Yuma County, Colorado
Yuma County Pioneer Photographs:
Walter I. and Minella (Perry) Patmor, Happyville
In 1880 Webster County, Nebraska, Noah Perry is a bartender, 35 born in Illinois,
with Alice 24 Ohio, Mary 12, Creed 10 both in Ilinois,
Harvey 5, Loyd 3 and Minella 1 - all three born in Nebraska.
April 20, 1894
Hester Patmore dying 1894, is buried in Santa Ana # 8830986.
So is Alfred N. Patmore 1842-1913 # 8722094.
July 21, 1899 Red Cloud "Matilda E. Patmor vs. Alfred N. Patmor, petition for divorce; default of defendant taken; divorce granted as prayed for."
June 15, 1906
Phoebe A. Patmor, daughter of Alfred and Annie Patmor, married Charles M. Smith on November 2, 1884 in Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Alfred N. Patmore 1842-1913 is buried in Santa Ana # 8722094.
He was widowed in 1900 and 1910 Santa Ana. His son Walter Sept 1878 in Kansas and Minella E. March 1879 Nebraska have Leola Oct 1899 Nebraska. Roy Patmor Dec 1884 Nebraska are with them.
September 20, 1934 "In Santa Ana, at her home,
710 East Sixth street, September 1», 1934 Phoebe A. Smith,
aged 69 years, wife of C. M. Smith; mother of Mrs. Grace Baker,
of Jocumbias; Mrs. Pearl Thomas, of Red Cloud, Nebr;
Mrs. Mable Blake, of Santa Ana, and Mrs. Flossie Mae Gilmore
of Huntington Beach; sister of K. E. Patmor and Walter I. Patmor,
of Santa Ana, and Roy Patmor, of Watsonville;
grandmother of Mrs. Vera Skinner and Mrs. Mae Finley,
of Westminster, Charles A. Baker, of San Diego;
Miss Helen Thomas, of Red Cloud, Nebr.;
Elroy and Doris Ann Gilmore, of Huntington Beach,
and great grandmother of four great granddaughters.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 1 p. m. from
Smith and Tuthill'e chapel."
August 6, 1897
August 12, 1898
Alfred N. Patmore was widowed in 1900 and 1910 Santa Ana.
His son Walter Sept 1878 in Kansas and Minella E. March 1879 Nebraska have Leola Oct 1899 Nebraska. Roy Patmor Dec 1884 Nebraska are with them.
Walter is in Santa Ana, California in 1900, a plasterer, born Sept 1878 in Kansas, with Minella E. March 1879 Nebraska. Leola Oct 1899 in Nebraska, ALfred N. Feb 1842 Illinois, and Roy , brother born Dec 1884 in Nebraska.
June 15, 1906
This is likely the infant that # 9376103 has buried in Santa Ana.
In 1910 Walter I. Patmor is a plasterer in Santa Ana 31, with Minella E. 31. Leola A. is 10, Edna N. 8, Vera P. 2, and Minnella's mother Alice A. Perry 56.
March 1915 "Walter Patmor, of Santa Ana, California, arrived last
Saturday evening, and is a guest at the home of his brother-in-law,
C. H. Perry, in the Happyville country."
August 1915 "W. I. Patmore went down to the county seat Saturday
evening to attend to business matters."
August 5, 1915 Red Cloud "Miss Mabelle Smith and Elsie Weaver
left Saturday morning for Fort Morgan, Colorado, to attend Institute.
They will teach this next term of school near Eckley, Colo.."
August 6, 1915 "Miss Mabel Smith, of Red Cloud, Nebr., who had
been visiting at the home of W. F. Patmore, for the past couple of
weeks, left Sunday for Fort Morgan to attend the teachers institute."
Walter Ichabod Patmor, born Sept 3, 1878,
registered for WWI in Happyville, farming for C. Mason.
He's with Manilla Evalina Patmore.
In 1920 they're back in Santa Ana, Walter 41, Minnella 40, Edna 17, Vera P. 12, and Walter 9.
Walter 1878-1954 is buried in Santa Ana # 170273561, with Minnella E. 1879-1962 # 170273623.
Private funeral services were held Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the
Smith and Tuthill Chapel for Walter I. Patmor, 75,
of 929 W. Myrtle St., Santa Ana, who passed away Saturday.
A native of Smith County, Kansas, Mr. Patmor had lived in Santa Ana for
55 years where he was a night watchman.
Survivors include his wife, Minnella, of the home;
three daughters, Mrs. Leola Lutz, of North Sacramento, Mrs. Edna
Squires of Tustin and Mrs. Vera Sneyd of Santa Ana; a son, Oscar, of Portland Ore.; 11 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren; two brothers, Edward of Santa Ana and Roy of Long Beach. The Rev. Frank Scott was in charge of the services with interment in Fairhaven Cemetery.
Minnella Evelyn Perry was born at Red Cloud, Nebr., on March 6, 1879, and passed away at her home at 929 W. Myrtle, Santa Ana, California, Feb. 11, 1962. She was united in marriage to Walter I. Patmor at Red Cloud. The made their home in Red Cloud for a few years, then moved to Santa Ana, Calif., where they had made their home until death. Mr. Patmor passed away a few years ago, and Mrs. Patmor, better known to everyone as Dollie, lived alone until death called her.
They were the parents of six children,
twin daughters passed away in infancy.
She was preceded in death by her husband,
twin daughters, three brothers, Creed, Lloyd and Harvey Perry
and one sister, Mollie Emerton. Left to mourn her passing
are three daughters, Mrs Leola Lutz, Santa Ana; Mrs. Edna Squires,
Tustin; and Vera Groover, Costa Mesa, and one son Oscar Patmor of Phoenix, Ariz. Eleven grandchildren, twenty-two great grandchildren. Interment was at Fairhaven Memorial Park at Santa Ana.
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