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 Almyra Isabella “Myra” <I>Jones</I> Rasmussen

Almyra Isabella “Myra” Jones Rasmussen

Birth
Sioux Valley, Jackson County, Minnesota, USA
Death 22 Sep 1961 (aged 80)
La Feria, Cameron County, Texas, USA
Burial San Benito, Cameron County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID 42158594 · View Source
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Parents are:
Oren Sherman Jones
Susan J "Susie" Dingwall

1st husband is John Clark Parks (of Illinois)
(Married in 1901 at Onawa, Iowa)

Children are;
William Oren Parks, m. Pearl Mae Duncan
Susan Lovina "Susie" Parks, m. James Harold Walker

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2nd husband is Ole Rasmussen (b. abt 1867)
(Married: December of 1920 in Nebraska)

"Myria Parks was in Omaha a week ago last Friday and when she returned home last Monday evening she sure surprised some of her friends by getting married to Ole Rasmussen of Madison, Wisconsin and last Tuesday evening a good crowd of friends got together and gave them a chivari. The boys sure got their treats. Mr. Rasmussen will do farming.
[Published in The Onawa Democrat, Jan. 13, 1921]

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There was a wedding at Onawa Wednesday that is of interest to Dickinson county people. At the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. John Dingwall, occurred the marriage of J. Parkes [Parks] and Miss Mira Jones. The bride is the daughter of O.S. Jones. She has spent all her life in Spirit Lake and on a farm near Lake Park.
Mira is a young lady of excellent character and will make a helpful wife and happy home. The groom is a prosperous young farmer of good standing. Mr. and Mrs. Parkes will make a home in Pender, Nebraska. Oren went down to Onawa to attend the the wedding and see that the young people were properly started in life.

[Marriage notice is published in the Spirit Lake Beacon, Spirit Lake, Iowa, March 8, 1901.]
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Ashton News

Myria Parks was in Omaha a week ago last Friday and when she returned she sure surprised some of her friends by getting married to Ole Rasmussen of Madison Wisconsin and last Tuesday Evening a good crowd of friends got together and gave them a chivari. The boys sure got their treats. Mr. Rasmussen will do farming.
[Published in the Onawa Weekly Democrat, Jan. 13, 1921)
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  • Added: 20 Sep 2009
  • Find A Grave Memorial 42158594
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Almyra Isabella “Myra” Jones Rasmussen (20 Nov 1880–22 Sep 1961), Find A Grave Memorial no. 42158594, citing Mont Meta Memorial Park, San Benito, Cameron County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by Just~Us Relatives (contributor 46978344) .