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Ida May Gillespie (1882 - 1932)

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Ida May Gillespie
Born in Pinedale, Navajo, Arizona, United Statesmap
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[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United Statesmap
Profile last modified 16 Jan 2018
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1882 Nov 22:
Birth of Ida May Gillespie in Pinedale, Navajo, Arizona. She was the daughter of Alpheus Gillespie and Georgianna Gardner. Alpheus Gillespie was a polygamist, having more than one wife at a time. Therefore some of his children's birth dates overlap each other.

1884 Mar 12:
Birth of brother, Charles Frederick Gillespie in Payson, Gila, Arizona. He was the son of Alpheus Gillespie and Georgianna Gardner.

1884 Mar 12:
Death of mother, Georgianna Gardner Gillespie in Payson, Gila, Arizona. She was 28 years old. She died while giving childbirth. She was born September 8, 1855 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Territory.

1884 Mar 16:
Burial of mother, Georgianna Gardner Gillespie in the Gisela Cemetery in Gisela, Gila, Arizona.

1886 Dec 23:
Marriage of father, Alpheus Gillespie to Rosalia Smith in Saint George, Washington, Utah Territory.



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