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Lloyd Arthur Moyers

Lloyd Arthur Moyers

Male 1924 - 2012

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  • Name  Lloyd Arthur Moyers  [1, 2
    Born  16 Oct 1924  Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4, 5, 6
    Gender  Male 
    Iowa State Census  1925  [7
    • Lloyd A. Moyers, son, male, white, age 1, single, father's birthplace: Iowa, mother's birthplace: Iowa, place of marriage of parents: Iowa, church affiliation: Protestant
    Census  1930  Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    • Lloyd A. Moyers, son, male, white, age 5, single, attended school since September 1929, born in Iowa, father's birthplace Iowa, mother's birthplace Iowa, state code: 65, occupation none
    Newspaper Article  7 Nov 1953  Ames, Story County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    the Ames Daily Tribune 
    • 7 More State Swine Herds Accredited

      Seven Iowa purebred swine herds were added to the state's list of accredited brucellosis - controlled herds during September and October, Extension Veterinarian Maynard Spear announced here today.

      Herds accredited during Septenv ber and October were: Kenneth Wendt, Buckingham, Chester White; Phillip Johnson and Son, Castana, Hampshire; Otto Harlan, Algona, Duroc; Gene Neagle, Clear Lake, Duroc; Lloyd Moyers, Salem, Duroc; Edwin Hagedorn, Toledo, Poland China; Helgens Brothers, Monticello, Poland China, and Edward Blin, Marion, Spotted Poand China. [...] (Note: this was also reported in the Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette on November 9, 1953.)
    Residence  22 Feb 1970  West Point, Lee County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Newspaper Article  26 Apr 1981  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    The Hawk Eye 
    • Amway presents awards

      Personal sales award plaques were announced by Amway products distributors in the West Point area. Gilbert and Dorothy Mann, Houghton, were cited by Buzz and Kay Hell and Richard and Bess Stevenson, 314 Leffler, West Burlington, were recognized by Lloyd Moyers for their sales records.
    Amway Presents Awards
    Amway Presents Awards
    A report that Lloyd Arthur Moyers presented awards to several southeast Iowans from Amway, indicating that he was a distributor of their products.
    Hobbies  1982 
    • Lloyd was noted as an excellent bowler in Burlington, Iowa, in the 1980s. He was on an all-star bowling team as picked by the Hawk Eye in 1982
    Newspaper Article  9 Jul 2000  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    The Hawk Eye 
    • Former IAAP workers have many tales to tell
      By Mike Augspurger, The Hawk Eye

      Karl Baker never smoked, but he has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and emphysema.

      He and others have suffered health problems they believe could have been caused by working at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant.

      Baker, who lives in Yarmouth, worked at IAAP from 1968 to 1970 on lines 2, 3 and 5A.

      "What we worked with and around, I don't know, except for one element which was TNT. We were not given masks or protective clothing to wear," he said.

      When workers went to their cars after work, their vehicles would be covered with a fine powder-like substance, which wasn't dust, something different, he said.

      "Everyone said, 'Oh, that's just from the burning fields,' " he said.

      The burning fields were where officials disposed of heavy metals and all hazardous materials left over from production in the plant lines.

      After Baker quit the plant, his lung problems continued to worsen.

      "I ended up having to have my left lower lung removed. I have been plagued with endless bouts of lung infections," he said.

      Baker has seen many doctors, but none of them can understand why he has the lung problems since he didn't smoke.

      "I've needed oxygen at different times and have had to be on very expensive antibiotics many, many times. This problem has tainted my life for over 30 years.

      "I guess I'm just lucky to be alive."

      Since investigations into possible health-related issues with former workers at IAAP began last fall, several readers like Baker have written to The Hawk Eye about their experience or those of their relatives.

      Here's what others have said:

      Amy Wolfe said her father worked at the plant for 28 years. He died in February 1999 from several chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and emphysema.

      "His lungs were really bad though," she wrote. "He had 50 percent of his good lung left and only 10 percent of his other lung left when he passed away."

      Fran Fairchild wrote to say as a widow of a long-time employee at the plant, it has been rough reading the IAAP stories.

      "At this point, I see the need for more pressure to keep this cleanup effort going and not let the powers that be whitewash it and get on with something new.

      "My interest here is to make sure that people who are still living receive health coverage and support. Living with cancer is very difficult and my heart breaks as I read those stories of the families going through what we went through only to lose the battle."

      Her husband's health reached the critical stage and he died one week after his 62nd birthday -- his projected retirement date.

      Mary Carter-Plummer, who lives in Mount Vernon, Illinois, said her father, Thomas Needham, was employed at IAAP by the Atomic Energy Commission. The AEC operated Line 1.

      He died of complications from lung cancer in November.

      "I truly hope and pray those who are responsible for these tragedies are held accountable for their actions," she said.

      Lloyd Moyers of Wever spent 12 years at the plant working around mortar shells, warheads, land mines and hand grenades.

      He also drove a forklift and worked at a warehouse, where he helped store boxes painted with formaldehyde so they would not mold.

      "The smell was terrible," he said.

      He has headaches all the time and doctors cannot explain it, he wrote. He also has high blood pressure, has a shortness of breath and his legs and feet swell a lot.

      He said he has had several small heart attacks, has arthritis in his whole body and has had several surgeries.

      "I cannot work anymore due to weakness and short breath," he wrote.


      Evelyn Conner Erickson, who now lives in Fairfield, used to work on Line 6 at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant.

      She weighed powder for detonators from 1951 to 1952.

      "I don't know if or what I was exposed to, but I had nosebleeds from breathing the powder," she said.

      Erickson also said she has had numerous health problems over the years.

      Charles Forrester of Stronghurst, Illinois, said he worked for 18 years as a foreman, technical engineer and supervisor until he was forced into early retirement due to poor health.

      He worked around black powder, TNT, nitrite, aluminum and other chemicals.

      "For the last four years I worked, I was sick most of the time," he wrote.

      He has been diagnosed with chemical depression, has had surgery for prostate cancer and various heart problems.

      "My heartbeat has been lowered to the mid-40s because my veins are so narrowed," he said.

      He had emergency open-heart surgery in late 1999, getting four bypasses.

      "My life of poor health has been a living hell for the past 20 years. I don't know if working at the IAAP had anything to do with that or not.

      "I did breathe the fumes of all those chemicals continuously for over 18 years. It was often so thick it would burn your eyes and skin, and made it hard to breathe. You be the judge."
    Residence  Nov 2009  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    Residence  Feb 2010  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    Died  2 Sep 2012  Great River Medical Center's Klein Center, Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [6, 13
    Obituary  3 Sep 2012  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    The Hawk Eye 
    • Lloyd A. Moyers, 87, of Burlington died at 12:50 a.m. Sunday, September 2, 2012, at Great River Medical Center-Klein Center in Burlington.

      Born October 16, 1924, in Des Moines County, he was the son of Edward Nelson and Ruth Alfrida Youngberg Moyers. On November 16, 1946, he married Betty Lee Brown in Memphis, Missouri. She died November 24, 1968.

      Mr. Moyers farmed most of his life, was an Amway distributor and worked at Iowa Army Ammunition Plant. He was a member of Denmark Congregational United Church of Christ, NRA and North American Fishing Club. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, bowling, going to the casino, traveling, playing cards, playing and watching baseball/softball, being with family and friends and giving hugs.

      Survivors include three sisters, Caroline Bailey of Keokuk, Mabel Haines of Fairfield and Elizabeth Long of Lockridge; nieces and nephews.

      Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by one son, one daughter, his parents, one brother and one sister.

      Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Thielen Funeral Home in Burlington, where family will receive friends from 5 to 7 p.m.

      The funeral for Mr. Moyers will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Thielen Funeral Home, with Ken Moyers officiating. A time of food and fellowship will be in the community room at Thielen Funeral Home following the service. The body will be cremated following the funeral.

      A memorial has been established.
    Memorial Service  6 Sep 2012  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    Hass-Thielen Funeral Home 
    Iowa Birth Records 
    • Name: Lloyd Arthur Moyers; Birth Date: October 16, 1924; Birthplace: Benton Township, Iowa; Father's Name: Edward Moyers; Father's Birthplace: Newport, Iowa; Father's Age: 37y; Mother's Name: Ruth Youngberg; Mother's Birthplace: Keokuk, Iowa; Mother's Age: 29y; Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C86812-2; System Origin: Iowa-EASy; Source Film Number: 1683720; Collection: Iowa Births and Christenings, 1830-1950
    Address  Lloyd Moyers 
    Address:
    1832 Dehn Street
    Burlington, Iowa 
    U.S. Public Records Index 
    • Name: Lloyd A. Moyers; Birth Date: October 1924; Street address: 1793 Lost Creek Road; City: Wever; County: Lee; State: Iowa; Zip Code: 52658; Phone Number: 319; Record Number: 156873842
    Social Security Administration Information 
    • Name: Lloyd A. Moyers; Born: 16 October 1924; Died: 2 September 2012; State (Year) SSN issued: Iowa (Before 1951)
    Person ID  I1533  All Families
    Last Modified  3 Mar 2014 

    Father  Edward Nelson "Ed" Moyers,   b. 6 Mar 1887, Newport, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Jan 1948, at home in Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Ruth Alfrida Youngberg,   b. 27 Apr 1895, Keokuk, Lee County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Feb 1970, Burlington Hospital, Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  21 Jan 1920  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [15, 16
    Marriage License  21 Jan 1920  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [17
    The Burlington Hawk-Eye 
    • George W. Moyers and Mrs. Mary Rogers, both seventy years of age, obtained license to wed at the court house yesterday. A few moments before, Edward N. Moyers, a son of the man, and Ruth A. Youngberg obtained a license. All are from Mediapolis.
    Notice of a Marriage License Issued to George Washington Earl Moyers and Mary Smith; and a Second License Issued to George's Son, Edward Nelson Moyers, and Ruth Alfrida Youngberg
    Notice of a Marriage License Issued to George Washington Earl Moyers and Mary Smith; and a Second License Issued to George's Son, Edward Nelson Moyers, and Ruth Alfrida Youngberg
    George and Mary were married January 22, 1920, in Burlington, Iowa; his son, Edward and wife, Ruth, were married January 21, 1920, in Burlington, Iowa.
    Alt. Marriage  21 Feb 1920  [1
    Iowa Marriage Records 
    • Groom's Name: Edward M. Moyers; Groom's Birth Date: 1888; Groom's Birthplace: Newport, Iowa; Groom's Age: 32; Bride's Name: Ruth A. Youngberg; Bride's Birth Date: 1896; Bride's Birthplace: Keokuk, Iowa; Bride's Age: 24; Marriage Date: 21 January 1920; Marriage Place: Burlington, Des Moines, Iowa; Groom's Father's Name: Geo. W. Moyers; Groom's Mother's Name: Rebecka Moyers; Bride's Father's Name: Andrew P. Youngberg; Bride's Mother's Name: Hulda M. Anderson; Groom's Race: White; Groom's Marital Status: Single; Bride's Race: White; Bride's Marital Status: Single; Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M02688-6; System Origin: Iowa-EASy; Source Film Number: 1682753; Collection: Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992
    Residence  Mar 1926  rural Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [18
    Residence  Mar 1931  north of Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [19
    Newspaper Article  15 Sep 1931  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [20
    The Burlington Hawk-Eye 
    • 96 Present at Dotson Picnic
      Gathering Held At Locust Grove Park in Honor of Washington, D. C., Residents

      Special To The Hawk-Eye.

      Morning Sun, Iowa, September 14. - There were 79 present at the picnic held at Locust Grove park Saturday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mary L. Dotson, Miss Iva Dotson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mullen of Washington, D. C. The dinner was served cafeteria style at noon. Following the dinner the men pitched horseshoes and the women enjoyed the social hours. The following were present from a distance: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moyers and children of Kingston, Mrs. Theodore Dotson and children and Miss Leota Walker of New London, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dotson and children and Miss Hattie Dotson of Wapello.
    96 Present at Dotson Picnic
    96 Present at Dotson Picnic
    An article reporting on the family picnic of the Dotson family held in September 1931 in Locust Grove Park, Morning Sun, Iowa.
    Photos

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    The Family of Edward Nelson 'Ed' and Ruth Alfrida (Young) Moyers
    The Family of Edward Nelson "Ed" and Ruth Alfrida (Young) Moyers
    Ed Moyers was married at age 32 on January 21, 1920, to Ruth Young (she was age 24). As they started "later" in life than the siblings of Ed Moyers, their children were the last of their generation born in the family (younger brother, Hally Moyers', children were all born between 1909 and 1926).

    This photograph was taken most probably between about 1940 and 1945, and can be identified with the following family members: Back row, left to right: Caroline Ellen Moyers, Lloyd Arthur Moyers, and Ethel Louise Moyers. Front row, left to right: Mabel Elna Moyers, Edward Nelson "Ed" Moyers, Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Moyers, Ruth (Alfrida) Moyers, and Doyle Edward Moyers Sr.
    Ethel Louise and Caroline Ellen Moyers as A Baby and Toddler
    Ethel Louise and Caroline Ellen Moyers as A Baby and Toddler
    Ethel Moyers on the left, still a baby in this photograph, posed with her older sister Caroline Moyer for this photograph.
    The Family of Edward Nelson 'Ed' Moyers in About 1924
    The Family of Edward Nelson "Ed" Moyers in About 1924
    This was the family of Edward and Ruth (Youngberg) Moyers in about 1924, on their farm in Des Moines County, Iowa. The two girls on the left are Caroline and Ethel Moyers, and the son sitting on Edward's lap is Doyle. As can be seen from the photograph, the family were farmers.
    The Four Children of Edward Nelson 'Ed' and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers in About 1925
    The Four Children of Edward Nelson "Ed" and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers in About 1925
    These children are Caroline Ellen, standing in the back, and in the front left to right are Lloyd Arthur, Ethel Louise, and Doyle Edward Moyers.
    Siblings Caroline Ellen, Ethel Louise, and Doyle Edward Moyers Sr. As Toddlers
    Siblings Caroline Ellen, Ethel Louise, and Doyle Edward Moyers Sr. As Toddlers
    Doyle, the young boy on the right of this photograph, was born in May 1923, so this likely was from the summer of 1925. Ethel (left) and Caroline (right) would have been three and four years old, respectively. They lived in Des Moines County, Iowa.
    The Four Daughter of Edward Nelson 'Ed' and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers in About 1936
    The Four Daughter of Edward Nelson "Ed" and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers in About 1936
    Ethel Louise and Caroline Ellen Moyers are the two older daughters in the back of this photograph, Elizabeth Ann "Betty" and Mabel Elna are left to right in the front.
    The Family of Edward Nelson 'Ed' Moyers in About 1938
    The Family of Edward Nelson "Ed" Moyers in About 1938
    Probably on their way to church, this was the family of Edward Nelson Moyers in about 1938. Doyle is the boy on the back left, Lloyd the boy on the back right. Caroline, Edward, his wife, Ruth, Mabel and Ethel are the main row of indivicuals, with Betty standing in the front.
    The Daughters of Edward Nelson 'Ed' and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers
    The Daughters of Edward Nelson "Ed" and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers
    The back row in this photograph can be identified as Caroline Ellen, Mabel Elna, and Ethel Louise Moyers. The youngest daughter in the front is Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Moyers.
    The Children of Ed and Ruth Moyers on the Family Farm
    The Children of Ed and Ruth Moyers on the Family Farm
    Posing while taking a break from chores, theses are the children of Edward Nelson "Ed" and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers. They lived in Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa.

    The young men standing on the wagon are Lloyd Arthur Moyers on the left and Doyle Edward Moyers Sr. on the right. The young women are (back row, left, right) Ethel Louise Moyers and Caroline Ellen Moyers; and (front row, left, right) Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Moyers and Mabel Elna Moyers.
    The Family of Edward Moyers During World War II
    The Family of Edward Moyers During World War II
    Doyle Edward Moyers Sr., in the back row, was in the U.S. military during World War II. The others in this photograph, probably taken by his mother, were, back row left to right: Mabel Elna, father Edward Nelson "Ed," Doyle, and brother, Lloyd Arthur Moyers. Front row, left to right: Elizabeth Ann "Betty," Ethel Louise, and Caroline Ellen Moyers.
    The Ed Nelson Moyers Home
    The Ed Nelson Moyers Home
    This photograph was in the tribute to Ethel Louise Moyers upon her death. It is the house in Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa, where Edward Nelson "Ed" Moyers and Ruth Alfrida Youngberg began their family. Judging from the electrification nearby, I am estimating this photograph was taken in about 1940.
    Four of the Children of Ed and Ruth Moyers
    Four of the Children of Ed and Ruth Moyers
    Taken probably in about 1950, this photograph is of four of the children of Edward Nelson "Ed" and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers. The women are, left to right, Mabel Ellen, Elizabeth Ann "Betty," and Ethel Louise Moyers. The man is their brother, Lloyd Arthur Moyers.
    Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers and Her Children in About 1968
    Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers and Her Children in About 1968
    This photograph was taken a few years before Ruth Moyers died (in 1970). She is standing for a family portrait with with all of her six children. Left to right, the back row is Doyle Edward Moyers Sr., Caroline Ellen Bailey, and Lloyd Arthur Moyers. In the (more or less) front row are Ruth, Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Long, Mabel Elna Haines, and Ethel Louise Moyers.
    Ruth Alfrida (Younberg) Moyers and Relatives
    Ruth Alfrida (Younberg) Moyers and Relatives
    The woman in the back of this photograph and the man in the middle cannot presently be identified positively, although I assume them to be the spouses of Lloyd Arthur Moyers and Caroline Ellen (Moyers) Bailey. Ethel Louise Moyers is in the back on the right, Lloyd, Ruth, the mother of the three Moyers children here, and Caroline are in the front. Ruth died in February 1970, this was probably not too long before that.
    The Children of Edward Nelson 'Ed' and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers in About 2005
    The Children of Edward Nelson "Ed" and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers in About 2005
    These are Ed and Ruth's children, probably in about 2005. Doyle died in 2009 and Ethel in 2010. The women in the back are Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Long, Mabel Elna Haines, Ethel Louise Moyers, and Caroline Ellen Bailey. Lloyd Arthur Moyers and Doyle Edward Moyers Sr. are sitting in the front. The man asleep on the couch on the right side of the picture may be a husband of one of the women.
    Family ID  F181  Group Sheet

    Family  Betty Lee Brown,   b. 1924, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Nov 1968, Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  16 Nov 1946  Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    Residence  Sep 1947  Carlisle, Warren County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [21
    Newspaper Article  30 Mar 1950  near Kossuth, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [22
    The Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette 
    • Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moyers are living on the Paul Hutchcroft farm, south of Kossuth. Movers is working for Hutchcroft.
    Residence  Oct 1953  Salem, Henry County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [23
    Newspaper Article  10 May 1955  Mount Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [24
    The Mt. Pleasant News 
    • Salem

      Salem (IA) -- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moyers entertained the following for Mothers Day dinner at their home south of town. Mrs. Moyers and daughters Ethel and Mable, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Moyers and son of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey and family of Keokuk, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long of Lockridge.
    Children 
     1. (Infant Daughter - 48731) Moyers,   b. 26 Sep 1947, Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Sep 1947, Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. John William Moyers,   b. Abt 1955,   d. 15 Mar 1956, near Denmark, Lee County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified  21 Jan 2014 
    Family ID  F17371  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Lloyd Arthur Moyers
    Lloyd Arthur Moyers
    Lloyd is the son of Edward Nelson "Ed" Moyers and Ruth Alfrida Youngberg.
    Brothers Doyle and Lloyd Moyers in About 1950
    Brothers Doyle and Lloyd Moyers in About 1950
    The two sons of Edward Nelson "Ed" and Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) Moyers were Doyle Edward Moyers Sr., on the left, who lived from 1923 until 2009, and Lloyd Arthur Moyers, his younger brother, on the right in this photograph.

    Birth Records S. N. Walker, 80, Honored By Family
    A newspaper account reporting on the 80th birthday party for Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker. (Published in Morning Sun, Iowa, courtesy of Marjorie Naomi "Marge" (Walker) Kimble) (At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)

  • Sources 
    1. [S415] Moyers, Ruth Alfrida (Youngberg) - Obituary, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye, February 22, 1970; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa).

    2. [S588] Veromi Report (Reliability: 3).

    3. [S3706] Zaba Search (Reliability: 3).

    4. [S77] 1930 US Census (Reliability: 3).
      Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa; enumeration district: 29-2, supervisor's district: 15; sheet number: 4A, page number: 121; enumeration date: April 10, 1930

    5. [S3215] Iowa Births and Christenings, Iowa County Births (Family Search) (Reliability: 3).

    6. [S776] Social Security Death Index (Reliability: 3).

    7. [S38] 1925 Iowa State Census (Reliability: 3).
      Benton Township, Des Moines County, Iowa; Roll: IA1925_1691

    8. [S8500] Moyers, Lloyd Arthur - Swine Herd Brucellosis-Controlled, (originally published in the Ames Daily Tribune, page 5, November 7, 1953; Ames, Story County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    9. [S8501] Moyers, Lloyd Arthur - Amway Connection, (originally published in The Hawk Eye, page 26, April 26, 1981; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    10. [S8502] Moyers, Lloyd Arthur - IAAP Health Problems, Mike Augspurger, (originally published in the online edition of The Hawk Eye, July 9, 2000; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    11. [S689] Moyers, Doyle Edward (Sr.) - Obituary, (originally published in The Hawk Eye, page 6B, November 24, 2009; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    12. [S8422] Moyers, Ethel Louise - Obituary, (originally published in the online edition of The Hawk Eye, February 6, 2010; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    13. [S5706] Moyers, Lloyd Arthur - Obituary, (originally published in the online edition of The Hawk Eye, September 3, 2012; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    14. [S71] U.S. Public Records Index (ancestry.com) (Reliability: 3).

    15. [S396] Moyers, Edward Nelson "Ed" - Obituary, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette, page 11, January 5, 1948; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa).

    16. [S13] Iowa Marriage Collection, 1809 -1992 (Family Search) (Reliability: 3).

    17. [S414] Moyers, George Washington Earl and Mary (Rogers) Smith; and Edward Nelson Moyers and Ruth Alfrida Youngberg - Obtain Marriage Licenses, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye, page 3, January 21, 1920; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    18. [S404] Moyers, George Washington Earl - Obituary, (originally published in an unknown southeast Iowa newspaper, March 1926) (Reliability: 4).

    19. [S372] Umphrey, Geoffrey Paul - Funeral Report (SE Iowa Newspaper), (originally published in an unknown southeast Iowa newspaper, likely The Wapello Republican, about March 19, 1931) (Reliability: 3).

    20. [S416] Dotson - Family Picnic 1931, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye, page 10, September 15, 1931; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    21. [S5704] Moyers, Infant Daughter - Death Notice (LLoyd and Betty Moyers), (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette, page 11, September 29, 1947; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    22. [S5705] Moyers, Lloyd Arthur - Living near Mediapolis, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette, March 30, 1950; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    23. [S412] Moyers, Elizabeth Ann "Betty" and Arthur O. Long - Marriage Announcement, (originally published in the Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette, page 10, October 8, 1953; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    24. [S685] Moyers, Lloyd Arthur and Betty Lee (Brown) - Entertain Family for Mothers' Day, (originally published in The Mt. Pleasant News, page 4, Tuesday, May 10, 1955; Mount Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).