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Pauline June "Polly" Boully Geisler
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Birth: Apr. 10, 1914
Okfuskee County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Nov. 3, 1998
Wayne County
Michigan, USA

Pauline June "Polly" Boully was the baby of 10 children born to Charles Moreland and Sarah Arriva (Green) Boully.

Out of her 9 siblings, she was the only one that did not have a middle name. As the baby of the family, she said that she could pick her own middle name. She picked June, taking after her older sister Alma; thus, two June's in the same family.

Polly attended college for a while, but did not want to become a school teacher as 3 of her other sisters did. She went to beauty school and would later open her own shop in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

She married Walter Harry Reed. on 5 May 1936, in Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma. To this union, 2 children were born; Barbara Gayle and Harry Mack. The marriage ended in divorce in Mar 1945, Oklahoma.

On 24 Jan 1946, in Detroit, Wayne Co., Michigan, she married Herbert Laverne Palmer. To this union, 2 children were born; Sarah Mae and Paula Laverne. The marriage ended in divorce, 24 Jul 1959, Wayne Co., Michigan.

Pauline was a hard worker. After her divorce from Herbert, she worked 2-3 jobs per day, in order to provide the home that her children were used to. Polly finally found a good job at Michigan Bell Telephone Company where she worked for 25 years and retired.

On 3 Aug 1968, Wayne, Wayne Co., Michigan, she married Thomas Edward Geisler. They lived out their life together, loving, working and supporting each other.

Even though she was divorced from Herbert, they got along and made it easy for their children to have family functions together. Pauline was married to Tom, Herbert was married to his 4th wife Eleanor. The 4 of them would even get together for coffee and idle chat.

They all loved together and died together; On Jul 4 1998, Thomas passed away from cancer; on Sep. 13, 1998, Herbert passed away from Alzheimer's; On 3 Nov. 1998, Polly passed away after having a heart attack and on Nov. 29, 1998, Eleanor passed away from Alzheimer's. 
Family links: 
  Charles Moreland Boully (1865 - 1955)
  Sarah Arriva Green Boully (1875 - 1952)
  Walter H. Reed (1912 - 1988)
  Thomas Edward Geisler (1935 - 1998)
  Herbert Laverne Palmer (1917 - 1998)*
  William Bennett Boully (1893 - 1981)*
  Addlene Mell Boully Rawdon (1896 - 1923)*
  Alma June Henry (1898 - 1988)*
  Ida Velma Boully Sweet (1901 - 1995)*
  John Wesley Boully (1903 - 1977)*
  Grady Lee Boully (1906 - 1963)*
  Earl Luther Boully (1910 - 1989)*
  Helen Lena Boully Hale (1912 - 2011)*
  Pauline June Boully Geisler (1914 - 1998)
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Romulus Memorial Cemetery
Wayne County
Michigan, USA
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Record added: Apr 01, 2012
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Pauline June Polly <i>Boully</i> Geisler
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