Dreama, I am the person who posted the Nordyke bio some time ago, and I conduct research in Pottawattamie County, Iowa -- although I'm not related to this Nordyke family.
I am confident that the Albert Nordyke in the 1891 biography that I posted, and the Albert Nordyke, age 69, living with son Dolton Nordyke in the 1920 census for Macedonia, Pottawattamie County, Iowa, are one and the same.So it does appear that Don D. Nordyke, son of Dolton Nordyke (in the 1920 census), was a grandson of Albert Nordyke of Iowa.There was more than one man named Don Nordyke in Iowa, however, but we can probably confirm a bit more info for you.
I assume that Don D. Nordyke and wife Winnifred were the grandparents to your fiance?And I assume from your posting that you confirmed Don D. Nordyke's father as being Dolton Nordyke?If that's confirmed, then I'm sure you have the right family, and your fiance's father was Don D., his grandfather was Dolton, and his grandfather was Albert Nordyke.
The early Nordyke family members are buried at the Wheeler Grove Cemetery, South Section, in Pottawattamie County, Iowa:
Albert H. Nordyke, b. 1850, died 1922, "Father" Mary E. Nordyke, b. 1849, died 1911, "Mother" Ann Nordyke, wife of John, died 27 April 1891, age 78 yrs 9 mo 9 days Carrie Nordyke, daughter of A. and M.E. Nordyke, died 21 Feb 1892, age 13 yrs 7 mo 27 days Walter Nordyke, son of A. and M.E. Nordyke, died 7 Nov 1883, age 1 yr 7 mo 20 days
Dalton L. Nordyke, son of Albert Nordyke, registered for the World War I military draft, stating that he lived in Macedonia, Iowa, was age 38 at time of registration, was born March 6, 1880, and his nearest relative was Mrs Bertha Nordyke of Macedonia (his wife).He was described as tall, with medium build, brown eyes and dark brown hair.He signed his card on September 12, 1918.
Albert H. Nordyke served in the Civil War.If you contact me directly, I can give you more information.