In 1870 Fountain County, Indiana, David is 4, with Jacob 35 and Lucinda 34, Thomas 16, Andrea 6, Amanda 3, and John 12.
In 1885 Mills County, Iowa, David is 21, with Thomas 28, Lucinda 53, Andrew 22, Amanda 18, Jacob N, 10. Household preceding are John 27 and Irena 20.
One tree said David married Maggie Dobson - born April 19, 1868 in Ireland- August 30, 1890 in Montgomery County, Iowa., and they had Viola 1892-1967 and Galin 1893-1977.
Mills County Tribune, Glenwood, Iowa
Thursday, October 26, 1899
Mrs. David Jarred died at her home in Hastings Thursday night of some form of female trouble. She was a comparatively young woman being but a trifle over thirty years of age. The funeral services were held on Saturday afternoon the interment taking place in the Hastings cemetery.
In 1920 "near the Correction Line " Logan County David is a carpenter, 58, born in Indiana, widowed, David cash-claimed 72 acres in 3, 8N 48W in 1922.
Obituary/Death Notice: 9 May 1935, Rocky Mountain News , Denver, Colorado
David Jarred, Ovid, Colo.: father of Galen E. Jarred and Mrs. Violet Powell. Services today, 2:30 p. m., Hofmann's, Riverside.
In 1910 Fleming precinct Isaac Powell, 24 is a laborer, with Violet 19, and Orson 1, born in Iowa.
In 1920 Haxtun Isaac P. Powell is a teamster, 38, with Violet 28, born in Indiana. With Orson 10, Dora M. 9, Josephine 7, Gail D. 5, and Frederick F. 3. The youngest two sons were born in Colorado, the rest in Iowa.
Date of Burial: March 18, 1967
Violet G. Powell, 29 E. Ratcliff, Englewood. Mother of Orson Powell, Greeley, Colo., Gail Powell, Englewood, Dora Miller, Westminster, Josephine Jones, Denver; sister of Galen Jarred, Denver; also nine grand children and twenty great-grandchildren. Services , Saturday, 1 p.m., CHAPEL OF THE ANGELS, 7177 W. Colfax, Interment, Highland Memory Gardens.
Galen Eliot Jarred registered in Haxtun, born May 11, 1893 in Hastings, Iowa. single, working for D.W. Scott in a garage.
Galan W. Jarred is in Phillips County, on Washington Avenue in Haxtun, in 1920, a farmer, 25,bon in Iowa.
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Galen is in Weld County in 1930, a garage mechanic, married to Allie 27, born in Iowa.
They're in Phoenix in 1951, living at 1408 E. Monte Vista - no occupation listed.
Galen 1893-1977 and Allie (Johnson) Jarred 1902-1981 are buried in Denver Fairmount.