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Frances Willard Moyers

Frances Willard Moyers

Female 1906 - 1948

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  • Name  Frances Willard Moyers  [1
    Born  7 Oct 1906  Yellow Spring Township, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    Gender  Female 
    Alt. Birth  7 Oct 1907  Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    • The date published in her obituary was incorrect by one year to the day.
    Iowa Birth Records 
    • Name: Francis Willard Moyers; Gender (Original): F; Birth Date: 7 October 1906; Birthplace: Yellow Spring, Iowa; Father: Pearl A. Moyers; Mother: Jessie M. Swan; Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C86812-2; System Origin: Iowa-EASy; Source Film Number: 1683720
    Census  1910  Yellow Spring Township, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    • Frances Moyers, daughter, female, white, age 4, single, birthplace Iowa, father's birthplace Iowa, mother's birthplace Iowa, could speak English
    Iowa State Census  1915  Wapello Township, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    • Card Number: 324, female, white, single, 9 months in public school in 1914, could read, could write, number of years in Iowa: 6, Francis W. Moyers, age 8, Louisa County, post office address: Wapello, Wapello Township, extent of education in the common schools: 3, birth place: Iowa, did not own home or farm, father's birthplace: Iowa, mother's birthplace: Iowa, signed by assessor: T. A. Dotson
    Census  1920  Wapello Township, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    • Frances Moyers, daughter, female, white, age 13, single, attended school since September 1919, could read, could write, born in Indiana, father's birthplace Indiana, mother's birthplace Indiana, could speak English, occupation none
    High School  1924  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Morning Sun High School 
    Graduation Announcement  3 Jun 1924  Davenport, Scott County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    The Davenport Democrat and Leader 
    • Morning Sun to Graduate Class of 19 Students

      The commencement exercises of the Morning Sun high school will be heled from the high school auditorium tonight. The address will be given by Dr. C. W. Wassam of the University of Iowa. The class numbers 19: Vivian C. Baird, Norma R. Campbell, Irene B. Jones, Mary Emma McClure, Geneva M. McElhinney, Frances W. Moyers, Alice I. Patterson, Dorothy M. Robertson, Vera B. Smith, Clyde A. Elliott, Delbert B. Green, Frank E. Wiley, Maurice Willson, S. Howard Willson, Lorenze Wilson. [...]
    Iowa State Census  1925  Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    • Francis Moyers, daughter, female, white, age 18, single, number of years in the U.S.: 18, number of years in Iowa: 17, attended high school, state highest grade (9-12): 12, could read, could write, place of birth: Iowa, name of father: Pearl A. Moyers, father's birthplace: Iowa, father's age at last birthday: 50, name of mother: Jessie Gregory, mother's birthplace: Iowa, mother's age at last birthday: 43, place of marriage of parents: Iowa, occupation involved with domestic/personal services, church affiliation: Methodist Espiscopal
    Census  1930  Marshall Township, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    • Frances Harrison, wife, female, white, age 23, married, age at first marriage 18, did not attend school since September 1929, could read and write, born in Iowa, father's birthplace Iowa, mother's birthplace Iowa, state code: 65, could speak English, occupation none
    Died  13 Jul 1948  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 11
    Cause: cancer of the brain and breast 
    Obituary  15 Jul 1948  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    the Morning Sun News-Herald 
    • Mrs. Earl Harrison Funeral Friday

      Funeral services for Mrs. Earl Harrison, former Morning Sun resident and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Moyers of this place, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Prugh chapel in Burlington. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery in Morning Sun.

      Mrs. Harrison died at her home after an extended illness.

      Frances Willard Moyers was born on October 7, 1907 (sic: 1906), in Des Moines county. She married Earl Harrison in 1925 and for a number of years they made their home in the Morning Sun community. She was a member of the Oakland church north of Morning Sun. Mrs. Harrison is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Wanda Lea Lavallieur (sic: Lavalleur), Burlington and Mrs. Miriam Ferguson, Fairfield, and one son, Floyd, at home. Also surviving are her parents Mr. and Mrs. Pearl A. Moyers, a sister Mrs. Lottie Pilling, Mediapolis, and a brother, Earl, Burlington. One brother is dead.
    Religion  north of Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Oakland Church 
    Cemetery Info/Epitaph  Louisa County, Iowa, Cemetery Records  [13
    • Name: Frances W. (Moyers) Harrison; Sex: F; Born: 1906; Died or Buried: 1948; Age: 42; Buried: Elmwood (township = Morning Sun); County/State: Louisa, Iowa; Military Service: none; Book: LCC 1990 - page MS-43; Notes: 1906-1948
    Headstone Photograph 
    • Frances Willard (Moyers) Harrison's grave is located at the Elmwood Cemetery, Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa. The epitaph on the stone is: "Frances W. Moyers, wife of Earl J. Harrison, 1906 - 1948"
    The Headstone of Frances Willard (Moyers) Harrison
    The Headstone of Frances Willard (Moyers) Harrison
    Buried  16 Jul 1948  Elmwood Cemetery, Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [13, 14
    Person ID  I3872  All Families
    Last Modified  1 Mar 2014 

    Father  Pearl Alfred "P. A." Moyers,   b. 12 Dec 1875, Tama Township, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Jun 1964, Klein Memorial Hospital, Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Jessie Mae Swan,   b. 20 Nov 1882, near Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Jan 1958, Burlington Hospital, Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Alt. Marriage  Mar 1878 
    • (According to the obituary of Pearl Moyers, Jessie and Pearl Moyers were married March 1878. This is impossible as he would have been 3 and Jessie was not yet born!)
    Married  1 Mar 1898  at her home in Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [15, 16, 17
    Alt. Marriage  6 Mar 1898  [18
    • (According to A History of Des Moines County, Iowa, and Its People, March 6, 1898, was Pearl Moyers and Jessie Swan's wedding date.)
    Iowa Marriage Records 
    • Moyers, Pearl Alfred; Spouse: Swan, Jessie M.; Marriage Date: 1 March 1898; County: Louisa; State: Iowa
    Officiant  T. S. Poole  [20
    Residence  1911  Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [21
    Research  Est 1912  [2
    • For a time after the birth of daughter Frances, the Moyers family lived in Robstown, Texas. A card, undated, from Iva Marie Dotson was sent to Frances there. As Pearl was listed in City Directories up until 1909 and in the 1910 federal census in Yellow Spring Township, Des Moines County, Iowa, it probably was soon after 1910. By 1915 he and Jessie were living in Wapello Township, Louisa County, Iowa.
    Residence  1916  Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [22
    • (Per genealogist, Joy Conwell, according to a personal card in her possession.)
    Residence  Mar 1926  Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [23
    • (Per Pearl Moyer's obituary, he and Jessie settled in Morning Sun in 1926, so apparently that was after the month of March when they were listed in George Moyers's obituary as living in Wapello.)
    Newspaper Article  23 Jul 1942  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [24
    The Morning Sun News-Herald 
    • There was (sic) exciting times at the Earl Moyers farm south of Newport recently when a bull attacked a team of horses. One horse was so badly gored that it had to be shot. Its mate was also severely injured. The bull had been locked up in the barn while P. A. Moyers, father of Earl, and Lloyd Patterson, the hired man were using the team in some work in the barn lot. The bull broke out of the barn and attacked the team, but did not attempt to molest the men.
    Bull Attacks Horses on the Earl Moyers Farm
    Bull Attacks Horses on the Earl Moyers Farm
    A report on an attack by an escaped bull on a team of two horses owned by David "Earl" Moyers while his father, Pearl Alfred "P. A." Moyers, was tending to the farm.
    Residence  Jan 1948  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [25
    Anniversary Announcement  1 Mar 1948  Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [26
    The Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette 
    • MARRIED 50 YEARS -- Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Moyers, Morning Sun, rounded out 50 years of married life March 1. Due to illness in the family, no special celebration was planned. Pearl Moyers and Jessie Swan were married in Wapello in 1898 by Reverend T. S. Poole. They have 3 children, Earl Moyers and Mrs. Earl Harrison of Burlington, and Mrs. Jack Pilling of Mediapolis. There are 7 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.
    The 50th Wedding Anniversary of Pearl Alfred 'P. A.' and Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers
    The 50th Wedding Anniversary of Pearl Alfred "P. A." and Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers
    Pearl and Jessie Moyers were married March 1, 1898, in Wapello, Iowa. They acknowledged their 50th wedding anniversary in 1948, but did not celebrate it at the time, due to family illness.
    Anniversary Announcement  21 Mar 1957  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [17
    The Morning Sun News-Herald 
    • SCHWENGEL WRITES TO MOYERS

      Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Moyers, who celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary on March 1, received the following letter from Congressman Fred Schwengel:

      March 9, 1957, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Moyers Morning Sun, Iowa

      Hello Mr. and Mrs. Moyers:

      Thought you might like to have an extra copy of the enclosed clipping announcing your 59th wedding anniversary.

      To have had the opportunity to live and serve so long together is in itself an indication of fine citizenship. The rich blessings that have been yours and those of your friends and neighbors for more than one-fourth the history of this great and beloved country, are a part of the heritage all of us enjoy.

      May we join your family and friends in extending heartiest "congratulations" on this significant occasion, and may the spirit that reigns over us all continue to bless you with health and happiness for many years to come.

      Sincerely yours, Fred Schwengel
    Schwengel Writes to Moyers
    Schwengel Writes to Moyers
    The 59th wedding anniversary announcement of Pearl Alfred "P. A." and Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers. Pearl and Jessie were married March 1, 1898, at her home in Wapello, Iowa.
    Residence  Jan 1958  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [27
    Photos
    The 50th Wedding Anniversary Photograph of Pearl Alfred 'P. A.' and Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers
    The 50th Wedding Anniversary Photograph of Pearl Alfred "P. A." and Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers
    Pearl and Jessie Moyers, married March 1, 1898, at Jessie's home in Wapello, Iowa, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1948. This photograph provided by Joy Conwell was dated to that year by the newspaper article published announcing their anniversary, which ported the same photo with the article.
    Four Generations and Three Families: Moyers, Harrison, Lavalleur
    Four Generations and Three Families: Moyers, Harrison, Lavalleur
    There are four generations represented in this photograph from 1947. Standing in the back is Charles Leaford "Lee" Lavalleur, in front of him is his wife, Wanda Lea (Harrison) Lavalleur, holding their baby daughter, Deborah. To the left of the Lavalleurs are Wanda's parents, Frances Willard (Moyers) Harrison and (in back of her) Earl Joseph Harrison Sr. The couple on the right are Pearl Alfred "P. A." Moyers and his wife, Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers, the parents of Frances, the grandparents of Wanda, and the great grandparents of Deborah.
    Family ID  F178  Group Sheet

    Family  Earl Joseph Harrison, Sr.,   b. 12 Jan 1900, Winfield, Henry County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Aug 1965, Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  2 Feb 1925  Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Divorced  Yes, date unknown 
    Children 
    >1. Wanda Lea Harrison,   b. 25 Oct 1926, Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Sep 2012, Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming Find all individuals with events at this location
    >2. Miriam Louise Harrison,   b. 5 Sep 1928, rural Louisa County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Dec 2007, Mount Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa Find all individuals with events at this location
    >3. Floyd Alfred "Bud" Harrison
    Photos

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    Siblings Wanda, Miriam, and Floyd Harrison and Six Puppies
    Siblings Wanda, Miriam, and Floyd Harrison and Six Puppies
    Wanda Lea, Miriam Louise, and Floyd Alfred "Bud" Harrison are the children, left to right, in this photograph taken in the late 1930s. Their dog apparently cooperated and had six puppies, so they each could hold two. These are the children of Earl Joseph Harrison Sr. (1900-1965) and Frances Willard Moyers (1907-1948). The photograph was provided courtesy of Joy Lynn (Ferguson) Conwell, the daughter of Miriam Louise (Harrison) Ferguson. According to Joy, the photograph was taken in Cairo (Louisa County), Iowa.
    Four Generations and Three Families: Moyers, Harrison, Lavalleur
    Four Generations and Three Families: Moyers, Harrison, Lavalleur
    There are four generations represented in this photograph from 1947. Standing in the back is Charles Leaford "Lee" Lavalleur, in front of him is his wife, Wanda Lea (Harrison) Lavalleur, holding their baby daughter, Deborah. To the left of the Lavalleurs are Wanda's parents, Frances Willard (Moyers) Harrison and (in back of her) Earl Joseph Harrison Sr. The couple on the right are Pearl Alfred "P. A." Moyers and his wife, Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers, the parents of Frances, the grandparents of Wanda, and the great grandparents of Deborah.
    The Children of Earl Joseph Harrison Sr. and Frances Willard Moyers
    The Children of Earl Joseph Harrison Sr. and Frances Willard Moyers
    Left to right in this photograph, taken in the 1990s and provided courtesy of Joy Lynn (Ferguson) Conwell, are: Wanda Lea (Harrison) Lavalleur, Miriam Louise (Harrison) Ferguson (Joy's mother), and Floyd Alfred "Bud" Harrison. Wanda is a resident of Wyoming. Bud lives in Texas, and Miriam died in 2007 in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa.
    Last Modified  28 Feb 2014 
    Family ID  F1645  Group Sheet

  • Photos

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    Frances Willard Moyers
    Frances Willard Moyers
    Frances, the daughter of Pearl Alfred "P. A." and Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers, was born October 7, 1907, and died July 13, 1948. She married Earl Joseph Harrison Sr., and they later divorced. Frances had Earl had two daughters and a son, who were Wanda Lea Lavalleur, Miriam Louise Ferguson, and Floyd Alfred "Bud" Harrison.
    Frances Willard Moyers as a Young Child
    Frances Willard Moyers as a Young Child
    Frances Willard Moyers was the youngest child of Pearl Alfred "P. A." and Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers. Frances was born in 1907 and became the wife of Earl Joseph Harrison in 1925. This photograph was taken in about 1910.
    The Senior Class Photograph of Frances Willard Moyers
    The Senior Class Photograph of Frances Willard Moyers
    This is the Morning Sun High School (Iowa) graduation photograph for Frances Willard Moyers, who was in the class of 1924 at Morning Sun. She was the daughter of Pearl Alfred and Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers, and was the grandmother of Joy Lynn (Ferguson) Conwell, to whom the photograph belongs. Joy reports she still has the necklace Frances wore in this photograph.

    Documents

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    An Easter Card (undated, front)
    An Easter Card (undated, front)
    From Iva Marie Dotson to Frances Willard Moyers in Robstown, Texas. The message is "Easter Greetings." Iva also wrote on the card, "Francis, Do you see those little yellow chickens?"
    An Easter Card (undated, back)
    An Easter Card (undated, back)
    From Iva Marie Dotson to Frances Willard Moyers in Robstown, Texas. The message is: "Dear Little Cousin, will send you soem little yellow chickens for your Easter. Good bye. From Cousin, Iva."
    A Postcard (undated, front)
    A Postcard (undated, front)
    From Iva Marie Dotson to Frances Willard Moyers in Robstown, Texas. The message is "Evenning Prayer." The image is of stuffed animals praying before going to bed.
    A Postcard (undated, back)
    A Postcard (undated, back)
    From Cora (Moyers) Hamilton to Frances Willard Moyers in Robstown, Texas. The message is: "Dear little Frances, would like to see you but cannot, so I will send you this card to let you know I have not forgotten you. Aunt Cora."
    A Postcard (undated 1, front)
    A Postcard (undated 1, front)
    From Maude Lulu (Swan) Owens and her son, George "Vern" Owens to Frances Willard Moyers in Robstown, Texas. The message above a young girl swinging in a basket of daisies is, "Many Happy Returns of the Day."
    A Postcard (undated 1, back)
    A Postcard (undated 1, back)
    From Maude Lulu (Swan) Owens and her son, George "Vern" Owens to Frances Willard Moyers in Robstown, Texas. The message is: "Dear little Francis, how are you getting along. Would like to see you, hope I will get to before many years roll by. I will send you a kiss. Maud."
    A Thanksgiving Card on November 29, 1916 (front)
    A Thanksgiving Card on November 29, 1916 (front)
    From Margaret Giertz to Frances Willard Moyers. The message is "Thanksgiving Day greetings."
    A Thanksgiving Card on November 29, 1916 (back)
    A Thanksgiving Card on November 29, 1916 (back)
    From Margaret Giertz in Joliet, Illinois, to Frances Willard Moyers at rural route 2 in Wapello, Iowa. The message is: "Dear Francis. Grandpa leaves for Iowa tomorrow. We will be very lonesome without him. I hope you are well and will enjoy your Thanksgiving. Margaret Giertz"
    A Christmas Card on December 16, 1916 (front)
    A Christmas Card on December 16, 1916 (front)
    From Margaret Giertz to Frances Willard Moyers. The message is "Christmas Greetings."
    A Christmas Card on December 16, 1916 (back)
    A Christmas Card on December 16, 1916 (back)
    From Margaret Giertz in Joliet, Illinois, to Frances Willard Moyers at rural route 2 in Wapello, Iowa. The message is: "Dear Frances. I did not write because My Mother is very sick with pnumonia (sic). I hope she gets better son she is getting a little better. I hope you will have a fine Christmas. From Margaret Giertz"
    A Postcard on February 8, 1917 (front)
    A Postcard on February 8, 1917 (front)
    From Margaret Giertz to Frances Willard Moyers. The message is "I'm extra fond of you."
    A Postcard on February 8, 1917 (back)
    A Postcard on February 8, 1917 (back)
    From Margaret Giertz in Joliet, Illinois, to Frances Willard Moyers at rural route 2 in Wapello, Iowa. The message is: "Dear Frances, I am sending my love on this Postal. I passed into the high fifth two weeks ago last Friday. I like my school fine. I hope you are having a good time. With love, Margaret Giertz"
    A New Years Card on December 31, 1918 (front)
    A New Years Card on December 31, 1918 (front)
    From Hazel A. Hamilton to Frances Willard Moyers. The message is "New Year Rembmrance. I'll think of you every day, My Friend. So you see, at the end of the year, Three hundred and sixty-five waves of thought Will have travelled to you from here."
    A New Years Card on December 31, 1918 (back)
    A New Years Card on December 31, 1918 (back)
    From Hazel A. Hamilton in Wapello, Iowa, to Frances Willard Moyers at rural route Wapello, Iowa. The message is: "Wishing you a Happy New Year. From your Cousin, Hazel"
    A Thanksgiving Card on November 21, 1920 (front)
    A Thanksgiving Card on November 21, 1920 (front)
    From Margaret Giertz to Frances Willard Moyers. The message is "Thanksgiving Wishes. Thanksgiving Day is here again. And come this year to crown. Oh pray receive my wholesome wishes For well prepared Thanksgiving Dishes."
    A Thanksgiving Card on November 21, 1920 (back)
    A Thanksgiving Card on November 21, 1920 (back)
    From Margaret Giertz in Joliet, Illinois, to Frances Willard Moyers at rural route 2 in Wapello, Iowa. The message is: "Dear Frances. Well here I am at last. I am going to write you a letter some time soon. I started to high school. I do not like it as well as grade school. I hope you are well and have a glorious Thanksgiving. With love, your cousin, Margaret Giertz"
    A Postcard (undated, back)
    A Postcard (undated, back)
    This greeting card was from Mary Lucinda "Lu" (Moyers) Dotson to Her Niece, Frances Willard Moyers in Mediapolis, Iowa. The message is, "This card is for Frances, My baby niece of ten nieces. Aunt Lu"
    A Postcard (undated, front)
    A Postcard (undated, front)
    From Mary Lucinda "Lu" (Moyers) Dotson to Her Niece, Frances Willard Moyers. The card is of a robin perched on a branch, with the text "American Robin."

    General Newsprint
    Morning Sun to Graduate Class of 19 Students
    Morning Sun to Graduate Class of 19 Students
    The news from Morning Sun, Iowa, with mention of the graduating high school in 1924; also a news item regarding the family of John Burton Duryea of San Francisco, who were visiting Morning Sun (he was married to the former Claudia Rachel Bowlby). They were honored at the home of Wilbur Orlando and Mary (Howes) Duryea by their family and all the Iowa children of Anne Idella (Duryea) Wyerman.

    Graduates in the 1924 Morning Sun High School class included Frances Willard Moyers, Delbert Green, S. Howard Willson, and Maurice M. Willson.

    Obituaries, Deaths, Funerals
    Mrs. Earl Harrison Funeral Friday
    Mrs. Earl Harrison Funeral Friday
    The obituary of Frances Willard (Moyers) Harrison. Frances Willard Moyers, a daughter of Pearl Alfred and Jessie Mae (Swan) Moyers, was the second of three wives of Earl Joseph Harrison Sr. (1900-1965). Frances was the youngest of four children born to her father, Pearl (1875-1964) and mother, Jessie (1882-1958). Frances was married to Earl Harrison in 1925, and had two daughters and a son before their divorce. Daughters were Wanda Lea (Harrison/Lavalleur) Goodell and Miriam Louise Ferguson (1928-2007). Their son was Floyd Alfred harrison, known as Bud.

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

    2. [S33] Conwell, Joy Lynn (Ferguson) (Reliability: 3).

    3. [S8770] Harrison, Frances Willard (Moyers) - Obituary, (originally published in the Morning Sun News-Herald, front page, July 15, 1948; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa).

    4. [S72] 1910 US Census (Reliability: 3).
      Yellow Spring Township, Des Moines County, Iowa; supervisor's district: 1, enumeration district: 26, sheet number: 13A, page number: 212; enumeration date: April 26, 1910

    5. [S544] 1915 Iowa State Census (Reliability: 3).
      Wapello Township, Louisa County, Iowa, Post Office: Wapello; Roll: IA1915_310

    6. [S19] 1920 US Census (Reliability: 3).
      Wapello Township, Louisa County, Iowa; enumeration district: 105; supervisor's district: 1, sheet number: 3A, page number: 266; enumeration date: January 19 and 20, 1920

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    9. [S38] 1925 Iowa State Census (Reliability: 3).
      Wapello, Louisa County Iowa; Roll: IA1925_1818

    10. [S77] 1930 US Census (Reliability: 4).
      Marshall Township, Louisa County, Iowa; enumeration district: 58-14, supervisor's district: 15; sheet number: 5A, page number: 71; enumeration date: April 24, 25 and 26, 1930

    11. [S884] Moyers, Pearl Alfred "P. A." - Obituary (Hawk-Eye), (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye, page 3, June 5, 1964; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa).

    12. [S8770] Harrison, Frances Willard (Moyers) - Obituary, (originally published in the Morning Sun News-Herald, front page, July 15, 1948; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    13. [S634] Louisa County, Iowa - Cemetery Records Through 1997 (Rootsweb) (Reliability: 3).

    14. [S8769] Harrison, Frances Willard (Moyers) - Headstone Photograph, (her grave is at the Elmwood Cemetery, Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa; photograph provided courtesy of Marjorie Naomi "Marge" (Walker) Kimble and Becky Ruth (Kimble) Murphy) (Reliability: 3).

    15. [S94] LDS Online Record.

    16. [S409] Moyers, Pearl Alfred "P. A." - Obituary (Muscatine Journal), (originally published in the Muscatine Journal, page 9, June 5, 1964; Muscatine, Muscatine County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    17. [S407] Moyers, Pearl Alfred "P. A." and Jessie Mae (Swan) - 59th Wedding Anniversary Announcement, (originally published in The Morning Sun News-Herald, front page, March 21, 1957; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

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    19. [S26] Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900 (ancestry.com) (Reliability: 4).

    20. [S397] Moyers, Samuel Nelson "Sam" and Lucinda Hopkins "Lucy" (Deen) - 60th Wedding Anniversary Program, (1906) (Reliability: 4).

    21. [S30] Louisa County, Iowa - Louisa County History 1911, Arthur Springer, (The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1911, Chicago, Illinois), pages 110-111 (Reliability: 3).

    22. [S33] Conwell, Joy Lynn (Ferguson) (Reliability: 4).

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

    24. [S405] Moyers, David "Earl" and Pearl Alfred "P. A." - Bull Attacks Horses, (originally published in The Morning Sun News-Herald, page 5, July 23, 1942; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    25. [S396] Moyers, Edward Nelson "Ed" - Obituary, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette, page 11, January 5, 1948; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 4).

    26. [S406] Moyers, Pearl Alfred "P. A." and Jessie Mae (Swan) - 50th Wedding Anniversary Announcement, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette, page 12, March 1, 1948; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).

    27. [S408] Dotson, Mary Lucinda "Lu" (Moyers) - Obituary, ((originally published in a southeast Iowa newspaper, probably the Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette, about January 14, 1958; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 4).