Person:Esther Byerly (1)

Esther Irene Byerly
m. 2 Oct 1912
  1. John Fredrick Byerly1915 - 1994
  2. Mary Ruth Byerly1917 - 2004
  3. Esther Irene Byerly1919 - 1990
  4. Naomi Nell Byerly1921 - 1921
  5. Lida Elizabeth Byerly1926 - 2004
  6. Infant Byerly1928 - 1928
  7. Benjamin Franklin Byerly1929 - 1990
m. 8 Sep 1937
  • HLloyd Marvin1905 - 1995
  • WEsther Irene Byerly1919 - 1990
m. 15 Aug 1982
Facts and Events
Name Esther Irene Byerly
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 28 Apr 1919 Elk City, Beckham, Oklahoma, USA
Census[4] 1920 Merritt Twp, Beckham, Oklahoma
Census[5] 1930 Elk Twp., Oklahoma, Oklahoma, USA
Residence? 1934 , Otero, Colorado, USA
Graduation? 1937 Fowler, Otero, Colorado, USAFowler High School
Marriage 8 Sep 1937 La Junta, Otero, Colorado, USAto Carl Clifford Markham
Other 8 Sep 1937 Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, USAAlt. Marriage
with Carl Clifford Markham
Residence[6] Jan 1957 Fowler, Otero, Colorado, USA
Residence[7] 1967 Fowler, Otero, Colorado, USA
Marriage 15 Aug 1982 Fowler, Otero, Colorado, USAto Lloyd Marvin
Death[12] 29 Jun 1990 Fowler, Otero, Colorado, USA
Burial[3] Fowler Cemetery, Fowler, Otero, Colorado, USA

In the San Louis Valley Courier listing of Lida's marriage, it lists her as the Matron of Honor, and says she, Carl and children were living in Fowler, Colorado (in 1957).

  1. John F. Byerly. The Byerly Family of the Valley of Virginia. (The Dietz Press - 1994)
    p. 129.
  2. US Government. US Census 1920 - Elk City, Beckham, Oklahoma (FHL number 1821451)
    E. Date 6 & 7 Jan 1920, Dist: 7, ED: 11, Sheet 2.
  3. tombstone picture
  4. 1920 Merritt twp, Beckham, Oklahoma
    1920 census, Merrit Twp, Beckham, OK p. 2251 sheet 2A, 31 Jul 2003.
  5. 1930 census, Elk Twp, Beckham, OK p. 3301 sheet 13b
    1930 census, Elk Twp, Beckham, OK p. 3301 sheet 13b, 30 Jul 2003.
  6. San Louis Valley Courier
    San Louis Valley Courier, Alamosa, Colorado, Jan 1957.
  7. SS Byerly's obit & funeral card
    SS Byerly obit & funeral card.
  8.   GEDCOM file imported on 4 Oct 2002. merge of jim chapman & jody gloor.
  9.   The San Louis Valley Courier. The San Louis Valley Courier clipping. (Alamosa Colorado, 16 Jan 1857)
    16 Jan 1957.
  10.   GEDCOM file imported on 15 Sep 2002. Jim Chapman.
  11.   San Louis Valley Courier
    San Louis Valley Courier, Alamosa, Colorado, Jan 1957.
  12. Fowler Tribune Thursday July 5, 1990

    Esther Irene Markham Marvin

    Funeral services for Esther Markham Marvin, were held Tuesday morning at First Baptist Church, in Fowler. Mrs. Marvin died Friday, June 29, 1990, at her home at 201 4th Street, Fowler, after a long illness. She was 71.

    Conducting the funeral were the Reverends Roger Strunk, R. Gideon Dexter and James Berg. “How Great” and “Thou Art” and “The Old Rugged Cross” were sung by Jacque Fosdick. Grace Coltrin was organist.

    Burial of ashes will be at a later date at Fowler Cemetery.

    Esther Irene was born April 28, 1919, at Elk City, OK. Her parents were Samuel S. and Hazel O. Rohrer Byerly. She had been a resident of Fowler since 1934 and was a Fowler High School graduate in 1937.

    On Sept. 8, 1937, in Pueblo, she married Carl Markham. He preceded her in death in 1978. She married Lloyd Marvin in Fowler on Aug. 15, 1982.

    Mrs. Marvin was a member of First Baptist Church and Fowler Progress Club.

    Surviving are her husband, Lloyd Marvin, Fowler; three sons and daughters-in-law, ; one daughter, ; three brothers, John Byerly, Canon City; , and Ben Byerly, Greeley; four sisters, Mary Ruth Enos, Denver Lida Chapman, Salt Lake City, UT; . She is also survived by six grandchildren.

    Her family prefers memorials be made to the First Baptist Church in Fowler.