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Re: James W. Beesley b. 1888/Lincoln Co., OK 1910
Posted by: May Noble (ID *****4132) Date: November 01, 2004 at 07:12:02
In Reply to: Re: James W. Beesley b. 1888/Lincoln Co., OK 1910 by Charlene Reinhart of 22

Hi Charlene, Yes, I had the 1910 Lincoln Co., Oklahoma census for James and Ethel Beesley, with dau Alma born in Jan 1910. Thank you though for checking on it. The family is back in Illinois in 1920 Scott County, and in 1930 in Cass Co., Illinois, (where Ethel was from). Using that 1910 census as a clue, this is how I found the Alma Kumnick for 19 Jan 1910 - died 12 March 1995 Maywood, Cook Co., Illinois in the SSDI. James and Ethel Beesley also died in Maywood, IL, thus my assumtion that this Alma in the SSDI would be the correct one, error on my part, everything seemed to fit, but one has to investigate to prove it all. It is a coincidence that the Alma Kohoutek that married Clarence Kumnick was also born in Jan 1910 and died in Maywood where my Alma's parents died. The Beesley's only had one other child that I am aware of, a son who died when he was 15 years old. I will continue my search. Thank you ever so much for all your help!! May


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