Floyd Joseph Edgar, John Wallace Edgar
Joseph L. Edgar married Mary Diane Innes on 3-4-1878 in
Fayette County, Iowa.
In 1895 Smith County, Floyd is 12, with Joseph 42, Mary 39, Clarence 16, Clinton 14, Wallace 8, Amy 7, Earl 4, and Virnie 1.
In 1900 Smith County, Kansas, Floyd J. born May 1882 in Iowa, is with parents Joseph and Mary D. , with six siblings.
Probably the Joseph L. Edgar - dying March 18, 1909 buried in Pleasant Hill, Smith County, Kansas, is their father.55202412. Mary D. Edgar, dying May 1, 1904, is also buried there, per 55202413. Amy A. Edgar - dying July 4, 1906 is probably their sister.55202411
In 1910 Rockland precinct, "Floid" J. Edgar is 27, born in Iowa, single, farming, living alone.
Floyd J. Edgar married Lauretta M. Curtis July 7, 1910, recorded in Logan County.
Floyd proved up a quarter in 23, 6N 49W in 1913.
Jos Floyd Edgar - May 13, 1882 - March 30, 1915 is buried in New Haven Cemetery, Logan County. 49869733
Andrew Stingley registered with a Haxtun address, nearest relative Loretta M. Stingley.
In 1920 Rockland precinct, Martha is married to Andrew Stingley, with Joseph Edgar 8, Barbera Edgar 5, and Charline Stingley eighteen months, and Bernard Stingley one month.
Andrew and Martha moved to Wyoming between 1935 and 1940 and are buried in Powell, Wyoming. Martha 106550740
|Joseph "Joe" Owen Edgar, 94, died Feb. 15, 2006, at Powell Valley
He was born near New Haven, Colo., on June 12, 1911, to Joseph Floyd and Martha Curtis Edgar Stingley. He was the oldest of eight children.
He served in the Army 1933-36 at Fort Francis E. Warren in Cheyenne. After being honorably discharged he moved to Powell where he married Doris Cunningham in 1939.
They owned Edgar Motors in Powell for 30 years. He was a reliable and honest mechanic. Mrs. Edgar did the bookkeeping for their business. They would have celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary in June.
He was a member of the Planning and Zoning Board in the 1950s and also a member of the "Powell Walking Blood Bank," donating blood to those in need of his blood type.
When not working he enjoyed spending time with his family, and tending his yard and garden.
He loved Sunday drives with his family, having picnics and visiting Yellowstone Park and Horseshoe Bend.
He is survived by his wife, children Carol (Wiley) Layne of Lovell and Sue (Paul) Sironen of Cody, granddaughter Stephanie (Dave) Valentine of Cody, brother James (Elizabeth) Stingley of Worland, sister Audrey (Eldon) Willock of Renton, Wash., and many nieces, nephews and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, stepfather Andrew Stingley, sisters Barbara Clark and Charlene Brown, brothers Bernard, Charley and Paul Stingley and grandson Ronald Layne.
Funeral services were Tuesday at First Southern Baptist Church in Powell. Burial followed at Crown Hill Cemetery.
Barbara Edgar married Randall Clark May 23, 1934, recorded in Yuma County.
In 1940 Magee precinct, Randol L. Clark is 29, Barbra A. 24, with Delina Jeane 4. Randol works at a gas station, so that has to be Clarkville (Miles Clark, 56, and Mary 54 are the next family, with Dale Reed Clark 22, Norman Miles 18, and Marie Mildred 11. Dale Clark ran the gasoline station in the 1950's.)
One tree said Barbara Alice Edgar was born Nov 30, 1914 and died June 24, 1988 in Littleton.
John Wallace Edgar registered in Fleming, born July 25, 1886 in ????ville, Kansas, farming, married.
Wallace J. Edgar was a mail carrier in Fleming precinct in 1920 and in 1930, 43, born in Kansas, married to Edythe 35, Iowa, and Charles F. 11, born in Colorado.
Charles Franklin Edgar 1918-1939 is buried in Sterling.
Wallace and Edythe are still in Fleming in 1940, still a mail carrier.
John Wallace Edgar - July 25, 1886-Dec 24, 1956 and Edithe V. (Wollam) Edgar - 1884-1969 are buried in Sterling. 57080136
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