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Mrs Georgia Beatrice <I>Stribley</I> Wolfskill

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Mrs Georgia Beatrice Stribley Wolfskill

Birth
Washington County, Iowa, USA
Death
12 Dec 1918 (aged 29)
Colusa, Colusa County, California, USA
Burial
Gridley, Butte County, California, USA
Memorial ID
13075243 View Source

She was the daughter of Adolph and Francesca (Richerd) Stribley, born in Dublin (no longer extant), Washington County, Iowa.

Married in 1914 to George B. Wolfskill (place of death and interment unknown).
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Chico Enterprise, Tuesday Evening, November 10, 1914, pg 6 col 3: “Gridley Girl Is Bride of a Winters Man. Gridley, Butte Co., Nov. 10. – George B. Wolfskill of Winters and Georgia Stribley of Gridley were married here Sunday at the home of the bride’s parents.

“Wolfskill is quite well known in Yuba and Sutter counties, where he resided for months at a time. He at the present time holds a responsible position with the Earl Fruit Company. While employed by this fruit concern he has been transferred to various parts of the state, and it was during his short stay in Gridley that he met his fiancé. Wolfskill comes of a prominent pioneer Winters family. He is a brother of H.H. Wolfskill of Yuba City.

“The bride is a charming and attractive young woman of this place and is a member of the younger social set. They expect to make their home in Winters, where Wolfskill is at present located.”

She was the daughter of Adolph and Francesca (Richerd) Stribley, born in Dublin (no longer extant), Washington County, Iowa.

Married in 1914 to George B. Wolfskill (place of death and interment unknown).
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Chico Enterprise, Tuesday Evening, November 10, 1914, pg 6 col 3: “Gridley Girl Is Bride of a Winters Man. Gridley, Butte Co., Nov. 10. – George B. Wolfskill of Winters and Georgia Stribley of Gridley were married here Sunday at the home of the bride’s parents.

“Wolfskill is quite well known in Yuba and Sutter counties, where he resided for months at a time. He at the present time holds a responsible position with the Earl Fruit Company. While employed by this fruit concern he has been transferred to various parts of the state, and it was during his short stay in Gridley that he met his fiancé. Wolfskill comes of a prominent pioneer Winters family. He is a brother of H.H. Wolfskill of Yuba City.

“The bride is a charming and attractive young woman of this place and is a member of the younger social set. They expect to make their home in Winters, where Wolfskill is at present located.”


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