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Zada Ellen Sears Link
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Birth: Jul. 8, 1883
Barber County
Kansas, USA
Death: Jul. 10, 1936
Mason City
Cerro Gordo County
Iowa, USA

"Mason City Globe-Gazette",
Mason City, Cerro Gordo Co., IA.,
Fri., 10 July, 1936, Page 5, Col.5
MRS. ZADA LINK DIES AT HOME
Funeral Services to be Held at 10
O'clock Saturday Morning
Mrs. Zada E. Link, 53, died at her home,
22 Monroe Avenue North west, Friday
morning at 7:20 o'clock following a
lingering illness.
She had resided in Mason City for the
past 20 years and was a member of
the Free Methodist church.
Mrs. Link was born July 8,1883 in Kansas.
Surviving Mrs. Link are her husband,
Conrad R. Link, three sons ,Emery,
Almon, and Seward, and two daughters,
Mildred and Maxine, all of Mason City.
Funeral services will be held at the
Randall funeral home at 10 o'clock
Saturday morning, with the Rev .
A.W. Schmidt in charge of services.
Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery.
The body was taken to the Randall
funeral home. 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Conrad Richard LInk (1880 - 1946)*
 
 Children:
  Rollie H. Link (1899 - 1903)*
  Seward LaVerne Link (1901 - 1983)*
  Wilma L. Link (1904 - 1921)*
  Almon Richard Link (1906 - 1979)*
  Clement Emery Link (1912 - 1997)*
  Maxine E. Dorr (1924 - 2002)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Memorial Park Cemetery
Mason City
Cerro Gordo County
Iowa, USA
 
Created by: Ted Crayne
Record added: Jul 19, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55166026
Zada Ellen <i>Sears</i> Link
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Zada Ellen <i>Sears</i> Link
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 Added: Aug. 17, 2010
 
 
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