The terrible 1918 Spanish Flue affected quite a few in that time period. Have you checked
out the Iowa Mortality records to see if something happened to them? I found several of
my Iowa deaths (one in 1902 train accident) via the LDS films on Iowa Mortality records
for that particular time period and location, and had it sent to a local LDS research room
in my town.
On Nov 23, 2010, at 12:24 PM, gc-gateway(a)rootsweb.com wrote:
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Surnames: Baylor,Bogle,Kennis,Laurie, Lemley
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Searching for the children of James E. Baylor after the 1925 State of Iowa Census records
for Wayne County, IA.
James Baylor married Mary Bogle - Kennis - Laurie on Dec.12, 1924. Mary(35),died
Aug.1,1927 at her home NE of Bethlehem, IA about 10 days after giving birth to a daughter,
unnamed. Obituary states that she was survived by her husband and infant daughter, also
another 4 year old daughter from a previous marriage.
Viola(15);Leota & Leona(12)twins, Baylor are not found after the 1920 Federal Census
for Wayne Co.,IA ? Mothers name was Sarah for the three girls.
1930 Census shows James living alone in Union Twp.Wayne Co.,IA
Thanks for any information - fh
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