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Mathew WHITEHILL
(1811-1894)
Martha Jane BLAKENEY
(1825-1892)
Jacob SILVERNAIL
(1820-1899)
Alice POTTER
(1823-1905)
James Calvin WHITEHILL
(1846-1917)
Josephine SILVERNAIL
(1857-1942)

Owaeta May WHITEHILL
(1877-1956)

 

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Charles Wilber LYNN

Owaeta May WHITEHILL 154

  • Born: 14 May 1877, Farmington, Fulton County, Illinois, USA 153,154
  • Marriage: Charles Wilber LYNN on 14 Mar 1900 153
  • Died: 5 Jun 1956, Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa 51601 at age 79 153,154
  • Buried: Jun 1956, Rose Hill Cemetery: Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa, USA 154
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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Residence, 1880, Millrook, Graham County, Kansas, USA. 99 where she lived with her parents.

Graduation, Jun 1895, Fremont County, Iowa. 155 from the Shenandoah Rural School.

Residence, 1900, Locust Grove Township, Fremont County, Iowa, USA. 156 where she was a home maker.

Residence, 1910, Locust Grove Township, Fremont County, Iowa, USA. 157 where she was a home maker.

Residence, 1920, Locust Grove Township, Fremont County, Iowa, USA. 158 where she was a home maker.

Residence, 1930, Locust Grove Township, Fremont County, Iowa, USA. 159

Cemetery, Jun 1956, Rose Hill Cemetery: Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa, USA. 154 Lot 15


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Owaeta married Charles Wilber LYNN, son of Reverand Charles Ezekial LYNN and Catherine Henrietta CLUFF, on 14 Mar 1900.153 (Charles Wilber LYNN was born on 18 Jun 1875 in Fremont County, Iowa,154 died on 9 Dec 1961 in Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa 51601 153,154 and was buried in Dec 1961 in Rose Hill Cemetery: Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa, USA 154.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Honors, 1950, Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa 51601. 160 by a celebration of their Golden Wedding Anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lynn Celebrate Golden Wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lynn celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday. Open house was held at their home on South avenue. Hosts and hostesses for the occasion were the three sons and two daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. James Lynn, and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Lynn, all of Shenandoah and Mrs. Owen Elwell of Conway, Kansas and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Thomas of Cody, Wyo. During the afternoon and evening over one hundred fifty friends called to pay their respects. A color scheme of gold and white was used in the serving table which was centered by a beautifully decorated wedding _____. Mrs. Will Tyner, Mrs. Ernie __________, and Mrs. Ivan ____________ presided during the serving while Mrs. Lowell Lynn and Mrs. Fred ____________ acted as dining room hostesses, assisted by Mrs. George Whitehill, Miss Blanche Whitehill, Miss Sara Jo Lynn and Miss Elberta Sue Lynn. Two grandsons, Jerry Lynn and Tom Lynn greeted the guests at the door. Mrs. __________ Simmons and Miss Grace Whitehill were in charge of the guest book. A clever display of the many greeting cards with floral and other gifts added to the festive charm of the occasion. The beautiful orchid corsage and yellow carnation booteniere were gifts from the grandchildren in Cody, Wyo. Out-of-town guests included a grandson, Chas. Lynn and family from Omaha, and the Rev. E. O. Douglas of Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn were married in Shenandoah in 1900 by Rev. J. B. Bartley. They lived in the Summit community until February 1949 when they moved to their present home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas left for their home in Cody, Wyo. Thursday, while Mrs. Elwell and children Lenny, Beverly, and Clara Ann will remain for a longer visit.




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