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Thank you for fulling my request, but after looking around I found Max is his middle name and a memorial was already made, so I deleted it. Thanks for your quick response. :o)
|Mary Bowers Dill||Charles Thomas Hubbs #38542544|
Charles Thomas Hubbs #38542544 is buried with his daughter Audrey M. Hubbs #38542554. She is listed as his spouse but is definitely his daughter. Charles Thomas Hubbs was married to Kathleen Cloe Thompson. They were born in Iowa but I cannot find a Find a Grave memorial for her under Thompson or Hubbs and don't know her date of death. As of the 1930 Census, they were living in Seventy-Six, Washington, Iowa, with their three children: Maxine Lillian (b. 1915), Gerald N. (b. 1917) and Audrey M. (b. 1924). Audrey is currently listed at her memorial as born in 1925, but according to the 1925 Iowa census and 1930 US census she was born in 1924. Hope you can correct their records.
|Undertaker's Gr-Granddaughter||Nona Berry|
Can you put her picture on her husbands memorial, Max Berry. I also put in a request and I hope you can claim it. :o)
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||Lelah Taft 104160209|
hi again, Karen.
please put into her bio section;
Lelah May Taft was the daughter of George G. and Dorothy Tucker Kincaid.
I cannot find her parents or I would have sent an edit. AGAIN, the edit key isn't letting me send a message. What a pain it is. And it's so SLOW!
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||Fern Tusing|
No. They stayed married. They are together in the 1940 census.
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||Fern D. Oaks 106019494|
This edit is confusing so I'll explain first. Mercy I had a time finding out what happened here.
This lady married at 14 to Ralph Tusing. He was 35!!! He is listed in 2 separate cemeteries and since they have the same dates, I've attached her to both. I've requested a photo to see if he is actually in Oakview. He has a stone for sure in the other cemetery. He could be a younger Ralph with wrong dates in this cemetery.
Next, she may or may not have divorced him as it says in the 1930 census when she was 16, but if she did, she didn't change her name legally back to Oaks. I see that her stone says Oaks, but she died as a Tusing, in case anyone wants to view her death certificate. I'm hoping that if there is a stone for her husband there, that perhaps it will show Tusing on a large stone and then his name on a smaller stone, as hers, which reads Fern Oaks. Maybe they didn't divorce and he isn't the old man, but his son, Ralph, if he had one! I'm not done looking.
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||RE: Jesse Young|
Oh, I added a memorial for him. I don't know where he is buried right now, so I parked him there until I do. It's easier than finding someone with the burial unknown thing. He for sure was the first husband of Alice. They weren't married for long because her 2nd marriage happened when she was only 18 and she was already a widow with the surname Young. They may have married in 1910 but they weren't married yet when the census was taken.
I have a book here from the genealogical library of people that died in Iowa in 1992. That's where it shows Alice Storey and says her 1st husband was Jess Young. It doesn't mention her 2nd husband. I found that quite by accident. They must have divorced because I found him buried with another wife. I tried to put them in the right sequence Jesse, Harley, Lee but evidently it didn't work. I thought that putting in the marriage years it might.
The edit button that I send obits on is the messages button. You know... the one where you have to see which pictures have the trees or the food, etc. to prove you aren't a robot and once you get those right (and I can't see them half the time)you can send the message. That hasn't been working for me lately.
Anyway you've been right on top of going through your edits. You must have been the first person going through those Iowa cemeteries. lol. I see most of these are your memorials. Every day I have a ton of edits accepted. I'm confused about the declined ones, though. What was it you declined today? Because I see that you did add the 1st and 2nd marriages for her.
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||Marguerite Beadle 102374420|
Sorry. Again the edit button isn't working for me so I have to send this obit to you via this...
Ottumwa Courier Friday Feb 14, 1992
Albia – Marguerite Beadle, 83, of Albia, died Friday, Feb 12, at Oakwood Estates in Albia.
She was born Feb 2, 1909 in Monroe County to Hugh and Mary Richards Anderson. She married Thomas Beadle on Dec 31, 1925, in Hocking. He died Jan 3, 1982. Shw was a homemaker, member of the Trinity United Methodist Church in Albia and past member of the Pocahontas.
She is survived by two daughters, Phoebe Sincox of of Ottumwa and Augusta Van Dorin of Albia, seven grandchildren; six great grandchildren;l three sisters, Elsie Nevins and Mary Turner of Albia and Mary Shockley of Hiwasee, Arkansas; and a brother, Edward Anderson of Woodward.
She was preceded in death by her parents, a son, Thomas; and two brothers, W. G. and James Anderson.
Burial will be at Oakview Cemetery in Albia, Iowa.
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||105669941 Hazel|
Oh. I see that you did make her maiden name Stuchel. I'm confused then.
p.s. confusion is a normal thing for me.
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||105669941 Hazel Belzer|
Zoey, you declined my edit to make Hazel Belzer's maiden name Stuchel. I got that info from Clifford Belzer's death certificate. Why do you think it's not that? Just wondering?
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