114; Likes 113; Long 107, 109; Mack 108; Manker 113; Matthews 107, 109; McDonald 104, 107; Menke 112, 122; Meseke 110; Meyer 109; Mielke 110; Miller 107, 122, 123, 124; Mortland 122; Moses 112, 120; Mozier 106; Nairn 111; Nelson 110; Odelehr 112; Oettle 109; Osterman 120; Ottwell 114; Parke 106; Peisker 122; Pepper 110; Peters 112; Peuterbaugh 122; Pluester 112; Plummer 110; Pohlman 110, 112, 122; Poore 104; Purinton 107; Puterbaugh 105; Rapp 122; Reddish 110; Richey 106; Richter 113; Ringhausen 104; Ritter 113; Roach 120; Rose 112, 113; Roth 110, 117; Sabozak 110; Schleeper 113, 124; Schulze 123; Schuman 113; Schusteff 110; Seifermann 112; Siemer 104; Simon 111; Sims 113; Skeel 113; Skeele 120; Snyders 114, 120, 122, 124; Spears 110; Squier 123; Strauch 122; Suhling 107; Surgeon 120; Sutter 111; Sweeney 106, 122; Tepen 112; Toppmeyer 122; Tureman 104; Turner 112; Twichell 111; Vetter 113; Vogel 110; Wankel 107; Weishaupt 122; Whitworth 113; Wiegel 112; Wieneke 110, 112; Wittmond 117, 124; Wood 111; Woodworth 110; Zigrang 111, 113

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Contributed Feb 2020 by Benjamin Green


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