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Notes for Harriet M DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield
Township.Enumerated:  7 Sep 1850.  Dwelling/Family:  2367/2407, p. 517A:
Chauncy Dakster/Dukster [sic*], 36, $350 real estate, NY
--- Eunice, 40, NY
--- Harriet, 13, O [Ohio], Attended School
--- Abigail, 9, O, Attended School
--- Fidelia, 5, O, Attended School
--- Daniel, 3, O
*Image light and enumerator "spelling challenged." Listed above JohnRyan
[Rines] and Jackson Ryans [Rines] households,
No occupation or dittos for occupation apparent.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Harriet M. Dexter Kile
Birth:  Feb 2, 1836
Death:  Oct 2, 1914
Buried:  Bloomfield Cemetery, Bloomfield, Morrow Co., OH
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Henry Lee DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, OR/MI/IL.

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  Henry Lee
Dexterregistered in Yamhill Co., OR.  He gave his birth date as 6 Jan1891and
indicated he was born in Wallowa, OR.  He is a farmer, marriedand has a child,
tall and slender in build and has gray eyes and darkbrown hair.
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Notes for Hubbard Thompson DEXTER


SOURCE:  "History of Chickasaw and Howard Counties, Iowa," by W. E. Alexander
[Western Publishing Company, Decorah, Iowa, 1883], Chickasaw County
Biographies, Bradford Township [online transcription]:
  H. T. Dexter, proprietor, "Old Reliable" meat market, Nashua, Iowa, the only
first-class meat market in the city, established business in '68. Mr. D. was
born in Ohio, in '41, and came west to Wisconsin in '53, and located in
Columbia county, where he remained some time, when he came to Iowa, and
located in Dayton township, Chickasaw county. In politics he figures with the
republicans, and has served as deputy sheriff of the county for four years.
Was united in marriage to Mary A. Lester, a. native of Wisconsin, and they
have three children, named May, Louisa and Nellie.

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Delaware Co., Trenton.  Enumerated 27Jul 1850. 
Stamped 160.  Dwelling/Family:  918/919.  In the householdof Emmerson
Stockman.  Thomas Dexter, 41, farmer, VT.  AngelineDexter, 37, VT.  Knight
Dexter, 16, farmer, NY.  Thompson Dexter, 9,Ohio.  George M. Dexter, 6, Ohio. 
Orin Tubbs, 20, farmer, VT.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for IA, Chickasaw Co., Bradford.  E.D. 39. 
Enumerated:  18 Apr 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  105/105.
Hubbard T. Dexter, head, 68, Md1, m at 45, OH/VT/VT/, agent, insurance.
  Mary A., wife, 68, m1, mat 45, 5 children, 5 living, Canada/England/England.
  Marie, dau, 24, IA/OH/Canada, Teacher, public schools.
  Clark, son, 21, IA/OH/Canada, bookkeeper, bank.



OBITUARY:  "The Nashua Reporter" [Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA], Wednesday, 31
Aug 1932, p. 1:
H. T. DEXTER CALLED TO
REST AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Ninety-Year-Old Resident, One-
Time Mayor and Justice of
Peace, Died Monday
After eight weeks of illness, during which he was confined to his bed,H. T.
Dexter fell into his last long sleep on Monday, Aug. 29, 1932,at about 11
o'clock a.m., at the home of his eldest daughter, Mrs. C.L. Johnson.
His had been a busy and a useful life, and even a year ago, at theadvanced age
of 89 years, he was still agent for the First FireInsurance Company of New
York, and able to transact their business inthis locality.
Thompson Hubbard Dexter was born at Fredericktown, Ohio, on Dec. 8,1841. When
about 12 years of age, in 1853, he came with his parents topioneer in the
west. The family first settled in Wisconsin, where hegrew to young manhood and
then he came further west with the RichardLester family and settled on a farm
near the Wapsie, where theyafterward bought a whole section of land for only
$14.00.
On Jan. 3, 1864, he was united in marriage with Mary Ann Lester, atNew
Hampton, Iowa, and later they came to Nashua to make their home.Their
companionship lasted for sixty-two years until death claimed herlife in 1921.
Mr. Dexter held many positions of trust during his residence offifty-seven
years in our community.
He was engaged in the meat market business for twenty-four years, andwas agent
for the First American Fire Insurance Company of New Yorkfor 36 years, having
received from them a gold medal after 33 years offaithful service.
For 13 years he was assessor for this township, for 35 years he wasJustice of
the Peace, and at one time he was deputy sheriff. For twoterms he was elected
as mayor of Nashua, which office he filled in acredible manner.
He and his wife were permitted to celebrate their Golden Wedding,surrounded by
their children and grandchildren in the year 1915. Sincethe death of his
companion in 1921, he had made his home with hisdaughter, Mrs. Johnson, where
death claimed him.
Besides Mrs. May Johnson, he is survived by the following children:Mrs. Louise
Smith and Mrs. Nellie Getsch of Minneapolis; Mrs. MarieHanson of Peoria, Ill.,
and C. R. Dexter, all of whom were with himfor several weeks to administer to
his comforts and needs.
The funeral will be held at the Johnson home today, Wednesday, Aug.31, at 2
p.m., Rev. Wm. H. Kent, pastor of his church officiating, and the body will be
lad to rest near loved ones in Oak Hill cemetery.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Hubbard Thompson Dexter
Birth:  8 Dec 1841, Fredericktown, Knox Co., OH
Death:  29 Aug 1932, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
Oak Hill Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for James DEXTER


BIRTH:  Collection of the Massachusetts Historical Society of the 4thSeries. 
Boston, MA/Crosby Nichols and Co., 1854.
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Notes for Joanna Allen DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  p. 11.Dwelling/Family: 
100/114.  Knight Dexter, 36, Sheriff Tama Co., 1000real estate value, 800, OH. 
Mary A. Dexter, 37, OH.  Mary E. Dexter,14, OH.  Hattie Dexter, 12, WI; Elma,
10, IA; Joanna A., 5, IA; WillieA., 2, IA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  ED:  334. P.
4;Dwelling/Family:  Dexter Knight, 45, brick mason, NY, VT, VT.  Mary
A.Dexter, 47, keeping house, PA, PA, PA; Elma A., 20, teaching school,IA, NY,
PA; Joanna A., 14, in school, IA, NY, PA; William A., 12, inschool, IA, NY,
PA; Alice, O., 7, IA, NY, PA.
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Notes for John DEXTER


BURIAL:  Presbyterian Church, New Hamburg, Dutchess Co.,
NY.http://www.rootsweb.com/~nydutche/cems/nhpres.htm  Dexter, John, d.1848,
Mar. 29, a. 28-7-25.
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Notes for John DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, OR/MI/IL.
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Notes for Jonathan C DEXTER


American Civil War Soldiers:  Name: J C DexterResidence: Southfield,Michigan 
Enlistment Date: 11 August 1862 Side Served: Union StateServed: Michigan 
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 11 Aug 1862at the age of 19Enlisted
in Company A, 22nd Regiment MichiganInfantry 14 Aug 1862.Killed Company A,
22nd Regiment MichiganInfantry 20 Sep 1863, Chickamauga, GA.Civil War
Pension Index:Dexter, Jonathan CCrpl, A, 22, Mich, InfFather: Varnum CDexter
Father's Pension: 1865 Aug 6?, Application No. 161.463,Certificate No. 116.579
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Notes for Jonathan C DEXTER


Main Source: Carol Page Tilson via email June 2005 & Jan 2007

According to the "History of Rutland County Vermont with Illustrations&
Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men & Pioneers,"edited by H. Y.
Smith & W. S. Rann [D. Mason & Co. Publishers,Syracuse, NY, 1886], Jonathan C.
Dexter was "born at Jay, N. Y., in1810, studied law with Hon. A. L. Brown, in
Rutland, and went to Danbyin 1831; practiced there five years and several
years in Rutland, andin 1849 went California, where he died."Sometime before
1840,Jonathan Dexter m. Helen Burt, daughter of Charles Burt of the town
ofRutland. Charles Burt's bio [same history as noted above] says "Helenwas the
wife first of J. C. Dexter, the first sheriff of SanFrancisco, and second, of
General Hall of Wallingford, and third, ofHosea Eddy of that town."Heaven
only knows where the Burts came upwith the sheriff business [San Francisco's
first sheriff was JohnCoffee Hays who served from 1850-1852]. And Jonathan
didn't die inCalifornia either, according to an abstract of his will.
Jonathan C. Dexter died in 1849 on board the ship "Unicorn" while enroute
between San Francisco, CA and Panama. While mortally ill on thisship, Jonathan
C. wrote his will [dated 14 Dec 1849 and dictated to afriend], calling himself
"of Rutland, Rutland Co., VT." He apparentlyhad no children as none are named
in this will or even referred to.Among others, he named his wife Helen A.
Dexter, his mother SafetyDexter [then of Mendon, Monroe Co., NY], his father
Joseph Dexter ofBombay, NY, his sister, Anna Smith of Bombay, NY and her
husbandWilliam Smith, his sister Delana Dexter [married but he couldn'trecall
her husband's name], his brother Barnum [sic - Varnum] C.Dexter, his sister
Lydia Tuttle, his sister Polly Fish, his sisterSafety Schuyler, and his
father-in-law, Charles Burt.
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Notes for Joseph DEXTER


Main Source:  Tuttle, Alva M.  Tuttle-Tuthill lines in America Columbus,
Ohio: The compiler, 1968, 730 pgs.  (pgs 176 & 553)

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, St. Lawrence Co., Brasher, p. 416A,Dwelling
#1560, Family #1580, Lines 10-17, enumerated 19 Sep 1850:William Smith, 50,
Farmer, $640 real estate, VT.  Ann, 50, NY.   Jay,22, NY.  Polly, 16, NY. 
Joseph, 13, NY.  Jonathan, 8, NY.  Isabel, 5,NY.  Joseph Dexter, 77, No
Occupation, Mass
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Notes for Joy DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  E.D. 147.Enumerated:  3 Jun
1900.  Dwelling/Family:  351/370.  Will A. Dexter,head, Dec 1867, 32, m10 yrs,
IA/UNK/UNK, something? bank.  Bessie,wife, May 1868, 32, IA/MA/NY.  Joy, dght,
Mar 1874, 6, IA/MA/NY.Margery, dau, Mar 1898, 2, IA/MA/NY.  Chas A. DeLong,
lodger, Dec1873, 24, IA/NY/NY, county supt.

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Death Extractions
Iowa, Deaths and Burials
Name: Joy Dexter Mowbray
Burial Date: 09 Feb 1923
Burial Place: Toledo, Iowa
Death Date: 06 Feb 1923
Death Place: Corwin, Ida, Iowa
Age: 28; Birth Date: 11 Mar 1894
Birthplace: Toledo, Iowa
Occupation: Housewife
Marital Status: Married
Father's Name: W. A. Dexter
Father's Birthplace: Toledo, Iowa
Mother's Name: Bessie Rogers
Mother's Birthplace: Toledo, Iowa
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B75181-6
System Origin: Iowa-EASy
Source Film Number: 1433591

OBITUARY:  "Progress Review"  [LaPorte City, IA]  Thursday February15, 1923,
p. 1
MRS. CURTIS MOWBRAY DEAD.
Vinton Eagle:  News of the death of Mrs. Curtis C. Mowbray, of Toledo,which
occurred Tuesday of last week at Ida Grove, was received withsorrow by the
friends she had made during a short residence in thisvicinity, and the many
friends of Mr. Mowbray, who was born and rearedon the farm northwest of
Garrison.  Her death was caused by perniciousanemia, with which she had been
affected for three years.  At the timeof her death she was at the home of an
uncle, Dr. Bruce Fisher, at IdaGrove, where she had gone for treatment.
Funeral services were held at the United Brethren church in ToledoThursday
afternoon, and interment was in Woodlawn cemetery there.
Mrs. Mowbray, whose maiden name was Joy Dexter, was born in Toledo,March 11,
1891, and practically all of her life was lived there.  Sheand Mr. Mowbray
were classmates at Leander Clark college, from whichshe graduated in 1917. 
Their marriage took place January 4, 1918, and they went to Louisiana to make
their home.  Later in the year Mr.Mowbray entered the farm, and Mrs. Mowbray
joined some relatives atNew Orleans and went immediately into the Red Cross
service.  WhenMrs. Mowbray's health began to fail they came north and went
toRochester, clinic, where the disease from which she was suffering
wasdiagnosed.  For one year they occupied the old Mowbray farm in
Monroetownship, and later went to Toledo, where Mr. Mowbray went intobusiness.
Mr. Mowbray has the deepest sympathy of his many friends in thiscommunity in
his bereavement.
Relatives from this vicinity who attended the funeral were:  Mr. andMrs. L.H.
Greaser, Lewis Groaser and D.E. Mackie, of Vinton; WmMackie, of Mt. Auburn;
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Mowbray and son, and Mrs.Mary Pollock, of Garrison; Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Mowbray, of La Porte City.

OBITUARY:  "Cedar Valley Daily Times" [Vinton, Benton Co., IA],Friday, 9 Feb
1923, p. 1:
Relatives Attend
Funeral at Toledo
Among those from Vinton motoring to Toledo yesterday to attend thefuneral of
Mrs. Curtis Mowbray were Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Greaser and Mr.and Mrs. Dave
Mackie. Mr. Mowbray is a nephew of Mrs. Greaser and Mr.Mackie.
Mrs. Mowbray's death occurred Tuesday morning from pernicious anaemia.She had
been in failing health for several years. Mrs. Mowbray was born and reared in
Toledo. She was 29 years old. Her marriage toCurtis Mowbray of Vinton took
place on Jan. 5, 1918 [sic],
Funeral services were conducted by Prof Ward of Coe college, formerlyan
instructor in Leander Clark college at Toledo. Burial in the Toledocemetery.
Mrs. Mowbray was not generally known in Vinton, but her husband is anative of
Benton county. She has visited here and in the county nearGarrison. Mr.
Mowbray is a brother of Andrew Mowbray of Big Grovetownship.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave
Joy Dexter Mowbray
Birth:  11 Mar 1894, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Death:  6 Feb 1923, Ida Co., IA
Burial:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
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Notes for Knight DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Delaware Co., Trenton.  Enumerated 27Jul 1850. 
Stamped 160.  Dwelling/Family:  918/919.  In the householdof Emmerson
Stockman.  Thomas Dexter, 41, farmer, VT.  AngelineDexter, 37, VT.  Knight
Dexter, 16, farmer, NY.  Thompson Dexter, 9,Ohio.  George M. Dexter, 6, Ohio. 
Orin Tubbs, 20, farmer, VT.

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Knox Co., Mount Vernon Ward 5.District #83,
Stamped 216.  Dwelling/Family: 138/146.  Knight Dexteris in the home of George
Madden.  Knight is 17, a mason, and born inOH, Knox Co. (Census for him taken
twice!)

SOURCE:  History of Tama County Iowa
Chapter XIII
"National, State and County Representation"
In November, 1864, Knight Dexter was elected Sheriff of Tama county.In 1865,
1867, 1869 and 1871, he was re-elected, and served untilJanuary, 1874, making
a faithful and satisfactory official.http://www.rootsweb.com/~iatama/ch13.html

SOURCE:  Military records of individual Civil War soldiersAmerican Civil
WarSoldiers RecordName: Knight Dexter ,Residence: Toledo,IowaEnlistment
Date: 31 July 1861Distinguished Service:DISTINGUISHED SERVICESide Served:
UnionState Served: IowaUnitNumbers: 182 182Service Record: Enlisted as a
Sergeant on 31 July1861 at the age of 28Enlisted in Company C, 10th Infantry
RegimentIowa on 06 September 1861.Received a disability discharge Company
C,10th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 21 February 1863 in Davenport,IASOURCE: 
American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)Name: KnightDEXTERBirth Date:
1834Birthplace: New YorkVolume: 43Page Number:252Reference: Gen. Column of
the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.(The greatest single source of material
for gen. Data for the N.E. areaand for the period 1600-1800. Completely
indexed in the Index.): 9 Mar1931, 14

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  p. 11.Dwelling/Family: 
100/114.  Knight Dexter, 36, Sheriff Tama Co., 1000real estate value, 800, OH. 
Mary A. Dexter, 37, OH.  Mary E. Dexter,14, OH.  Hattie Dexter, 12, WI; Elma,
10, IA; Joanna A., 5, IA; WillieA., 2, IA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  ED:  334. P.
4;Dwelling/Family:  Dexter Knight, 45, brick mason, NY, VT, VT.  Mary
A.Dexter, 47, keeping house, PA, PA, PA; Elma A, 20, teaching school,IA, NY,
PA; Joanna A., 14, in school, IA, NY, PA; William A., 12, inschool, IA, NY,
PA; Alice, O., 7, IA, NY, PA.

SOURCE:  "1886 Muster Roll of the Tama County
Reserves"http://www.rootsweb.com/~iatama/tamareserves.htmlOrganized in
theCounty of Tama under Chapter 84, Laws of the Regular Session of theTenth
General Assembly of the State of Iowa.  Dexter Knight 1.Sergt.;Age: 30; Post
Office: Toledo; Township: Toledo; Nativity: NY

CENSUS:  1895 State Census for Iowa, Tama Co, Toledo. 
 Knight Dexter, 60, NY; Mary Dexter, 62, PA.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  ED:  147.  Sheet11A. 
Dwelling/Family:  226/242.  Knight Dexter, Jun 1834; NY, VT, VT.Mary A.
Dexter, Feb 1833, married 47 years, 8 children, 6 surviving;PA, PA, PA.

SOURCE:  American Genelogical - Biographical Index.  [Ancestry.com]
Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.   ( The greatestsingle
source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for theperiod
1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Mar 1931, 1445
Knight Dexter
Birth date:  1834             Birth place:  New York
Volume: 43.  Pg. 252

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for IA, Tama Ward 1.  E.D. 169.  Enumerated:26 Apr
1910.  Dwelling/Family:  237/237.  Dexter Knight, head, 75, Wd,NY/VT/VT, own
income.  Margaret Hutson, housekeeper, 70, Wd, OH/NY/NY.

BURIAL:  Iowa Cemetery Records:  Gravestone records of Tama Co., IA. Knight
Dexter, d. 11 Jun 1918; Pg. 40.  Birth date 17 Jun 1834. Cemetery:  Woodlawn. 
Age:  84.  (Ancestry.com)
BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave.com
Knight Dexter
Birth:  17 Jun 1834, Allegany Co., NY
Death:  11 Jun 1918, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Cemetery:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
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CENSUS:  1850 US Census for MI, Jackson Co., Henrietta.  Stamped
381.Dwelling/Family:  973/993.  Knight Dexter, 50, Carpenter, 200
personalvalue, VT.  Lucinda Dexter, 50, NY.  Vernum, 26, NY (Idiotic);
Burr,20, painter, NY; Chauncy, 16, farmer, NY; Nelson, 14; OH; Mary, 13, OH.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Knight Dexter
Birth:  1799
Death:  1855
Buried:  Eureka Township Cemetery, Eureka, Clinton co., MI
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Louise L DEXTER


OBITUARY:  "The Nashua Reporter" [Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA], Wednesday, 8 Jan
1941, p. 1:
MRS. LOUISE DEXTER-SMITH
DIED JAN. 2 AT SIOUX CITY
Was Member of a Pioneer Nashua
Family and Early Graduate
from Nashua High School
Mrs. Louise-Dexter Smith, 70, a member of one of Nashua's mostrespected
pioneer families and one of the early graduates from Nashuahigh school, died
Thursday, Jan. 2, at the home of her daughter, Mrs.M. O. Waterman, in Sioux
City, Iowa.
She had been in poor health, due to heart trouble for many monthspreceding her
death.
The remains were brought to Nashua and funeral services were heldSunday
afternoon at the Greenfield Funeral Home, with Rev. F. L.Hanscom officiating.
A quartet, comprised of A. H. Meier, J. G.Lovejoy, Miss Margaret Taylor and
Mrs. Beulah accompanied by RichardMeier, sang "No Night There" and "Beautiful
Isle".
Burial was made in the family plot in Greenwood cemetery. Pallbearerswere: J.
M. Howard, Galen Mellinger, Dexter Johnson, L. P. Bullen,Robert Norman and
Walter Carter.
Out-of town relatives and friends here to attend the funeral besidesmembers of
the immediate family were: Mrs. Emma Mottershead, Mr. andMrs. Walter Carter
and Miss Louise Getsch, of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs.H. F. Abbs, Mrs. and Mrs.
W. R. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Johnson ofWaterloo, and Mrs. Lena Springer of
Cedar Rapids.

"The Nashua Reporter" [Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA], Wednesday, 8 Jan1941, p. 8:
OBITUARIES
Mrs. Louise Dexter Smith
Louise Dexter was born in Nashua, Sept. 15, 1870, the daughter of H.T. and
Mary Ann Lester Dexter. She died Jan. 2, 1941, at the home ofher daughter,
Mrs. M. O. Waterman, at Sioux City, Ia.
She was a member of the fourth class to be graduated from Nashua highschool,
in 1890.
She was married to Edward P. Smith in March, 1896, and they wentdirectly to
Cedar Falls to establish their home. In 1918 they moved toWaterloo and a year
later to Minneapolis, where Mr. Smith died inFebruary, 1920. Since that time
she had lived with her children andher two sisters in Nashua, the past two
years having been spent withMrs. Waterman.
Four children born to Mr. and Mrs. Smith survive her. They are: Mrs.Waterman
[the former Mary Louise Smith]; Mrs. H. F. Cole [the formerHelen Smith] of
Grand Rapids, Mich,; Edward Smith, of Davenport, Iowa,and Stuart Smith, of
Minneapolis. There are also 10 grandchildren andthree sisters, Mesdames C. L.
Johnson and W. F. Getsch, both of Nashuaand Mrs. H. F. Hanson of Peoria, Ill.
One brother, Clark Dexter,preceded her in death in 1934.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Louise L. Dexter Smith
Birth:  15 Sep 1870, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
Death:  2 Jan 1941, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA
Greenwood Cemetery, Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA
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Notes for Lydia DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for OH, Morrow Co., South Bloomfield Twp.,Sparta P.O. 
Enumerated:  13 Jul 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  166/170.Dexter, Chancey [sic],
56, Farmer, $3600 real estate, $772 pers prop,Vermont.   Eunice, 60, Keeping
House, Connecticut.   Daniel, 23,Farmer, $300 pers prop, Ohio. Thompson,
Lydia, 66, Vermont.

Notes: Lydia Thompson is Lydia [Dexter] Thompson, Chauncey's sisterand widow
of Hubbard Thompson. Chauncey's and Eunice's daughter,Phidelia [aka Fidelia]
and her husband, Washington Kyle [sic. Kile]listed directly below.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Lydia Dexter Thompson
Birth:  1799, Rutland Co., VT
Death:  23 Aug 1874
Cemetery:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Lydia DEXTER


DEATH:  Information from C. P. Tilson via post-em.  June 13, 2005Lydia [Dexter]
Tuttle d. 1868, age 70; bur. 18 Oct 1868, LakesideCemetery, Hastings Township,
Dakota Co., MN.  Source: Dakota CountyHistorical Society Cemetery Database.

BURIAL:  Lakeside Cemetery, Hastings Township, Dakota Co., MN.  TuttleLydia
1868 Lakeside 70 years: Bur. 10-18-1868: Mrs.
Nathaniel.http://www.dakotahistory.org/
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Notes for Margery Mary DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  E.D. 147.Enumerated:  3 Jun
1900.  Dwelling/Family:  351/370.  Will A. Dexter,head, Dec 1867, 32, m10 yrs,
IA/UNK/UNK, something? bank.  Bessie,wife, May 1868, 32, IA/MA/NY.  Joy, dght,
Mar 1874, 6, IA/MA/NY.Margery, dau, Mar 1898, 2, IA/MA/NY.  Chas A. DeLong,
lodger, Dec1873, 24, IA/NY/NY, county supt.

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Extractions - No image available
Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-1997
Name: Margery D Hollnagel, 60
Death Date: 17 Mar 1959
Event Place: Nelo, , Wisconsin
Residence: Wisconsin

DEATH:  Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-1997 (Ancestry.com)
Name:	Margery D Hollnagel
Age:	60
Sex:	F (Female)
Birth Date:	abt 1899
Death Date:	17 Mar 1959
Location:	Nelo (May be abbreviated)

*Nelo = New London, Outagamie Co., WI

OBITUARY:  "Post Crescent" [Appleton, Outagamie Co., WI], Wednesday,18 Mar
1959, p. 18
Mrs. Henry Hollnagel
Mrs. Henry Hollnagel, 60, route 4, Waupaca, died at 7 a.m. Tuesday inWaupaca
[sic*] after a short illness. She was born March 23, 1898, inToledo, Iowa, and
moved to the Waupaca area in 1948.
Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Friday at the Parfreyville** Methodist
church with burial in Forest Lawn Memorial park, NorthHollywood, Calif.
Friends may call at the Holly Funeral home, Waupaca,from 1:30 p.m. Thursday
until noon Friday, then at the church.
She is survived by her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Arthur Goll, VanNuys,
Calif., Mrs. Eugene Moerschell [sic***], Oak Park, Ill., andMrs. George W.
Allan, Saugerties, N.Y.; one son, Dr. John Wittman,Denver, Colo, and 10
grandchildren.

*Margery died in New London, Outagamie Co., WI, according to Wisconsin Death
Index. Somebody at the newspaper just made an incorrect assumption.
**Parfreyville, Waupaca Co., WI.
***Mrs. Eugene Moerschell isn't Marjory's daughter but Blanche Hollnagel, the
daughter of Henry Arnold Hollnagel and his first wife, Estelle Redd.
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Notes for Marie DEXTER


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for IA, Chickasaw Co., Bradford.  E.D. 39.  Enumerated: 
18 Apr 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  105/105.
Hubbard T. Dexter, head, 68, Md1, m at 45, OH/VT/VT/, agent, insurance.
  Mary A., wife, 68, m1, mat 45, 5 children, 5 living, Canada/England/England.
  Marie, dau, 24, IA/OH/Canada, Teacher, public schools.
  Clark, son, 21, IA/OH/Canada, bookkeeper, bank.
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Notes for Mary DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for MI, Jackson Co., Henrietta.  Stamped
381.Dwelling/Family:  973/993.  Knight Dexter, 50, Carpenter, 200
personalvalue, VT.  Lucinda Dexter, 50, NY.  Vernum, 26, NY (Idiotic);
Burr,20, painter, NY; Chauncy, 16, farmer, NY; Nelson, 14; OH; Mary, 13,OH.
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Notes for Mary DEXTER


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Mary Dexter
Birth:  14 Mar 1811, Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT
Death:  8 Jun 1868, Knox Co., OH
Cemetery:  Boyd Cemetery, Fredericktown, Knox Co., OH
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Mary DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, KS/MI/IL.
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Notes for Mary A. DEXTER


DEATH:  Michigan Deaths 1867-1897 [LDS FamilySearch extraction]:
Name: Mary A Dexter
Death date: 15 Oct 1881
Death place: Greenbush [Twp], Clinton, Michigan
Age at death: 20 years 5 months 17 days
Estimated birth year: 1861
Birth place: Michigan
Marital status: Single
Cause of Death: Consumption
Place of Birth: Michigan
Occupation: Teacher
Father: Chauncy [sic] Dexter, Greenbush, Mich,
Mother: Lydia A Dexter, Greenbush, Mich, 
Occupation: Teacher
Film number: 2363669
Digital GS number: 4207952
Image number: 707
Reference number: p 181 rn 2768 

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Mary A. Dexter
Birth:  1861
Death:  Oct 15, 1881
Buried:  Eureka township Cemetery, Eureka, Clinton Co., MI
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Minnie L DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for MI, Mecosta Co., Mecosta Twp.  Enumerated:  22 Jun
1870.  Dwelling/Family:  7/7.
Dexler [sic], Burr, 40, Farmer, $1000, $235, New York
  Ellen J., 31 Keeping House, New York
  George B. 16, Work on Farm, Michigan
  Minnie L., 4, At Home, Michigan
  Nelson N., 2, At Home, Michigan
  Charles H, 4/12, At Home, Michigan [b. Apr

DEATH:  Oregon Death Index, 1903-98:Name: Kirby, Minnie L County:Benton 
Death Date: 12 Jul 1949 Certificate: 7130 Spouse: L

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Minnie Louise Dexter Kirby
Birth:  1866
Death  Jul 1949
Burial:  Mt. Union Cemetery, Philomath, Benton Co., OR
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Moses H DEXTER


Son of Joseph Dexter.  In 1820 and 1830, there are two Joseph Dexterfamilies in
Rutland County; in Clarendon Twp. and in Pawlet Twp. TheJos. Dexter in
Clarendon Twp. in 1820 is surrounded by Colvin andHarrington families (His son
Moses Dexter married Ama Harrington,daughter of Welcome Harrington and
Freelove Colvin about 1825).

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for MI, Mackinac.  Ancestry 1 of 92.  Moses H.Dexter
is 46 years of age, a blacksmith and was born in VT.  His wife,A. Dexter, is
39 years of age and also born in VT.  Children are:Judson, age 18 and working
as a blacksmith; A.R., (f), age 15 and bornin VT; H., (f), age 8; Janes, age
6; Josephine, age 4 and Isaac, age1.  All but A.R. were born in NY.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for MI, Leelanau Co., Leelanau.  Enumerated:5 Jun
1860.  Dwelling/Family:  17/15.  Moses H. Dexter, 55, blacksmith, $150 real
estate value, $200 pers value, VT.  Josephene, 13,NY.  John Flannegan, 25, Day
Laborer, NY.  Amey, 18, NY.  IsaacDexter, 11, NY.
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Notes for Nellie Neoma DEXTER


BIRTH:  Oregon Historical Records Index.  Case#  302; Name:  Dexter,Nellie
Neoma; Date:   6/15/1895; Record Type: Evidence; County:Wallowa; Source: 
Health.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, OR/MI/IL.
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Notes for Nelson DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for MI, Jackson Co., Henrietta.  Stamped
381.Dwelling/Family:  973/993.  Knight Dexter, 50, Carpenter, 200
personalvalue, VT.  Lucinda Dexter, 50, NY.  Vernum, 26, NY (Idiotic);
Burr,20, painter, NY; Chauncy, 16, farmer, NY; Nelson, 14; OH; Mary, 13,OH.
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Notes for Nelson N. DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for MI, Mecosta Co., Mecosta Twp.  Enumerated:  22 Jun
1870.  Dwelling/Family:  7/7.
Dexler [sic], Burr, 40, Farmer, $1000, $235, New York
  Ellen J., 31 Keeping House, New York
  George B. 16, Work on Farm, Michigan
  Minnie L., 4, At Home, Michigan
  Nelson N., 2, At Home, Michigan
  Charles H, 4/12, At Home, Michigan [b. Apr
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Notes for Phidelia DEXTER


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
Phidelia Fox
Birth:  1798, Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT
Death:  6 Oct 1856
Cemetery:  Greendwood Cemetery, North Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Robert Chauncey DEXTER


BIRTH:  LDS FamilySearch Extractions - no image available
Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995
name:	Robert Chauncey Dexter
gender:	Male
burial date:	26 Oct 1953
burial place:	Kalamazoo, Michigan
death date:	23 Oct 1953
death place:	Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan
age:	62
birth date:	21 Jan 1890
birthplace:	St. Johns, Mich.
occupation:	Svgs.& Loan President
race:	White
marital status:	Married
spouse's name:	Bertha W. Dexter
father's name:	Roswell G. Dexter
mother's name:	Jennie Davies
indexing project (batch) number:	B03253-5
system origin:	Michigan-EASy
source film number:	2075144
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Notes for Roswell C DEXTER


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for MI, Clinton Co., Greenbrush.  P. 75. P.O.:Keystone
& Greenbrush.  Chauncy Dexter, 26, farmer, 1250 real estate;300 personal, OH.  
Lydia Dexter, 23, NY.  Roswell Dexter, 1, MI.

"Past and present of Clinton County, Michigan, by Judge S.B. Daboll,assisted
by D.W. Kelley, together with biographical sketches of manyof its prominent
and leading citizens and illustrious dea,"  ShermanB. Daboll [The S.J. Clarke
Publishing Co., 1906], p. 48.   Copy on file of sketch on Roswell C. Dexter.

BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave.com
Roswell C. Dexter
Birth:  1859
Death:  1936
Burial:  Mount Rest Cemetery, Saint Johns, Clinton Co., MI
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Notes for Sophia DEXTER


BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comSophia Dexter BurlingameBIRTH:   Mar 15,1801DEATH: 
Jun 15, 1878BURIED:  Holmesville Cemetery, Holmesville,Chenango Co., NY
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Thomas Pell DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for OH, Delaware Co., Trenton.  Enumerated 27Jul 1850. 
Stamped 160.  Dwelling/Family:  918/919.  In the household of Emmerson
Stockman.  Thomas Dexter, 41, farmer, VT.  Angeline Dexter, 37, VT.  Knight
Dexter, 16, farmer, NY.  Thompson Dexter, 9,Ohio.  George M. Dexter, 6, Ohio. 
Orin Tubbs, 20, farmer, VT.

BURIAL:  Find-A-Grave
Thomas Pell Dexter
Birth:  Jan 1809, Rutland Co., VT
Death:  26 Jun 1856, North Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Cemetery:  Greenwood Cemetery, N. Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Note:  Son of Delano Dexter and Olive Pell; first husband of Angeline
[Randall] Chase; father of Knight, Hubbard Thompson "Thomas" andGeorge Murray
Dexter [Find A Grave Colulmbia County Civil War Memoria l# 70652891].
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Notes for Vallas Delbert DEXTER


BIRTH:  CA Birth Index at Vitalsearch-ca.com.  Vallas D. Dexter, b. 17Mar 1914
in Stanislaus Co., CA to mother Rucker.

DEATH: Social Security Death Index: Vallas D. Dexter. Birth: 17 Mar1914.
Death: 28 May 1997. Residence of record: LaGrande, Union Co., ORCard issued
from: OR
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Notes for Varnum C DEXTER


According to an undocumented -- and undocumentable -- LDS AncestralFile, Varnum
Dexter first married Susannah Jewett 07 Mar 1835, MountHolly, Rutland Co., VT.
She b. 01 Mar 1815, Littleton, Middlesex Co,MA [d/o Benjamin Jewett &
Elizabeth Wood]; d. 13 Nov 1857, Franklin,Oakland Co, MI.Varnum and his
alleged wife allegedly had fourchildren: Maria L Dexter, b. 24 Dec 1835; Mary
E A Dexter, b. 17 Apr1837; Melissa S Dexter, b. 10 Apr 1839; and Jonathan C.
Dexter, b. 12Sep 1842, all born in Mount Holly, allegedly.

CENSUS:  1860 Census, Southfield, Farmington P.O., Oakland Co., MI, p.881,
Dwelling & Family #207, enumerated 9 Jul 1860:  V. C. Dexter, 47,Farmer, $1000
real estate, $300 pers estate, VT.   Mary J, 29,VTCENSUS:  1870 Census,
Township of Westphalia, Wacusta P.O.,Clinton Co., MI, p. 666B?, Dwelling #279,
Family #274, enumerated 9Sep 1870:  Dexter, B.* C., 57, Farmer, $1000 real
estate, $600 persprop, VT.   Mary J., 39, Keeping House, VT.  *sic

DEATH:  Michigan Department of Community Health Genealogical DeathIndex,
1867-1897:DEXTER, VERNIN* C.  Date of death: 1-Dec-1873.Ledger Page: 163. 
Record Number: 1188  Place of death:  WestphaliaCounty of Death: Clinton  
Marital Status: Married   Age: 62 yearsCause of Death: APOPLEXY   Birthplace:
VERMONT   Occupation: FARMERFather's Name: UNKNOWN, First name not recorded  
Father's Residence:DECEASED  Mother's Name: UNKNOW, First name not recorded  
Mother'sResidence: DECEASED  Date of record: 20-May-1874

BURIAL:  North Eagle Cemetery, Section 9, Eagle Township, ClintonCounty,
Michigan [Copied and compiled by Lansing Chapter D.A.R.,1939]:  DEXTER, Varnum
[sic]*, d. Dec 1, 1873, ae 61yr
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Notes for Verda DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, OR/MI/IL.
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Notes for Vernum DEXTER


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for MI, Jackson Co., Henrietta.  Stamped
381.Dwelling/Family:  973/993.  Knight Dexter, 50, Carpenter, 200
personalvalue, VT.  Lucinda Dexter, 50, NY.  Vernum, 26, NY (Idiotic);
Burr,20, painter, NY; Chauncy, 16, farmer, NY; Nelson, 14; OH; Mary, 13,OH.
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Notes for William Antipas DEXTER


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  p. 11.Dwelling/Family: 
100/114.  Knight Dexter, 36, Sheriff Tama Co., 1000real estate value, 800, OH. 
Mary A. Dexter, 37, OH.  Mary E. Dexter,14, OH.  Hattie Dexter, 12, WI; Elma,
10, IA; Joanna A., 5, IA; WillieA., 2, IA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  ED:  334.Dwelling/Family: 
Dexter Knight, 45, brick mason, NY, VT, VT.  Mary A.Dexter, 47, keeping house,
PA, PA, PA; Elma A., 20, teaching school,IA, NY, PA; Joanna A., 14, in school,
IA, NY, PA; William A., 12, inschool, IA, NY, PA; Alice, O., 7, IA, NY, PA.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for IA, Tama Co., Toledo.  E.D. 147.Enumerated:  3 Jun
1900.  Dwelling/Family:  351/370.  Will A. Dexter,head, Dec 1867, 32, m10 yrs,
IA/UNK/UNK, something? bank.  Bessie,wife, May 1868, 32, IA/MA/NY.  Joy, dght,
Mar 1874, 6, IA/MA/NY.Margery, dau, Mar 1898, 2, IA/MA/NY.  Chas A. DeLong,
lodger, Dec1873, 24, IA/NY/NY, county supt.

DEATH:  "The Nashua Reporter" [Nashua, Chickasaw Co., IA], Wednesday,27 Oct
1926, p. 27:

William A. Dexter, president of the First National Bank of Toledo,Ia., and a
nephew of H. T. Dexter of this city, committed suicideMonday morning by
shooting himself in an automobile, five miles northwest of that city. The deed
is attributed to worry over financialmatters. He was a man nearly sixty years
of age.

DEATH:  "Waterloo Evening Courier" [Waterloo, Iowa] Tuesday, October26, 1926,
Page 8
OFFICER'S SUICIDE
CAUSES BANK TO
CLOSE FOR TIME
Directors of Toledo Institution
Await Advice from Fed-
eral department
Toledo, Ia., Oct. 26. - (Special) - The board of directors of FirstNational
bank of this place has closed the bank because of the suicideMonday morning of
the president, W.A. Dexter, pending instructionsfrom the federal banking
department, it was announced this morning byofficers.
Mr. Dexter's suicide by shooting in the yard of a community churchabout four
miles from here is attributed to worry over the failure ofGarwin State bank,
which was, until affected by the collapse of landvalues, one of the strongest
institutions in this section of thestate.  He was a director of and
stockholder in the Garwin business.
Dexter had left Toledo about 7:30 a.m. in a rented automobile,announcing his
intention of going to the Garwin bank, but thespeedometer of the machine shows
he went directly to Rosehill church.He shot himself in the heart, after
opening top and suit coat andapparently died instantly.
Family Long Prominent
The Dexter family always had been among the leaders in Tama county,the
banker's father, Knight Dexter, having been one of the pioneers ofthis
section.  W.A. Dexter was born Dec. 24, 1867, and except for ashort time spent
as printer at Miller, S.D., following his graduationfrom high school here in
1885, always resided in the vicinity.
He had been connected with First National bank more than 30 years,having
succeeded L.B. Blinn in the presidency after a long term ofservice as cashier.
Dexter was affiliated with numerous fraternal and community interests,in
addition to his connections in the banking and business world.  Hewas worthy
patron of the local chapter, Oder of Eastern Star, at thetime of his death and
had previously served as worshipful master ofthe Toledo Masonic lodge.
Interested in Politics
He had given several years to the work of chairman of the countyRepublican
committee and was president of Central Iowa Chautauquaassociation, a
Tama-Toledo organization that present its twenty-fifthannual entertainment
next year.
He was married twice.  His first wife as Miss Bessie D. Rogers, and their
marriage took place on Aug, 2, 1889.  She died in 1914.  Theyhad two children,
Mrs. Curtis Mowbray, who died some years ago, andMrs. John Wittman, Fort
Dodge.  His second marriage was with MissAgnes Blinn, who survives.

OBITUARY:  "Waterloo Evening Courier"  [Waterloo, Iowa]  Thursday,October 28,
1926. P. 8
TOLEDO'S PEOPLE
PAY LAST TRIBUTE
TO WM. A. DEXTER
Church and Fraternal Asso-
ciates at Rites for Man
Who Killed Self.
Toledo, Ia., Oct. 28 - Funeral services for Wm. A. Dexter, who killedhimself
Monday forenoon because of worry over the closing of theGarwin bank of which
he was director, were held at the Dexter homehere today, conducted by Rev.
S.A. Maher, pastor of Toledo UnitedBrethren church, assisted by Prof. H.W.
Ward, Cedar Rapids for manyyears dean at Leander Clark college, and closely
associated with Mr.Dexter.  The service was public, Masonic burial was at
Woodlawncemetery, with Charles Benesh, past master of the Toledo Masoniclodge,
in charge.
Members of the Masonic fraternity, Eastern Star lodge and Brotherhoodof the
United Brethren church attended in groups.  Music for theservices was
furnished by a quartet composed of B.F. Green, ofMarshalltown, formerly of
Toledo; J.J. Fitzgerald, H.P. Giger and J.E.Elston, with Mrs. Ciger at the
piano.  The selections used were"Beautiful Isle of Somewhere," "No Night
There," and "The GloryShines."  Casketbearers were members of both the Masonic
fraternityand brotherhood, J. ? Yower?, Cedar Rapids; George E. Gary,
A.H.Conant, W.C. Smith, E.A. Benson and C.W. Richards.
Among those from a distance who were in attendance at the funeral wereMr. and
Mrs. J.F. Wittman and Mrs. Hattie Jones, Fort Dodge; CurtisMowbray, Atlanta,
La.; Mrs. Eliza D. Fee, Missoula, Mont.; Mr. andMrs. Lincoln Akerman, Fremont;
Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Sears, Sioux city;Charles S. Bradshaw and Miss Alice
Bradshaw, Des Moines.

BURIAL:  WPA - Work Project Administration
1930 Grave Registration Survey
William A Dexter.
Born:  1867
Died:	1926
Cemetery:	WOODLAWN
Location:
County:	TAMA CO. - IOWA
Record Notes:	AGE 59

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.com
William Antipas Dexter
Birth:  24 Dec 1867, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Death:  25 Oct 1926, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
Burial:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Tama Co., IA
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Notes for William Burton DEXTER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OR, Wallowa Co., Wallowa.  ED: 104;Enumerated 16 &
17 Jun 1900; Sheet #6.  Dwelling/Family:  119/119.George Dexter, Jun 1853; 46;
MI, NY, NY; farmer.  Mary Dexter, Oct1855; 44. IL, VA, IN.  Married 24 years,
11 children, 10 suriving.John Dexter, Jul 1883, 16, KS/MI/IL; William Dexter,
Jan 1886, 14;KS/MI/IL; Arthur Dexter, Jul 1887, 12, KS/MI/IL; Eugene Dexter,
April1892, 8, OR/MI/IL; Henry, Jan 1891, 9, OR/MI/IL; Verda, Oct 1893,
6,OR/MI/IL; Nellie, Jun 1895, 4, OR/MI/IL; Mary, Dec 1899, 1, OR/MI/IL.

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  William BurtonDexter
registered in Yamhill Co., OR.  He gave his birth date as 30Jan 1886.  He gave
Sidalia Dexter (Wife) as his nearest relative.  Heis a farmer, renting, has
one bad foot and one bad arm, medium inheight and build.  Did not indicate
hair and eyes coloring.
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Notes for Charles DEYO


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for WI., Milwaukee Co., Milwaukee.  Series:M653 Roll:
1422 Page: 318.  David Deyo is 33 years of age, born in NYand  Attorney at
Law.  His wife, Sarah J., is 29 years of age and alsoborn in NY.  Children are
Irving, age 6; Charles, age 3; and Mary, age9 months - all were born in WI. 
Also living with them is Charles S.Loveland, student at law.  Charles is 18
and was born in NY.  (brotherof Sarah's?)
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Notes for David S DEYO


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for WI., Milwaukee Co., Milwaukee.  Series:M653 Roll:
1422 Page: 318.  David Deyo is 33 years of age, born in NYand  Attorney at
Law.  His wife, Sarah J., is 29 years of age and alsoborn in NY.  Children are
Irving, age 6; Charles, age 3; and Mary, age9 months - all were born in WI. 
Also living with them is Charles S.Loveland, student at law.  Charles is 18
and was born in NY.  (brotherof Sarah's?)
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Notes for Herbert Orlando DEYO


Parents were Henry Deyo and Mary E. /Wilbur/ Deyo
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Notes for Irving DEYO


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for WI., Milwaukee Co., Milwaukee.  Series:M653 Roll:
1422 Page: 318.  David Deyo is 33 years of age, born in NYand  Attorney at
Law.  His wife, Sarah J., is 29 years of age and alsoborn in NY.  Children are
Irving, age 6; Charles, age 3; and Mary, age9 months - all were born in WI. 
Also living with them is Charles S.Loveland, student at law.  Charles is 18
and was born in NY.  (brotherof Sarah's?)
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Notes for Mary G DEYO


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for WI., Milwaukee Co., Milwaukee.  Series:M653 Roll:
1422 Page: 318.  David Deyo is 33 years of age, born in NYand  Attorney at
Law.  His wife, Sarah J., is 29 years of age and alsoborn in NY.  Children are
Irving, age 6; Charles, age 3; and Mary, age9 months - all were born in WI. 
Also living with them is Charles S.Loveland, student at law.  Charles is 18
and was born in NY.  (brotherof Sarah's?)
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Notes for Archie E DEYOE


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Saratoga Co., Saratoga Springs.  E.D.144.  St.
Christiana Home.  Enumerated:  14 Jan 1920.Dwelling/Family:  256/301.  Frances
L. Clark (m), head, 58, NY/NY/NY,care taker Christina Home.  Anna E., wife,
54, NY/NY/NY.  Archie L.,son, 30, NY/NY/NY, laborer, Christiana Home.  DeYou,
Pearl  A., dau.,22, NY/NY/NY, Clerk, store. Archie E., grand-son, 4/12,
NY/NY/NY.
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Notes for Edna Marion DEZENGREMEL


BURIAL:  Riverside Cemetery, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NYDezengremel, Edna
M. (dau Frank) 19 Apr1884 - 14 Aug 1915.
Riverside.http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyjeffer/barcade.htm

OBITUARY:  "Watertown Daily Times" [Watertown, Jefferson Co., NY], Monday, 16
Aug 1915, p. 5:
YOUNG WOMAN, ILL
A SHORT TIME, DIES
COMPLICATIONS DEVELOPED AFTER APPENDICITIS OPERATION
MISS ENDA [sic] M. DEZENGREMEL
  She Was 31 Years of Age and Was to Have Been Married
Next December to Young Man from Texas
  As a result of poisoning that sent in after an operation for appendicitis,
Miss Edna Marion Dezengremel, aged 31 years, passed away at St. Joachim's
hospital, late Saturday afternoon. Miss Dezengremel was taken will with
appendicitis on Monday, July 12, and was brought immediately to the City
hospital, but due to her serious condition and operation could not be
performed.
  After remaining in the hospital for five days her condition grew somewhat
improved, and it was thought that she might recover without the necessity of
an operation. The attending physician recommended a change however, in view of
her nervous condition, and three weeks ago she left with a few friends and the
members of her family for a cottage on Point Salubrious. She apparently was
improving rapidly after the removal to the cottage. On Saturday, July 31, Miss
Dezengremel was suddenly taken with a second attack and she was hurried in an
automobile to this city. Upon arrival at the family home, 903 Boyd street, a
physician was immediately summoned. After a few hours at her home, the girl
was removed to St. Joachim's hospital.
  A seemingly successful operation was performed by Dr. F. R. Calkins,
assisted by Dr. N. L. Hawkins, on Wednesday, Aug. 11. Miss Dezengremel began
to improve following the operation, but poisoning set in Thursday, and she
became worse. A consultation of doctors was held early Saturday morning,
However, nothing could be done to save her, and she passed away Saturday
afternoon at 3. The death was a great blow to the family and friends, for Miss
Dezengremel was always in the best of health, being seriously ill upon only
one other occasion during her life. She was the picture of perfect health at
all times.
  Miss Dezengremel was to have been married to Edwin M. Gudger of Texas next
December. They were planning to make their future home in North Carolina.
  Miss Dezengremel was born at Maple Grove, Cape Vincent, the daughter of the
late Frank and Harriet Crevolin Dezengremel, on April 19, 1884. Her father,
Frank Dezengremel, passed away in this city, ten months ago. The Dezengremels
made their winter home in this city, and their summer home at Cape Vincent.
Miss Dezengremel spent all of her early life in Cape Vincent. She was educated
in the public schools there and graduated from the Cape Vincent High school.
She was an attendant at the Lady Jane grey school at Binghamton, New York, but
was forced to leave before graduation, due to an overworked, run down
condition. This illness was the only other illness that Miss Dezengremel ever
experienced.
  She was one of the leaders of the younger set in Cape Vincent. She was a
member of the St. John's Episcopal church of Cape Vincent, and was librarian
for a number of years of the St. John's Sunday school. She was a member of the
Daughters of the King of Cape Vincent and of the LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, D.
A. R., of this city.
  She had been employed since the opening of the Y. M. C. A. building as
assistant to Dr. W. C. Smith, a dentist in the building.
  She is survived by her mother, and one sister, Harriet Blanche Dezengremel,
who graduated from Watertown High school last June.
  The funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 at St. John's Episcopal
church of Cape Vincent, shortly after the arrival of the noon train. Interment
will be made in the family plot at Cape Vincent cemetery.

"Cape Vincent Eagle" [Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY], Thursday, 19 Aug 1915:
EDNA M. DEZENGREMELPasses Away After
Undergoing An Operation for Appendicitis  The announcement of the death of
Miss Edna Marion Dezengremel, eldest daughter of the late Frank and Mrs.
Harriet Dezengremel, which occurred at the Sisters' hospital, Watertown,
Saturday afternoon, was received with profound sorrow by the people of Cape
Vincent and vicinity. Death followed an operation for appendicitis. Miss
Dezengremel was first stricken with the disease on Monday, July 12, and it was
the opinion of the physicians in charge that her condition was too serious to
safely permit of an operation. Her condition, however, improved very much
during the following five days, and it was confidently hoped that she might be
restored to health without an operation. The attending physician recommended a
change, however, in view of her nervous condition, and three weeks ago she
left with a few friends and the members of her family for a cottage on Point
Salubrious. She apparently was improving rapidly after the removal to the
cottage. On Saturday, July 31, Miss Dezengreme was suddenly taken with a
second attack and she was hurried in an automobile to Watertown. Upon arrival
at the family home, 903 Boyd street, a physician was immediately summoned.
After a few hour at her home, she was removed to St. Joachim's hospital.  A
seemingly successful operation was performed by Dr. F. R. Calkins, assisted by
Dr. N. L. Hawkins, on Wednesday, August1. Miss Dezengremel began to improve
following the operation but poisoning set in Thursday, and she became worse. A
consultation of doctors was held early Saturday morning, but nothing could be
done tosave her and she passed away Saturday afternoon at 3.   Miss 
Dezengremel, who was 31 years of age, was born at Maple Grove, Cape Vincent,
on April 19, 1884. Her father, Frank Dezengremel, passed awayin Watertown, ten
months ago. The Dezengremels made their winter home in that city and their
summer home at Cape Vincent, but for the past two years they had been living
the year around in Watertown. Miss Dezengremel spent all of her early life in
this village. She was educated in the public school here and was graduated
from the Cape Vincent High school.  Miss Dezengremel was a member of St.
John's Episcopal church and for a number of years was the librarian of the
Sunday school connected with that church. She was a member of the Daughters of
the King of Cape Vincent, and of the LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, D. A. R., of
Watertown.  Miss Dezengremel was to have been married to Edwin M. Grudger, of
Texas, next November.  She is survivedby her mother and one sister, Miss
Blanche Dezengremel, who have unstinted sympathy because of the great
affliction they have sustained.  The remains were brought to the Cape on the
1:15 o'clock train Tuesday and taken to St. John's church, where the funeral
services were conducted by the rector, the Rev. Chas. T. Raynor.  Interment
was made in Riverside cemetery. The floral offerings were very beautiful. The
bearers consisted of Harry Vincent, Dr. Bentley, Norman Hinckley, Leon Peo, F.
W. Sacket and Mr. Boyd.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Edna Marion Dezengremel
Birth:  Apr 19, 1884
Death:  Aug 14, 1915
Buried: Riverside Cemetery, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Frank DEZENGREMEL


OBITUARY:  "Watertown Re-Union"  [Watertown, Jefferson Co., NY]Wednesday, 14,
Oct 1914
Entered into rest
DEZENGREMEL-In this city, Oct. 11, 1914, Frank Dezengremel,. aged 54years.

OBITUARY:  "Watertown Re-Union"  [Watertown, Jefferson Co., NY]Wednesday, 14
Oct 1914
CAPE VINCENT MAN
DIES IN THIS CITY
Frank Dezengreiiiel, Prominent Business Man of That Village, PassesAway. 
Frank Dezengremel, one of the
most prominent business men of Cape Vincent, died shortly after 10o'clock
Sunday night at his home,. No. 905
Boyd street, where he had come to spend the winter.  Mr. Dezengremel'sdeath
was due to Bright's disease, with which he had suffered for sometime.
Mr. Dezengremel was born ih Roslere.  He lived practically ail hislife in Cape
Vincent where he was prominent in business. He was one ofthe organizers of the
Cape Vincent Fair Association, a charter memberof the Cape Vincent Yacht  Club
and the Cape Vincent Motor BoatAssociation.
Besides his wife, he leaves two daughters, the Misses Edna and
HarrietDezengremel.

BURIAL:  Riverside Cemetery, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NYDezengremel,
Frank, 24May1860 - 11Oct 1914. 
Riverside.http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyjeffer/barcade.htm
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Notes for Harriet Blanche DEZENGREMEL


DEATH:  Social Security Death Index:  Blanche Austin.  Born: 5 Jul1896.  Died:
Jan 1974.  Last Residence: Zip 85711, Tucson, Pima Co,AZ.  Card issued New
York [Before 1951]

OBITUARY:  "Watertown Daily Times" [Watertown, Jefferson Co., NY], Monday, 21
Jan 1974:
Mrs. Blanche
Austin Dies;
Funeral Held
  The funeral and burial for Mrs. Blanche Dezengremel Austin, 77, Tucson,
Ariz., widow of Gerald W. Austin, formerly of Watertown, who died Friday at
her home in Tucson, were today in Tucson.
  Mr. and Mrs. Austin opened the Austin Ice Cream Co., Inc., here in 1928, and
owned and operated it until December, 1953, when they agreed to merge with the
Borden Co., and the couple retired.
  Mr. Austin came to Watertown n 1918 when the Kirk-Maher Ice Cream Co.,
Malone, established a plant at 499 Factory St. He and Blanche Dezengremel, of
Cape Vincent, daughter of Frank and Harriet Crevolin Dezengremel, were married
Nov. 14, 1926 in Watertown.
  In 1928, the Kirk-Maher Co., was merged with the General Ice Cream Corp. Mr.
Austin left General to enter the ice cream manufacturing business for himself.
Business was started Feb. 8, 1828 at the corner of Huntington and Central
Streets. Mr. Austin was president and Mrs. Austin secretary-treasurer.
  When the Austin company was first organized, its equipment consisted of one
direct expansion freezer, a small hardening room and one delivery truck.
  The plant manufacturing capacity was soon doubled and the company was
incorporated in May, 1928. The company kept modernizing its equipment and at
the time of its sale to the Borden Co., it has a capacity of 150,000 annually,
six refrigerated trucks and more than 350 electric cabinets, throughout
Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, Franklin and Oswego counties.
  Mr. and Mrs. Austin moved to Tucson in October, 1959. They had been spending
winters there since 1947. Mr. Austin died Aug. 28, 1963 in Tucson at the age
of 74.
  Mrs. Austin, born July 5, 1896 in Cape Vincent, was active in the Tucson
Republican party and the Elks Auxiliary.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Harriet Blanche Dezengremel Austin
Birth:  Jul 5, 1896
Death:  Jan 18, 1974
Buried:  South Lawn memorial Cemetery, Tucson, Pima Co., AZ
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Raymond Frank DEZENGREMEL


BURIAL:  Riverside Cemetery, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY
Dezengremel, Ray Frank SN Frank 24 Jul 1886 - 9 Feb 1892. Riverside.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyjeffer/barcade.htm
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Notes for Flora Eva DIBBLE


DEATH:  CA Death Index at Vitalsearch-ca.com  Flora Welton died inKings Co., CA
on 5 Feb 1920 at the age of 53.  Cert #:  6108.
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Notes for Helen Eliza DIBBLE


BURIAL:  Find A Grave  www.findagrave.com
Nellie Vail
Birth:  1846
Death:  1928
Inscription:  "His Wife"
Burial:  Dailey Cemetery, Cass Co., Michigan
Photo of tombstone on memorial.
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Notes for Flora DICKERMAN


BURIAL:  Valley View Cemetery, Dover Plains, Dutchess Co., NY.
Findagrave.com
Flora Dickerman Benson
Birth:  1852
Death:  3 May 1893
Photo of tombstone on page.
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Notes for Walter Nelson DICKEY


s/o George Watson Dickey and Sarah Jerusha Read.

MILITARY:  World War I Draft Registration Card:  Walter Nelson
Dickeyregistered in Precinct 7, Willard, CO [stamped Local Board,
Sterling,Logan Co., CO] on 5 Jun 1917.  Home Address: Willard, Colo. Date
ofBirth: Aug 20, 1888.  Place of Birth: Leon, Iowa.  Present Occupation:Rural
Mail Carrier.  By Whom Employed: U.S. Government.  WhereEmployed: Willard,
Motor Route W.  Dependents: Wife.  PreviousMilitary Service: None.  Exemptions
Claimed: None Mentioned.Signature: Walter N. Dickey.  Registrar's Report: 
Height: Medium;Build: Medium.  Color of Eyes: Blue.  Color of Hair: Light;
Bald: No.Physical Disabilities: No
CENSUS:  1920 US Census for CA, Santa Barbara Co., Santa Maria City,Santa
Maria Precinct No. 4, E.D. #113, Sheet 3B, Dwelling #60, Family#64, 301A S.
Ginsohe?, enumerated 23-24 Jun 1920:  Dickey, Walter N,Head, Rents, 32,
IA/IA/IA, Carpenter House.  Edna D, Wife, 32,OH/OH/OH.  Vaghan [sic], Joshua
C, Father in Law, 70, Wd, OH/PA/VA.Roberts, Arnie? A, Lodger, 29, NM/KS/US,
Salesman, Auto Agency.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for CA, San Diego Co., San Diego City, SanDiego
Township, E.D. #69, Sheet 8B, Dwelling #216, Family #217, 5833El Cajon,
enumerated 10 Apr 1930:  Dickey, Walter [or Wallis?] N,Head, Owns [$8000
Value], 42, 1st m. at 26, IA/ME/IA, Salesman, VacumCleaners, Not a WWI Vet 
Edna D, Wife, 39, 1st m. at 24 [sic],OH/OH/OH, Artist, Landscape.  Vaughan,
Joshua C, Fa in-law, 80, Wd,OH/PA/VA

California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968 [image via Ancestry.com]:
1930 San Diego County, Precinct 62:
Dickey, Mrs. Dorothy V., 5833 El Cajon Blvd., HW. Rep.Dickey, WalterN., 5833
El Cajon Blvd., Salesman, Rep.
1934 Los Angeles County, Los Angeles City, Precinct No. 759:
Dickey, Mrs. Dorothy V, 412 S. Lake st. D.Dickey, Walter N, 412 S.Lake st. D.

1936 Los Angeles County, Los Angeles City Precinct No. 1139:
Dickey, Mrs. Dorothy V, 1315 Liberty st, homemaker, ProgDickey,Walter N, 1315
Liberty st, salesman, Prog
1938 Los Angeles County, Los Angeles City Precinct No. 1223:
Dickey, Mrs. Dorothy V, 2822 Avenel st, homemaker, DDickey, Walter N,2822
Avenel st, salesman D
1940 & 1942 Los Angeles County, Los Angeles City Precinct No. 2153:
Dickey, Mrs. Dorothy V, 2738 Medlow ave, homemaker, ProgDickey,Walter N, 2738
Medlow ave, salesman, Prog
1946, 1948, 1950, 1952 & 1954 Los Angeles County, Los Angeles CityPrecinct No
2772:
Dickey, Mrs. Dorothy V, 2738 Medlow av, DDickey, Walter N, 2738Medlow av, D
DEATH:  CA Death Index at Vitalsearch.  Walter N. Dickey, b. 20 Aug1888 in IA. 
Died 9 Jul 1972 in Los Angeles Co., CA.
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