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Ida May (Day) Whitlock (1861 - 1892)

Ida May Whitlock formerly Day
Born in Wright County, Minnesotamap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married 25 Dec 1879 in Wright County, Minnesotamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Motley, Morrison County, Minnesotamap
Profile last modified | Created 14 Jan 2016
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Biography

Ida was born on 31 August 1861[1] in Wright County, Minnesota, the daughter of Westel Day and Elvira Conger[2]

She married Henry Luther Whitlock on 25 December 1879 in Wright County, Minnesota.[3]

Ida (Day) Whitlock died 1892 in Motley, Morrison County, Minnesota.[4]

Sources

  1. Nina Cutting Ridley, Westel & Elvira Day's granddaughter-in-law, compiled a list of their children including their middle names and birth dates. She probably obtained the information from her mother-in-law, Mary Day Ridley. Ida May Day's birth date was included.
  2. Probate record, Wright County Clerk of Court, Minnesota: Westel W. Day died intestate. His widow Elvira H. Day and his children, Newton W. Day, Franklin W. Day, Mary E. Ridley, (formerly Mary E. Day), Edwin C. Day, Frederick E. Day, Ida M. Whitlock, (formerly Ida M. Day), Jennie A. Dally, (formerly Jennie A. Day), and Lillie D. Dally (formerly Lillie D. Day) were "the only heirs at law and next of kin of the said deceased."
  3. Wright County, MN, Marriage Register C:321
  4. Her death was not recorded but the year of her death was recorded in her husband's obituary.


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My grandfather, John Ragnar Ekstrom, told me that my great-grandmother, Ida May (Day) Whitlock died of tuberculosis. He would not have known her but he was married to Ida's daughter, Iva Mae Whitlock. He also would have known James Luther Whitlock, Ida's widower.

After Ida's death, her four children went to live with their aunts, her husband's sisters.

She may have been buried in the Motley, Minnesota, Cemetery but her grave is unmarked.

posted 29 Mar 2021 by Lorraine (Hall) Keith   [thank Lorraine]
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