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Ancestors of Daniel Dean Peterson


      58. Caleb Spragg, born August 05, 1824 in Springfield, Kings County, New Brunswick; died Aft. 1900 in Iowa85. He was the son of 116. Thomas Spragg and 117. Margaret Harrison/Henderson. He married 59. Julia Ann Spragg January 21, 1849 in Springfield, Kings County, New Brunswick.

      59. Julia Ann Spragg, born August 25, 1826 in Springfield, Kings County, New Brunswick86; died August 22, 1890 in Hardin County, IA87. She was the daughter of 118. John Drake Spragg and 119. Nancy Ann McDonald.

Notes for Caleb Spragg:
From Baptist Historical Society, NY.
1868: Pastor in Jessup, IA
1869: Living in Rock Grove, IA but not pastor
1870: Pastor in Volga City, IA
1871: Appears as pastor but residence not given.
1872: Pastor in Sumner, IA and organized church there.
1873: Pastor in Parkersburg, IA.
1874-1881: Lived at Point Pleasant, IA but pastor only in 1874.

"Parkersburg Eclipse" newspaper Fri. Nov 15, 1872, Parkersburg, IA
"Reverend C. Spragg, Pastor. Services every alternate Sabbath, at 10:30 a.m. commencing on Sun, Nov 24th."

"History of Hardin County" p. 799 The Baptists effected an organization August 24, 1873, at a school house on section 10. Rev. C. Sprague organized the church and became its first pastor. p. 800 Rev. C. Sprague was succeeded by Rev. Adna Orcutt, April 18, 1875. No church edifice has ever been erected in the township, services being held by the various denominations in the school houses.

Eldora IA Herald Newspaper: November 1891- Marriage licenses issued since last week: Kaleb Spragg to Mary E. Whitacre.

1892 Hardin Co IA Plat Book, Pleasant Twp. Caleb Spragg Sec. 7 53 Acres Julia Spragg Sec. 8 37 Acres.

History of Butler County IA p. 233: ...succeeded by Revs. E.P. Barker, C. Spragg, F.H. Judson...services were first held in the Congregational Church in a hall near the depot and schoolhouse. Then Union Hall was used until the completion of the church building in October 1880. A Sunday School was organized in 1870 and for a number of years the church prospered, but for the past several years the society has not been in evidence and has practically ceased to exist. (Parkersburg Baptist Church, Albion Twp)

History of Butler County IA p. 449: Rev. E.P. Barker next filled the pulpit, and remained until in March 1872. He is followed by Rev. C. Spragg, F.H. Hudson... (Parkersburg Baptist Church, Albion Twp)

Hardin County Land Records
Bk 44 p. 375 Warranty Deed 12-11-1875 Thomas J. Sheldon to James Spragg SW1/4 of SW 1/4 sec 8 SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 sec 8 twp 87 rg 20 (Pleasant Twp) except 6 acres NE corner and 3 acres SW corner total 37 acres for $450. James Spragg of Buchanon County, IA.

Bk 105 p. 196 Warranty Deed 12-19-1885 Filed 3-8-1886 James Spragg to Julia Ann Spragg (same as above)

Bk 133 p. 41 T.H. Spragg et al Filed 1-30-1891 3:50pm Quit Claim to Caleb Spragg,
Ann Spragg, sole and only heir of Julia Ann Spragg dec'd. and Henry Smuck her husband. That T.H. Spragg unmarried=Julia A. Spragg unmarried=Aurelia Ann Smuck formerly Aurelia Ann Spragg sold for $1 quit claim unto Caleb Spragg formerly the husband of Julia Ann Spragg, dec'd. in Hardin County SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of sec 8 excepting 6 acres in NE corner of said 40 acres and 3 acres in the NW corner of NW 1/4 of SW 1/2 of sec 8 in twp 87 rg 20 west of 5 pm. Hardin Co IA Henry Smuck reliquished his dower. 1-30-1891 Signed T.H. Spragg, Julia A. Spragg, Aurelia Ann Smuck, Henry Smuck.

Bk 39 p. 385 12-11-1879 Mary F. Stanard to Caleb Spragg SE 1/4 sec 7 twp 87 rg 20 US 13 acres NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 for $50.

Bk 138 p. 422 Warranty Deed Filed 2-11-1892 3:40 pm Caleb Spragg and wife to Charles Boody, that I Caleb Spragg and Mary Elizabeth his wife of Hardin Co. IA $740 in hand. Mary Elizabeth Spragg reliquished her dower. Signed Caleb Spragg, Mary E. Spragg 2-9-1892

Family story told by Guy Williams to Dan Peterson: Caleb and Julia had four children born in New Brunswick that died of scarlet fever or diptheria.

Iowa Falls Citizen Newspaper (date unknown); A very quiet and pleasant affair took place at the home of Rev. Caleb Spragg just south of the college on Tuesday evening last, the occassion being the wedding of Mr. G.H. Russell, of Mason City, to Bessie Whitacre, of Iowa Falls. The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. J. Greenwood at 8:00 p.m. Mr. Russell is one of Mason City's prominent young business men, and Miss Whitacre one of Iowa Falls' esteemed young ladies. The young couple took the train Wednesday morning for Mason City, their new home. The Citizen extends congratulations and good wishes.

Caleb was a witness to his brother James marriage to Susanna Gibbs in 1863 in Kings Co NB at the time he was a resident of Albert County, New Brunswick.

According to letter written from Marion Williams, Caleb's last church was at Mount Pleasant, IA. (Could be Point Pleasant, IA)

More About Caleb Spragg:
Burial: Roughwood Cem, Hardin County, IA
Census: 1880, Pleasant Twp, Hardin Co, IA
Immigration: April 24, 1868, Buchanon County, IA
Naturalization: May 08, 1868, Buchanon County, IA
Occupation: Baptist Minister/Farmer
Religion: Baptist
Residence: Bet. 1865 - 1868, Lutz Mountain, Westmoreland, NB88

More About Julia Ann Spragg:
Burial: Roughwood Cem, Hardin County, IA
     
Children of Caleb Spragg and Julia Spragg are:
  i.   Aurelia Ann Spragg, born 1861; died 191889; married Henry Smuck October 29, 1878 in Pleasant Twp, Hardin County, IA90; born August 03, 1858 in Lancaster, PA; died April 13, 1938 in Marshall County, IA.
  More About Aurelia Ann Spragg:
Burial: Eldora Cem, Eldora, Hardin County, IA

  Notes for Henry Smuck:
Obituary Eldora Herald Newspaper April 1938:
Henry Smuck: Henry Smuck, age 80, died at the Marshall County Hospital at 11:30 p.m. April 13 where he had been a patient for only 2 days. He had been in failing health for years and had made his home with his son Cal A. Smuck of Marshalltown. Mr. Smuck was born in Pennsylvania August 3, 1858 and when he was one year old, his parents moved to Illinois where they resided for some time before coming to Eldora. He married Anna Spragg at Eldora and she died in 1918. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Charles Smith of Eldora, four sons, Cal, Harry, and Ira of this city and Fred Smuck of Rockford, IL; 2 brothers, John of Hubbard, and Charles of Iowa City; 2 sisters, Mrs. Kate McComber of Eldora, and Mrs. Paul Barr at Iowa Falls; six grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. The body was brought to Eldora for burial and services were held Saturday from the Wehrman-Andrie Funeral Home, conducted by the Rev. F.O. Hillman. Burial was made in the Eldora cemetery.

History of Hardin County p. 885: Mistakenly states that Henry was born 6-22-1857 in Lancaster, PA.

  More About Henry Smuck:
Burial: Eldora Cem, Eldora, Hardin County, IA

  ii.   Thomas Hardin Spragg, born February 1862 in Iowa; died July 19, 1924 in Hardin County, IA.
  Notes for Thomas Hardin Spragg:
Hardin County IA Land Record:
Bk 145 p. 90 Warranty Deed Filed 11-17-1892 T.H. Spragg to Chas L. Warn SW NE and N 12 acres NW SE sec 1 Twp 88 rg 20. 11-17-1892.

  More About Thomas Hardin Spragg:
Burial: Hardin County Home Cem, Jackson Twp, Hardin County, IA91

  iii.   Alice Maud Spragg, born Abt. 1867; died August 12, 1877 in Hardin County, IA92
  More About Alice Maud Spragg:
Burial: Roughwood Cem, Hardin County, IA

  29 iv.   Julietta "Ada" Spragg, born May 23, 1869 in Hardin County, Iowa; died August 23, 1942 in McGrath, Aitkin County, MN; married Michael Noah Williams October 04, 1891 in Pleasant Twp, Hardin County, IA.


      60. Ferdinand Zamzow, born December 30, 1835 in Ritzig, Schivelbien, Pommern, Germany; died November 24, 1898 in Frazee, Becker County, MN. He was the son of 120. Franz Christlieb Zamzow and 121. Henrietta Caroline Friedricke. He married 61. Johanna Sophia Steinhaus 1858 in Pommern, Germany.

      61. Johanna Sophia Steinhaus, born March 23, 1833 in Reinfeld, Belgard, Pommern, Germany; died May 30, 1918 in Frazee, Becker County, MN.

More About Ferdinand Zamzow:
Burial: Height of Land Church Cem, Detroit Lakes, Becker Co, MN
Census: 1895, Height of Land Twp, Becker Co, MN93
Immigration: April 21, 1883, Ship "Fulda" from Bremen, Germany94
Religion: Lutheran

More About Johanna Sophia Steinhaus:
Burial: June 01, 1918, Height of Land Church Cem, Detroit Lakes, Becker Co, MN
Census: 1900, Height of Land Twp, Becker Co, MN95
Religion: Lutheran
     
Children of Ferdinand Zamzow and Johanna Steinhaus are:
  i.   Karl Friedrich Zamzow, born October 18, 1859 in Ritzig, Schivolbein, Pommern, Germany; died February 03, 1944 in St. James, Watonwan County, MN; married (1) Emilie Caroline A. Dallmann May 18, 1888 in Nicollet, Nicollet County, MN; born July 14, 1868 in Nicollet County, MN; died February 27, 1927 in Clements, Redwood County, MN; married (2) Anna Thom March 13, 1930; died May 1958 in Belle Plaine, Scott County, MN.
  Notes for Karl Friedrich Zamzow:
Obituary Morgan Messenger, Thursday, 10 Feb 1944: Carl F. Zamzow, Several relatives went to St. James Monday to attend the funeral of Carl Fredrich Zamzow, who passed away Thursday at the St. James Hospital at the age of 84 years, 3 months, and 15 days. Services were held at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church there by Rev. Birkholz, pastor, Monday. The body was brought to Morgan and interred in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery. Pallbearers were Elmer Zamzow Jr, Ivan Zamzow, Edward Juberian, Edmund Zamzow, Eldon Engel, and George Lange Jr, Honorary pallbearers, grandsons of the deceased, and Glenn Zamzow. Carl F. Zamzow was born in Pommern, Germany, October 18, 1859. He immigrated to the United States in 1883, settling at Nicollet. On May 18, 1888, he was united in marriage to Emilie Dallmann, with whom he moved to a farm in Three Lakes Township, near Morgan. Here seven children were born to them, namely, Henry of Morgan, Elmer Clements, Alma, Mrs. Louise Juberian, Mankato, Lydia, Mrs. William Engel, Morgan, Elsie, Mrs. George Lange, Mankato, Ester, Mrs Hugo Lange, Morgan. There are 29 grand children. Mrs. Emelie Zamzow died Feb 27, 1927. In 1929 he retired from active farming. He was married in 1930 to Mrs. Anna Strenge, who survives him. One son, Arthur, died in infancy. Other survivors are his six children and two brothers, Julius Zamzow of Morgan and August Zamzow of Clements. The following from Morgan attended the funeral, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zamzow and family, Elmer Zamzow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Engel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Lange and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Zamzow, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zamzow and son, Julius Zamzow and son William, August Zamzow, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mude, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hansen.

  More About Karl Friedrich Zamzow:
Burial: St John Lutheran Cem, Morgan, Redwood County, MN

  Notes for Emilie Caroline A. Dallmann:
Obituary, Morgan Messenger, Thursday, 2 March 1927: Mrs. Carl Zamzow Passed Away Sunday.
An unexpected death saddened the home of Carl Zamzow Sunday evening when his wife, Mrs. Amelia Zamzow passed to the Great Beyond. Mrs. Zamzow complained of having the grip for two or three days but it was not considered serious and she was around the house and did her work on Sunday. Early in the evening Mr. Zamzow went to the home of one of his sons to make arrangements to attend the Wm Mueller funeral in Morgan Monday. He returned home and later in the evening was totally unprepared to find his wife seriously ill. She passed away about eleven o'clock. The death came as great shock to the family and relatives and wide circle of friends and acquaintences. The funeral services will be held today. Short services will be conducted at the home, five miles southwest of Morgan, at 12 o'clock by Rev. C. Herrewig. The procession will come to Morgan and services will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church of which the deceased was a member, about 1 o'clock. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Zamzow's maiden name was Amelia Dallmann. She was born in Nicollet County on July 14, 1868 making her 58 years, 7 months, and 13 days old. She was the oldest of four children. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Dallmann, old settlers of Nicollet County, were well known to many people of this community. Mrs. Zamzow grew to womanhood in the same community where she was born, attended country school, and was confirmed in the Lutheran church while a young girl. On May 18, 1888 she was united in marriage with Carl Zamzow, who survives her. Mr. Zamzow had made arrangements to rent some land here, having worked in the Morgan community before his marriage, and the new home was at once established on the place, which became the Zamzow homestead and where nearly 39 years later, Mrs. Zamzow passed away to Her Maker. She was the mother of seven children six of whom survive their mother. One son Arthur died in infancy. Those living are Henry and Elmer of this community, Alma, Mrs. Louis Juberian of Mankato, Lydia, Mrs. William Engel of Morgan, Elsa, Mrs. George Lange at St. Peter, and Esther at home.

  More About Emilie Caroline A. Dallmann:
Burial: St John Lutheran Cem, Morgan, Redwood County, MN

  ii.   Louis G. Zamzow, born October 03, 1862 in Ritzig, Schivolbein, Pommern, Germany; died October 22, 1934 in New Ulm, Brown County, MN; married Christina Volk January 18, 1888 in St. Peter, Nicollet County, MN.
  iii.   August Julius Ferdinand Zamzow, born August 26, 1863 in Ritzig, Schivolbein, Pommern, Germany; died December 07, 1953 in Sleepy Eye, Brown County, MN.
  More About August Julius Ferdinand Zamzow:
Immigration: December 20, 1880, Arrived NY, NY from Bremen on Ship Donau

  30 iv.   Julius C.A. Zamzow, born November 08, 1865 in Ritzig, Schivelbien, Pommern, Germany; died September 01, 1958 in Eden Twp, Brown County, MN; married Amelia Elizabeth Block June 13, 1893 in Morgan, Redwood County, MN.
  v.   Emilie Zamzow, born February 14, 1868 in Ritzig, Schivolbein, Pommern, Germany; died September 27, 1933 in Height of Land Twp, Becker County, MN; married Julius F. Galbrecht January 16, 1885 in Nicollet, Nicollet County, MN.


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