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Shortly after the move to Iowa May got married to a Benton County boy, Frank Moody, in about 1903 when she was only seventeen. The Moodys lived for a time in Cedar Rapids where they had two sons, Robert and Wesley. Around 1910 they move to Sioux City, South Dakota. By 1912 they were back in Cedar Rapids where Frank died of a a biliary disorder in May of 1912. Sadly, May Moody only outlived her husband by about a year and a half.
Shortly after the move to Iowa May got married to a Benton County boy, Frank Moody, in about 1903 when she was only seventeen. The Moodys lived for a time in Cedar Rapids where they had two sons, Robert and Wesley. Around 1910 they move to Sioux City, South Dakota. By 1912 they were back in Cedar Rapids where Frank died of a a biliary disorder in May of 1912. Sadly, May Moody only outlived her husband by about a year and a half.
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Both May and her brother Bob Plowman left our family with many unanswered questions about their lives. In the case of May, the circumstances of her death in 1913 at the age of 27 were unknown to the family until I began to research them. [[Space:The_Death_of_May_Plowman_Moody|Read about the mystery surrounding May Moody's death]].
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Both May and her brother Bob Plowman left our family with many unanswered questions about their lives. In the case of May, the circumstances of her death in 1913 at the age of 27 were unknown to the family until I began to research them.
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Read about the mystery surrounding May Moody's death: http://capturedandexposed.com/2020/02/07/family-secrets/
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