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Re: AARHUS
Posted by: Constance Peck (ID *****8980) Date: October 30, 2007 at 06:20:06
In Reply to: AARHUS by Lois Hornbuckle of 56

In looking at other pages on the 1910 census to see what form the census taker used to designate widow/widower...he used WD..I enlarged the actual image on Elvira and it is clearly a 'D' so it appears she might have been divorced..and it had been transcribed as divorced...

I did notice that a "One World Tree" has her married to Gustav AARHUS... and later to Paul Quinn but they are known to be wrong a lot of the time.

SD marriage
Name: Elmira Compton
Age: 21
Gender: Female
Spouse: Gustav C Aarhus
Marriage Date: 15 Oct 1907
Marriage County: Gregory
County of Residence: Boyd
Post Office: Oper

I was not able to locate Quinn, Elvira or Maynard after the 1910 census although I was able to locate her parents.

I did see some 'tree' info that an Annie Quinn married a John Stivers Knight, the son of John Stivers Knight SR...might she be a relative of Paul Quinn?

you probably know all this already...


I am not related...

Regards,


Connie






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