Turnbull Clan Genealogy Collection

Margaret (Molly) Frances Handlin

F, #37951, b. about 1832
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherJoseph Turner Handlin (b. 20 May 1807, d. 4 April 1855)
MotherKatherine C. Trimble (b. 3 October 1803, d. 12 March 1850)

BMDB Events

MarriageDuley Threlkeld and Margaret (Molly) Frances Handlin were married.1
BirthMargaret (Molly) Frances Handlin was born about 1832.2

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NameMargaret (Molly) Frances Handlin was also known as Margaret (Molly) Frances Threlkeld.1

Citations

  1. [S1709] Sandra Walker, E-Mail from Sandra Walker, Molly married Duley Threlkeld and had Colin, Kate, and Melville, email address, North Carolina, USA, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  2. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Elizabeth J. Handlin

F, #37952, b. about 1833
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherJoseph Turner Handlin (b. 20 May 1807, d. 4 April 1855)
MotherKatherine C. Trimble (b. 3 October 1803, d. 12 March 1850)

BMDB Events

BirthElizabeth J. Handlin was born about 1833.1

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Clara Handlin

F, #37953, b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1858 and 1962
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherIsaac Trimble Handlin (b. 13 February 1832, d. 9 May 1882)
MotherRosa B. Clark (b. between 1814 and 1850, d. between 1893 and 1937)

BMDB Events

BirthClara Handlin was born between 1853 and 1879.1
DeathClara Handlin died between 1858 and 1962.1

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Philip Ford

M, #37957, b. 25 November 1800, d. 23 November 1831
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherJames Ford (b. about 1775)

BMDB Events

BirthPhilip Ford was born on 25 November 1800.1
MarriagePhilip Ford and Katherine C. Trimble were married about 1825 in Abbeyville, South Carolina, USAG.1,2,3
DeathPhilip Ford died on 23 November 1831 at age 30. dragged from his horse and drowned in about 4 inches of water.2

Family: Katherine C. Trimble (b. 3 October 1803, d. 12 March 1850)

SonFrancis (Frank) Ford+ (b. 7 May 1826, d. 13 December 1897)

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003
  2. [S1709] Sandra Walker, E-Mail from Sandra Walker, email address, North Carolina, USA, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  3. [S2132] FamilySearch, Ref #M12664

Elizabeth Lillis

F, #37958
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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MarriageCharles Hawkins and Elizabeth Lillis were married about 1861. Windsor, NSW1

Family: Charles Hawkins

SonAlfred Thomas Hawkins+ (b. about 1872)

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NameElizabeth Lillis was also known as Elizabeth Hawkins.1

Citations

  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1861-3065, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Katherine C. Trimble

F, #37959, b. 3 October 1803, d. 12 March 1850
Last Edited10 September 2017

 

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Parents

FatherJames Trimble (b. 4 December 1780, d. 10 May 1839)
MotherMargarette Gillespie (b. 19 June 1780, d. 10 May 1839)

BMDB Events

BirthKatherine C. Trimble was born on 3 October 1803 in Abbeville, Abbeville Co., South Carolina, USAG.1
MarriagePhilip Ford and Katherine C. Trimble were married about 1825 in Abbeyville, South Carolina, USAG.1,2,3
MarriageJoseph Turner Handlin and Katherine C. Trimble were married on 16 October 1828 in Livingston Co., Kentucky, USAG. (now Crittenden) Ref #M126161
DeathKatherine C. Trimble died on 12 March 1850 at age 46 in Livingston Co., Kentucky, USAG. (now Crittenden)1

Family 1: Philip Ford (b. 25 November 1800, d. 23 November 1831)

SonFrancis (Frank) Ford+ (b. 7 May 1826, d. 13 December 1897)

Family 2: Joseph Turner Handlin (b. 20 May 1807, d. 4 April 1855)

DaughterLavina Caroline (Carrie) Handlin (b. about 1830, d. about 1850)
DaughterMary L. Handlin (b. about 1831)
DaughterMargaret (Molly) Frances Handlin (b. about 1832)
SonIsaac Trimble Handlin+ (b. 13 February 1832, d. 9 May 1882)
DaughterElizabeth J. Handlin (b. about 1833)
SonWilliam Wallace Handlin (b. about 1834)

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NameKatherine C. Trimble was also known as Catherine C. Trimble.4
Name-MarriedAs of about 1825, Katherine C. Trimble's married name was Katherine C. Ford.1
Name-MarriedAs of 16 October 1828, Katherine C. Trimble's married name was Katherine C. Handlin.1
WitnessKatherine C. Trimble was a witness. What Papa told me of his Parents
By Augusta Webb Ford Andrews
Father told me. “My father married a pretty face, named K.T., his father, an irascible, violent man quarreled with him on account of it and from that time on had nothing to do with him. I remember my father was good and very handsome—especially on horseback he used to take me on his horse in front of him for long rides, sometimes I went to sleep –he was very proud of me. He died when I was between four and five years old. I do not remember my mother much except that she had a pretty face. After my fathers death my grandfather James Ford came and took me home with him. I refused to go and leave ‘Pely’( think I have the name right) of all else I write I remember almost word for word told me while you were at Clifton Springs) “The greatest grief of my life was Pelys leaving me-they took him home with me he was a poor white aged About fifteen -- I went to bed happy, Pely was there. They sent him away the next morning before I was up and when I asked for him they told me he had left me. I have suffered many things in life, my daughter but nothing like this I felt alone, deserted by my one friend.
The widow Frazier did not want another child around she was very unkind to me and made your grand-father (He always said your grandfather instead of your great grandfather)
Jim Bobby was not kind to me. Your grandfather used to set the older boys of the neighborhood on me to fight me to see if I had pluck. I did not want to fight so he called me coward and then I would get mad and fight hard but was always whipped as my opponent was always so much larger than I. At the age of seven I was sent to the Jesuits at Bardstown. Your grandfather Webb was my guardian he was very good to me. James Ford was a little man he would argue for hours on whether an egg was a guineas or a hen’s egg. Your grandfather James Ford killed a man because he doubted his word. Yes, they acquitted him—in those days it was not considered wrong to kill when your word was doubted.
“Did your mother have no rights?”
“In those days married women were goods and chattel. She had no rights left alone, she married a step down, Haulin her overseer.
When I grew older I educated my little brothers and sisters. Carrie was the smartest she studied too hard and died from brain fever.
Molly married Duley a seventh day Adventist preacher named Threlkeld. No account.
At the age of nineteen I met on a visit during vacation (I believe he had graduated) my best friends sister Mary Hodge she was sixteen we were married and very happy for one year when her little baby Mary was born both died the mother puerperal fever. I went to New Orleans to college.
I ran for the legislature and was elected before I was of the legal age and took my seat. I was sheriff but never hanged a man I always paid some one else to do it. It was all in politics. I found a man could not be honest and a politician so quit. I did not think of marrying again –Cousin Jane Byers invited me down to springs and I was a great catch they told me I ought to marry Cordie Noel she was a mighty woman. We might have been happy but for her mother. I took Cordie to Fords Ferry was abused for burying her in the country and was worried to bring her to town to live. It was to my interest to stay at the Ferry. My wife died a short time after her second daughters birth of puerperal fever. I went to Chicago could not live there on account of my heath -was there and practiced law for many years. Lung trouble was feared. Your mother would never let me practice law for fear it would return. Went in the Wholesale grocery business to help Sandford & Tom Duncan they wanted my name and money to back them they had a few thousand each left from the war…I did it because I wanted to marry your mother.
Left the grocery business.
Lee & I tried tobacco in Covington but soon found neither of us knew any thing about it and quit.
George Eaton begged me after a year or so of being out of business to furnish the capital. He would do the work. I told him I knew nothing of the grocery business he said all he needed was my name and money. He had saved $5000. I could put in my own book keeper etc.
I do not want you to tell your mother I told you the name of KT she is very proud. My fathers marriage was a trial to all of them and she hates old T. here in the city so.
Mama told me of KT after papas death & said just what papa had said. She told me her mother was very proud of papa and that she was devoted to her brother Philip. She named her oldest son “James Philip.”. (Uncle Jim) Papa was very wealthy so was cousin Sherwood they were the only two Fords left. I have a letter from Papa to Mama dated in 188? Asking her to be good to sister if he died and stating his estate was worth Five hundred thousand dollars. The letter he had always in his purse and to be read after his death. Mama gave me the old purse containing $15. And the letter when Papa died. You know Papa told me he lost several hundred thousands in the panic but be glad my daughter I had it to lose.5

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003
  2. [S1709] Sandra Walker, E-Mail from Sandra Walker, email address, North Carolina, USA, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  3. [S2132] FamilySearch, Ref #M12664
  4. [S1709] Sandra Walker, E-Mail from Sandra Walker, Referred to as KT for Katherine Trimble but in all the records I have found so far she did spell it with a C. yet he and Augusta always called her KT so I assumed it was with a K. She was treated badly by her father in law who took her son when her husband was murdered and pretty much turned her out. She married again "She married down", email address, North Carolina, USA, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  5. [S1709] Sandra Walker, E-Mail from Sandra Walker, Copied from Nana’s writing. It was handwritten on stationary in an envelope. I just copied it into Word., email address, North Carolina, USA, to Brian Turnbull, 2009

Frank Ford Handlin

M, #37960, b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1859 and 1959
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherIsaac Trimble Handlin (b. 13 February 1832, d. 9 May 1882)
MotherRosa B. Clark (b. between 1814 and 1850, d. between 1893 and 1937)

BMDB Events

BirthFrank Ford Handlin was born between 1853 and 1879.1
DeathFrank Ford Handlin died between 1859 and 1959.1

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Isaac Trimble Handlin

M, #37961, b. 13 February 1832, d. 9 May 1882
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherJoseph Turner Handlin (b. 20 May 1807, d. 4 April 1855)
MotherKatherine C. Trimble (b. 3 October 1803, d. 12 March 1850)

BMDB Events

BirthIsaac Trimble Handlin was born on 13 February 1832 in Livingston Co., Kentucky, USAG.1
DeathIsaac Trimble Handlin died on 9 May 1882 at age 50 in Smithland, Kentucky, USAG.1
MarriageIsaac Trimble Handlin and Rosa B. Clark were married in 1890 in Marshall Co., Kentucky, USAG. Ref #M109891

Family: Rosa B. Clark (b. between 1814 and 1850, d. between 1893 and 1937)

DaughterMary Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1858 and 1962)
DaughterClara Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1858 and 1962)
SonFrank Ford Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1859 and 1959)
SonJoseph Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1859 and 1959)
SonWilliam R. Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1859 and 1959)
DaughterMargaret Handlin+ (b. 13 December 1866, d. 23 December 1898)

Other Life Events

OccupationIsaac Trimble Handlin was was an attorney and judge in Livingston Co., Kentucky, USAG.2

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003
  2. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree # 1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Rosa B. Clark

F, #37962, b. between 1814 and 1850, d. between 1893 and 1937
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

BirthRosa B. Clark was born between 1814 and 1850.1
MarriageIsaac Trimble Handlin and Rosa B. Clark were married in 1890 in Marshall Co., Kentucky, USAG. Ref #M109891
DeathRosa B. Clark died between 1893 and 1937.1

Family: Isaac Trimble Handlin (b. 13 February 1832, d. 9 May 1882)

DaughterMary Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1858 and 1962)
DaughterClara Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1858 and 1962)
SonFrank Ford Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1859 and 1959)
SonJoseph Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1859 and 1959)
SonWilliam R. Handlin (b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1859 and 1959)
DaughterMargaret Handlin+ (b. 13 December 1866, d. 23 December 1898)

Other Life Events

NameAs of 1890, Rosa B. Clark was also known as Rosa B. Handlin.

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Joseph Handlin

M, #37963, b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1859 and 1959
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherIsaac Trimble Handlin (b. 13 February 1832, d. 9 May 1882)
MotherRosa B. Clark (b. between 1814 and 1850, d. between 1893 and 1937)

BMDB Events

BirthJoseph Handlin was born between 1853 and 1879.1
DeathJoseph Handlin died between 1859 and 1959.1

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Joseph Turner Handlin

M, #37964, b. 20 May 1807, d. 4 April 1855
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

BirthJoseph Turner Handlin was born on 20 May 1807 in Lincoln Co., North Carolina, USAG.1
MarriageJoseph Turner Handlin and Katherine C. Trimble were married on 16 October 1828 in Livingston Co., Kentucky, USAG. (now Crittenden) Ref #M126161
DeathJoseph Turner Handlin died on 4 April 1855 at age 47.1

Family: Katherine C. Trimble (b. 3 October 1803, d. 12 March 1850)

DaughterLavina Caroline (Carrie) Handlin (b. about 1830, d. about 1850)
DaughterMary L. Handlin (b. about 1831)
DaughterMargaret (Molly) Frances Handlin (b. about 1832)
SonIsaac Trimble Handlin+ (b. 13 February 1832, d. 9 May 1882)
DaughterElizabeth J. Handlin (b. about 1833)
SonWilliam Wallace Handlin (b. about 1834)

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

William R. Handlin

M, #37965, b. between 1853 and 1879, d. between 1859 and 1959
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherIsaac Trimble Handlin (b. 13 February 1832, d. 9 May 1882)
MotherRosa B. Clark (b. between 1814 and 1850, d. between 1893 and 1937)

BMDB Events

BirthWilliam R. Handlin was born between 1853 and 1879.1
DeathWilliam R. Handlin died between 1859 and 1959.1

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

William Wallace Handlin

M, #37966, b. about 1834
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherJoseph Turner Handlin (b. 20 May 1807, d. 4 April 1855)
MotherKatherine C. Trimble (b. 3 October 1803, d. 12 March 1850)

BMDB Events

BirthWilliam Wallace Handlin was born about 1834.1,2

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003
  2. [S1709] Sandra Walker, E-Mail from Sandra Walker, William had two children Frank and Henry, email address, North Carolina, USA, to Brian Turnbull, 2009

Lucky Valentine Joy Piles

F, #37967, b. say 1910
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherGeorge Handlin Piles (b. 31 May 1884, d. 6 November 1957)
MotherLetta Myrtle Blair (b. between 1872 and 1895, d. between 1920 and 1984)

BMDB Events

BirthLucky Valentine Joy Piles was born say 1910.
MarriageMichael Joseph Lucas and Lucky Valentine Joy Piles were married say 1931.1

Family: Michael Joseph Lucas

DaughterKathleen Joy Lucas+

Other Life Events

NameLucky Valentine Joy Piles was also known as Lucky Valentine Joy Lucas.

Citations

  1. [S719] Misc. Records, Ref #M12592

Conrad O. Piles

M, #37968, b. 7 August 1849, d. 27 December 1916
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

BirthConrad O. Piles was born on 7 August 1849 in Panhandle Precinct, Livingston Co., Kentucky, USAG.1
MarriageConrad O. Piles and Margaret Handlin were married in December 1882 in Smithland, Livingston Co., Kentucky, USAG. Ref #M109861
DeathConrad O. Piles died on 27 December 1916 at age 67 in Prosser, Washington, USAG.1

Family: Margaret Handlin (b. 13 December 1866, d. 23 December 1898)

SonGeorge Handlin Piles+ (b. 31 May 1884, d. 6 November 1957)
DaughterDorothy Clara Piles (b. 5 September 1888, d. 1918)
SonMaurice O. Piles+ (b. 20 August 1894, d. between 1921 and 1985)

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NoteConrad O. Piles. [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb
15, 2003]

C.O.wasthe youngest of four children and the oldest surviving
child. At the ag
uncle,D.H. Piles. He then went into the milling business at
Cairo but remained
sevenmonths.He returned to Smithland where he remained a short
time then moved
absentforabout 13 months. Returning to Livingston Co. he was
elected to the of
ConradO.had a cousin, Samuel Henry Piles, son of Samuel Henry
Piles and Gabrie

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Margaret Handlin

F, #37970, b. 13 December 1866, d. 23 December 1898
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherIsaac Trimble Handlin (b. 13 February 1832, d. 9 May 1882)
MotherRosa B. Clark (b. between 1814 and 1850, d. between 1893 and 1937)

BMDB Events

BirthMargaret Handlin was born on 13 December 1866 in Smithland, Kentucky, USAG.1
MarriageConrad O. Piles and Margaret Handlin were married in December 1882 in Smithland, Livingston Co., Kentucky, USAG. Ref #M109861
DeathMargaret Handlin died on 23 December 1898 at age 32 in Prescott, Arizona, USAG. of T.B. just after the adoption1

Family: Conrad O. Piles (b. 7 August 1849, d. 27 December 1916)

SonGeorge Handlin Piles+ (b. 31 May 1884, d. 6 November 1957)
DaughterDorothy Clara Piles (b. 5 September 1888, d. 1918)
SonMaurice O. Piles+ (b. 20 August 1894, d. between 1921 and 1985)

Other Life Events

NameAs of December 1882, Margaret Handlin was also known as Margaret Piles.

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

George Handlin Piles

M, #37971, b. 31 May 1884, d. 6 November 1957
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherConrad O. Piles (b. 7 August 1849, d. 27 December 1916)
MotherMargaret Handlin (b. 13 December 1866, d. 23 December 1898)

BMDB Events

BirthGeorge Handlin Piles was born on 31 May 1884 in Smithland, Kentucky, USAG.1
MarriageGeorge Handlin Piles and Letta Myrtle Blair were married on 16 March 1908 in Spokane, Washington, USAG. Ref #M127031
DeathGeorge Handlin Piles died on 6 November 1957 at age 73 in Seattle, Washington, USAG.1
BurialGeorge Handlin Piles was buried after 6 November 1957. Ashes- Mt Rainier Nat. Park WA1

Family: Letta Myrtle Blair (b. between 1872 and 1895, d. between 1920 and 1984)

DaughterLucky Valentine Joy Piles+ (b. say 1910)

Other Life Events

OccupationAbout 1908 George Handlin Piles was a Forrester Maitre 'd.1
AnecdoteWhen Mike Lucas was a baby he had trouble pronouncing Grandma or Grandpa so he called his granparents Ma and Pappy and it stuck. All family and children called them that. Pappy and Clara both had wavy strawberry blond hair. Kate Bartelmes has strawberry blond hair and her two children, Ariel and Blair, have flaming red hair and auburn eyes. Everyone else is tall. Clara died in the 1918 flu epidemic.
According to family tales, Pappy ran away from home at thirteen years old. The family had a plantation in Kentucky bluegrass
country . He stayed with a black gentleman who trained horses for the Kentucky Derby for a while and was trained to be a jockey . Joy Piles says he once rode in the Kentucky Derby. There are family pictures showing Pappy as a young child with
his black "mammy".2

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003
  2. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree # 1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Letta Myrtle Blair

F, #37972, b. between 1872 and 1895, d. between 1920 and 1984
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

BurialLetta Myrtle Blair was buried. Ashes- Mt Rainier Nat. Park WA1
BirthLetta Myrtle Blair was born between 1872 and 1895 in Council Grove, Kansas, USAG.1
MarriageGeorge Handlin Piles and Letta Myrtle Blair were married on 16 March 1908 in Spokane, Washington, USAG. Ref #M127031
DeathLetta Myrtle Blair died between 1920 and 1984.1

Family: George Handlin Piles (b. 31 May 1884, d. 6 November 1957)

DaughterLucky Valentine Joy Piles+ (b. say 1910)

Other Life Events

NoteLetta Myrtle Blair. [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb
15, 2003]

Ma talked about how difficult it was for a widow with f ive
children to survive. She told me they all had to work as soon
as they could. She told me about taking a job as a housecleaner
in
said that she knotted sheets and climbed out a window and ran
away.
She was an exceptionally beautiful young woman, tall, willowy
with a waist so tiny you could put your two hands all the way
around. She had dark brown eyes and dark brown hair. She told
me
sister Maggie was once a Miss Montana - K. Bartelmes
When Ma was married to Pappy, he weighed 115 lbs. and was 23.
Ma was 20 and weighed 90 lbs. Note - Ma was 5'9' tall! Pappy
was 5'6' tall.
They travelled a lot to Idaho, Oregon, Vancouver, Canada,
Caifornia, Utah, Montana back to Spokane where Joy was born.
They returned to Seattle when Joy was 4 months old.
NameAs of 16 March 1908, Letta Myrtle Blair was also known as Letta Myrtle Piles.

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Maurice O. Piles

M, #37974, b. 20 August 1894, d. between 1921 and 1985
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherConrad O. Piles (b. 7 August 1849, d. 27 December 1916)
MotherMargaret Handlin (b. 13 December 1866, d. 23 December 1898)

BMDB Events

MarriageMaurice O. Piles and Helen Cavenaugh were married. Ref #M12755
BirthMaurice O. Piles was born on 20 August 1894 in Engleville, Colorado, USAG.1
DeathMaurice O. Piles died between 1921 and 1985.1

Family: Helen Cavenaugh

SonMaurice Piles, Jr.

Other Life Events

NoteMaurice O. Piles. [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb
15, 2003]

MauriceO.Piles was adopted to Bucky O'Neill at Prescott, Ariz.
in Dec. 1898, r

Citations

  1. [S62] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1885, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2003

Helen Cavenaugh

F, #37975
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

MarriageMaurice O. Piles and Helen Cavenaugh were married. Ref #M12755

Family: Maurice O. Piles (b. 20 August 1894, d. between 1921 and 1985)

SonMaurice Piles, Jr.

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NameHelen Cavenaugh was also known as Helen Piles.