|316||i.||Charlotte May6 Selfridge, born January 03, 1885 in Gansevoort, Northumberland, Saratoga, New York; died December 26, 1972 in Rome, Oneida, New York. She married Henry Sherman Mead September 04, 1914 in Rome, Oneida, New York.|
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Social Security Number: 120-34-8599
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Marriage: September 04, 1914, Rome, Oneida, New York
|317||i.||Ruth Evelyn6 Selfridge, born May 22, 1896 in Gansevoort, Northumberland, Saratoga, New York; died January 21, 1919 in Gansevoort, Northumberland, Saratoga, New York. She married Harold Holmquist May 28, 1918 in Gansevoort, Saratoga, New York.|
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Cause of Death: Influenza
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Marriage: May 28, 1918, Gansevoort, Saratoga, New York
|318||ii.||Charles Edward Selfridge, born May 13, 1903 in Gansevoort, Northumberland, Saratoga, New York; died November 09, 1963 in Fort Edward, Washington, New York. He married Zella Evangeline Gallup June 14, 1933 in Gansevoort, Saratoga, New York.|
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Marriage: June 14, 1933, Gansevoort, Saratoga, New York
|319||i.||Benjamin Bennett6 Putman733, born 1872 in Arkansas, USA733.|
|320||ii.||Maggie Lenora Putman733, born 1871 in Arkansas, USA733.|
|321||iii.||Ralph Putman733, born 1882 in Kansas, USA733.|
|322||iv.||Willie Edgar Putman733, born 1880 in Kansas, USA733.|
|323||v.||Charles Putman733, born 1891 in Arkansas, USA733.|
|324||vi.||Josie Putman733, born 1888 in Arkansas, USA733.|
|325||vii.||John Putman733, born 1881 in Arkansas, USA733.|
|326||viii.||James C Putman733, born 1877 in Arkansas, USA733.|
|327||i.||Lillie Maude6 Efnor, born February 28, 1882 in Galesburg, Jasper, Iowa752; died March 13, 1903.|
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Residence: 1885, Jasper, Iowa753
|328||ii.||Odessa Grace Efnor, born October 22, 1883 in Galesburg, Jasper, Iowa754; died June 1978. She married (1) Unknown Hilliards. She married (2) Unknown Dworshak. She married (3) Robert H. Balis April 08, 1908 in Jasper County, Iowa754; born 1875 in Wisconsin755.|
Notes for Odessa Grace Efnor:|
Wednesday, Miss Grace Efnor and Mr. Robert Balis, accompanied by Miss Florence Rater and Mr. Guy Efnor, took a pleasure trip to parts unknown by the writer. Mr. Robert Balis and Miss Grace Efnor were married. She spent the early part of her life in school a graduate of the Newton high school and also of Wesleyan University at Mt. Pleasant, then was a successful teacher for a number of years. Her sister Maud passing away leaving Grace the only daughter, her parents shortly after sent her to Iowa City State University where she spent about 8 months. Her mother being sick she returned home and in a few days her mother also was taken to the great beyond, leaving her with her father and three brothers. She truly has done her part to those who were left in her care.
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Residence: 1905, Jasper, Iowa756
Notes for Robert H. Balis:|
Reasnor Young People Married at Agency Wednesday.
Agency, April 10.--Miss Grace Efnor of Reasnor, Iowa, has been since Monday a guest at the home of Rev. O. G. Orcutt, being a very near friend of Mrs. Orcutt. On Wednesday, afternoon she was joined by Robert Balis, Miss Florence Rater and Guy Efnor, and at 6 o'clock she and Mr. Balis were quietly married with the ring ceremony of the Methodist ritual, Rev. Orocutt officiating.
Miss Maud Shadford played the wedding march. Luncheon was then served and a very enjoyable evening spent. The bridal party left Thursday afternoon by way of Ottumwa to Reasnor where they will make their future home. Mr. Balis being an influential .stockman whose farm is near Reasnor.
The above taken front the Ottumwa Courier of last Friday will be a pleasant surprise to their many friends in this county, however, only confirming the suspicions they have had for some time. It was a sly trick of Grace and Bob but their friends think so much of them that they will readily grant forgiveness with the hope that their happiness will go on and increase throughout a long and prosperous married life.
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Residence: 1900, Palo Alto, Jasper, Iowa757
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Marriage: April 08, 1908, Jasper County, Iowa758
|329||iii.||Guy Merrill Efnor759, born December 30, 1885 in Reasnor, Jasper, Iowa760,761,762; died May 16, 1935 in Newton, Jasper, Iowa763. He married Florence Grace Rater764,765 May 04, 1908 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa766,767,768; born August 31, 1885 in Huron, Beadle, South Dakota769,770,771; died May 02, 1977 in West Memphis, Crittenden, Arkansas.|
Notes for Guy Merrill Efnor:|
Mr. Guy Efnor and Miss Florence Rater were quietly married at the home of Mrs. Harley in Des Moines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Balis and Miss Flossy Buckley and Mr. Earl Efnor were present. They came to Newton on the evening train and came to Mr. George Raters, the bride's parents, where the bounteous supper was served. The next day they went to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Efnor are among our best people and we wish them a long and happy life.
Obituary from the Newton Daily News:
REASNOR--Guy Merrill Efnor, son of Oscar E., and Lita Bell Efnor, was born in Jasper County, Iowa, Dec. 30, 1885, and died in the Skiff Memorial hospital at Newton, May 16, 1935, at the age of 49 years, 4 months and 17 days.
In the passing of Guy Efnor the community loses one of its best citizens and the church one of its most active members. His entire life had been spent in this community except one year which he spent in Missouri.
He received his early education in the little rural school east of Reasnor and after completing the work there, continued his high school work in Newton where he was graduated in 1902. He then attended Iowa State college for one year.
He was united in marriage with Florence Grace Rater, May 4, 1908. To this union was born five children, Roma Ardis, Frances Arlene Mae, Azaela Merle, Guy Merrill, Jr. and Paul Andrew.
He united with the Methodist Episcopal church when he was 10 years old, and he was also a member of the Woodman of the World.. He was teacher of the Men's Bible class and temperance superintendent of the Sunday school of the Reasnor church.
He was preceded in death by his mother, his sister, Maude, and his brother, Earl. He leaves his wife, five children, his aged father, one sister, Odessa Grace Hilliard of Denver, Colo., one brother, Claude, of Minneapolis; three grandsons, Calvin Fletcher, William Merrill, and Carroll Everett Brown, five nieces and three nephews.
Funeral services were conducted from the church in Reasnor Sunday afternoon by the pastor, the Rev. R. E. Hodgson. Interment was in the cemetery at Monroe.
Those attending the funeral from a distance were O. E. Efnor of Boone, .Grace Efnor Hilliard of Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Efnor of Minneapolis, Minn., Muriel Efnor of Dolliver; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Cooper, Chatmer Cooper of Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cooper of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. George Rater, Gladys Van Deventer of Adel; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Caple of Yale; Mrs. Flossie Efnor, Chalmer, Francis, Martha, and Lita Bell Efnor of Bondurant; Rev. and Mrs. Forest Moore of Columbia and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilbert of Des Moines.
Injuries Fatal to Guy M. Efnor Late Thursday
Reasnor Farmer Dies at Skiff Hospital of Fractured Vertebra
To Hold Funeral Rites at Reasnor Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday
Guy M. Efnor, 49, Reasnor farmer, died Thursday at 5 p. m. at the Skiff Memorial hospital as the result of a fractured vertebra, suffered Monday when he was thrown from his tractor.
Efnor was plowing Monday afternoon at his farm home one and one half miles west of Reasnor when the seat of his tractor broke throwing him in front of the plow. He was unable to summon help and lay for three hours before he was found by his two sons, Guy Jr., and Paul.
Funeral services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p. m. from the Methodist Episcopal church in Reasnor by the Rev. R. E. Hodgson, pastor. Interment will be in the Monroe cemetery.
Guy M. Efnor, son of Oscar E. and Lita (Bell) Efnor, was born in Jasper county, Ia.., Dec. 30, 1885 and spent practically his entire life in this county.
On May 4, 1908, he was united in marriage to Florence Rater, who, with five children, survives. Following their marriage, the couple lived in Missouri for a year and on a farm near Kellogg the next year. The remainder of their married life was spent in the vicinity of Reasnor, with the last 16 years spent on the present farm west of Reasnor.
He joined the Methodist Episcopal Church when a young boy and was teacher of the Men's Bible class of the Reasnor church at his death. He was also a member pf the Woodmen of the World lodge.
He was preceded in death by his mother; a brother, Earl, and a sister, Maude.
Surviving relatives include his widow; three daughters, Mrs. Roma Brown of Reasnor, Frances of Des Moines, and Azaela, a senior in the Newton high school; two sons, Guy Jr. and Paul, both at home; his father, Oscar E. Efnor, of Boone; a sister, Mrs. Grace Hilliard of Denver, Colo., and a brother, Claude Efnor of Minneapolis. Three grandchildren, Calvin, William and Carroll Brown also survive.
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Burial: May 19, 1935, Row 3, Sec 1, South Part, Silent City Cemetery, Monroe, Iowa772
Cause of Death: Broken neck from a farm tractor accident773
Other-Begin: Jasper County774
Residence: 1930, Fairview, Jasper, Iowa775
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Burial: Row 3, Sec 1, South Part, Silent City Cemetery, Monroe, Iowa776
Residence: 1930, Fairview, Jasper, Iowa777
Social Security Number: 478-14-2574778
SSN issued: Iowa778
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Marriage: May 04, 1908, Des Moines, Polk, Iowa779,780,781
|330||iv.||Arthur Earl Efnor782,783, born May 20, 1888 in Galesburg, Jasper, Iowa784,785; died June 24, 1927 in Mitchellville, Polk, Iowa785. He married Flossie Leona Buckley786 Abt. 1910; born August 10, 1891 in Adair, Adair, Iowa787; died August 1966 in Monroe, Jasper, Iowa, United States of America788.|
Notes for Arthur Earl Efnor:|
MITCHELLVILLE MAN IS KILLED IN WINDSTORM
Earl Efnor, Son of Newton Man Dies When Silo Collapses Yesterday.
Funeral Services Will be Held Tomorrow at Santiago. Five Miles
North of Mitchellville.
Earl Efnor, second son of O. E. Efnor of this city, was instantly killed yesterday afternoon at his home near Mitchellville, when a heavy wind blew over the silo on which he was working.
Mr. Efnor had gone to the top of the silo in an effort to run a cable around the top of the silo to strengthen it, and the silo as it blew over threw him against a post;: killing him instantly.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the church in Santiago, five miles north of Mitchellville and burial will be in the Monroe cemetery.
Mr. Efnor was 40 years old. He was born on a farm 12 miles south of Newton and had spent his entire life in this State: Although never a resident of this city be had made a number of acquaintances in this vicinitty who regard him as a true friend. He was graduated from the Monroe high school and had followed the occupation of farming.
Soon after his marriage 17 years ago to Miss Flossle Buckley of Prairie City, he managed a farm south of Newton for his aunt, Miss Alice .Latham and for the last 11 years he had lived on the farm near Mitchellville, where he ran a milk ranch stocked with Guernsey cattle.
At noon, when Mr. Efnor was talking with his family, shortly before his death, he told his young sons that he was tired and that they would have to run the place for awhile.
Mr. Efnor is survived by his widow and five young children, three sons, Floyd, Chalmers and Francis, and two daughters, Martha and Lona Belle, all at his home, his father, O. E. Efnor and his mother, Mrs. O. E. Efnor of this city.
Oscar Efnor informs us of a kindly act of the neighbors of his son, Earl of Bondurant, who was accidentally killed last week. A few days ago 26 of the neighbors came with their teams and cultivators and during the afternoon they plowed a 5 acre cornfield twice.
While they were engaged at this work, a number of other men cleared away the wrecked silo and did other needed work around the place.
Earl's Jasper county friends will be glad to hear of this and also to learn that he left a sufficient amount of inheritance that his wife can provide for the family and keep them together. With the assistance that has been given them the hired man and the two older boys can manage the farm and carry on the dairy business which Earl was engaged.
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Burial: Row 4, Sec 1, Silent City Cemetery, Monroe, Iowa789
Cause of Death: Farm Accident
Other-Begin: Polk County790
Residence: 1910, Buena Vista, Jasper, Iowa791
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Burial: Row 4, Sec 1, Silent City Cemetery, Monroe, Iowa792
Residence: 1910, Fairview, Jasper, Iowa793
Social Security Number: 485-03-7533794
SSN issued: Iowa794
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Marriage: Abt. 1910
|331||v.||Claude Orin Efnor795,796, born March 16, 1892 in Galesburg, Jasper, Iowa797,798; died September 12, 1973 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota798,799. He married Vera Morton800 in Centerville, Turner, South Dakota; born January 05, 1894 in South Dakota801; died August 13, 1985 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.|
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Burial: Block 9, Lot 38, Newton Union Cemetery, Newton, Iowa
Other-Begin: Chicago City802
Residence: 1910, Newton Ward 1, Jasper, Iowa803
Social Security Number: 468-01-8454804
SSN issued: Minnesota804
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Burial: Block 9, Lot 38, Newton Union Cemetery, Newton, Iowa
Residence: 1900, Newton, Jasper, Iowa805
Social Security Number: 469-01-3841806
SSN issued: Minnesota806
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Marriage: Centerville, Turner, South Dakota
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