Person:Elvira Reynolds (1)

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Elvira Jane Reynolds
m. 13 Mar 1862
  1. Elvira Jane Reynolds1859 - 1932
  2. Mary Susan Reynolds1862 - 1926
  3. Samuel E. Reynolds1864 - 1890
  4. Ida Mae Reynolds1866 - 1933
  5. Emma Reynolds1866 - 1934
  6. Louisa Reynolds1866 - 1948
  7. Jasper Reynolds1868 - 1868
  8. Sarah Ann Reynolds1870 - 1884
  9. William Reynolds1874 - 1901
  10. Hettie Reynolds1876 - 1912
m. 19 Aug 1876
  1. Norah Frances Maize1877 - 1945
  2. Bertha Ann Maize1879 - 1925
  3. Charles Edward Maize1881 - 1907
  4. Hettie Jane Maize1884 - 1900
  5. Minnie Myrtle Maize1886 - 1966
  6. John William Orval Maize1891 - 1984
  7. Mabel Edith Maize1896 - 1980
  8. Richard Lester Maize1899 - 1963
Facts and Events
Name Elvira Jane Reynolds
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][3] 2 Apr 1859 Schuyler County, Missouri(numerous official sources say she was born 1859, but also that her parents were married 1862)
Marriage 19 Aug 1876 Schuyler County, Missourito John Wesley Maize
Divorce aft 1900 Missouri(her death certificate calls her "divorced wife of John Maize"; last child born 1900)
from John Wesley Maize
Death[1][2] 28 Jan 1932 Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa(of acute dilation of heart)
Burial[1][2] Mitchell Cemetery, Putnam County, Missouri
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Find A Grave.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Iowa, United States. Death Certificates
    No. 057-20 45.
  3. Schuyler, Missouri, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    p. 308B, dwelling/family 237/236.
  4.   Cedar Rapids (Iowa) City Directory
    p. 202, 1932.

    Maize, Elvira J (wid John) r1915 Higley av se
    Maize, R Lester (Helen) com trav r1915 Higley av se

  5.   Lancaster (MO) Excelsior
    11 Feb 1932.

    Mrs. Elvira J. Maize was born in Schuyler county on April 2, 1859, and departed this life on January 28th, 1932, at the home of her son, R. L. Maize, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She had made her home with them for the past nine months. She was married on August 13, 1877, to J. W. Maize, Rev. Posy Veach officiating. She was the mother of eight children, five of whom are living. A daughter, Mrs. E. M. Howlett, died on June 30, 1924; Charley died in March, 1907, and Hettie Jane died in May, 1902. The living are: Mrs. Nora Fugate, Hastings, Nebr., Mrs. Charles Burgess, Maywood, Ill., kJ. Orval, Des Moines, Iowa, Mrs. Ray Kelsey, Des Moines, Iowa, and R. L. Maize of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Funeral services were conducted at 2 o'clock Sunday aftgernoon at the Baptist church by Rev. A. B. Baker. Interment was in the Concord cemetery beside her daughter, Hettie, as was her request.