Linda -- That would be great if I could get a copy of the article and the pictures.My address is:
78 Ponderosa Street Castle Rock, CO 80104
I also found something that you might be interested in.My gggrandfather Nicholas Rolling saved a copy of your ggrandmother Helena Niemann's obituary.I'm not sure what paper it was from, nevertheless, it might be of interest.
Also, based upon what I have learned about the Hesburgh's, I would be surprised if very many of them were burried in Iowa.It is my understanding that Magdelena and Madeline Hesburgh's brothers, Theodore, Nicholas, and Matthew, lived in New York City and that they were burried there.
If you are interested in learing more about the Hesburgh's, you might want to go to the local library and pick up a copy of "God, County, Notre Dame" which is an autobiography of Theodore M. Hesburgh, who was the president of Notre Dame University for roughly twenty to thirty years.The first chapter provides a brief narative of his Hesburgh line.His greatgrandfather Theodore B. Hesburgh (b. March 20, 1821 Berdorf, Luxembourgh) was the brother of Magdelena and Madeline Hesburgh.His grandfather was Theodore Bernard Hesburgh (d. after 1937).His father was Theodore "Teddy" Hesburgh.It is interesting to note that Theodore Bernard Hesburgh and his son Teddy, much like your grandfather Edward Niemann, lived with my gggrandparents Nicholas and Elizabeth Rolling in Bellevue, Iowa, for a while.