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Idora S. Sebree Hays
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Birth: Jun. 15, 1907
Cole Camp
Benton County
Missouri, USA
Death: Mar. 9, 1961
Greene County
Missouri, USA

Ida was born in Cole Camp, Benton County, Missouri, the daugher of John S. and Laura Amanda "Amma" Foster Sebree. She was the last born of six children. Shortly after Ida's birth, her mother died of mysterious causes sitting in a chair in the yard of her home. She was taken in and raised by the Robert Stratton family after the death of her father three years later. Ida married Joseph Hays and they settled in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri. She and Joe never had any children. Joe passed away only a year before Ida. 
Family links: 
  John S Sebree (1841 - 1910)
  Laura A. Foster Sebree (1879 - 1907)
  Joseph Oliver Hays (1903 - 1960)
  Samuel Joseph Sebree (1869 - 1947)**
  Effie L. Sebree Whitworth (1872 - 1909)**
  Cora Susan Sebree Davis (1876 - 1951)**
  Mandy Zola Sebree Wheatley (1895 - 1926)*
  Martha Francis Sebree Wehmeyer (1896 - 1943)*
  John Sebree (1899 - 1899)*
  William Ervin "Willie" Sebree (1903 - 1922)*
  Edna Sebree (1906 - 1908)*
  Idora S. Sebree Hays (1907 - 1961)
*Calculated relationship
Greenlawn Memorial Gardens
Greene County
Missouri, USA
Created by: Earleen L. Sebree Hensle...
Record added: Nov 17, 2007
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Idora S. <i>Sebree</i> Hays
Added by: Earleen L. Sebree Hensley
Idora S. <i>Sebree</i> Hays
Added by: Earleen L. Sebree Hensley
Idora S. <i>Sebree</i> Hays
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Aunt Ida I have such wonderful memories of the many visits we had with you and Uncle Joe. Daddy would always say, when we would get close your house, OK! Aunt Ida, put the coffee pot on. I will never forget when you used the fly swatter on me for jumping...(Read more)
- Earleen L. Sebree Hensley
 Added: Nov. 17, 2007

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