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Family of Noyes Otis BARTHOLOMEW and Elva Maud VEAZIE

Noyes Otis BARTHOLOMEW b. 1871 May 111551 at Mound City, KS1551. d. 1945 Aug 151551 at Chicago, IL1551. bd. Wyanet Cem., Bureau-Wyanet, IL1551.
Elva Maud VEAZIE b. 1873 Aug 254594 at Denver, CO4594. d. 1904 Jan 34421 at at home, Denver, CO4421. bd. Fairmont Cem., Denver, CO4594.

Married2508 1895 Feb 64422 at Topeka, KS4422.

Noyis(sic) Otis Bartholomew and Elva Maude Veazie Bartholomew are listed2508 on the birth certificate for Lola May Bartholomew. Family records4422, apparently written by Elva's mother provide the date and location of the marriage.

Noyes was born1551 May 11, 1871, in Mound City, KS, to Noyes E and Cornelia (Kellogg) Bartholomew. He attended Washburn College in Topeka, KS. He first married2508 4421 4422 Feb 5, 1895, Elva Maude Veazie. They had two children: Roy and Lola May.

Following Elva's death in 1904 at the age of 30, Noyes married4423 second, about 1907, Opal C ---, with whom he had 3 children: Noyes, Lloyd and Clara. In 1930, Noyes, Opal and two children Noyes and Clara, resided4496 in Milford, NH, where he was the pastor of a Congregational church. On Jul 1, 1931, Opal was granted a divorce3058 for reasons of "treatment seriously injuring health." At that time, Opal was (still) resident in Milford, NH, and Noyes resided in St Louis, MO. Noyes apparently married1551 third Lulu --, born ~1897 in Missouri, as she appears as his wife in the 1940 Elkader, Iowa, census, and his 1945 death index entry1551 lists a spouse "Lulu."

Noyes was a Congregational minister.

In 1880, Elva is enumerated as "Elva M." In 1885, she is listed as "Maude." Her death certificate4594 has "Elva Maud" Bartholomew. Her gravestone840 has "E. Maud" Bartholomew.

Elva died4594 at the age of 30y 4m 9d, on Jan 3, 1904, in Denver, Colorado, of myelitis, with a contributory cause of congested liver. She had suffered from the myelitis for about 4 months.

Child 1. Roy

Roy enlisted4497 in the Army on Apr 16, 1917, in Columbus, OH. He served44254497 in the First World War as a Private in Co D, 36th Infantry, and Mess Sergeant in Co. M, 73rd Infantry, 12th Division, NY. He did not serve overseas. He received an honorable discharge Jan 31, 1919, and apparently resided4497 in Rochester, NY. In 1920, Roy resided4498 with his aunt, his father's sister, Frances L Latham, and her husband and daughter, in Pleasanton, KS. He was a truck driver. He died4425 Jan 30, 1928.

Children of Noyes Otis BARTHOLOMEW and Elva Maud VEAZIE:

1. Roy O BARTHOLOMEW4423 b. 1899~4423 at Linwood, KS4497. d. 1928 Jan 304425. bd. Oak Hill Cem., Kirkwood, MO4425.
2. Lola May BARTHOLOMEW2508 b. 1900 Dec 132508 at Chicago, IL2508. d. 1980 Dec 11527 at Hemet, Riverside, CA92.
md. Arthur Cyril SCHMELTZ

92. Social Security Death Index
527. California Death Index, 1905-1939, 1940-1997;,
840. Gravestone inscriptions -
1551. Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947;,
1833. 1920 Fed Census NY, Monroe Co., Rochester;
2382. 1880 Fed Census CO, Huerfano Co., Precinct 6 (no incorp stated);
2386. 1885 State Census CO, Pueblo Co., Enumeration Dist 2;
2508. Illinois, Cook County Birth Certificates, 1871-1940;
3058. New Hampshire Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947;
4421. Obit - Bartholomew, Mrs Maud Veazie, The Topeka (KS) Daily Capitol, Thu, Jan 7, 1904;
4422. Veazie, Elva May Hewitt, family records apparently written by; in possession and courtesy of Beverly Cantrill, granddaughter of Elva May Hewitt Veazie
4423. 1910 Fed Census KS, Sedgwick Co., Wichita;
4425. U. S. Headstone Application for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 for Roy O Bartholomew;
4496. 1930 Fed Census NH, Hillsborough Co., Milford;
4497. Bartholomew, Roy C, New York, Abstracts of World War I Military Service, 1917-1919;
4498. 1920 Fed Census KS, Linn Co., Potosi Twp, Pleasanton;
4594. Bartholomew, Elva Maude Veazie, death certificate; courtesy Beverly Cantrill, Apr 29, 2016