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Mary Ida Pulsipher Alger
Original name: Mary Ida Pulsipher Alger
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Birth: Jan. 13, 1867
Saint George
Washington County
Utah, USA
Death: Nov. 7, 1943
Enterprise
Washington County
Utah, USA

 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Charles Pulsipher (1830 - 1915)
  Sariah Eliza Robbins Pulsipher (1838 - 1921)
 
 Spouse:
  Willard Edgar Alger (1862 - 1947)*
 
 Children:
  Edgar Alger (1885 - 1886)*
  Ella Alger Twitchell (1887 - 1970)*
  Edna Alger Cunningham (1889 - 1974)*
  Herbert Alger (1890 - 1963)*
  Mary Ida Alger Randall (1892 - 1979)*
  Willard Alger (1894 - 1931)*
  Lucile Alger Haley (1897 - 1965)*
  Alva Don Alger (1900 - 1981)*
  Charles Louis Alger (1902 - 1912)*
  John Alger (1903 - 1903)*
  Andrew J Alger (1905 - 1973)*
  Edrick Joseph Alger (1907 - 1911)*
  Jesse T Alger (1909 - 1992)*
 
 Siblings:
  Charles Pulsipher (1858 - 1931)*
  Frances Annie Pulsipher Miles (1860 - 1909)*
  Sariah Eliza Pulsipher Allen (1863 - 1946)*
  Mary Ida Pulsipher Alger (1867 - 1943)
  Florence Abby Pulsipher Hall (1878 - 1951)**
  Effie Pulsipher Larsen (1881 - 1935)**
  Jennie Pulsipher Mortensen (1887 - 1959)**
  Mary Julia Pulsipher Jones (1887 - 1979)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Enterprise City Cemetery
Enterprise
Washington County
Utah, USA
 
Maintained by: Daniel
Originally Created by: Utah State Historical So...
Record added: Feb 02, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 60357
Mary Ida <i>Pulsipher</i> Alger
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- Bradley
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