Nettie died February 25, 1949, in Emporia, and was laid to rest next to her first husband, Andy, in the Elmwood Cemetery. 11 of 21) 1920 United States Federal Census, 7 Jan, , Agnes City Twp., Lyon Co., KS (Roll T625_538, pp.
Apr 1980, Admire, Lyon Co., KS) She and Alvah farmed in Agnes City Twp., where in 1930 they were renting a farm, and in 1940 they owned their own farm, valued at 0, and brought in 0 in income. Sources: Family Records from Fern Stockton “Annual Appeal for Polio Fund Opens Today” in Schenectady Gazette, Iowa Marriages (1809-1992) Database Record of Nettie A. Frank (hosted at Family Search.org) Monfore, Fred H., (Yankton, SD: Privately Published, September 1954), p.
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After Andy’s death, Nettie removed to the Lyon County seat of Emporia, where she took in the five orphaned children of her sister, Orpha Stockton, after Orpha had died and Orpha’s husband, Clair, had been committed to the Topeka State Hospital. By 1954, they had settled in the nearby town of Gooding, living at 337 E. 13 of 124) 1925 Kansas State Agricultural Census, , Agnes City Twp., Lyon Co., KS (Roll KS1925_84, pp.
13 of 52) 1940 United States Federal Census, , Agnes City Twp., Lyon Co., KS (T627_1242, p.
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