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Lola May Shannon Knox descendants, Jason D. Dyer descendants
Posted by: Pat Shannon (ID *****5727) Date: March 26, 2008 at 11:30:41
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I'm searching for information on Lola May Shannon, born 23 Jan 1892 in Round Rock, Williamson, Texas, and died 14 Feb 1974 reportedly in San Bernardino County California. Lola was married about 1935 to Clarence Clement Knox who was born 3 Oct 1900 in Lebo, Coffey, Kansas and died 2 Mar 1966 in San Bernardino, California. The last known address was Yucca Valley, but for some reason I have information stating that one or both were buried in Whittier, California. I don't know if they had children from this marriage. Clarence had another marriage and it's possible that Lola did also. I'm very interested in corresponding with descendants of this couple, even if the children were from different marriages.

I'm also looking to find information on Jason D. Dyer (or his descendants), born 9 apr 1879 in Lebanon, Laclede, Missouri. He died 15 Oct 1966 in San Bernardino County. Jason was married to Dollie Bamburg, who was born in Kansas. They married 4 Sep 1910 in Beckham, Oklahoma, probably in the town of Carter. Their known children are a daughter Jessie, and a son Lawson "Lossie". I have no information on where or when Dollie died, but Jason moved to San Bernardino to live either near, or with his son Lossie. Jason had had previous residences in Wise County Texas, Beckham County Oklahoma, and Lamb County Texas. Again any information on this family or The family of Lola and Clarence Knox would be greatly appreciated. If there are any cousins out there, please contact me. This is for genealogical research. Thanks!


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