- H. Jack Reed1894 - 1972
- W. Alma C Becker1897 - 1967
m. 13 NOV 1920
Facts and Events
||Alma C Becker
||13 OCT 1897
||Chicago, Cook, Illinois
||5045 Justine, Chicago, Cook, Illinois
||5043 S. Justine St., Chicago, Cook, Illinois
||13 NOV 1920
||to Jack Reed
||14 NOV 1967
||Chicago, Cook, Illinois
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ALMA C BECKER was born on 13 Oct 1897 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. She appeared on the census of 1900 at 5045 Justine, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. She appeared on the census of 1910 at 5043 S. Justine St., Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. She married JACK REED on 13 Nov 1920 at the age of 23. She died on 14 Nov 1967 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, at age 70.
Nephew William "Bill" Black provides some anecdotes in an interview.S6
- Aunt Becky (Alma) lived in Oregon and Bill would spend the summers from age 13-15 with her and Uncle Jack (Reed). Jack Reed was a real character. They lived on a hill and Jack would sit there, playing the organ and their Doberman Pinscher who would howl along with him. The two together were quite a sight. Jack's aunt was Belle Starr (a famous outlaw). His brothers had a big ranch in Wyoming. His other brother had a big ranch in California that Bill got to go to. City slicker Bill learned a lot on the ranch. He learned how to ride a horse, how to rope a calf, how to cut & bale hay, and how to slop hogs and feed chickens. Uncle Jack was very big on manners. When Bill came back from a summer with them his mother was amazed at his behavior. In the 3 summers Bill spent out there with them Aunt Becky taught him how to drive a 1935 Chevy Pickup with a stick shift on the floor.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Cheryl Ahner Ashenfelter. Ahner Family Tree. (Family Tree, ca 1997), Secondary quality.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Cheryl Ahner. Charles Cunningham Black Family History: Transcribed by Cheryl Ahner. (E-Mail, Fri Oct 4, 2002), Primary quality.
- ↑ 1900 US Federal Population Census: Chicago Ward 30, Cook County, Illinois, Primary quality.
- ↑ 1910 US Federal Population Census: 29-Wd Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, Primary quality.
- William (Bill) Black. William (Bill) Black Interview. (Interviews, 1998-2002), Secondary quality.
- Alma Becker in "Black and Feaster Lineages" at Ancestry.com