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Matilda E. Grimsley - Francis Mallory
Posted by: Barbara Lewellen (ID *****8607) Date: September 15, 2011 at 09:57:12
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While researching the Dykes family of Box Twp, Cedar, Missouri, I came across Matilda and her daughter Lucy in the 1920 census.

I have that her daughter Lucy Mallory was first married to John G. Dykes (1890-1913)in about the year 1909, and they had a son named Noland Dykes, born December 1909

1910 Box Twp, Cedar, Missouri
295/295, Page 159, 2-WD
John Dykes, 19-MO
Lucy Dykes, wife, 20-MO
Noland Dykes,son, 4 months-MO, b. ca. Dec 1909

After John Dykes died in 1913, Lucy secondly married William Cordell some time between 1913 and 1920. Mother Matilda is living with Lucy and William in 1920

1920 Box Twp, El Dorado Springs, Cedar, Missouri
306/316, Page 50, E-WD.
William Cordell, 41-KS
Lucy Cordell, 29-MO, IL, MO
Noland Dykes, step-son, 10-MO
Matilda Stewart, mother-in-law, 64, widow, MO, IL, VA

1930 September 29
Death Certificate Cedar County, Missouri, File No. 29371
Mattie E. Stewart
born: 9 December 1854, Jacksonville (Morgan), Illinois
died: September 29, 1930, El Dorado Springs, Cedar, Missouri
buried: October 2, 1930, El Dorado Springs Cemetery
Daughter of J. B. Gremsley (sic s/b Grimsley) and Ellen Taylor, both of Illinois
Informant: Mrs. Cordell

Thus, if this death certificate is correct, Matilda Ellen Grimsley could not have poisoned her son Fred William Mallory in 1933 since she was deceased.

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