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Re: Farm Laborer County Home

JACOB BIGLEY, AMY ANN LYLE BIGLEY

Posted By: susan virnala (email)
Date: 8/23/2017 at 16:14:39

In Response To: Farm Laborer County Home (Rose Wargo)

He was put there because Amy couldn't care for him anymore. He had diabetes pretty bad, from what I heard from other cousins. I also want to add Rosemary, that Amy didn't die in 1900. She was still around in the 1920 census as living with her daughter and son-in-law. The facts you can find in the census from certain years. She was not a biological brother or any blood relation to the Lyle family that I know of. She was their servant girl in the 1880 census. I am trying to put together in my own mind, just where they met and got her to be their servant girl. Either in Illinois or Iowa, I don't know. There are so many Emma Jennings in that time period.

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