Nov. 15, 1911 Sentinel Washita County Oklahoma, USA
Jun. 28, 1977 Phoenix Maricopa County Arizona, USA
Born in Oklahoma, Georgia was the eldest daughter of Park Bolon and Ida Murphy Bolon. Her father was an enterprising and busy man: a rancher who ran a car dealership and a hardware store, and he had built the most imposing building in the small town of Sentinel. In the building was his hardware store, as well as the Post Office and the town newspaper, "The Sentinel Newsboy". Her father had married Ida when he was thirty and she was only nineteen, and after three children were born, she left him. They were divorced in 1911 when Georgia was only seven. She and her brother and sister remained with her father. She attended the University of Oklahoma in 1930 and appears in the yearbook as a member of the sorority, Kappa Upsilon, but in 1931, she married Jesse Allen Frederick. Little is known about their early life, other than he was a skilled baseball player. In 1934, they had a son, and in 1935, they were living in Salt Lake City, and sometime thereafter they were divorced. She and her son likely lived with her father and it is known that they traveled west to Arizona with him and her siblings in about 1939. They lived at first on his ranch in Eloy, and then in a house in Phoenix. She married again 4 Oct 1940 to Lawrence Sinclair Brandon and for a while they were happy, but it too ended in divorce. She married three more times, always searching for the happiness which seems to have eluded her since her early abandonment. Her son was her success and he became a fine man. She passed away, still living at her Phoenix home in 1977.