If you had ancestors that lived in Wellman, Washington County, Iowa or surrounding towns and villages, you might find them mentioned in Isaac’s diaries. He also mentioned people he met while visiting his married children who lived in other towns in Iowa, as well as Kansas, Colorado and California.
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Isaac spelled surnames and given names differently from post to post. Try different spellings or just type either the surname or given name to find a person.
When Isaac only used a surname, and I did not know their given name, I often added a Mr. or Mrs.
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