Unknown ARNOLD
John P. MYERS
(1826-)
Lydia ARNOLD
(1819-1907)
Mary E. MYERS
(1857-1917)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Louis Theodore OUTHIER Senior
2. E. L. DAVIS

Mary E. MYERS 546

  • Born: 12 Jul 1857, Iowa 546,664
  • Marriage (1): Louis Theodore OUTHIER Senior on 25 Nov 1896 in Elmo, Nodaway County, Missouri 64445 1,574
  • Marriage (2): E. L. DAVIS on 12 Jun 1911 in Newton County, Missouri 29
  • Died: 30 Jan 1917 at age 59 664
  • Buried: Feb 1917, Seneca Cemetery; Seneca, Newton County, Missouri, USA 664
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bullet  General Notes:

In the 1910 census, she was living with her sister, Sarah and husband, Reason Matthew Baker. 664

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Residence, 1860, Columbia, Wapello County, Iowa (P.O. at Eddyville). 90,665 living with her parents.

• Residence, 1870, Union Township, Fulton County, Illinois, USA. 546

• Residence, 1900, Lincoln Township, Nodaway County, Missouri, USA. 574 where she was the head of household. She was widowed by this time and her mother, Lydia and sister, Lydia M. were living with her.

• Newspaper Article, 14 Sep 1900, Elmo, Nodaway County, Missouri 64445. 35 The following are excerpts from the Elmo Register newspaper and are transcribed as printed in the paper:

14 SEP 1900: Pg. 1: Real Estate Transfers: E. J. Bender to R. M. Baker and Mary Outhier 1t 16 blk 4oig town of Elmo $1000 [This real estate is referred to as the Baker-Outhier building in later articles.]

29 MAR 1901: Miss Lydia Myers is visiting her sisters Mesdames R. M. Baker and Mary Outhier.

22 NOV 1901: Mrs. Outhier moved this week from her rooms on Main Street to J. D. Wade's place where she has secured rooms for the winter.

27 DEC 1901: John Kreider and family of Blanchard ate Christmas dinner with Mrs. Mary Outhier.

12 JUN 1903: The Baker-Outhier building will be moved back onto the foundation and repaired. It is quite large and heavy and some trouble is expected in finding someone to move it back. [A tornado struck Elmo in May 1903 causing much damage to buildings and some lives were lost.]

14 AUG 1903: “Local Interest”: Mrs. Willsie from Tarkio is visiting Mrs. Mary Outhier.

8 JAN 1904: “Additional Locals”: Mrs. Mary Outhier has sold her home in the original town of Elmo to Mrs. M. A. Bowman, who will move into it and occupy it as a home some time between this time and March 1. It is good property and will make Mrs. Bowman a desirable place to live.

29 JAN 1904: Real Estate Transfers: Mary Outhier to Missouri A. Bowman, lot 12, blk7, Elmo $600

20 APR 1906: Pg. 1: Mrs. Mary Outhier of Omaha spent a few days visiting relatives.

27 JUL 1906: “Local Interest”: Mrs. Mary Outhier formerly of Elmo, but now of Council Bluffs was at Elmo last Friday. She says the family talk of moving to Arkansas this fall.

27 JUL 1906: The Baker-Outhier store building and the Baker residence can be bought cheap. Title perfect. See the Register.

• Residence, Apr 1906, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 35 Pg. 1: Mrs. Mary Outhier of Omaha spent a few days visiting relatives.

• Residence, Jul 1906, Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa, USA. 35

• Residence, 1910, Richland Township, Searcy County, Arkansas, USA. 666 living with her sister, Sarah Myers-Baker and her family.

• Residence, 1911, Goodman, McDonald County, Missouri. 1

• Cemetery, 1917, Seneca, Newton County, Missouri, USA. 186 in the Seneca Cemetery.


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Mary married Louis Theodore OUTHIER Senior on 25 Nov 1896 in Elmo, Nodaway County, Missouri 64445 1.,574 (Louis Theodore OUTHIER Senior was born on 5 Jul 1843 in Courchaton, Haute Saone, France,667,668,669 died on 3 Apr 1898 670 and was buried in Apr 1898 in Maple Hill Cemetery; College Springs, Page County, Iowa, USA 670.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Fact, 1900, Lincoln Township, Nodaway County, Missouri, USA. Mary is widowed at the time of the 1900 Census. Her last name is not legible in the census.

• Marriage Fact, 25 Nov 1896, Elmo, Nodaway County, Missouri 64445. 1 Marriage was performed by Rev. E. E. Bostwick.


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Mary next married E. L. DAVIS on 12 Jun 1911 in Newton County, Missouri.29

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Fact, 11 Jun 1911, Neosho, Newton County, Missouri, USA. 29 MARRIAGE LICENSE
State of Missouri
County of Newton
This license Authorizes any Judge of a Court of Record, or Justice of the Peace, or any licensed or ordained Preacher of the Gospel who is a citizen of the United States, to SOLOMIZE MARRIAGE between E. L. Davis of Decatur, in the County of ------- and State of Ark who is over the age of twenty-one years; and Mrs. Mary Outhier of Goodman in the County of McDonald and State of Missouri who is over the age of twenty one years.

Witness my hand as Recorder of Deeds, with the seal of office hereto affixed, at my office in Neosho, Missouri this 10th day of June 1911.
S. H. Keller, Recorder of Deeds.

State of Missouri
County of Newton
THIS IS TO CERTIFY, That the undersigned W. A. Phipps Probate Judge, did at Neosho in said County on the 11th day of June 1911, Unite in Marriage the above named persons. And I further certify that I am a citzen of the United States and legally qualified under the laws of the State of Mssouri to solomize Marriage.
W. A. Phipps

The foregoing Certificate of Marriage was filed for record in my office on the 12th day of June A.D. 1911
S. H. Keller, Recorder of Deeds




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