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Delma D. Felts (Callahan) (Stoner) b. abt 1910
Posted by: Freda Hart-Riley (ID *****1338) Date: February 06, 2009 at 12:26:39
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I am desparately seeking leads on Del Stoner who had a Joshua Tree address in the 1970's. I am hoping to find any kind of record of her there [or elsewhere].

I don't have a lot of information about her yet, but what I have is:
Delma D. Felts b abt 1910 in Oklahoma, dau of Benjamin S. (& Annie T. or Ida J.?) Felts [siblings - James O. Felts, Nora Lee Felts (Warren), Elmer Wiley Felts, Earl J. Felts, Idall Felts and step-sister, Martha K. Trout]

In 1936 and 1938 she registered to vote in Long Beach City Precinct 82 Los Angeles Co., California address listed "1114 Junipero Av....Sewing D"

On 22 July 1936 in Los Angeles Co., she gave birth to twin boys: Timothy Gene & Thomas Dean Callahan [my late husband]. I believe that Timothy Gene died as a baby. Is there any information to confirm/refute this?

They had sisters Gayle & Betty, as well, though I don't know ages. I think Gayle Callahan (Christner) was older and was living in/near Bakersfield in the 70's and Betty Callahan (m. Barry Smith) was younger and lived in Bend, Oregon in the 70's.

The death certicate for my late husband, Thomas Dean Callahan listed as the mother - Del Felts b in Oklahoma and the father - Virgil Callahan, also, b. Oklahoma.

Also, when I corresponded with her in the mid 1970's, Del Stoner had a Joshua Tree mailing address. She was sometimes called "Mimi" though I think this might have been invented by a grandchild who had trouble saying Grandma.

Any information at all would be helpful, perhaps an obituary? Any information on the twin's birth certicates?

Thank you for your help!
God bless,
Freda Hart-Riley


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