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Amelia K. Mayer Holdgrafer
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Birth: Jul. 29, 1901
Akron
Plymouth County
Iowa, USA
Death: Jan. 1, 1978, USA

Birthname: Amelia K. Mayer

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Husband: Henry Eugene Holdgrafer (DOB: 7-22-1900) married Nov. 22, 1922 in Stevens Co., MN. He was the son of Joseph Henry and Regina (Drummer) Holdgrafer of Jefferson Township, Marshall Co., IA

Children: Everett Joseph, Vernon F., Delmar, Eldon Henry, Robert Charles, Ronald Jerome, Delores Ann, and Gary Edward Holdgrafer

Amelia (Mayer) Holdgrafer was born July 29, 1901 in Akron, Plymouth Co., IA.

On Nov. 22, 1922 she was married to Henry E. Holdgrafer. They had eight known children and lived in Peppertown Township, Stevens Co., MN where they farmed. She passed away Jan. 1, 1978.

She was survived by sons, Delmar Holdgrafer, Ronald Holdgrafer, Gary Holdgrafer; and daughter, Delores Jackson.

She was preceded in death by husband, Henry Holdgrafer in 1968; sons, Eldon Holdgrafer in 1934, Robert Holdgrafer in 1947, Everett Holdgrafer in 1975 and Vernon Holdgrafer in 1975.
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Henry Eugene Holdgrafer (1900 - 1968)*
 
 Children:
  Everette J Holdgrafer (1923 - 1975)*
  Vernon F Holdgrafer (1925 - 1975)*
  Delmar Albert Holdgrafer (1928 - 2002)*
  Eldon Henry Holdgrafer (1933 - 1934)*
  Robert Charles Holdgrafer (1936 - 1947)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Theresia Cemetery
Donnelly
Stevens County
Minnesota, USA
 
Created by: Lauri Z
Record added: Oct 19, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 118941422
Amelia K. <i>Mayer</i> Holdgrafer
Added by: Jill Gagner
 
 
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