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Estate of Conrad Yoder (April 1790-Lincoln County, NC )--           pg 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Estate of John Yoder (January 18th 1836)--Document in Adobe format  (Click here to download Adobe Acrobat)

Diary of Junius T. Yoder-- Wedding and Death Excerpts--1890 - 1915

A Condensed History of the Early Settlers of Catawba County--  Prepared by Col. G. M. Yoder

Anna - marriage - 1909

Colonel G. M. - Historical Sketch - November 11, 1907 - 1 2

Colonel G. M. - More about Newton - November 16, 1905

Colonel G. M. - First Saloon and Printing Office - December 12, 1915

Colonel G. M. - Gaston County Letter - November 12, 1915

Colonel G. M. - Obituary - March 16, 1920

Charlie and Hattie - marriage - 1905

Colonel G. M. - school days

Colonel G. M. - 80th birthday

Suggested Web Site--YODER FAMILY INFORMATION--Chris Yoder's the Web Master for this great site on Yoders.  He was kind enough to grant permission for us to link to his site, so please pay him a visit!  He describes the site as follows:
 "These files contain a collection of Yoder family data which has been assembled over the last 14 years by the Yoder Newsletter (YNL, P O Box 594,Goshen, IN 46527 for subscription information). A full set of this data may be ordered on disk from the YNL address. For content update, write Chris Yoder, 203 Lakeshire Rd, Battle Creek, MI 49015 or email at 75757.3371@compuserve.com. These "Yoder Archives" are also maintained on the Internet at the Yoder Homepage and can be viewed at:    http://www.yodernewsletter.org/

  • Bibliography  ***Bibliographies were compiled based on sources available in the Rhodes Room, of the Catawba County Public Library.
  • The Rhodes Room web site was created with support from federal Library Service and Technology Act (LSTA) funds made possible through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources through the North Carolina ECHO, 'Exploring Cultural Heritage Online' Digitization Grant Program.