Person:Ida Reece (3)

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Ida May Reece
m. 8 Feb 1849
  1. George Granvillle Reece1850 - Bef 1870
  2. Ann Jane Reece1852 - 1889
  3. William Alford Reece1854 - 1855
  4. Nancy Olive Reece1856 - 1925
  5. Julia L. S. Reece1858 - 1897
  6. Matilda Elizabeth Reece1859 - 1940
  7. Martha Ellen Reece1860 - 1941
  8. Ferdinand Beldon Reece1862 - 1942
  9. Ida May Reece1864 - 1916
m. 27 Jan 1884
  1. Milford Franklin Grindstaff1885 - 1939
  2. Leah Ella Grindstaff1891 - 1979
  3. Alma M. Grindstaff1895 -
Facts and Events
Name Ida May Reece
Gender Female
Birth[3][4][6] 17 Apr 1864 Johnson, Indiana, United States
Census[1] 1870 Putnam, Missouri, United States
Census[2] 1880 Putnam, Missouri, United States
Marriage 27 Jan 1884 St. John, Putnam, Missouri, United Statesto James Franklin Grindstaff
Census[7] 1895 Marion, Kansas, United States
Census[4] 1900 Marion, Kansas, United States
Census[5] 1910 Meade, Kansas, United States
Other[9] 1912 Meade, Kansas, United Statesbirth and death of  Speculative child?: Gilbert Grinstaff (1)  
Death[6][8] 29 Jan 1916 Plains, Meade, Kansas, United States
Burial[6][8] 31 Jan 1916 Plains, Meade, Kansas, United StatesPlains Cemetery
Obituary[8] 4 Feb 1916 Plains, Meade, Kansas, United States
References
  1. Sherman Township, Putnam County; FHL #0552300, in Putnam, Missouri, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 98, Family 98, Primary quality.

    Reese, Wm., age 50, farmer, value of real estate [blank], value of personal estate - $300, born IN, eligible to vote
    , Elizabeth, age 45, keeps house, born IN
    , Angeline, age 15, b. IN
    , Nancy, age 14, b. IN, attends school
    , Julia L., age 12, b. IN, attends school, cannot write
    , Matilda, age 11, b. IN, at school, cannot write
    , Martha, age 9, born IN, attends school
    , Ferd B., age 8, born IN, at school
    , Ida M., age 6, born IN

  2. York Township; FHL #1254711, in Putnam, Missouri, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 149, Family 152, Primary quality.

    Scott, David G., 28, farmer, b. PA, both parents b. DE
    , Ann J., 27, wife, keeping house, b. IN, both parents b. IN
    , Burton W., 4, son, b. MO
    , Alvanza M., 3, son, b. MO
    , Charley E., 1, son, b. MO
    Reece, Julia L. I., 22, sister-in-law, b. IN, both parents b. IN
    , Ida M., 15, sister-in-law, attending school, born IL [sic], both parents b. IN

  3. Reece Family History, From Alice Fay Scott, Oct. 1984, Secondary quality.

    Ida May, born April 17, 1864

  4. 4.0 4.1 Grant, Marion, Kansas, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), HH 122, Fam 124, Primary quality.

    Grinstaff, James F., head, white male, b. Feb 1861, age 39, married 16 years, b. Missouri, both parents b. Indiana, farmer, able to read, write, speak English, rents farm
    , Ida M., wife, white female, b. April 1864, married 16 years, able to read, write, speak English
    , Milford F., son, white male, b. April 1885, 15, single, b. Missouri, at school, able to read, write, speak English
    , Leigh E., daughter, white female, b. June 1891, 8, single, b. Kansas, at school, able to read write, speak English
    , Alma M., dau, hite female, b. Dec 1895, 4, single, b. Kansas

  5. Cimmaron, Meade, Kansas, in United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T623), HH 139, Fam 139, Primary quality.

    Grindstaff, James F., head, white male, 49, married once for 26 years, b. Missouri, both parents b. Indiana, speaks English, farmer, general farm, employer, able to read and write, owns farm free of mortgage
    , Ida M., wife, white female, 47, married once for 26, five children, 3 living, b. Indiana, both parents b. Indiana, speaks English, able to read and write
    , Leigh, dau, white female, 18, single, b. Kansas, speaks English, able to read and write, attends school
    , Alma M., dau, white female, 14, single, b. Kansas, speaks English, able to read and write, attends school

  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Ida M. Grinstaff, in Find A Grave, Secondary quality.

    Ida M. Grinstaff
    Birth: Apr. 17, 1864, Johnson County, Indiana, USA
    Death: Jan. 29, 1916, Plains, Meade County, Kansas, USA
    Burial: Plains Cemetery, Plains, Meade County, Kansas, USA

    She married James F. Grinstaff on January 27, 1884. They had six children, only three surviving infancy: Milford Grinstaff, of Beloit, KS, Mrs. Leah Ard, of Haswell, CO, and Alma Grinstaff, of Plains, KS. (Source: The Plains Journal, February 4, 1916, page 1)
    Died of cancer

    Note: W/O James F.Grinstaff [on shared gravestone in photo]

  7. 1895, Clear Creek, Marion, in Kansas, United States. State Census Collection, 1855-1925, HH 149, Fam 149, Primary quality.

    Grindstaff, J. F., 34, b. MO, came to Kansas from Missouri, farmer
    , Ida, 31, b. IN
    , Milford, 10, b. MO
    , Lea, 4, b. KS

  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Ida May (Reece) Grindstaff Death, in LaVon Ard family tree, Ancestry.com, (no source citation given), accessed 17 Jul 2014.

    Departed.
    Mrs. J. F. Grinstaff died at her home last Saturday, January 29th, and was buried in Plains cemetery last Monday. She had been a long and patient sufferer from cancer. Funeral services were conducted by Fred Johnson of Fowler. The Journal joins the entire community in extending sympathy to those who are left to mourn the loss of a wife and mother.

    Ida May Reece was born in Johnson County, Indiana, April 17, 1864 and died January 29, 1916, at the age of 51 years, 9 months and 12 days. When three years old, she moved with her parents to Putman [sic] County, Mo., where she grew to womanhood. She was married to J. F. Grinstaff January 27, 1884. To this union were born six children, three of whom died in infancy. The three children who survived her are Milford Grinstaff of Beloit, Kansas, Leah Ard of Haswell, Colorado, and Alma Grinstaff of Plains.

    Mr.s and Mrs. Grinstaff moved from Missouri to Marion County, Kansas, in 1886; living there 21 years. Nine years ago they moved to Meade County.

    Mrs. Grinstaff was converted 30 years ago and has lived a consistent christian life ever since. She was a kind and loving mother and an ever faithful friend. Her daily life was an inspiration to all who knew her.

  9. Jim and Ida Grindstaff are said to have six children, only three of whom survived to adulthood. Gilbert, buried in the same cemetery as Jim and Ida, is probably one of the three who did not survive.