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Family of Charles BROWN and Ida May GARDNER

Charles BROWN b. 1870 May5406 at Missouri2726. d. bef 19205408.
Ida May GARDNER b. 1872 Jan 12527 at Iowa2134. d. 1954 May 10527 at Los Angeles Co., CA527.

Married2726 1896 Jul 82726 at Los Angeles Co., CA2726. Ida M Gardner, a native of Iowa, and Charles Brown, a native of Missouri, were married2726 by W M Sterling, clergyman. Though circumstantial, it is probable that the Ida Gardner of that marriage record was the daughter of George Gardner and Anna S Vesey. I.e., in the 1910 census5407 and the 1930 census1674, Ida M Brown is listed as born in Iowa, and her parents born in New York and Ohio. Along with the birth year implied by her age in those records, that information coincides with the data for Ida Gardner of this profile.

Charles died sometime before 1920, as Ida M Brown is listed5408 in that census as a widow.

Ida May Brown died527 in Los Angeles Co., CA, May 10, 1954. That record provides her full birth date.

Child 1. Alta

On Jul 17, 1919, in Oakland, CA, Alta M Brown and "Julian D Evermonde" were married by Harry W Pulcifer, a justice of the peace of Oakland. In 1920, Alta, married with the surname DeEvermonde, status married, resided5408 with her mother. The 1920 census for San Francisco347, in the Presidio of San Francisco, Letterman General Hospital, is listed Julian De Evermonde, nothing listed in the relation column but perhaps a patient, age 25, born Russia, his parents listed as both born Germany, is listed as a soldier. Employment records for the Southern Pacific Railroad (www.ancestry.com) lists in pay records "Julian De Evermonde" as a dishwasher, aboard the steamer Comsy/Commsy in 1916 and 1917. No further information on either Julian De Evermonde or Alta Brown DeEvermonde.

Child 4. Earl

In 1940, Earl R Brown resided5409 with his mother in Pasadena. Residing with them were Dixie, Earl's wife; and Patricia, Robert and Roy Brown, (apparently) the children of Earl and Dixie.

Children of Charles BROWN and Ida May GARDNER:

1. Alta M BROWN5406 b. 1899 Jun5406 at California5406.
2. Roy G BROWN5407 b. 1904~5407 at Oregon5407.
3. Ray G BROWN5407 b. 1904~5407 at Oregon5407.
4. Earl R BROWN5407 b. 1909 Dec~5407 at California5407.


347. 1920 Fed Census CA, San Francisco Co., San Francisco; www.ancestry.com
527. California Death Index, 1905-1939, 1940-1997; www.ancestry.com, familysearch.org
1674. 1930 Fed Census CA, Los Angeles Co., Pasadena; www.ancestry.com
2134. 1880 Fed Census IA, Johnson Co., Graham; www.ancestry.com
2140. 1885 State Census KS, Bulter Co., Douglas; www.ancestry.com
2726. California County Marriages, 1850-1952; familysearch.org
5406. 1900 Fed Census CA, Los Angeles Co., Los Nietos; www.ancestry.com
5407. 1910 Fed Census CA, Los Angeles Co., Pasadena; www.ancestry.com
5408. 1920 Fed Census CA, Los Angeles Co., Pasadena Twp, Lamanda District; www.ancestry.com
5409. 1940 Fed Census CA, Los Angeles Co., Pasadena; www.ancestry.com