1880 Oxford Mills, Jones, IA
John Eastwood, b. WI, 29, day work
Charlotte, wife, b. Il, 22
Frank, b. IA, 7
Harvey F., b. IA, 2/12ths
Esther Mary leslie, b. IA, 7, adopted dau
1885 Rome, Jones, IA
John Eastwood, b. WI, 37, laborer
Charlotte, b. IL, 27
Harry F., b. IA, 5
1895 Fairview, Jones, IA
Sharlota Eastwood, b. IL, 40
1900 Wayne, Jones, IA, Jones Co. Poor Farm
Lottie Eastwood, b. IA, 42, widow, inmate, 3/2 children
Iowa doesn't have a death index nor do they publish death dates. Some counties recorded deaths as early as 1880 but it wasn't mandated until 1920.
You can do a Google search for Jones County Iowa Cemeteries and look for them in the inventoried cemeteries.
The Monticello newspapers are free and online, http://monticello.advantage-preservation.com/
issues 1865 through 2013.
Other Jones County newspapers are at http://jonescounty.advantage-preservation.com/
from 1856 thru 2011.
You have to go in person to view death records at the Recorder's office (another one of Iowa's "wonky" rules, http://iowajones.org/research/resources.htm
There is a list of Jones County researchers at http://iowajones.org/research/resources.htm
The Iowa Genealogical Society will do research for you for a fee, http://iowajones.org/research/resources.htm
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