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Generation 3 - No. 7:
Angie Whitson - Grandmother

Parents: Father - Louis Franklin Whitson
Mother - Alice Minerva Olive
photo 1951
Life Events:
 Birth:   15-Jun-1886 - Agua Dulce, Collin, TX Death:   29-Jul-1969 - San Antonio, Bexar, TX
Burial:   Chamberlain Cemetery, Kingsville, Kleberg, TX
 Married:    xx-xxx-1910
                     - (Unknown), Collin, TX
                     - Calvin Layfette Ballard Boyer

Children:
  1. Alla Gene (Jean) Boyer (Roberts)
  2. Calvin Layfette Boyer
  3. Charles Hudson Boyer
    (Elaborative link)

Siblings: Frank Whitson
Joe Whitson
Albert Whitson
Clint Whitson
Arnold Whitson
Rachel Whitson (Jones)
(siblings photo link)


Resources:
Various Family members
Texas State Social Security Death Indes
Ancestry.com

Currently researching data regarding
Angie's parents, siblings and marriage date. If you
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Notes:

           The exact date of Angie's marriage to Ballard Boyer is somewhat in question. They "ran away" to be married. The Marriage did not have the approval of either set of parents, and there was "bad blood" over their union for several years. Angie and Ballard enjoyed approximately 35 years of married life before his early death (massive cardio-vascular infarct) at age 55, in 1945. Angie never remarried.

           Angie Whitson was a full-time Mother, and did not work outside the family home until her three children were grown. In later life Angie was employed by Young's Dry Cleaners; after Ballard's death, Angie was employed by a local cafeteria (Chandler Cafeteria) near the then "Texas Theater" in Kingsville, TX (now torn down).

           She eventually retired from her work life after a cardio-vascular accident, and in later years suffered sucessive "strokes", which, over a period of eight years, proved to be the cause of her death in the summer of 1969.