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This information includes research from James H L Lawler and many other dedicated Lee researchers from over the past 40 years plus. The documentation and sources also show the process of debunking "myths", bad genealogy information and the confirming of the decendants of William Lee and Alice Felton. I hope this is helpful to all of you. On Ahnentafel reports, such as these, I include the individual 'arguments' and the process used to eliminate.

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Hurricane Michael halts surgery for woman waiting 10 years for donor kidney The mother of three works and goes to college as she awaits a transplant. UFO seen flying over New Jersey was actually a drone, police say Police were using the drone to search for robbery suspects. Doorbell camera captures moment toddler is abandoned outside stranger's home The suspect could potentially be charged with child abandonment.

Scattered bombs rock Pennsylvania town Police search for remaining bombs that have been scattered around Bucks County, PA.

Man rescued from foot-deep mine shaft A man was rescued from a foot-deep gold mine shaft in Arizona after being trapped there for two days. Black father speaks out after 'Golfcart Gail' incident A father spoke out about deputies being called on him at son's soccer game. Trooper shot dead at traffic stop was 'gasping for air' when caller arrived State trooper Kevin Conner, an year veteran, was shot dead early Wednesday.

Forecasters unveil weather outlook for upcoming winter across US Temperatures are not expected to dip below average in the U.

Foul play possible in missing pregnant postal worker case Kierra Coles, a letter carrier in Chicago, has not been seen since Oct. Army officer-turned-terrorist thought attack would save mother's soul, letters show Hasan hoped to balance what he saw were his own mother's sins. Donor-matched kidney ruined in Hurricane Michael Angel Goss waited ten years for a donor match, which then spoiled as the ice keeping it cold melted on a flight canceled due to the hurricane.

Doorbell cam captures moment toddler is abandoned outside stranger's home Authorities in Spring, Texas, are working to identify the child and the adult who left him behind.

Soccer dad alleges racial profiling in confrontation with field marshal. Marshals service in Tennessee on a warrant issued by the state of Texas. Flooding concerns stretch into another day in central Texas The Colorado River is still in major flooding.

Opioid obit, Crimea attack. Why some steelworkers support President Trump's tariffs "Business has been on an upturn, for sure," one metal-parts manufacturer told ABC News. What is red tide? Red tide is the name given to naturally occurring algae blooms that normally occur on Florida's Gulf Coast. Volunteers cuddle babies dependent on drugs. Missing girl was likely home when her parents were shot dead: Sheriff Jayme Closs, 13, was taken from her home early Monday by an unknown person.

Harvey Weinstein prosecution suffers second significant blow in a week Already, accusations from one of three accusers has been dropped from the case. Cops recover stolen Krispy Kreme van, give doughnuts to homeless people A stolen Krispy Kreme van became the opportunity to do some good. Parent's gunshot wounds ruled homicide in missing teen case. Man on death row for slaying now linked to another murder that same month Kassie Federer was shot dead in Baton Rouge on Sept.

Florida beaches close after red tide is found in water The algal bloom caused fish to wash ashore as early as Monday. The river is expected to come back up beginning today. It would hang there for a couple of days, before beginning a slow recede next Sunday. A chain-reaction crash in Jo Daviess County Saturday afternoon sent several people to the hospital. Highway 20 and Glen Hollow Road.

Several eastbound vehicles were stopped in traffic waiting for a vehicle to turn north onto Glen Hollow Road. A car driven by 48 year old Kimberly Philbrook of Rockford was traveling east and was unable to stop in time. A young male refused treatment at the scene. Philbrook was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid a accident, while Franklin was cited for failure to secure a young passenger with a seat belt. According to a tweet from the school, the wall collapsed at about 7: The street was known as Cox Street when it was still owned by the city.

Dubuque firefighters were called to the scene about an hour after the collapse, because one of the fallen rocks had struck a transformer. Fire Chief Rick Steines says a gas line was also exposed, but not damaged.

He says there are no hazards in the area, and the collapse was likely caused by excessive moisture in the ground behind the wall. The music promoter who fired several shots into a downtown Dubuque nightclub last year is headed to federal prison.

According to police, Sanchez got into an argument with the owner of what was then known as Club Rise following a concert last November. After retrieving a handgun from his van, Sanchez fired a total of nine shots into the nightclub. He was arrested later that morning in the parking lot of the Galena Wal-Mart.

As part of his plea, Sanchez admitted to the shooting, and to using both marijuana and cocaine earlier on the night of the incident. Federal law prohibits drug users from possessing most firearms. In addition to his prison term, Sanchez must also spend three years on probation following his release. Friends found her body two days later on the floor of her kitchen.

James initially pled not guilty to a charge of 1 st Degree Murder. But as part of a plea deal, he pled guilty to a reduced charge of 2 nd Degree Murder. In exchange, prosecutors dropped several other charges, including 1 st Degree Harassment, Public Intoxication, and Unlawful Possession of a Prescription Drug. Those charges were mostly related to an incident James was involved in at a nearby bar after the murder. James must serve at least 35 years of his sentence before becoming eligible for parole.

The declaration issued by Governor Kim Reynolds Thursday comes after severe weather hit several parts of the state over the past week. That weather has included damaging winds, heavy rains, flooding, and even tornadoes. Dubuque County Emergency Management Director Tom Berger says the proclamation allows state resources to be used to help people recover, and activates the Iowa Individual Assistance Grant Program for qualifying residents.

Residents impacted by the severe weather can apply for the grant program through their local community action agency. Heavy rains and flooding forced the closure of some roads and trails around Dubuque County, but Berger says everything appears to be back to normal.

The program addresses serious needs to overcome disaster-related issues. Dubuque Police say that the early morning robbery of a fast food restaurant was an inside job.

Two employees told police they were getting ready to open when a masked man came in carrying a handgun. The robber reportedly assaulted one of the workers, then took money from the safe. After speaking with witnesses and reviewing traffic camera footage, police sought year-old William Brown as a suspect.

He was located at his home later in the day, where police say he admitted to the robbery. Police say she worked with her husband to plan and carry out the robbery. The second charge was filed when police learned their young child had been left home alone during the robbery. Minnesota state legislature candidate Jamie Mahlberg reacts as her opponent, Duane Quam, rips a microphone out of her hand during a forum Monday Courtesy: Jamie Mahlberg is running as a Democrat to represent State House district 25A, which covers rural areas around Rochester.

During a forum Monday night, Mahlberg and her opponent, incumbent Representative Duane Quam, were forced to share a microphone. At one point, Mahlberg had just finished answering a question about state funding for schools. Video of the forum shows Quam reach over and pull the microphone out of the hand of a shocked Mahlberg. After giving a rebuttal, Quam then tosses the microphone back towards Mahlberg, and it lands on their shared table with a thud.

According to online profiles, Mahlberg is the former Jamie Parkin, a Dubuque native who graduated from Loras College in She moved to the Rochester area in to begin teaching psychology at Rochester Community and Technical College. A few minutes before 6: An employee told officers they had been assaulted and an undisclosed amount of cash was taken. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds left and businessman Fred Hubbell are shown in a split-screen image from their debate Wednesday night Courtesy: The differences between the candidates running for Iowa Governor were more stark than similarities in their first debate.

Even in their opening remarks, the two showed they have vastly different takes on how Iowa is doing. Hubbell, meanwhile, wants to go back to having the state run the system. This was the first of three debates between Reynolds and Hubbell. The next one is Wednesday night in Sioux City. Their final meeting will be on Sunday, October 21, in Davenport. With overnight low temperatures expected to dip below the freezing point several times over the next couple days, many Tri-State area residents may be turning on their furnaces for the first time in months.

One of the power companies that serves the area is offering tips on ways to make sure that furnace is running as well as possible. Alliant Energy suggests getting a furnace tune-up from a local heating and air conditioning company, for one thing. That could catch any issues before the full force of winter arrives. Alliant also suggests checking to make sure your home is properly insulated, and buying a smart thermostat to better control temperature settings. The heavy rains and flooding past couple weeks have prompted the Delaware County Supervisors to issue a local disaster declaration.

According to the declaration, the supervisors will provide emergency funds from any available sources, call in mutual aid agreements with other counties, and apply to the state for further help. Supervisor Board Vice-Chair Shirley Helmrichs says flooding has impacted many areas throughout the county, and emergency management officials are still assessing the damage. A large number of residents in Delaware County need financial assistance to replace some essential items after their basements flooded.

Helmrichs says once all of the damaged is assessed, the total may not be enough to qualify for state or federal help. The name of the person killed in a single-vehicle crash near Maquoketa Sunday night has now been released.

Sagers was driving a pickup truck on a rural road about three miles south of Maquoketa, when the truck went off the road and rolled over about a quarter-mile north of Iowa Highway Sagers was not wearing his seat belt and was pronounced dead at the scene. Four people or groups have expressed interested in buying a closed Dubuque County school. The deadline to submit bids for purchasing the former Bernard Elementary School building was noon yesterday.

The Western Dubuque School District received four bids on the building. If the board chooses to move forward with any of the bids, a public hearing on the sale would be held at the next regular board meeting, which is scheduled for November Bernard Elementary opened in the mids and hosted students through May of last year, when the district closed the school due to declining enrollment.

The river is expected to reach the flood stage of 17 feet tomorrow evening. The Turkey River at Elkader is under a warning through Saturday evening. The river there has been above the flood stage of 12 feet since yesterday morning. The current forecast has the Turkey dropping back below flood stage early Saturday morning. It is only in effect through Friday. The river there has been measured at A handful of downtown Dubuque businesses were honored as Dubuque Main Street presented its annual awards this week.

While the Tri-States dodged some of the heavy rains that were predicted for the area last night, this morning has been a different story. A line of strong storms moved through the area around 7: That will be in effect until As you might have been able to tell from the counties listed in the warning, the storms did not extend very far north of Dubuque County. Elkader picked up only about four hundredths of an inch of rain during the same time period. Rain chances will continue through much of the day today, but the likelihood of precipitation falls to near zero by sundown tonight.

At that level, the jackpot would be the 3 rd largest in the history of the Mega Millions game. Today is the final day that bids will be accepted on a now-closed Dubuque County School. One month ago, the Western Dubuque school board voted to begin the process of selling the former Bernard Elementary School building.

That school was closed in May of due to declining enrollment. Bids must be submitted to the district office noon today. If any are received, the school board would likely hold a special meeting to review them, possibly next week. A public hearing would have to be held on any bid the board would decide to pursue. A youth basketball coach accused of recording his players while they were changing will plead guilty to several charges, including some for child pornography.

Stephens was scheduled to go to trial later this month. Last week, a judge denied his request to suppress evidence found on a flash drive in his home. There is no date set for his plea hearing.

If Stephen is given the maximum sentence for each count, he would face a total of years in prison. American Trust and Savings and Dubuque Bank and Trust have both committed to thousand dollars to establish a self-perpetuating rent security deposit that assist residents of Teresa Shelter and Maria House when they move into Francis Apartments or other permanent housing.

There are barriers that can sometimes prevent homeless women from securing permanent housing, and both shelters provide assistance to overcome those barriers. There are nearly 40 homeless women and children at Teresa Shelter and Maria House. A riverside park and campground in Dubuque will not reopen this season due to flooding.

The city announced on Tuesday that Miller-Riverview Park will remain closed through next spring. The park has been closed for about the last week because of high waters on the Mississippi River. That was the fourth closure the park saw this year. The first closure came in late April, only about three weeks after the park had opened for the season. It lasted until early June. The park was only back open for about two weeks before another rise of the Mississippi forced it to close again.

It re-opened about a month later and was open for a full six weeks before the next closure, which came just after Labor Day. That closure was short-lived, and only lasted about a week. The park typically closes anytime the Mississippi River reaches a depth of 14 or 15 feet. Last year, Sheriff Joe Kennedy got approval from the county supervisors to convert ten positions from part-time to full-time, while cutting five other part-time jobs.

In the past, Kennedy had said it was difficult keeping those part-time roles filled, which meant that full-time officers had to take on overtime to fill in. Deputy Matt Goedken works in the county jail and likes the change. He says the amount of overtime that used to come with the job would wear on officers. A memorial wall is in Dubuque to honor veterans who have been killed in action during the War on Terror. Among those featured on the wall are 92 veterans from Iowa. The event is designed to help connect veterans to needed resources and also thank them for their service.

Dubuque County authorities have identified the man wanted in connection with a July burglary and are now asking for help finding him.

In addition, Guttenberg Police believe Krieger is responsible for a break-in and theft at a convenience store in that community. Investigators say Krieger typically targets gas stations and golf pro shops. Anyone with information on Krieger is asked to contact Dubuque County Crime Stoppers or the local law enforcement agency.

Authorities in Jo Daviess County say a Dubuque man reached speeds above miles per hour as he led officers on a chase between Galena and East Dubuque. The chase began at about A deputy found the vehicle the person was in, and tried to make contact with the driver. But the man behind the wheel flipped the deputy off, squealed his tires, and drove out of the parking lot and onto US Highway 20 westbound.

While out on the highway, the deputy clocked the suspect car going miles per hour in a 65 zone. We now know the names of the people involved in a fatal crash near Bellevue on Sunday. According to the Iowa State Patrol, a sport utility vehicle being driven by year-old Andy Aherns of Maquoketa was headed north on US Highway 52 about four miles south of Bellevue at Aherns was taken to Mercy Hospital in Dubuque. The State Patrol has not yet released the name of the person killed in a single-vehicle rollover near Maquoketa.

That happened at about The northern portion of our listening area took the brunt of the rain that fell on Monday. Elkader received just shy of an inch, while Fennimore, Platteville, and Boscobel all took on between three-quarters and a full inch of rain. There are still Flash Flood Watches out for our entire listening area, which have been extended to run through tomorrow afternoon.

As far as river flooding, a pair of area waterways are currently expected to go above flood stage later this week. From there, it will climb to a crest of The Turkey is currently expected to fall back below stage sometime late Friday. As for the Maquoketa River in Maquoketa, it was measured at about The Mississippi River here in Dubuque is not currently forecast to go above the flood stage of 17 feet, but to hold at For the past 3 years, the fire department has partnered with the American Red Cross of the Tri-States to give away free smoke alarms to Dubuque residents.

Some fires are unpreventable, but most are preventable. There are five stations located in Dubuque, including fire headquarters on West 9th Street. A former executive at a now defunct ethanol plant in Hopkinton is going to prison. Documents from federal court in Cedar Rapids say 61 year old Darrell Smith of Forest City was recently sentenced to over and-a-half years in federal prison.

Smith was looking at 22 years behind bars after pleading guilty to wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. He used either pre-signed, blank authorization forms, or forged clients signatures.

In late , Smith was sentenced to 13 months in prison for failing to pay employment taxes. In addition to this most recent sentence, Smith was ordered to pay over a million dollars in restitution. There is no parole in the federal system. The early voting period opened this morning. Here in Dubuque County, early votes can be cast at the county courthouse, or the Elections Annex on Locust Street weekdays through November 5. Those who have requested a ballot be mailed to them should see the ballot show up sometime this week.

The deadline to request a ballot by mail is October 27…six days earlier than in the past. The overall early voting period was also reduced for this election cycle.

It is now 29 days, rather than the previous The Iowa State Patrol is investigating the deaths of two people who were killed in single-vehicle crashes on Sunday. In the first crash, One person was killed and another injured in Jackson County yesterday afternoon.

According to the State Patrol, the crash happened at about A northbound sports utility vehicle went off the road for an unknown reason and collided with a tree. A front seat passenger in the vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. The driver was taken to Mercy Hospital here in Dubuque. Another fatal crash happened south of Maquoketa late last night. According to the State Patrol, a pickup truck was travelling on a rural road about three miles south of Maquoketa at about The truck then rolled about a quarter-mile north of Iowa Highway Overnight rains are once again creating flooding concerns across the Tri-States, as some area rivers are back on the rise.

Other locations around the area received at least a half-inch of rainfall, with more on the way today…including the possibility for heavy rain in some areas. But it is not currently predicted to reach flood stage. The only area river expected to go beyond flood stage at this point is the Turkey River in Elkader. That includes the Southwest Arterial, which is still scheduled for completion late next year. Some of the work being done in downtown Dubuque is a different story.

City crews are expanding storm sewers that run underneath sections of 11th and 16th streets. That work is being done underground, where the rain can have more of an impact. The city expects to have some of those downtown storm sewer projects wrapped up by the middle of next month. The suspects were still outside the store, since their car had a flat tire. Police arrived a few minutes later and arrested them. The rest of the suspects are all underage and facing undisclosed charges.

Investigators also believe the group passed counterfeit s at the Belmont Travel Center. The driver involved in a vehicle fire in Dubuque on Saturday is now facing charges. Police say he bumped a car with his pickup in the parking lot of the Shopko on JFK Road just before 3: Police say Olmstead then flashed a box cutter, with a four-inch blade. Olmstead then got into his truck and crashed it into an electrical transformer, causing a fire.

Emergency crews took him to the hospital to be treated for injuries before police arrested him. Accusations of ethics violations provided the most pointed moments in the first debate between the candidates seeking to represent Dubuque in Congress.

Incumbent Republican Rod Blum and Democrat state representative Abby Finkenauer squared off in the first of two debates in their race for the 1 st District seat last night. Both candidates have been accused ethics violations: Blum for failing to disclose his role in an internet marketing company, and Finkenauer for missing a deadline to update her employment status. Blum responded that the time he spends on Congressional business prevents him from being directly involved in many of the companies that he owns or is invested in.

Blum and Finkenauer will meet for another debate a week from Tuesday in Cedar Rapids. A Canadian-based manufacturer has officially celebrated the opening of its new facility in Peosta.

Company leaders from Camso joined employees and Dubuque-area economic development officials for a ribbon cutting yesterday afternoon. The company makes and distributes off-road tires, wheels, and undercarriages. Plant Director Pat Fortin says before opening the new facility a year ago, two buildings housed their operations across the street from the current facility. Camso is a global manufacturer and has customers all over the world.

Fortin says the decision to expand the size of the company has proven to be significant for both their customers and employees.

Fortin says they have some other projects on the backburner and will make an announcement about those in the future. Camso currently employs nearly workers and plans to add 10 more next month. Police in Platteville are investigating an attempted abduction and sexual assault from early yesterday morning. Police received a report of a man trying to attack a woman. The man reportedly followed the woman and called out to her. He then ran up and grabbed her.

The woman was able scream for help and escape. But the man grabbed her again and tried to drag her across the street. After being told by a witness that police were on the way, the suspect left the area and was seen running west on Alden Street.

He is described as a black male, 6 feet-two inches tall, with a thin build. He was wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans. Authorities believe the man followed the woman from the area of Second and Main Streets. If you any information contact Platteville Police. An area financial institution is lending a hand to support victims of Hurricane Florence.

The three Premier Bank locations in Dubuque have team up with the American Red Cross to collect donations that will be used exclusively for Hurricane relief. Since the bank announced that it would be supporting the Hurricane Florence Relief Fund, donations have been coming in. Hurricane Florence hit the Carolinas nearly two weeks ago and is now impacting the coast.

Residents of the area near Clarke University can now drink their tap water without worry. A boil advisory that had been in place since Tuesday afternoon has been lifted. The advisory was issued after a water main break near the Clarke campus that afternoon. The advisory had affected those living on much of the Clarke campus, as well as about ten other homes in the area. Those tests have since come back negative for bacteria, and the advisory has been cancelled. A slate of mostly Republican candidates for state and county offices has received a stamp of approval from the Dubuque Area Chamber of Commerce.

For instance, the Chamber lists each of the four candidates seeking a spot on the Dubuque County Board of Supervisors on its list of approved candidates. Koelker is trying to unseat incumbent State Senator Tod Bowman. Lundgren and McKean are both incumbents seeking re-election to the Iowa House. A Grant County man was not injured despite falling into a sinkhole earlier this week. Authorities say Post was stuck in the hole for about a half hour, until a neighbor heard his screams for help.

The neighbor initially tried to give post a step ladder, but the hole was too deep. First responders were then called, and were able to pull Post out of the hole. He was evaluated at the scene, but did not go to the hospital. While river levels in many Tri-State area communities have fallen back below flood stage, there are still a handful of Flood Warnings in effect.

It crested at about The Flood Warning will expire whenever that happens. It finally crested at The Main Street Bridge in Darlington is now back open. But local authorities continue to urge caution, as flood waters are still coming on to parts of the road. Governor Kim Reynolds has issued a disaster proclamation for both Dubuque and Delaware counties.

Among the funding sources being opened to those counties is the Individual Assistance Grant Program. The Tri-States are largely getting a brief break from rainfall today and tomorrow, but rain moves back into the forecast on Friday and stays there for at least a week.

Beginning Friday, the rain that moves into our area will be less scattered, and more in the form of large, layered systems. That pattern looks like it will stay in place for quite a while, through at least the end of next week.

A pair of suspects are facing multiple charges each after being accused of stealing a couple hundred dollars worth of gas and supplies from a Dubuque boat dealer. As the officer approached, the truck sped off.

The two men in the truck were eventually taken into custody. According to court documents, they each admitted to siphoning gas from boats at the dealership. In addition, two boat batteries, some emergency flares, and a gas can were located in the truck. All of those items had been taken from Hawkeye Boat. Bakken was additionally charged with Interference with Official Acts and Possession of a Controlled Substance after he reportedly lied to police about having marijuana in his jacket pocket.

HACAP spokesperson Ginger Schoop says Homeless Stand Down was created to provide veterans and their families with a variety of services they may not otherwise have access to. Veterans will have a chance to sign up for Operation Home at the Dubuque event. Registration starts at 9 a. Some residents living along Clarke Drive have been advised to boil their water until further notice. A water main break this afternoon prompted city officials to issue a boil advisory.

The advisory covers most of the Clarke University campus and around 10 residents on Clarke Drive. The break occurred in a 12 inch main and crews are working to fix it as soon as possible. When water service is restored, officials say you should boil your tap water before drinking it or using it for cooking or use any alternative source like bottled water until the advisory is lifted.

After service is restored, the water will be tested for bacteria. That process could take up to 48 hours.

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