Person:Ida Baird (3)

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Ida May Baird
b.12 Aug 1869 Wapello County, Iowa
m. bef 1869
  1. Ida May Baird1869 - 1924
  2. Byron S. Bairdabt 1870 -
m. 1 Sep 1885
  1. Arthur David Smith1886 - 1952
  2. Edward Armstrong Smith1890 - 1941
Facts and Events
Name Ida May Baird
Gender Female
Birth[1] 12 Aug 1869 Wapello County, Iowa
Marriage 1 Sep 1885 Albia, Monroe County, Iowato Wilbur David Smith
Death[1] 26 May 1924 Albia, Monroe, Iowa, United States(of epilepsy)
Burial? Oakview Cem, Albia, Monroe County, Iowa

Monroe County, Iowa, 1905 state census:S2

Smith, Ida M. 33 yrs b. Iowa (father, b. Colorado; mother, b. Iowa) Housewife

[An apparent double-listing]

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Iowa Death Certificate no. 68-673..
  2.   Monroe, Iowa, United States. 1905 Iowa State Census, Albia, Ward 1?, card #51.
  3.   Hindman, Sarah; Iowa) Monroe County Genealogical Society (Albia; Iowa) Albia republican (Albia; and Iowa) Iowa Genealogical Society (Des Moines. Monroe County, Iowa, Albia Republican newspaper, abstractions and index: 1900-1922. (Des Moines, Iowa, United States: Iowa Genealogical Society, 1987-1993), 2 June 1924.

    Obituary:
        Ida May Bair[sic] was born in Wapello County, August 11, 1869, died at her home on North Eighth Street, Albia Iowa, Monday morning at 2 o'clock, May 16, 1924.
        She was married to Wilbur D. Smith, September 1st, 1884. Two children were born, Arthur D., of San Diego, California, and A. E. of Kenosha, Wisconsin, who survive.
        One brother, Byron Bair of Dumas, Missouri, and one half-brother, John A. Johns of Chicago and one sister, Mrs. M. E. Silvers of Stockton, Kansas.
        One granddaughter, Irene Smith, and one grandson, Myers Smith, survive.
        For some time she has been in failing health and her death was not unexpected, even though it came as a shock to many who had known that she was in a serious condition.
        She has a membership in the Royal Neighbors of America and Ladies of the G.A.R.