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Moina Bell Sanders McFarland
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Birth: Mar. 16, 1888
Death: Aug. 15, 1975

Moina Bell was born to Lossen Parrot Sanders and Ellen Josephine Dixon at Tilton, Iowa. Her siblings were: Dora Pearl Sanders Hockey (1879-1970), Zelma Sanders Morey (1881-1950), Margaret Helena Sanders Porter (1884-1952), Leroy Harrison Sanders (1890-1980), and Holice Sanders Bessett (1892-1976). Moina married Joseph Eldridge McFarland 31 January 1907 in Onawa, IA. They farmed with various people, on shares, from Onawa to Salix, interspersed with several years spent in Minnesota and South Dakota. They had three children: Archie Eldridge (1908-1980), Ida Rebecca McFarland Hall Bradfield (1910-1971), and Dorothy Ellen McFarland Bradfield (1912-2003). 
Family links: 
  Lawson Parrott Sanders (1854 - 1938)
  Ellen Josephine Dixon Sanders (1858 - 1944)
  Joe Eldridge McFarland (1881 - 1943)
  Archie Eldridge McFarland (1908 - 1980)*
  Ida Rebecca McFarland Bradfield (1910 - 1970)*
  Dorothy E. McFarland Bradfield (1912 - 2003)*
  Dora Pearl Sanders Hockey (1879 - 1970)*
  Zelma Sanders Morey (1881 - 1950)*
  Margaret Helena "Helena" Sanders Porter (1884 - 1952)*
  Moina Bell Sanders McFarland (1888 - 1975)
  Leroy Harrison Sanders (1890 - 1980)*
*Calculated relationship
Sloan Cemetery
Woodbury County
Iowa, USA
Created by: Arlene McFarland
Record added: Mar 01, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24975863
Moina Bell <i>Sanders</i> McFarland
Added by: Arlene McFarland
Moina Bell <i>Sanders</i> McFarland
Added by: Arlene McFarland
Moina Bell <i>Sanders</i> McFarland
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 Added: Aug. 10, 2009

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