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Kay Nell Stolle
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Birth: Jul. 18, 1954
Roosevelt County
New Mexico, USA
Death: Jul. 18, 1954
Roosevelt County
New Mexico, USA

Services for Mother and Baby

The infant daughter fo E.V. Stolle died at birth at 11:37, July 18 in the Roosevelt General Hospital. She weighted 9 lbs. 2 oz. and was named Kay Nell. Five hours later the mother, Alice Gertude Stolle died at 4:37.

Mrs. Stolle was bon in Williamson, Texas but has been a resident in Roosevelt county in the Mount Zion community for a number of years.

The survivors include the husband, E.V. Stolle and four children, Jack Wayne, 11, Ernest, 8, Alice Joyce, 6, and Justin Paul, 5, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie T. Lange and three sisters, Mrs. Gertie Falls, Mrs. Eddia Schwenka and Julia Lange and two brothers, Martin and Lynn. All the brother and sisters live in Taylor Texas.

Services were held in Wheeler Chapel at 10:00 this morning and the bodies will be taken to Taylor for burial.

(Portales - Tribune, July 20, 1954). 
Family links: 
  Ernest W Stolle (1900 - 1972)
  Alice Gertrude Lange Stolle (1916 - 1954)
  Ernest William Stolle (1945 - 2008)*
  Kay Nell Stolle (1954 - 1954)
*Calculated relationship
According to the official cemetery records, she was buried in the casket with her mother.

Taylor City Cemetery
Williamson County
Texas, USA
Plot: burial based on obituary
Created by: Elizabeth
Record added: Jun 22, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 92359348
Kay Nell Stolle
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- vickie smith hagedorn
 Added: Aug. 21, 2012

- Carolyn Andrighetti
 Added: Jul. 6, 2012

- Elizabeth
 Added: Jun. 22, 2012

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