Emoline was the daughter of John & Mary Ward West. She married Charles Andrew Bonham on July 26, 1860 in Monona Co, IA; they were divorced about 1878. Their children were: Washington Greeley, George Henry, Abigail Jane, Parilee Elizabeth & Ella May. She married Abraham Fiscus on February 22, 1882 in Onawa, Monona Co, IA. Their children were Edith May & Charles. They moved from Iowa to Blaine Co, Oklahoma sometime between 1896 and 1900.
She was married to George W. Young on 18 Oct 1916 in Watonga, Blaine Co, OK. He died prior to 1920.
Emoline West Fiscus was born in Coals county, Ill., on March 18th, 1844, departed this life on Dec. 19, 1921, reaching the age of 77 years, 9 months and 1 day. In the early part of her life she moved to Iowa with her parents, when in the year of 1860 she was united in marriage to Charles Bonham. To this union was born 8 children, three of whom with Mr. Bonham passed to their reward. She was married in the year of 1882 to Abe Fiscus, to this union was born two children, one of whom has preceded her to her reward. Mrs. Fiscus with her family came to Oklahoma near thirty years ago. Living in Blaine county, being one of the early settlers. Mr. Fiscus preceded her to her reward in the year 1902. The latter years of her life was spent with her children, making her home at the time of her death with her daughter, Mrs. Clark, on what is known as the Greenfield Farm, 11 miles southwest of Watonga. She is mourned by her surviving children, a number of grandchildren, a host of neighbors and friends. The remains were laid to rest in the Mount Pleasant cemetery by the side of her husband, Mr. Fiscus, on December 20. A mother has been taken while we mourn her loss. We leave her in the hands of a just God who doeth all things well. By a Friend. Watonga Republican.