39. Agnes DUGGAN was born in June 1891. She died in 1933 at the age of 42. She was buried in Overturf Cemetery, Polk County, Arkansas.
In the 1920 Census, Agnes was living back home with her mother as Agnes McCurley, age 27, widow. Children were Lois M., 5, b. OK and Howard W. age 1 year, 9 months, b. AR.
Agnes DUGGAN and ??? MCCURLEY were married circa 1918. ??? MCCURLEY was born (date unknown).
Agnes DUGGAN and ??? MCCURLEY had the following children:
|Lois M. MCCURLEY (private).|
|Howard MCCURLEY (private).|
Agnes DUGGAN and Walter S. HAYS were married on 12 November 1921 in Polk County, Arkansas. Walter S. HAYS62 was born in 1881.
The daughter of Ardena Hays Duggan, Agnes Duggan married 2nd, Walter S. Hays. Elias Hays' son Benjamin married Sarah Stevens in Feb of 1880 and they had one child, named Walter before their marriage ended. [I've found evidence that Benjamin & Sarah may have divorced] Although the family traditionally believes Agnes Hays & Walter Hays were not related, the possibility they were 2nd cousins cannot be ruled out, particularly given the age of Walter S. Hays in 1930.
1930 Census. Rich Mountain Twp, Polk Co AR, p.139, Hh 4.
Walter S. Hays, age 49 [born 1881], Age at 1st marriage was 21. Born AR as were both his parents.
Agnes E., wife, age 38, She was also age 21 at her 1st marriage. Born AR, her father born Ireland, mother born AR.
Lucile M., daughter, age 12 [She must have been Walter's by a 1st wife since Agnes & Walter were not married in 1920.]
McCurly, Lois L., Stepdaughter, age 15, b. Oklahoma, parents both b. AR.
McCurly, Howard W., Stepson, age 12, b. AR, parents both b. AR.
1910 Walter Hays was in Polk Co AR. Hh 87.
Walter Hays, age 28, married 1 time for 5 years. Addie, wife, was age 21. No children listed. Both were born AR as were their parents.
I have a picture from my grandmother of a Walter & Minnie Hays, living in Hughson [Stanislaus Co], CA, 1948. It was with her family records. The couple looks to be in their retirement years. A note on the back says "the two old Hayses you saw one time". I have no clue as to relationship with my grandmother's Hays family.