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I don't suppose a copy of that book is available for sale . . . If not, is the book you refer to your own or part of a library collection? I'd like to get not only the text, but also a scan of the photo.
Margene would be eighty years old now if she's still with us, and according to the census, she had an older brother and sister. I'd be thrilled to connect with her or whoever has taken up her apparent interest in the family's history. Does that article's submission credit list her married name?
There is a Memorial Day family reunion of descendants of Margene's gggf's brother, Robert Willis Kinkead, and sister, Mary Jane Kinkead Campbell, taking place in Burlington (and Morning Sun) , IA. Wouldn't it be wonderful if a representative of that branch of our clan could make it?
I can't thank you enough for getting me re-started on this branch of my family.
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Maybe Myrlee Pierson and her husband are buried in the Elliott area.
Another thought, since the Clark's had quite a bit of land, it looks like Myrlee was the only one left to inherit.
I was looking at one of my newer Pottawattamie Co, Iowa biography books and Chester, Dora & Jennie Clark are in the book, along with a small picture of the three of them. It looks like the article was submitted by Myrlee's daughter, Margene. The bio has some of the same stuff in it, but has more tidbits about their lives. Tells about the children of Myrlee's.
Let me know if you are interested in getting a copy of this bio.....I would need to scan it in or mail it to you.