The site covers primarily the Deen, Dean and Fordice families as they migrated from Ohio through Illinois and settled in Iowa beginning in the 1830's.Covering the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries and including families that intermarried the family database now covers and follows:
Adams, Barnes, Bebensee, Bejarno, Blankenship, Boehme, Bollerman, Bruce, Burmeister , Carbuhn, Carrie, Cheely, Clark, Clausen, Conner, Day, Dean, Decker, Deen, Devore, Dunn, Errett, Fish, Foote, Fordice, Fordyce, Freel, Fritz, Galusha, Garner, Gragg, Green, Haas , Hamann, Hanson, Harrison, Hartz, Hass, Huff, James, Johnson, Jones, Kaiser, Kemp, Kensell, King, Kinzey, Kline, Krutsinger, Laughery, Lenz, Lorenz, Lowe, Lyman, Lyst, Marlenee, Martin, McCall, McClure, Menard, Mendenhall, Meyers, Minor, Moore, Neff, Norman, Nye, Olney, Pederson, Phillips, Pitt, Porter, Potter, Redman, Resch, Ross, Rothman, Rowland, Sager, Schoenewe, Scott, Seek, Severs, Sherrill, Snyder, Stanchfield, Stark, Strang, Thoma, Treadwell, Turner, Waltman, Wayne, Wetrosky, Wilson, Wright, Yeigh, Young and Zike
The towns they settled in include:
Atlantic, Audobon, Banner, Champaign, Council Bluff, Davenport, Des Moines, Dudley, Exira, Garden Grove, Greenfield, Harlan, Hinton, Ida Grove, James, Keota, Kingsley, Kinross, Lawton, Lincoln, Moville, Onawa, Pierceville, Riverside, Scott, Shelby, Shueyville, Sioux City, Stewartsville, Van Meter, Walnut, Wassonville and Wellman, Whiting.
The site is here:
And the family database is here: