Taylor County, Iowa Burials

by Pat Combs O'Dell : genpat@netins.net

 

Maccoun, Nancy E., dau of L.T. & Sarah D., died Oct 28, 1859 ae 8y 9m 9d Bedford cem
Mackey, Clyde, Apr 19, 1900 - May 28, 1988 [Clearfield]
Mackey, Erie C. 1874 - 1957 (ss Nettie) -24
Mackey, F. Donna 1886 - 1904, -3
Mackey, Hall, 1859 - 1917 father, -3
Mackey, Howard H. 1891 - 1955, son, -3
Mackey, J.F. 1860 - 1932, -12
Mackey, Jennie E. wf J.F., 1868 - 1914, -12
Mackey, Lule 1862 - 1933 mother, -3
Mackey, Nettie S. 1882 - 1951 (ss Erie) -24
Mackey, Roberta Campain, died Oct 5, 1985 Lexington
Mackey, Vera E. 1894 - 1971 daughter, -3
 
Madden, Bernice L., Oct 28, 1908 - Nov 22, 1971 (ss Roy) East Fairview/Lenox
Madden, C. Alice, 1856 - 1942 (ss Edmond) -18
Madden, Dennis, 1857 - 1908, -25
Madden, Edmond, 1855 - 1931 (ss C. Alice) -18
Madden, Edna, 1874 - 1959, -16
Madden, Edward, 1861 - 1947, -6
Madden, Emma E., 1864 - 1937, -6
Madden, George H., 1888 - 1932, -6
Madden, Hugh Joseph, Aug 27, 1900 - Apr 3, 1976, St. Patrick's/Lenox   
Madden, John M., 1881 - 1959, -18
Madden, John, 1842 - 1918, -16
Madden, Leonora, 1846 - 1936, -16
Madden, Marcella, Sep 21, 1897 - Dec 7, 1983 East Fairview/Lenox
Madden, Mary, 1867 - 1952, -25
Madden, Mildred, 1906 - 1923, -16
Madden, Millard F., 1878 - 1937, -18
Madden, Roy, 1906 - 1964 (ss Bernice) -16
Madden, Sarah Louise dau of M. & L.D., Mar 8, 1921 - Mar 17, 1921, -18
Madden, Wave C., 1893 - 1985, -6
Madden, William, 1867 - 1951, -16
Maddy, Vesper "McCoy," Jun 24, 1907 - May 9, 2000 Fairview/Bedford
Madison, Delbert Arthur, Jan 21, 1924 - Jul 2, 1999 (ss Ruby) Siam
Madison, Ruby Lynn, Mar 30, 1926 - Apr 2, 1980 (ss Delbert), married May 10, 1946, Siam
Madsen, Lorraine Gail Cox, Jun 16, 1959 - Jun 24, 2014 Graceland
Magel, Pearl Baldwin, Jan 9, 1902 - Aug 5, 1986 Bedford
Magrath, Albert, 1884 - 1945 (ss Caroline) -25
Magrath, Caroline, 1889 - 1966 (ss Albert) -25
 
Mahaffey, Beulah Baxter, May 11, 1890 - Sep 1982 (ss Hawley), Gravity
Mahaffey, Doris P., dau of L.L. & R.K., 1915 11 days, -10
Mahaffey, Frances b. Sep. 1881 d. 1937     Daughter Francis 1881- 1937, Washington/Gravity
Mahaffey, Franklin C., 1857 - 1933, father: WPA says 1857 - Apr 30, 1933, -10
Mahaffey, Gordon H., son of L.L. & R.K., 1924 - 1925, -10
Mahaffey, Hawley Newton, May 5, 1887 - Dec 25, 1969 (ss Beulah), Gravity
Mahaffey, Minnie L., 1864 - 1919, mother, -10
 
Mahan, Caroline, May 1, 1846 - Dec 10, 1924 (ss Wm. N.), Graceland Cem: Nodaway Co, Mo death record - born Ind; father George Dougherty born Ind; mother unknown; husband Newt Mahan; buried Titus Cem
Mahan, Charlie C., son of W. & R.J., born Dec 18, 1866 - Sep 24, 1867, -19
Mahan, Eddie sf W.N. & C., Jun 13, 1877 - Sep 23, 1877, -9
Mahan, Evey Gertrude "Gertie" Brake, Aug 25, 1899 - Aug 5, 1989 Fairvew/Bedford
Mahan, Floyd E., ch of W. & R.J., died Jul 9, 1881 22y 2m 21d (ss India): Floyd Edward Mahan, male, white, 22y 2m 19d, farmer, died Jul 10, 1881, born Taylor co, died Benton twp, buried Lexington cem, -19
Mahan, Harvey N., d Nov 26, 1901 ae 29 yrs, -9
Mahan, Hattie E., wife of J.J., born Feb 14, 1882 died Dec 9, 1904, -7
Mahan, India see India Harlow
Mahan, India V., ch of W. & R.J., died Oct 6, 1884 ae 23y 8m 13d (ss Floyd) -19
Mahan, James M. sf W.N. & C., d Jan 6, 1863 ae 2 weeks, -9
Mahan, Lettie L. 1875 - 1958 (ss Wm H.): Lettie Leora Mahan, died Taylor County, resident 2yrs, died Nov 4, 1958, female, white, married, born Oct 10, 1875, housewife, born Indiana, father Elijah Mobley, mother Sarah Anderson, informant Lillian Carmichael - Taylor County Death Records: obituary also says she was born in Bartholomew County, Indiana, married Wm H. Mahan Sep 29, 1891, -9
Mahan, Lonna sf W.H. & L.L., d Jul 20, 1895 ae 1y 6m 4d, -9
Mahan, Marion, Jan 11, 1891 - Sep 1973 (ss Gertrude) -7
Mahan, Mary E. df W.N. & C., d Nov 1, 1897, ae 16y 2m 15d: Mary Eva Mahan, single, born Taylor County, died Ross twp Nov 1, 1897, 16y 2m 15d, burial Titus Cemetery - Taylor County Death Records, -9
Mahan, Rachel J., wife of Wm, died May 31, 1884 45y 6m 3d: Rachel Mahan, female, white, 45y 7m 3d, died May 31, 1884, born Clinton co, In, buried Lexington cem - Taylor County Death Records, -19
Mahan, Sarah see Sarah McCoun
Mahan, Thomas S. Dec 22, 1863 - Oct 13, 1933, Graceland; Nodaway County, Missouri death record - Thomas S. Mahan, born Jun 22, 1864 Taylor Co, Ia; died Oct 13, 1933 Hopkins; father Newt Mahan born Ind; mother Caroline Harris born Ind; wife Eva Mahan; informant Jennie Hanna of Hopkins, Mo
Mahan, William H. 1869 - 1961 (ss Lettie), -9
Mahan, William N., May 13, 1832 - Dec 31, 1901 (ss Caroline): #369 veteran's list, says died Dec 3, 1901, -9
 
Maharry, Bertha M., Oct 6, 1891 - Mar 15, 1989 (ss Frank) -16
Maharry, Cecil, Jul, 21, 1891 - Jan 16, 1992, West Fairview/Lenox (ss Mary) 
Maharry, Elizabeth M., wife of Cecil, Mar 14, 1885 - Dec 27, 1914, -18
Maharry, Elizabeth, 1857 - 1945, -16
Maharry, Frank Irwin, Sep 18, 1888 - Jul 22, 1965, East Fairview/Lenox (ss Bertha)
Maharry, Gerald Eugene, b. Sep 5, 1918 d. Jan 17, 2017, West Fairview Lenox
Maharry, Hazel Lucille Wall, b. Jul 8, 1921 d. Sep 8, 2016 West Fairview Lenox
Maharry, Infant son of Geo. & Bonnie, 1908, -16
Maharry, Isabella, died Mar 10, 1900 ae 75y 4m 27d mother, -16
Maharry, Jeremy Wade April 6, 1973, North Fairview/Lenox
Maharry, John E., -1890-, -16
Maharry, John Franklin, 1855 - 1929, -16
Maharry, Leland E., Apr 6, 1923 - Mar 16, 1998 Fairview/Lenox
Maharry, Mae, 1894 - 1902, -16
Maharry, Mary B., -1888-, -16
Maharry, Mary Pearle, 1892 - 1954 (ss Cecil) -18
Maharry, Nellie Bryant, Mar 28, 1895 - Sep 23, 1983, East Fairview/Lenox   
 
Maher, Lida J., 1847 - 1937, -16
Mahoney, Loyd, Nov 13, 1897 - May 1979 [Clearfield]
Mahoney, Maude, 1878 - 1968, -6
Maier, Wilbur, Oct 12, 1906 - Aug 1982 [New Market]
Mailliard, Alfred A., Aug 29, 1829 - Dec 10, 1912 (ss Mary & Myrtle) -25
Mailliard, Mary E., his wife, Apr 16, 1837 - Jun 17, 1900 (ss Alfred & Myrtle) -25
Mailliard, Myrtle H., their dau, Jul 1, 1878 - Sep 8, 1898 (ss Alfred & Mary) -25
Maine, G.W. (Rev), 1868 - 1924, -3
Maine, Maud T. dau of G.W. (Rev), died Jan 5, 1895 age 2y 10m 25d, -3
 
Mains, Dorothy Inas Safley, Oct 12, 1917 - Feb 16, 2007 (ss J. Weldon), Dallas Center Cem
Mains, Gail Ralph, Oct 17, 1940 - May 5, 1992, Dallas Center
Mains, J[acob] Weldon, Dec 8, 1910 - Aug 1, 1988 (ss Dorothy), our sons Jerry & James, Dallas Center
Mains, Leonard S., Aug 3, 1962 - Oct 2, 2002 North Fairview/Lenox
Mains, Mabel G. 1883 - 1955 (ss Ora): obit - Mabel G. Mains, daughter of Franklin and Matilda Ammons, was born Aug 20, 1883 at Newman Grove, Ia and died at the home of her son Wendell near Corning, July 26, 1955. She was married Jun 5, 1943 to Oro O. Mains. Her husband, Oro died near Prescott, Sep 29, 1943. She was preceded in death by a daughter Jun 27, 1930. Surviving are sons Wesley of Villisca, Wendell of Corning, Leonard of Prescott, and Weldon of Sharpsburg. Dallas Center
Mains, Ora O. , Jan 15, 1878 - Sep 29, 1943 (ss Mabel), Dallas Center
Mains, Viola 1916 - 1930: obit - Viola M. Mains, daughter of Ora Maines, was born in Page county, Iowa Oct 30 and died Jun 27 1930 at the age of 13 years, 7 months, and 27 days. She is survived by four brothers. -6
 
Majers, Abner W., Feb 6, 1837 - Oct 26, 1905, -7
Majors, Jane (Ms), died home of par in Bfd, Ia, organic heart dis. ND 09 Jun 1892 (2)
 
Majers, Rosanna, Aug 18, 1849 - Nov 21, 1934, -7
Majors, Lyle Vernon, Sep 9, 1917 - Feb 6, 2002 Fairview/Bedford
Majors, Wilma Elizabeth Nowels, Jun 28, 1919 - Sep 4, 1989 Fairview/Bedford
 
Malausky, Micah Matthew, Jan 11, 2007, Fairview/Lenox   
 
Malcom, Robert E., Feb 25, 1906 - Feb 20, 1999, Memory Cem, Page Co
Malcom, Verla E., Apr 1, 1908 - Dec 2, 1991 Memory Cem, Page co
Maley, Bertha , Sep 11, 1906 - May 24, 1992, Dallas Center Cem
Maley, Floyd Burl, Aug 8, 1900 - Nov 28, 1987, Dallas Center Cem
 
Maloney, C. Elizabeth, 1861 - 1933: WPA says Charlotte Elizabeth Maloney, died Jun 9, 1922 aged 72 yrs (is this confused with Kate Maloney?), -25
Maloney, Charles J, May 14, 1900 - Jan 26, 1987, East Fairview/Lenox  (ss Lois)
Maloney, Emma, 1875 - 1929, -25
Maloney, James W., 1857 - 1926: WPA says died Feb 22, 1926 age 76, -25
Maloney, John J., 1844 - 1915, -25
Maloney, John Jr, 1893 - 1894, -25
Maloney, Joseph Leo son of T.F. & L.C., died Dec 27, 1896 ae 8m 14d, -25
Maloney, Kate, 1850 - 1922, -25
Maloney, Mary J., Jun 10, 1896 -May 1985 dau, St Patrick
Maloney, Raymond, 1890 - 1941 son, -25
 
Maloy, Amy Dora Warden, Dec 17, 1874 - Dec 22, 1965 Fairview/Bedford
Maloy, Jean Thompson, Aug 24, 1900 - Mar 2, 1979 Bedford Cem
Maloy, John Thompson, M.D., May 14, 1871 - Sep 14, 1934, -7
Maloy, Wayland Hoyt, M.D., Dec 7, 1895 - Dec 26, 1957, -7
Malson, Raymond L. Mo Pvt 320 Inf 80 Div, Dec 5, 1934 Athelstan cem: Nodaway County, Missouri death record - Raymond Lewis Malson, born Dec 16, 1895 Gentry Co, Mo; died Feb 5, 1934 Independence Twp, Nodaway Co; father George Malson born unknown; mother -- Todd born unknown; informant Mrs Mattie Matlston; buried Athelstan Cem
Maltsberger, Frank, Aug 29, 1892 - Jan 30, 1985 (ss Rose), -6
Maltsberger, Paul Franklin, sf F. & Rose, 1915, ae 3m 29d, -6
Maltsberger, Rose B., Nov 1, 1893 - Mar 24, 1979 (ss Frank), -6
 
 
 
Maness, Omer E. 1911 - 1969 metal marker Athelstan cem
Maness, Zola May Irvin, Mar 6, 19-- - Sep 19, 1982 Athelstan
Manitz, Leonard M., Jun 8, 1932 - Oct 31, 1990 Bedford
Manker, Amelia, 1865 - 1929, -7
Manker, Bertice T., Nov 24, 1892 - Jul 21, 1893, -7
Manker, Dora E., Apr 23, 1860 - Sep 5, 1893, -7
Manker, Dr. George F., 1857 - 1924 Fairview/Bedford: Nodaway Co, Mo death record - George Findley Manker, born Ind Aug 18, 1858, died Jun 13, 1924 Maryville, Mo; father John J. Manker born Ohio; mother -- Wright born Ohio; wife Amelia Manker; dentist
Mankle, Cora A., 1872 - 1965: obit - Cora Armilda Mankle, was the daughter of Alexander Duncan, a Civil War veteran and Mary Dillen Duncan. Her parents were one of the first families to settle in the New Market area. Her husband preceded her in death. She was a member of the New Market Methodist Church. Surviving are one son, John, 2 grandchildren, Richard Mankle and Mrs Joleen Moore. -6
Mankle, Edwin L., Dec 8, 1888 - Jan 15, 1971 [New Market]
Mankle, Hattie, 1875 - 1898: WPA says 1875 - Aug 29, 1898, -6

Mankle, Jacob, 1840 - 1923: #410 on veteran's list - Civil War - died Mar 17, 1923: obit - Jacob Mankle, one of our old and highly respected citizens passed to the great beyond on Saturday afternoon at his home in New Market. He had been in failing health for a number of years and some three weeks ago he was taken with an attack of the flu and his weakened physical condition could not withstand its ravages. Jacob Mankle was a man in all the name implies. Clean in mind and body he followed closely the Golden Rule in his dealings with his fellowmen. His passing will be sincerely mourned by all who knew him. Funeral services were held at his late home Tuesday morning at eleven o'clock, conducted by Rev J. Owen Smith, and the remains were laid away in Dallas Center Cemetery. Jacob Mankle was born in Germany July 18, 1840, where he grew to manhood and came to America in 1859, and settled in Peoria co, Il. In 1862 he enlisted in Co E 77 Ill Inf volunteers and served until the close of the war, 14 months of that time being spent in a confederate prison at Tyler, Texas, as a prisoner of war. He was united in marriage to Mary J. Hemphill, Dec 26, 1866. To this union were born 5 children who all survive. In 1874, he came to Iowa, first settling in Essex, then on a farm 4 1/2 miles northeast of New Market then removing to New Market where he resided to the end of life. He confessed faith in Christ and united with the Methodist Church in whose communion he remained faithful to the end. For several years Brother Mankle was in failing health and 3 weeks ago he had an attack of inlfuenza which with other complications caused his decease March 17, 1923, at the age of 82 years, 7 months, and 29 days. He leaves to mourn their loss 4 sons and 1 daughter as follows: John D. and Florence J. Mankle of New Market, C.C. of Topeka,Ks, George of Chicago, Il, Edwin L. of New Market. He was a member of the Masonic order and Grand Army of the Republic:

birth record of Jacob Mankle in Dexbach, Germany reads - Geborene 1840, Im JahreChristi achtzehnhundertvierzig, den achtzehnten Juli, morgens zehn Uhr, wurde nach geschehener glaubhafter Anzeige dem Ortsburger und Muller Johannes Mankel zu Dexbach, von seiner Ehefrau, Marie Elise, geb. Schmidt, das sechste Kind, der vierte Knabe geboren, der den sechsundzwanzigsten Juli getauft wurde, wo er den Namen Jacob erhielt. Jakob Mankel, born 18 Jul 1840 to Johannes Mankel and Maria Elisabeth, geb. Schmidt. -6

Mankle, John D., 1866 - 1944: obit - John David Mankle, eldest son of Jacob and Mary Mankle, was born near Peoria, Ill, Oct 6, 1866. He died Mar 16, 1944 at St Joseph, Mo Hospital. He was married to Cora Armilda Duncan Dec 9, 1903. Suriving one son, John Mankle jr, granddaughter, Jolene, sister Josephine and brother Edwin all of New Market, brother Cassius of Lecompton, Kans. -6
Mankle, John Milford, Sep 4, 1904 - Jun 18, 1980, Dallas Center
Mankle, Josie, 1868 - 1947: obit - Florence Josephine Mankle, daughter of Jacob and Mary J. Mankle, was born Dec 26, 1868 in Peoria co, Ill and died Aug 31, 1947. -6
Mankle, Laura, Oct 13, 1898 - Aug 1979 [New Market]
Mankle, Leta I., Aug 29, 1907 - Oct 22, 1953, Dallas Center Cem
Mankle, Lila Lee df John & Leta, -Jan 29, 1930-, -6
Mankle, Mary J., 1847 - 1936: obit - Mary J. Hemphill, born Apr 30, 1874 near Robin's Nest in Peoria county, Ill and passed away Mar 17, 1936 at her home in New Market, Iowa. On Dec 26, 1865, she was united in marriage to Jacob Mankle and to them were born 5 children - John D., Josie, and Edwin L. of New Market; Cassius C. of Lecompton, Kans. and George of Chicago, Ill. They settled on the farm still in the famiy near New Market in 1874, moving to New Market in 1905. She was united with the Methodist Church at Dallas Center in 1874 under the preaching of Rev Brand. For several years she has been unable to go about but always remained interested in all activities about her. On Mar 17, 1923 her husband preceded her in death. -6
Manley, A.E., Mar 12, 1882 - Sep 16, 1916, -24
Manley, Anna M., 1883 - 1958 mother (ss Elza) -7
Manley, Annie, 1854 - 1933 (ss Jasper) -24
Manley, Belle 1873 - 1958 (ss Wilfred) -24
Manley, Blanche 1890 - 19--, (ss Grover) -24
Manley, Delaney sf J.A. & Annie, d Mar 7, 1886 1y 9m 13d: Delanie Manley, male, white, 1y 10m, died Mar 7, 1886, born and died Siam, Siam Cemetery - Taylor County Death Records, -24
Manley, Elizabeth wf J.J., d Feb 23, 1899 84y 1m 6d, -24
Manley, Elza J., 1881 - 1963 father (ss Anna) -7
Manley, Francis Jennings, Dec 16, 1914 - Jun 16, 1997, son, Fairview/Bedford Cem
Manley, Francis M., 1860 - 1939 (buried by Sarah) -24
Manley, Grover 1885 - 1940 (ss Blanche) -24
Manley, Jasper A., 1849 - 1927 (ss Annie) -24
Manley, Jonathan J., d Mar 12, 1902 age 81y 2m 16d, -24
Manley, Leta Mae Keith, May 19, 1921 - Apr 17, 1990 (ss Orville) Siam
Manley, Lulie A. df E.W. & M., d Sep 7, 1874 age 7m 21d, -24
Manley, Mary J. wf J.J., d Jan 23, 1879 age 55y 2m 1d: obit says: d Jan 22, 1879 age 56y 2m 1d, born Morgan co, Ind.  ISW 01 Feb 1879, -24
Manley, Oren D., Apr 29, 1898 - Apr 1987, -24
Manley, Orville L., Jul 8, 1915 - Dec 10, 1985, (ss Leta) Siam
Manley, Sarah S. 1860 - 1923 (buried by Francis) -24
Manley, W.L. Jr. 1906 - 1957 (ss Wilfred) -24
Manley, Wilfred L. 1876 - 1929 (ss Belle) -24
Mann, Bonnie Lucille Shad, Jan 19, 1922 - May 17, 1999 Forest Grove
Mann, Grace E., 1879 - 1947, -10
Mann, Howard, Mar 28, 1896 - Feb 28, 1897 son of Albert E. & Alice (ss Thomas) -16
Mann, Jehu, 1813 - 1887 (ss Susannah) -15
Mann, Michael, 1840 - 1900, -7
Mann, Rachel Johnson, Mar 15, 1843 - Jan 11, 1936 Gravity
Mann, Samantha, 1851 - 1933, -7
Mann, Susannah, 1820 - 1908 (ss Jehu) -15
Mann, Sylvester V., 1877 - 1949, -10
Mann, T.C., 1840 - 1915 Civil War: WPA says 1840 - Sep 27, 1915, Co C 36th Ohio Inf, -10
Mann, Thomas Geo. Mar 11, 1891 - Jun 12, 1911 son of Albert E. & Alice (ss Howard) -16
Mann, Tressie see Tressie Thomas
Manning, Mary L., female, 1d, died Apr 14, 1881, single, born Polk twp, died Polk twp, buried Buchanan cemetery - Taylor County Death Records, -24
 
Manroe, Alvin J., Jun 20, 1891 - Jun 14, 1918, Co F 351 Inf USA, -25
Manroe, Benjamin H., Iowa Pvt Co K 168 Inf 42 Div WWI, Nov 6, 1893 - Jan 29, 1969, -16
Manroe, Bessie see Bessie Hass
Manroe, Bonnie Belle dau of F. & E., 1921 - 1927, -16
Manroe, Bonnie P., May 22, 1925 - Dec 18, 2002 East Fairview/Lenox
Manroe, Charles L., son of A.D. & S.A., died Nov 26, 1888 18y 10m 17d, -16
Manroe, Clara B., 1887 - 1960, -25
Manroe, E.P., Aug 25, 1851 - Nov 13, 1917, -16
Manroe, Elfleda, Sep 25, 1896 - May 13, 1988, East Fairview/Lenox   
Manroe, Ellie, Mar 6, 1877 - Jan 12, 1912, -16
Manroe, Emma O., Nov 17, 1860 - Apr 17, 1933 (ss Frank) -16
Manroe, Estella, Apr 1, 1889 - Oct 16, 1961, St. Patrick's/Lenox   
Manroe, Frances J., 1858 - 1936, -25
Manroe, Frank L., Apr 4, 1854 - Jan 7, 1912 (ss Emma): WPA says died Jan 1, 1912, -16
Manroe, Fred, Oct 2, 1889 - Aug 7, 1969 father, -16
Manroe, George H., Iowa Cpl 18 Casual Det WWI, May 23, 1895 - Jun 18, 1956, -25
Manroe, Issie, 1871 - 1954 (ss Thomas) -16
Manroe, J.W., 1855 - 1927, -25
Manroe, John William, Mar 17, 1883 - Feb 1, 1963, East Fairview/Lenox   
Manroe, Lola Lucille, [metal marker, dates gone] born Dec 26, 1916 died May 12, 1922 -16
Manroe, Lula May, 1900 - 1941 (ss Roy) -16
Manroe, Mahala Jane, 1855 - 1934, -16
Manroe, Mary B., dau of F.L. & E.O., Dec 2, 1896 - May 11, 1902, -16
Manroe, Robert A., Jan 4, 1925 - Jul 22, 1993 [Lenox]
Manroe, Roy "Jie" May 21, 1886 - Oct 21, 1961 (ss Lula) East Fairview/Lenox
Manroe, Sarah Ann, 1832 - 1915, -16
Manroe, Thelma "Darlene" Moffett, Jun 28, 1926 - Apr 3, 2008 Lenox Cem
Manroe, Thomas, 1862 - 1960 (ss Issie) -16
Manroe, Weldon "Jie," Feb 19, 1920 - Feb 8, 1984 East Fairview/Lenox
Manroe, Willie son of E.P. & M.J., died Dec 25, 1887 ae 9y 3m 8d, -16
Mapel, Harley V., Nov 7, 1878 - Jan 2, 1951, -5
Mapel, Louie A., wife of Simon, died Apr 11, 1882 ae 22y 10m, -5
Mapes, Edwin R. d Sep 21, 1858 aged 22y 7m 29d (ss Lorenzo Gant) [note: this is the first husband and a child of Mary Almira Allen- Pat] -24