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1. Title:   Capt. Richard Kimbel profile on Geni.com
Page:   Adolph "Dolph" Kimbel
Author:   Reta Patricia Herrick (Holmgren)
Publication:   http://www.geni.com/profile/index/5574711037780071886
Text:   Captain Richard Adam Kimbel (1840 - 1910) Birthdate:�Ctab�DMay 20, 1840 Birthplace:�Ctab�DSaxony, Germany Death:�Ctab�DDied June 18, 1910 in Bellevue, Iowa Immediate Family: Husband of Frances, Lizzie Kimbel, Anna and Katherine. Father of Edward Elgin, LeRoy, Carl, Claude, Luella, Richard Jr., Willie, sebastian? Christian, Carrie, Anne, Katy, Adolph "Dolph", Josephine "Phenie", Elizabeth "Lizzie", Lucy, George "Captain", Henry, Emma "Muzzie", Minnie and Albert. Added by: Reta Herrick (Holmgren) �Cu�D<http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564> on March 29, 2008 �C/u�DManaged by: Reta Herrick (Holmgren) �Cu�D<http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564>�C/u�D Richard emigrated to America and landed at New York.They came directly west to Galen Illinois. It was at the Lead Mine City and on the Galena river that young Richard Kimbel received his introduction to the ferrying and general boating business. later he moved to Bellevue Iowa and for many years was engaged in the work of ferrying passengers and teams and transporting produce to and fro on the "Father of Waters" He had 4 wives and 23 children, Owned Kimbel's Island situated in the Mississippi River just above the Dubuque Lock & Dam 11 Was known as Captain Kimbel, one of the oldest and wealthiest river men on the Mississippi river. I had 4 wives and 23 children, Owned Kimbel's Island situated in the Mississippi River just above the Dubuque Lock & Dam 11. Was known as Captain Kimbel, one of the oldest and wealthiest river men on the Mississippi river.
Link:   http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564
Link:   http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564
2. Title:   Twin Girls Times 2 for Capt. Kimbel
Page:   Adolph Kimbel
Publication:   http://iagenweb.org/boards/jackson/documents/index.cgi?read=331547
Text:   �Cb�DAdolph Kimbel�C/b�D �Cb�DFENGLER, KIMBEL�C/b�D �Cb�DPosted By: K. Wilslef (�Cu�Demail <javascript:var e1='gm%61%69%6c.com?su%62j%65%63t=%41%64ol%70%68%20Kim%62el',e2='mailto:%20', e3='%6be%6cl%69%77%69%6c%73l%65%66';var e0=e2+e3+'%40'+e1;(window.location?window.location.replace(e0):document.write(e0));>�C/u�D) Date: 3/24/2011 at 18:58:30 �C/b�D Adolph Kimbel proud father Bellevue Leader February 27, 1902 Adolph Kimbel is feeling more than proud today. He is the father of twin girl babies. A day or two later Mrs. George Fengler presented her husband with twin girl babies also; and now Capt. Kimbel, who is father of Adolph and Mrs. Fengler, says he doesn't care whether the ferry boat runs or not next summer. He is the grandpa of four girls. Dubuque Times
3. Title:   Capt. Richard Kimbel profile on Geni.com
Page:   July 6, 1872, Bellevue, IA
Author:   Reta Patricia Herrick (Holmgren)
Publication:   http://www.geni.com/profile/index/5574711037780071886
Text:   Captain Richard Adam Kimbel (1840 - 1910) Birthdate:�Ctab�DMay 20, 1840 Birthplace:�Ctab�DSaxony, Germany Death:�Ctab�DDied June 18, 1910 in Bellevue, Iowa Immediate Family: Husband of Frances, Lizzie Kimbel, Anna and Katherine. Father of Edward Elgin, LeRoy, Carl, Claude, Luella, Richard Jr., Willie, sebastian? Christian, Carrie, Anne, Katy, Adolph "Dolph", Josephine "Phenie", Elizabeth "Lizzie", Lucy, George "Captain", Henry, Emma "Muzzie", Minnie and Albert. Added by: Reta Herrick (Holmgren) �Cu�D<http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564> on March 29, 2008 �C/u�DManaged by: Reta Herrick (Holmgren) �Cu�D<http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564>�C/u�D Richard emigrated to America and landed at New York.They came directly west to Galen Illinois. It was at the Lead Mine City and on the Galena river that young Richard Kimbel received his introduction to the ferrying and general boating business. later he moved to Bellevue Iowa and for many years was engaged in the work of ferrying passengers and teams and transporting produce to and fro on the "Father of Waters" He had 4 wives and 23 children, Owned Kimbel's Island situated in the Mississippi River just above the Dubuque Lock & Dam 11 Was known as Captain Kimbel, one of the oldest and wealthiest river men on the Mississippi river. I had 4 wives and 23 children, Owned Kimbel's Island situated in the Mississippi River just above the Dubuque Lock & Dam 11. Was known as Captain Kimbel, one of the oldest and wealthiest river men on the Mississippi river.
Link:   http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564
Link:   http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564
4. Title:   Capt. Richard Kimbel profile on Geni.com
Page:   Died November 16, 1952 in Clinton, Iowa
Author:   Reta Patricia Herrick (Holmgren)
Publication:   http://www.geni.com/profile/index/5574711037780071886
Text:   Captain Richard Adam Kimbel (1840 - 1910) Birthdate:�Ctab�DMay 20, 1840 Birthplace:�Ctab�DSaxony, Germany Death:�Ctab�DDied June 18, 1910 in Bellevue, Iowa Immediate Family: Husband of Frances, Lizzie Kimbel, Anna and Katherine. Father of Edward Elgin, LeRoy, Carl, Claude, Luella, Richard Jr., Willie, sebastian? Christian, Carrie, Anne, Katy, Adolph "Dolph", Josephine "Phenie", Elizabeth "Lizzie", Lucy, George "Captain", Henry, Emma "Muzzie", Minnie and Albert. Added by: Reta Herrick (Holmgren) �Cu�D<http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564> on March 29, 2008 �C/u�DManaged by: Reta Herrick (Holmgren) �Cu�D<http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564>�C/u�D Richard emigrated to America and landed at New York.They came directly west to Galen Illinois. It was at the Lead Mine City and on the Galena river that young Richard Kimbel received his introduction to the ferrying and general boating business. later he moved to Bellevue Iowa and for many years was engaged in the work of ferrying passengers and teams and transporting produce to and fro on the "Father of Waters" He had 4 wives and 23 children, Owned Kimbel's Island situated in the Mississippi River just above the Dubuque Lock & Dam 11 Was known as Captain Kimbel, one of the oldest and wealthiest river men on the Mississippi river. I had 4 wives and 23 children, Owned Kimbel's Island situated in the Mississippi River just above the Dubuque Lock & Dam 11. Was known as Captain Kimbel, one of the oldest and wealthiest river men on the Mississippi river.
Link:   http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564
Link:   http://www.geni.com/profile/index/4949173455330111564



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