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SQ pg 3264: She married a man named Lewman and they had two child ren,
Arlene and William.


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SQ pg 3264: He married Betty --- and they had two children, Brend a and
Pamela.


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SQ 3264: He married Barbara --- and they had at least one child, R oy Jr.


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Missouri Phillips and her husband, John Sparks were second cousins.


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Dora, Delbert, their daughter Sarah and her husband Delbert, are all buried in the Linwood Cemetery, in Boone, Iowa.


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SQ pg 2618: On April 5, 1927, she was married to Perry M. Moore a t Joliet, Illinois. They have one child: Carol Ann Moore.


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SQ pg 2616: He married Ann W. Pauge on april 16, 1932. They liv e in Mt. Olive, Illinois. They had no children.


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SQ pg 2517: He married Gladys Lafferty in 1925 and they had one c hild, Robert Pierce.


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SQ p. 2617:

"Edgar C. Pierce was born on October 21, 1893, at Colfax, Iowa. He served in England during World War I. On October 15, 1925, he married Mabel Evelyn Reynolds at Abingdon, Illinois. He died on September 1, 1954, at Colorado Springs, Colorado. Mabel died on May 5, 1982. They had no children."


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SQ pg 2616:

"Edgar Charles ("Ed") Pierce, son of David and Sarah (Sparks) Pierce, was born on February 22,
1854, in Knoxville, Illinois. He was a talented musician and also a capable photographer. He played the
clarinet and violin as well as other instruments. He taught his brother, Harry, a great deal about music
and photography. In his later years, he became a druggist. He was a member of the Pickett Masonic
Lodge in Bushnell. He married Ada Crowl on March 28, 1888. She was born in 1865 and was a
daughter of George and Jennie (Welch) Crowl. Ed died on September l, 1913, and was buried in the
Bushnell Cemetery. Ada died on June 5, 1949, and was buried at Mt. Olive, Illinois. They were the
parents of one child."


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SQ p2616-17:

"Harry Clyde Pierce, son of David and Sarah (Sparks) Pierce, was born on November 23, 1862, in Bushnell, Illinois. He was an excellent musician and learned much about music and photography from his brother, Ed. He was a band director in many towns throughout the Midwest, spending most of his life as a musician. He played the clarinet. He, like his brother, was also a capable photographer, and, according to a descendant, he met his wife when she came to him to have her picture made. In later years, he became an interior decorator.

"Harry Pierce married Emma Caroline Spurgeon on November 3, 1888, at Palmyra, Missouri. She was
born on February 2, 1868, at Butler, Missouri, and was a daughter of Jeremiah and Julia Catherine
(Houston) Spurgeon. Harry died at Canton, Illinois, on October 17, 1828, and was buried in the Bushnell
Cemetery. Emma died on August 27, 1943, at Bloomington, Illinois, and was buried at El Paso, Illinois.
She and Harry had nine children.