Concordia Historical Institute Microfilm I

Transcribed by Gloria Dettleff - Copyright 2001
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NAME DOB Place of Birth DOD Place of Death Father Mother  NAME Spouse Marriage Date Marriage Location Comment NAME NAME Baptism Sponsors Record Type
IBACH, Flary Unk Unk     Unk Unk, Unk IBACH, Flary SCHMUCK, Johanna 13 Dec 1890 Yankton County, SD Wit. Heinrich RATZLAFF & Maria RITZINGER IBACH, Flary IBACH, Flary   M
IBACH, Herold Michael 12 Sep 1892 Yankton County, SD     Flary SCHMUCK, Johanna IBACH, Herold Michael Unk, Unk       IBACH, Herold Michael IBACH, Herold Michael Friedrich REISER & Bertha RATZLAFF B
ISELI, Johann Alfred ~ 25 May 1844 Unk 17 Mar 1921 Yankton County, SD Unk Unk, Unk ISELI, Johann Alfred Not listed, Unk Unk   Sur: wife, 4 sons, 3 daughters ISELI, Johann Alfred ISELI, Johann Alfred   D
ISOM, Wallace   ~1916 Allen, NE     Unk Unk, Unk ISOM, Wallace KOESTER, Patience 25 Aug 1937 Yankton County, SD Wit. Nola ISOM & George KOESTER ISOM, Wallace ISOM, Wallace   M
IVORY, Florence Clara  3 Feb 1906 Yankton County, SD 21 Jun 1906 Walshtown, SD Thomas REMPP, Rosa Caroline IVORY, Florence Clara None, None None   Buried in Walshtown, SD IVORY, Florence Clara IVORY, Florence Clara Sophie & Charly? HOLZ B, D
IVORY, Malwin Thomas  6 Oct 1907 Yankton County, SD     Thomas REMPP, Rosa IVORY, Malwin Thomas Unk, Unk       IVORY, Malwin Thomas IVORY, Malwin Thomas Fritz SCHENDEL & Mrs. Anna SCHENDEL B
IVORY, Pearl Loretta  9 Dec 1909 Yankton County, SD?     Thomas REMP, Rose IVORY, Pearl Loretta Unk, Unk       IVORY, Pearl Loretta IVORY, Pearl Loretta Charles & Maria HOLZ B
IVORY, Roy Fredric 14 Jul 1912 Yankton County, SD?     Thomas REMP, Rose IVORY, Roy Fredric Unk, Unk       IVORY, Roy Fredric IVORY, Roy Fredric John HOLZ & Katharine BRANDT B
IVORY, Willard Jennings 23 Mar 1915 Yankton County, SD     Thomas REMPP, Rosa IVORY, Willard Jennings Unk, Unk       IVORY, Willard Jennings IVORY, Willard Jennings Charles & Marie HOLZ B
NAME DOB Place of Birth DOD Place of Death Father Mother  NAME Spouse Marriage Date Marriage Location Comment NAME NAME Baptism Sponsors Record Type

This database was created by extracting the data from Concordia Historical Institute's Microfilm #1828.  This microfilm contains the combined records of the Lutheran churches of Rosenberg, Walshtown and Yankton, South Dakota from approximately 1882 to 1937.  Marriages and deaths are all inclusive with births stopping at 31 Dec 1930.  These microfilmed records were compiled in a confusing manner making it difficult to always match a person to a church.   The Record Type is indicated with the following abbreviations:                      B = Birth/Baptism; C = Confirmation; Com = Communion; M = Marriage; D = Death/Burial; Reg = Family Register church unclear; Reg-R = Family Register Rosenberg;  Reg-W = Family Register Walshtown and  Reg-Y = Family Register Yankton.  The early records are written in 1800s script-style German, which presented a challenge for transcribing.  The records are transcribed "as-is" in the German spelling (Heinrich not Henry) and sometimes as a "best guess."   This database may not be reproduced in full or in part as a part of a for-profit publication.