|Birth: ||Jul. 10, 1884|
Maude Blanch Wilkerson Boiles was born in Arkansas. Dad said she was born 10 July 1884 and Uncle Damon said 10 July 1880 so not sure. She had 2 sisters: Grace and Roxanne and one brother that I know of Guy Wilkerson. Her father was a preacher. She was a fabulous cook and housekeeper. She won prizes at the fair for her jellies, pickles and pies. Her son also sold them in his grocery store. She had a fabulous garden and also raised chickens which she killed herself and froze. She once ran a boarding house during the depression. I believe she had 6 children and they were all boys. One son died at birth. I think his name was Johnny.
Her picture is here on the far right. Her son Charles Lafayette Boiles is here with his wife Pearl Webb Boiles. We also called Charles "Uncle Dutch" as he was so blond when very young I was told.
Aaron Boiles (1880 - 1968)*
Charles L Boiles (1910 - 1995)*
Joseph Lavaugh Boiles (1915 - 2004)*
Damon J. Boiles (1918 - 2007)*
James Boiles (1921 - 2004)*
Memorial Park Cemetery
Plot: Section 3
Created by: Alice Boiles Wells
Record added: Apr 24, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10849223
Some of the notes let here for Grandma have been lost and I don't know how. Can things be retrieved from archives?|
Alice Boiles Wells
Added: Jun. 3, 2015
Added: Feb. 10, 2012
. I think you are pretty close on Grandma and Grandpas dates, I can still remember grandma having chickens in the back yard... Great dill pickles back in the back rooms... and Chicken and dumplings.. HMMM. another of your Grandchildren's remembrances...o...(Read more)|
Added: Dec. 23, 2011
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