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Re: Zula, Eldon, Edith, Earl - IA, SD
Posted by: Karen (Kepford) Batchelder Date: January 01, 2001 at 14:33:28
In Reply to: Re: Zula, Eldon, Edith, Earl - IA, SD by Linda Martin of 81

Zula died Sept. 12, 1922 probably in Hawarden, IA. Earl thinks her father was Will. The siblings he can remember are: Ida, Alden, Dud(ley), Lizzie, Lottie, Lonzo, Lyman & Zula. The lack of staying together was probably religion.
It looks like Zula (Baptist)was a sister of Ida. Dad said Ida married a Foote.
Alden was Methodist. I think he died in Texas. I was at his funeral in the late 50s or early 60s. He had at least 2 sons Glee and Glen. Glee was a minister in a fundemental church. The name escapes me right now. I think he is still alive. The last I knew (a couple of years ago) Glen was in Prescott Valley, AZ.
Dud married but Dad doesn't know much more. He was close to Lizzie.
Lizzie was Seventh Day Adventist. She never married.
He didn't remember much about Lottie or Lonzo.
Lyman was a minister and was with the American Bible Association. His wife Nellie died in a nursing home in Huron, SD.
I have a journal that Lyman kept when he was a young man. I will look at it again as soon as I can. I probably will find out more from it.
There is also a family history someone put together about the time of the reunion. Supposedly back several hundred years. I didn't put too much stock in it because there were too many broken threads. I'll look at that, too. The more recent entries might be ok.
Percy was a nephew of Zula.


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