Cleo Claude DaVault

M, b. 5 March 1907, d. 25 May 1989
     Cleo Claude DaVault was also known as "Beadie". He was born on 5 March 1907 at Pratt Co. (probably), KS. He was the son of Claude Samuel DaVault and Mary Myrtle Sewell. Cleo Claude DaVault lived on 1 March 1925 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, age 18, unmarried, living with his parents.

The Pratt Republican, Pratt, Kansas; Thursday, 06 APR 1922, page 1; (Newspapers.com):

Made Money Trapping
Buehl and Cleo Davault, the two sons of Claude Davault being 14 and 16 years of age cleared $265.00 in six weeks of trapping this winter and did not miss any school while doing it. They caught Musk rats only. They used 25 traps and it required some grit to get up on cold mornings at 5 o'clock and make the rounds of the traps but it paid and the boys stuck to it.1

He married Alice Katherine Kuntz; no record found of either this marriage or the subsequent divorce -- there may or may not have been a legal marriage or divorce. Both Cleo and Alice were listed on the March 1925 Kansas state census, unmarried and living in their respective parents' households. Alice was listed on the 1930 federal census, Fairview, Oklahoma, marital status "D". Cleo is not clearly listed on the 1930 census, but I believe the 23 year-old man indexed as "Crew" with a scratched out surname, and single, listed on the 1930 census of Pratt, Kansas, was in fact Cleo Davault. The birth location of his mother is incorrectly shown as Illinois, but that may have been an erroneous belief by him or another person who gave the information. DLB 2023.2,3

Cleo Claude DaVault and Alice Katherine Kuntz were divorced before April 1930; if they were ever legally married. Cleo Claude DaVault lived on 10 April 1940 at Valley Twp., Pratt Co., KS, farming.4 He lived in 1942 at 901 South Pine Street, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, WW II draft registration. He married Irene Ruth Long. Cleo Claude DaVault lived on 10 April 1950 at Valley Twp., Pratt Co., KS, farm worker.4 Occupation: Owner/operator of Beadie's Place. He died on 25 May 1989 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, at age 82

Obituary – Wichita Eagle-Beacon, Kansas; Saturday, May 27, 1989; page 3d:

PRATT --Cleo C. DaVault, 82, retired Beadie's Place owner & operator, died Thurdsay, May 25, 1989. Service 3 p.m. today, Greenlawn Cemetery.

Survivors: wife, Irene; son, Dace of Sawyer; daughter, Nancy Kizzire of Pratt; brother, Buel of Arlington, Texas, Jack of Wichita, Billy of Pratt; two grandchildren. Memorial has been established with Greenlawn Cemetery fund. Larrison Mortuary.

He was buried in May 1989 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76140605.

Children of Cleo Claude DaVault and Alice Katherine Kuntz

Child of Cleo Claude DaVault and Irene Ruth Long

Citations

  1. [S5687] Microfilm Image, Schedule 1, page 24, Dwelling 190, Family 206, Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1925 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: KS1925_118.
  2. [S5690] 1930 Federal Census, Major County, Oklahoma. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll ; FHL #2341648.
  3. [S2053] 1930 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T62, Roll 715; FHL #2340450.
  4. [S5688] 1950 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA NAID #43290879, Roll 3838.

Dace Duane DaVault

M, b. 23 September 1950, d. 20 July 2015
     Dace Duane DaVault was born on 23 September 1950 at Pratt Co., KS. He was the son of Cleo Claude DaVault and Irene Ruth Long. Dace Duane DaVault lived in 1995 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS. He died on 20 July 2015 at Pratt Co., KS, at age 64

Obituary -- Hutchinson News, Hutchinson, Kansas; Wednesday, 22 JUL 2015; (online, Genealogybank.com):

Dace D. DaVault
PRATT – Dace D. DaVault, 64, died July 20, 2015. He was born Sept. 23, 1950, to Cleo (Beadie) and Irene (Long) DaVault. He married Janie Bird June 30, 1981. She survives. Book signing 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Memorial Service 2 p.m. Friday at Larrison Mortuary, Pratt. Memorials to Cancer Care of Kansas or South Wind Hospice.


Note: Emporia Gazette, Emporia, Kansas; Tuesday, 19 SEP 1972; page 14; (Newspapers.com):

DACE DAVAULT
Dace has been with John North for a month, but has three years experience as an aircraft mechanic. He is a member of the American Legion and the Elks (B.P.O.E. 1451). His hobbies include flying and motorcycling. Dace lives in Americus and is a member of the Methodist Church.     


The Hutchinson News; Wednesday, 10 Jan 1973; page 25; (Newspapers.com):

Told Truth; 'Drugs' Just Vitamin Pills

County Attorney Porter Brown has dismissed a felony drug complaint after he learned the defendant had told the truth at his arraignment in magistrate court.

Dace DaVault, 22, who gave his address as Americus, told Judge Elmer Goering in December that the capsules he was accused of selling weren't amphetamines as alleged in the complaint.

Tested in Lab

"They're only vitamin pills," DaVault was quoted as saying.

Brown said the capsules did in fact turn out to be vitamin pills. Results of an analysis at the Kansas Bureau of Investigation laboratory were learned some time after the arraignment.

The county attorney said DaVault had been told by a friend that passing off vitamin pills for drugs was an easy way to make money. The selling price was $1 a capsule, he said.

Sold 200 Capsules

DaVault was arrested in December after he sold 200 capsules to an undercover agent in a pre-arranged location in Hutchinson.

Sheriff's officers waited outside the location and entered on a signal pre-arranged with the undercover agent.

Brown said he decided against filing a fraud charge against DaVault.

David Gregory Davault

M, b. 26 July 1942, d. 5 June 1999
     David Gregory Davault was born on 26 July 1942 at San Diego, San Diego Co., CA. He was the son of Duncan Elwood Davault and Helen Louise Gregory. David Gregory Davault married Diane Marie Thorburn on 23 February 1962 at El Cajon, San Diego Co., CA. David Gregory Davault died on 5 June 1999 at Estacada, Clackamas Co., OR, at age 56

OBITUARY -- San Diego Union-Tribune - June 13, 1999:

David G. Davault passed away in Estacada, Oregon, June 5, 1999 at age 56, of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. David was born and lived in East San Diego County, moved to Oregon in 1981 where he owned and operated a Long Haul Trucking Co. Survivors include his wife, Diane, sons Doug & Geoff, granddaughter Hillary, all of Oregon, sisters Bobbi Evans of Valley Center, CA, Phoebe Davault of Ramona, CA.

Family suggests memorial donations to Willamette Falls Hospice, Clackamas County Special Olympics
or favorite charity.

Dean Walter Davault1

M, b. 2 September 1921, d. 25 April 2011
     Dean Walter Davault was born on 2 September 1921 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS.1 He was the son of Walter Albert Davault and Jennie Ethel Cromer.1 Dean Walter Davault lived on 11 April 1940 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, with his uncle Tom Davault, delivery boy on milk truck. He was serving in 1951 in the U.S. Air Force, per Wichita city directory. He married Forence Pauline Basham circa 1965, Florence first married Wilbur Arthur Davis, by AUG 1947, with whom she had three children, and second was married to Orville Foy Harris, before she married Dean Davault.

Dean Walter Davault and Forence Pauline Basham were divorced before September 1973. Dean Walter Davault married Georgie Ellen Wood, daughter of George Terry Wood and Clara Mabel Wade, on 2 September 1973 at Elko, Elko Co., NV, Georgie was first married to David R. Boomer in 1939 at Scott County, Missouri, and had a son and two daughters with him. They divorced in 1973. Dean Walter Davault died on 25 April 2011 at Elkhorn Healthcare and Rehabilitation, Clancy, Jefferson Co., MT, at age 89. He was cremated in 2011 at Big Sky Cremations, Martinsdale, Meagher Co., MT, per death certificate.

Citations

  1. [S1840] 1930 Federal Census, Sedgwick County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 712; FHL #2340456.

Donald Eugene Davault

M, b. 15 October 1938, d. 22 February 1973
     Donald Eugene Davault was born on 15 October 1938 at Missouri. He was the son of Dorsey Samuel Davault and Loretta Powell. Donald Eugene Davault married Ruth Annette Potter on 20 August 1960 at Brentwood Congregational Church, Brentwood, St. Louis Co., MO; St. Louis Globe-Democrat, St. Louis, Missouri; Sunday, August 28, 1960; Page 30 (Newspapers.com):

Ruth Potter wed to Mr. Davault

Miss Ruth Annette Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford F. Potter, 8926 Lawn ave., Brentwood, and Donald Eugene Davault exchanged wedding vows the evening of Aug. 20 at Brentwood Congregational Church. The Rev. Joe Sandven officiated in a setting of greenery and white gladioli, and afterward there was a reception in the church hall.

The former Miss Potter wore a white embroidered gown over peau de soie and a pearl-embellished crown to secure her veil. Her bouquet of white carnations encircled orchids.

Mrs. Anthony West, the bride's only attendant, wore a blue frock and held yellow carnations. Mr. Davault, son of Mrs. Loretta Davault, 7641 Flora ave., Maplewood, chose Mr. West for his best man. Ushers were Gordon Nishimoto and Richard Sparks.

Donald Eugene Davault died on 22 February 1973 at Missouri at age 34. Cause of death: suicide by asphyxiation. He was buried in 1973 at Oak Hill Cemetery, Kirkwood, St. Louis Co., MO, Findagrave #69071149. Headstone shared with his mother.
Note: After Donald's death, the children were placed in foster homes.

Dora Maude Davault1

F, b. 6 June 1890, d. 21 April 1965
     Dora Maude Davault was born on 6 June 1890 at Bourbois Twp., Gasconade Co. (probably), MO.1 She was the daughter of James Canny Davault and Jane Medley.1 Dora Maude Davault lived on 7 June 1900 at Bourbois Twp., Gasconade Co., MO.1 She married Oscar James Watson on 8 January 1909 at Redbird, Gasconade Co., MO. Dora Maude Davault died on 21 April 1965 at Turon, Reno Co., KS, at age 74.

Children of Dora Maude Davault and Oscar James Watson

Citations

  1. [S5702] 1900 Federal Census, Gasconade County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 855; FHL #1240855.
  2. [S2045] 1910 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 453; FHL #1374466.
  3. [S2051] 1920 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 545.
  4. [S3516] 1930 Federal Census, Reno County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 716; FHL #2340451.
  5. [S2053] 1930 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T62, Roll 715; FHL #2340450.

Dorothy Davault1

F, b. 20 April 1917, d. 1 March 2011
     Dorothy Davault was born on 20 April 1917 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS.1 She was the daughter of Frederick Adolph Davault and Alma Sue Dyerly.1 Dorothy Davault married Dwight Theodore DeVoss Sr., son of Joseph A. DeVoss and Maybell Elizabeth Baumgartner, in 1935. Dorothy Davault lived on 2 April 1940 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS.2 She lived in 1961 at 909 South Pine Street, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Kansas state census. She died on 1 March 2011 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, at age 93. She was buried in March 2011 at Sunset Cemetery, Cullison, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #66402363.

Children of Dorothy Davault and Dwight Theodore DeVoss Sr.

Citations

  1. [S2051] 1920 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 545.
  2. [S2050] 1940 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1252.

Dorsey Samuel Davault1

M, b. 11 September 1899, d. 24 August 1959
     Dorsey Samuel Davault was born on 11 September 1899 at Johnson Twp., Maries Co., MO.1 He was the son of William Robert Davault and Martha Victoria Cox.1 Dorsey Samuel Davault began military service WW I service, U.S. Army. He married Mary Moseley on 22 November 1919 at Clayton, St. Louis Co., MO. Dorsey Samuel Davault married Loretta Powell; this marriage was apparently short-lived -- by 1942, on his WW II draft registration, Dorsey gave "Pauline" as his next-of-kin. Dorsey Samuel Davault lived on 23 April 1940 at Bonhomme Twp., St. Louis Co., MO, with his parents in-law, filling station proprietor.2 He lived in 1942 at Baden Station, St. Louis, St. Louis Co., MO, WW II draft registration. He died on 24 August 1959 at Lebanon, Leclede Co., MO, at age 59. Cause of death: heart attack. He was buried in August 1959 at Southard Cemetery, Maries Co., MO, Findagrave #169557418.

Child of Dorsey Samuel Davault and Maude Amy Charles

Child of Dorsey Samuel Davault and Loretta Powell

Citations

  1. [S5164] 1900 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 874; FHL #1240874.
  2. [S2265] 1940 Federal Census, St. Louis County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Rolls 2147 - 2154.

Duncan Elwood Davault

M, b. 11 May 1912, d. 6 March 1989
     Duncan Elwood Davault was born on 11 May 1912 at Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK. He was the son of Bruce Thomas Davault and Gertrude Dunkin. Duncan Elwood Davault was educated at University of Oklahoma, Norman, Cleveland Co., OK. He married Helen Louise Gregory, daughter of Walter Theodore Gregory and Gertrude E. McCortney, on 4 September 1936. Occupation: Was in business in El Cajon and San Diego, later employed by the county as a Tax Appraiser. Duncan Elwood Davault died on 6 March 1989 at San Diego, San Diego Co., CA, at age 76. He was buried in March 1989 at Greenwood Cemetery, San Diego, San Diego Co., CA.

Children of Duncan Elwood Davault and Helen Louise Gregory

Edith Jane DaVault

F, b. 27 November 1928, d. 29 May 2018
     Edith Jane DaVault was born on 27 November 1928 at Pratt Co., KS. She was the daughter of Valentine Franklin DaVault and Lucy Elizabeth Beal. Edith Jane DaVault lived on 5 April 1940 at Richland Twp., Pratt Co., KS.1 She married Clyde Lendon Riegel. Edith Jane DaVault died on 29 May 2018 at Grand Junction, Mesa Co., CO, at age 89

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Edith Jane Riegel
Nov 27, 1928 - May 29, 2018

Edith Jane Riegel died in Glenwood Springs, Colorado on May 29, 2018. She was born to Volentine and Lucy DaVault in Pratt, Kansas on November 27, 1928.

Edith grew up in Lamar, Colorado, and started working as a telephone operator there at the age of 16 for Mountain Bell. Loving technology, she was happiest with a phone in her hand and a computer nearby. (shown in picture).

She married the love of her life, Clyde L. Riegel
In 1976 they moved to Glenwood Springs, Colorado where they lived until 1996. She retired after 53 years, and then worked at Hotel Jerome in Aspen, and Silver Tree Hotel in Snowmass Village.

They later moved to St. George, Utah, where they spent 10 years before returning to Grand Junction in 2007.

After Clyde’s passing in 2010, Edith returned to the Glenwood area. Spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were the bright spot in her life and meant everything to her.

Her family deeply misses her and will cherish the memories and unconditional love she shared with us. She will forever be remembered for her ability to make everyone laugh, her kind and loving heart, and her beautiful smile.

Edith is preceded in death by her Husband Clyde three brothers and one sister.

She is survived by her sons, Gary Riegel of Grand Junction, CO and Darrell Riegel of Eckert, CO; daughters, Diana Anderson of Rifle, CO; Janet Taylor of Conifer, CO; Sister, Maxine Palmer of Haysville, KS; 11 grandchildren, 28 great grandchildren, and 5 great-great grandchildren.

The family would prefer no flowers be delivered please. In lieu of flowers, you can make a donation in Edith's name to a charity of your choice.

She was buried in 2018 at Memorial Gardens, Grand Junction, Mesa Co., CO, Findagrave #190271489.

Citations

  1. [S2050] 1940 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1252.

Edith Marie DaVault

F, b. 10 February 1891, d. February 1974
     Edith Marie DaVault was born on 10 February 1891. She was the daughter of Alfred DaVault and Elizabeth Gardner. Edith Marie DaVault married Thomas Irwin Tritch on 29 November 1928 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO;

Davault -- Tritch Wedding

One of the prettiest weddings of this season was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs M. G. lavender in New Florence, Mo., Thursday morning at 11:30 a. m. November 29, 1928 only the immediate relatives and a few friends being present. The wedding march played by Mrs. Lavender, a sister of the bride ushered in the bridal party who were accompanied by H. H. Davault and Miss Lillian Davault, brother and sister of the bride, and under the vine and flower wreathed archway of the reception hall, Rev. J. A. Medley impressively united, Irwin Tritch and Edith Marie Davault in the holy bonds of matrimony using the very beautiful Medhodist ritual and ring service. After many loving congratulations the guests were escorted to the dining room where a tempting Thanksgiving Day luncheon, served from a handsomely appointed table, bright and fragrant with lovely caranations and ferns was much enjoyed. A social hour in the parlors then followed. The bride one of our sweetest girls, wore a simple and attractive costume of heavy tan crepe satin without ornaments save the lovely pink roses tied with white ribbon, which she carried. Miss Lillian Davault wore a becoming costume of the same material as the bride's only in a deeper shade. The groom and his attendant were faultlessly attired for the occasion.

Miss Edith is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Davault of this city, has a host of relatives and friends in this community an accomplished musician, an earnest and sincere ... possessed of a sweet and sunny disposition, a warm friend and a devoted member of the home circle, she will be missed from among her friends but these lovely attributes will make her a delightful companion for the husband she has chosen, who is well worthy of his bride. He is a young man of ability, is honored and esteemed by his friends and business associates for his many good qualities and holds a lucrative position in the passenger department of the Wabash R. R. Co.

At 1:30 p. m. with a gay party of friends they motored to Wellsville where the happy couple embarked on their wedding journey which included Chicago, Detroit, points in Canada. After their return they will reside in St. Louis. Many beautiful gifts and good wishes for future happiness and prosperity were showered upon the young couple. Those who were so delightfully entertained on this occasion by Mr. and Mrs. Lavender were: Rev. J. A. Medley and wife, Alfred Davault and wife, Alfred Davault, Jr. and wife of Oakland, Calif., Mrs. Fanchion Waller of St. Louis, H. H. Nunnelly, wife and son Davault, H. H. Davault and wife, Addison Bishop, wife and daughters, Alice Jeanette and Wilma Pearl, Mrs. Angie Pemberton and Harold Lavender.

A Friend.

Note: no children.

Edith Marie DaVault lived at St. Louis; later Mexico, Audrain Co., MO. She was buried in 1974 at New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. She died in February 1974.

Edwin Lee Davault

M, b. 28 January 1870, d. 20 October 1939
     Edwin Lee Davault was born on 28 January 1870 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. He was the son of Frederick Davault and Margaret Ellen McCleary. Edwin Lee Davault married Eugenia Brown Garrett, daughter of Benjamin Garrett and Elizabeth Ellis, on 18 November 1896; Davault -- Garrett

Wednesday evening Nov. 18th a pretty wedding was solemnized at the cozy home of Mr and Mrs B F Garrett. The contracting parties being their only daughter, Eugenia Brown and Edwin Lee Davault. At 7:30 the bridal party entered the tastefully decorated parlor to the melodious strains of the wedding march rendered by Miss Alice Cardwell. The bride and groom were preceded by four young men, Pate Young, Jack Garrett, T. L. Cardwell Bruce Davault and four you ladies Misses Duffy, Goddin, Emma Davault and Lella Hatchett, who arranged themselves on either side the center of the crowded parlor forming an aisle up which the couple advanced till they stood directly under a handsome wedding bell of ferns and chrysanthemums, the clapper of which swayed to and fro with every breath as though singing out a gladsome prophesy for the future of the young pair. Here they were united by Rev J T McDonald, who in a very brief but impressive ceremony pronounced them man and wife. Without waiting for congratulations the newly wedded pair led the way to the dining room where an excellent supper of three courses were served. While the happy guests, about 70 in number, were satisfying the demands of the inner man with the delicious viands the eye was being feasted upon the beautiful table decorations, consisting of festoons of smilax and white chrysanthemums dropped from the center of the ceiling to every corner of the table on which were arranged pretty doilies, fruits, ferns, etc. The bride always pretty and attractive, never looked so handsome as when attired in an eloquent cloth dress of ashes of roses, trimmed in ribbon and chiffon and holding in her hand a point lace handkerchief and a boquet of white chrysanthemums tied with ribbon, she took the vows of wifehood.

A number of useful presents were received: Set of dishes, Lineaus M Garrett; Dresden clock, Alf Davault and wife, John Knox and wife; marble clock, Charlie Wilson, wife and Pate Young; carving set, Nettie Goddin; table linen, Mrs F Davault table linen, Mr and Mrs Wagoner; silver pick holder, Laura Kirtly; sugar spoon, Mattie Kuhne; silver napkin ring, Lizzie and Emma Davault $5, F Davault; rug, W G Garrett; rug W H Knox and wife; silver berry spoon, Jos McCleary and family; lamp, Joe and Ock Garrett; knives, forks and spoons, B F Garrett: tea spoons, Bruce Davault and Jack Garrett; tea spoons, Abe Davault and family; desert knives, C A Bass and family; cut glass tumblers, Mrs N M Garrett; dolies, Mrs Clark Morris movable clock, W H and J A Garrett; vase, Alice Cardwell; salid fork J F Ball and wife; pearl handle fruit knives, M A Grisham and wife; dresser and wash stand set, Annie Duffy; salt and peppers, Misses Hatchett; cake and pie knife, C A Davault and wife; berry set Annie Janssen; glass tea set, Tillie Millikan; pair towels, Riley Grisham; pair towels, Mrs McDonald: tray cloth, Emma Davault; granite ware, Mr and Mrs Phaff, pitcher, L Phillips; butter knife Grace Gardner and Mary Taylor; fine chickens, Mrs Marlow; flour bin, Mrs B E Wilson. Guests.


WEDDING ARTICLE #2

Ed Davault and Miss Eugenia Garrett Married Wednesday Evening.

A very pretty wedding occurred at the home of B F Garrett's two miles east of this place Wednesday eve, when Miss Eugenia, the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Garrett was united in marriage to Edward L Davault. Rev J T McDonald sealed the weding vows in very short but earnest manner.

The couple was conducted into the parlor by four couples: Pate Young, Lella Hatchett; Jack Garrett, Emma Davault; Bruce Davault, Nettie Goddin; Fayette Cardwell, Anna Duffy. The young men preceeded the young ladies into the parlor, the latter coming in and taking positions aside the young men. Mr. Davault and bride stood beneath a beautiful bell made of ferns and chrysantheums.

Miss Eugenia wore a suit of silver gray trimmed in ribbon of same shade and carried a large bunch of chrysantheums. Mr. Davault was attired in black, gloves and wore a button boquet of chrysantheums.

The dining room and table was very attractively trimmed. The delicacis prepared for the occasion were fully enjoyed.

Ed and wife came to town that night and occupied their home which had been previously prepared for them.

The LEADER only wishes for them the best and brightest side of life.

Edwin Lee Davault lived at Tulsa, Oklahoma City, and then, Riverside Co., CA. He died on 20 October 1939 at Riverside, Riverside Co., CA, at age 69 OBITUARY - The Daily Enterprise, Riverside, California
Funeral Held for Edwin L. Davault
Edwin L. Davault, who saw service in the United States postal department and whose son, Roy Davault is now on the staff of Riverside postoffice was buried yesterday afternoon in Olivewood cemetery following funeral services in the M. H. Simons chapel. Rev. Paul J. Kluth of Grace Methodist church officiated at the rites. Mr Davault had been a member of the official board of this church for a number of years.
Born in New Florence, Mo., Mr. Davault grew up there and married Eugenia Garret there in 1896. Besides his years of service for the U. S. mail, Mr. Davault was a farmer and stock dealer. He lived some time in Tulsa, Okla., where he was in the mercantile business. Coming to Riverside in 1921, Mr. Davault operated the Eight street market at Sedgwick street for three years before he retired to take care of his citrus acreage exclusively at 1906 Blaine street where he resided at the time of his death. He was 69. Pall bearers were W. H. McCurdy, J. H. McDermott, F. M. Lindsley, J. H. Simonson, A. L. Lawrence and P. A. Handley, all members of Grace church.
Surviving Mr. Davault is addition to his wife and son is a brother Emmet C. Davault of Santa Ana.

OBITUARY #2
E. L. Davault Dead
Relatives and friends were saddened Friday when a message came telling of the death of E. L. Davault, at his home in Riverside, Calif. Ed was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davault, was born and grew to manhood at this place. As a boy and young man he was loved by all for the sterling qualities he possessed. He was united in marriage to Miss Eugenia Garret of this place and to this union one son, Roy was born. After leaving New Florence the family resided for a nimber of years in Oklahoma City, Ok., later moving to Riverside, Calif., where they have lived for many years. Surviving are his wife and son, Roy. one brother, E. C. Davault, of Santa Ana, Calif., and many relatives.
Funeral services were held at Riverside Saturday afternoon, burial was at that place. We join the relatives and friends at this place in extending sympathy to the bereaved family.

Child of Edwin Lee Davault and Eugenia Brown Garrett

Effie Forence Davault

F, b. 16 December 1901, d. 27 February 1960
     Effie Forence Davault was born on 16 December 1901 at Maries Co., MO. She was the daughter of William Robert Davault and Martha Victoria Cox. Effie Forence Davault married Jesse Earl Scott on 8 June 1926 at St. Charles, St. Charles Co., MO; Effie remarried on 22 OCT 1946 at St. Louis to Edwin Vandiver Franklin (1904-1987), son of William and Mamie (Heater) Franklin. Effie Forence Davault lived on 11 April 1930 at 5621 Wells Avenue, St. Louis, MO.1 She and Jesse Earl Scott were divorced before 22 October 1946. Effie Forence Davault died on 27 February 1960 at Wellston, St. Louis Co., MO, at age 58. She was buried in 1960 at Laurel Hill Memorial Gardens, Pagedale, St. Louis Co., MO, Findagrave #148130756.

Children of Effie Forence Davault and Jesse Earl Scott

Citations

  1. [S1619] 1930 Federal Census, Saint Louis Independent City, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 1227 - 1246; FHL #2340962 - 80.

Eliena Louisa Davault1

F, b. 28 March 1865, d. 1 July 1926
     Eliena Louisa Davault was also known as "Lou".2 She was born on 28 March 1865 at Gasconade or Maries Co., MO.1,3 She was the daughter of Jacob Davault and Sarah A. Moore.1 Eliena Louisa Davault married Joseph Milburn Mundy, son of William Preston Mundy and Mary Ann Ailes, on 18 May 1891 at Crawford Co., MO, Joseph's obituary shows 17 MAY. Eliena Louisa Davault lived on 18 June 1900 at Steelville, Crawford Co., MO, farming.2 She died on 1 July 1926 at Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 61

Obituary -- Gasconade County Republican, Owensville, Missouri; Friday, 9 JUL 1926, p.1 (Newspapers.com):

-- Mrs. Louisa E. Mundy, mother of Mrs. A. L. Branson of Owensville and of Miss Pearl Mundy, who formerly worked in the shoe factory and was well known here, died in the state of California last Thursday night. Mrs. Mundy was born March 28, 1865; died July 1, 1926, her age being 61 years, 3 months, and 3 days. Her remains were shipped to her home at Cuba, where burial took place Tuesday, July 7, Rev. J. S. Arvin of Owensville conducting the funeral services. Mrs. Mundy with her daughter, Miss Pearl, had been visiting her son in California.

She was buried on 7 July 1926 at Kinder Cemetery, Cuba, Crawford Co., MO, Findagrave #96835782.

Children of Eliena Louisa Davault and Joseph Milburn Mundy

Citations

  1. [S1283] 1870 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 791; FHL #552290.
  2. [S3554] 1900 Federal Census, Crawford County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 851; FHL #1240851.
  3. [S5168] 1880 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 702; FHL #1254702.
  4. [S299] 1910 Federal Census, Crawford County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 778; FHL #1374791.

Elijah C. DaVault

M, b. 9 June 1839, d. 24 October 1843
     Elijah C. DaVault was born on 9 June 1839 at Montgomery Co., MO. He was the son of Henry DaVault and Mary Virginia Smith Maughs. Elijah C. DaVault died on 24 October 1843 at Montgomery Co., MO, at age 4. He was buried on 30 October 1895 at Section 2, Block 56, New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO, moved to New Florence Cemetery from original burial in the Davault family burial plot across the road from the Peter Davault home/tavern.

Elinor C. DaVault

F, b. 29 January 1910, d. 1987
     Elinor C. DaVault was born on 29 January 1910 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS. She was the daughter of Bruce Everett DaVault and Frances Henrietta Vanderpool. Elinor C. DaVault married Matthew Earl Carlisle. Elinor C. DaVault lived in 1958 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA, California, U.S., Voter Registrations, 1900-1968 (Ancestry.com.) She lived in 1968 at California, per her father's obituary. Elinor and Matthew are also listed in undated public listings living at Rossville, Kansas, probably in the 1970s and 1980s. She died in 1987 at Pratt Co. (probably), KS. She was buried in 1987 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76140145.

Eliza Catherine Davault

F, b. 29 December 1846, d. 17 September 1941
     Eliza Catherine Davault was born on 29 December 1846 at Sullivan Co., TN.1 She was the daughter of Henry Davault and Matilda Weaver.1 Eliza Catherine Davault married Royston Hicks, son of Edward Hicks and Annie/Amy Royston, on 25 August 1868 at Sullivan Co., TN, No children. Eliza Catherine Davault died on 17 September 1941 at age 94. She was buried in September 1941 at Cross Cemetery, Piney Flats, Sullivan Co., TN.

Citations

  1. [S1277] 1850 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 897.

Elizabeth DaVault

F, b. 25 February 1822, d. 28 August 1843
     Note: Elizabeth Davault was the seventh child of Frederick and Margaret Davault. She was born in 1822 at the DeVault Tavern in Leesburg, Tennessee. She married Joseph Duncan, Jr. Joseph, Jr. was a brother of James W. Duncan who married Elizabeth's sister, Mary Davault. At one time the two Duncan brothers were in the merchantile business in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Elizabeth and Joseph had no children. She died two years before her father.

Elizabeth DaVault was born on 25 February 1822 at DeVault's Ford, Washington Co., TN. She was the daughter of Frederick DaVault and Margaret Range. Elizabeth DaVault married Joseph A. Duncan, son of Joseph Duncan and Molly Allison, in 1842, no children. Elizabeth DaVault died on 28 August 1843 at Leesburg, Washington Co., TN, at age 21. She was buried in August 1843 at Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Leesburg, Washington Co., TN, Headstone legend:

In memory of
MRS. ELIZABETH DUNCAN
BORN FEB. 25, 1872
DIED AUG. 28, 1843.

Elizabeth Davault1

F, b. August 1881
     Elizabeth Davault was born in August 1881 at Gasconade or Phelps Co., MO.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Davault and Lucinda Isabelle Blain.1

Citations

  1. [S1278] 1900 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 880 - 881; FHL #1240880 - 81.

Elizabeth Davault

F, b. 1 May 1851, d. 6 June 1856
     Elizabeth Davault was born on 1 May 1851 at Sullivan Co., TN. She was the daughter of Henry Davault and Matilda Weaver. Elizabeth Davault died on 6 June 1856 at Sullivan Co., TN, at age 5. She was buried in June 1856 at Cross Cemetery, Piney Flats, Sullivan Co., TN.

Ellsmere Merle DaVault

M, b. 25 September 1908, d. 10 January 1968
     Ellsmere Merle DaVault was born on 25 September 1908 at Baldwin City, Douglas Co., KS. He was the son of Jacob Wesley DaVault Jr. and Maude Matilda Snethen. Ellsmere Merle DaVault married Ada Tot Minnick, daughter of Henderson C. Minnick, on 3 July 1937 at Rich Hill, Bates Co., MO. Ellsmere Merle DaVault died on 10 January 1968 at age 59.

Emily DaVault

F, b. 25 March 1847, d. 5 November 1904
     Emily DaVault was also known as "Emma". She was born on 25 March 1847 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. She was the daughter of Peter Davault and Mary Virginia Hoss. Emily DaVault lived, Lived with brother Fred in New Florence and sister Louise in Mexico, Missouri. She died on 5 November 1904 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO, at age 57

OBITUARY:

Miss Emma Davault

The news of the serious sickness of Miss Emma Davault fell heavily upon our people last week. Saturday morning she passed from this life to life everlasting.

Her sickness was brief and rather severe. A post-mortem examination revealed appendicitis and pertonitis. She realized the end as it approached and like Hezekiah of old, set her house in order by giving instructions as to her funeral and burial.

Her life and character were exemplified in the request that what might be done should be for good of others and not for herself.

Sunday afternoon in the Methodist church, before a very large attentive audience the final obsequies were held. Rev. Trotier delivered a splendid sermon -- to the living.

Miss Emma was a great help to the Methodist church and Sunday school. She was an old member. Her life was but a reflection of those Christian virtues in which she believed and taught.

She was a member of the Davault family so prominent in this country. She leaves a sister, Mrs. Chas. Bast, and four brothers, Jno. of Texas, Henry of Nebraska and Alf and Fred of this place, all of whom weep not as those without hope, for when mortal shall put on immortality, the glories of a never ending reunion will bless this family around the Throne in Heaven.

She was buried in November 1904 at New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.
Note: Did not marry.

Emmett Creigh Davault

M, b. 29 October 1863, d. 11 December 1944
     Emmett Creigh Davault was born on 29 October 1863 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. He was the son of Frederick Davault and Margaret Ellen McCleary. Emmett Creigh Davault married Rebecca Sturgis on 25 November 1896. Emmett Creigh Davault lived at Orange Co., CA, Farber, MO., then Tulsa, OK, finally Santa Ana , CA. He died on 11 December 1944 at Santa Ana, Orange Co., CA, at age 81. He was buried in December 1944 at Fairhaven Memorial Park, Santa Ana, Orange Co., CA.

Children of Emmett Creigh Davault and Rebecca Sturgis

Evelyn DaVault

F, b. 28 August 1908, d. 17 December 1997
     Evelyn DaVault was born on 28 August 1908 at Pratt Co., KS. She was the daughter of Bruce Everett DaVault and Frances Henrietta Vanderpool. Evelyn DaVault married Jefferson Eugene Fell. Evelyn DaVault lived on 15 April 1930 at 919 South Main Street, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, with her parents, husband, and daughter.1 She married Rufus Martin Arp on 17 November 1942 at Newkirk, Kay Co., OK; Ceremony by James O. Lynch, J.P. Her surname is spelled "Phelps" on the marriage license application -- apparently a misunderstanding of "Fell". Rufus had a prior marriage to an Isabel, maiden name unknown. They had a daughter, Donna, born 1927. Donna had a brief marriage to a McNamara, and lived out her life in Wichita, but had no children of her own. She passed in 1989 and is buried at El Dorado, in the Sunset Lawns Cemetery, where her mother and step-father, Carl Pfaff, are buried.

Evelyn DaVault lived on 17 April 1950 at 252 Natalie Drive, Albuquerque, Bernalillo Co., NM.2 She lived in 1968 at 3915 Smith Street SE, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, NM, in her parent's home, per her father's obituary. She died on 17 December 1997 at age 89. She was buried in December 1997 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76139446.

Child of Evelyn DaVault and Jefferson Eugene Fell

Citations

  1. [S2053] 1930 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T62, Roll 715; FHL #2340450.
  2. [S5586] 1950 Federal Census, Bernalillo County, New Mexico. Microfilm Image, NARA NAID 43290879, Roll 4777.

Frances Davault1

F, b. 23 January 1866, d. 20 October 1923
     Frances Davault was born on 23 January 1866 at Sullivan Co., TN.1 She was the daughter of Michael Weaver Davault and Catherine Webb.1 Frances Davault married Benjamin Franklin Latture, son of Jacob Latture and Mary Ann Jones, on 8 March 1883 at Sullivan Co., TN. Frances Davault died on 20 October 1923 at Lincoln Twp., Midland Co., MI, at age 57.

Citations

  1. [S2773] 1870 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1565; FHL #553064.

Frances Louise DaVault

F, b. 25 May 1849, d. 9 December 1933
     Frances Louise DaVault lived at Mexico, Audrain Co. and, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. She was born on 25 May 1849 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. She was the daughter of Peter Davault and Mary Virginia Hoss. Frances Louise DaVault married Charles Anderson Bast, son of George Bast and Sophia Jacobs, on 18 May 1870 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. Frances Louise DaVault died on 9 December 1933 at Mexico, Audrain Co., MO, at age 84. She was buried in December 1933 at New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.
Note: D.A.R. Number: 64927, Volume 65, page 327.

Children of Frances Louise DaVault and Charles Anderson Bast

Frank DaVault

M, b. 15 July 1883, d. 2 October 1961
     Frank DaVault was born on 15 July 1883. He was the son of James Canny Davault and Jane Medley. Frank DaVault married Callie Tucker on 17 May 1916 at Carter Co., OK. Frank DaVault died on 2 October 1961 at age 78. He was buried in October 1961 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76140607.

Children of Frank DaVault and Callie Tucker

Frederick DaVault1

M, b. 5 May 1778, d. 9 August 1847
     Frederick DaVault was Lutheran.
Note: From 1803 to 1818 he lived on the Booneland on the Watauga River, a tributary of the Holston, at what was later called DeVault's Ford. This is about 10 miles from Jonesboro. Frederick built the Devault homestead in Leesburg. He began it in 1819, and completed it 2 years later in 1821 because he allowed the bricks, which he made there, one full year to dry. This homestead is now the DeVault Tavern.

When Frederick was nineteen years old his father came to Tennessee and purchased three farms for his sons, Gabriel, Henry Jr., Valentine and Frederick. One of the farms was purchased from John Been, the "Been Plantation," of 637 acres. It was purchased in 1797 and recorded in 1798. This land was located on both sides of the Watauga River in Washington County, Tennessee. Frederick and Valentine moved onto the land in the fall of 1800. The old stage road crossed the Watauga on their property and later the crossing and the place became known as DeVault's Ford. Frederick and Valentine inherited this farm upon the death of their father. (Gabriel and Henry, Jr. inherited the other two farms located in Sullivan County, Tennessee.)

The lives of Frederick and Valentine, after they came and settled on John Been's old plantation, are so closely related that you cannot discuss one without discussing the other. They jointly owned and operated the farm and all the property. They married sisters, Margaret and Susan Range and built a house large enough to accommodate two families. The two families lived together and the children were treated more like brothers and sisters than as cousins. (At one time there were four adults and eleven children living in the house.) Frederick and Valentine bought more land until they owned over 1200 acres at DeVault's Ford on the Watauga.

In 1818, Frederick, now 40 years old, moved his family from the home on the Watauga to the new community of Leesburg, about ten miles to the west. Here he started construction of the DeVault Tavern (as it was later known). The 427 acre parcel on which the tavern was to constructed was jointly owned by Frederick and Valentine. It took three years to construct the tavern. The first year was spent making the bricks, the second year was spent allowing the bricks to dry and the third year was spent in actual construction of the building.

(In 1999, Tracy and Judy DeVault visited the DeVault Tavern. At that time it was one hundred and seventy-eight years old and still in very good condition. It is now owned by Mary DeVault Butcher and used as a museum to showcase the furniture and memorabilia of the DeVaults that have lived there. Mrs. Butcher is a gracious host. She spent several hours showing us the tavern, telling us interesting stories and pointing out many items of interest.)

In 1831, Frederick and Valentine, having acted as co-partners for a number of years, divided their real and personal property. Frederick took the tavern that he had built and the farm of 427 acres where it was located.

Frederick and Margaret are buried in a small family plot located across the road from the tavern. Nearby is the Presbyterian Church of Leesburg. Frederick was Lutheran, his wife, Margaret, was Presbyterian. A number of Frederick and Margaret's descendents are buried in the Presbyterian Church Cemetery which is located about 75 feet east of the family plot.

Among the grave stones in the DeVault Family Plot across the road from the tavern is this one:

INFANT
Dau of
JOHN & MARY C.
DEVAULT
BORN
NOV. 22, 1876
"Suffer little children
to come unto me and
forbid them not for of
such is thee Kingdom
of God."

He was born on 5 May 1778 at Hanover, York Co., PA. He was the son of Henrich DeWald and Maria Catherine Greaver. Frederick DaVault married Margaret Range, daughter of Peter Range and Elizabeth Ronimus, on 23 September 1803 at the home of the bride's parents, Knob Creek, Washington Co., TN, Nicholaus Kefauver, bondsman.1 Frederick DaVault died on 9 August 1847 at Leesburg, Washington Co., TN, at age 69. He was buried in August 1847 at Leesburg, Washington Co., TN, Headstone legend:

In memory of
FREDERICK DAVAULT
Born in York Co.
Pennsylvania MAY 5, 1778
Died AUGUST 2, 1847
AGED 69 y. 8m. 1 days.

Children of Frederick DaVault and Margaret Range

Citations

  1. [S97] Washington County, Tennessee Marriages.

Frederick Davault

M, b. 17 May 1839, d. 6 November 1926
     Frederick Davault was born on 17 May 1839 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. He was the son of Peter Davault and Mary Virginia Hoss. Frederick Davault married Margaret Ellen McCleary, daughter of Thomas McCleary and Barbara B. See, on 8 January 1863 at Montgomery Co., MO,

50th Wedding Anniversary Article:

Golden Wedding
A kind providence occasionally, not often, permits the blessing of husband and wife celebrating a half century of wedded life. Such came to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davault when with near 100 guests assembled in their pleasant home in Davault addition Wednesday, Jan. 8th, 1913, they celebrated the golden wedding in gladness, feasting and thankfulness.

January 8, 1863 was rather a rainy day, in the farm residence near Montgomery City upon which now lives Solon Brandt, Mr. Davault and Miss Ellen McCleary were united for weal or woe under the ministration of Rev. George Smith. Jos. McCleary and Miss Sharp, Charlie See and another Miss Sharp, waited upon the couple during the ceremony. One hundred and fifty guests were present to partake in the joy of that occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Davault settled on a part of his father's farm just at the southern edge of town and have been part and parcel of this community this half century. Five boys have added to the noise of their home, now all men and occupying responsible places in the commercial affairs of a busy world. Emmett, Edward and Bruce engaged in business in Tulsa, Oklahoma were not able to attend the celebration Wednesday evening. Wednesday evening, January 8th 1913, the guests assembled with Mr. and Mrs. Davault between six and seven o'clock. A few minutes before dinner was announced, Mr. Davault attired in the conventional black with white tie and Mrs. Davault arrayed in Chiffon over white silk, entered the parlor and took their place under a large bell swinging from an arch of Holly. Rev. W. G. Rigg to the surprise of Mr. and Mrs. Davault rendered the following humorous ceremony:

"Dearly Beloved, we are gathered in the presence of these witnesses because of the hasty and inconsiderate conduct of these two persons present half a century ago. And I abjure you both if you know any reason why you should continue to follow the same line of life, that you forever hold your peace thereabout. And I further urge that if any one present knows any reason why these two persons shall continue to live as man and wife that they keep it secret on penalty of singleblessedness the remainder of their respective lives. And I require and charge you both as you shall stand before the awful throne of judgement, if either knows anything about the other that you tell it and that right quickly. Frederick, do you promise this present that you will allow this woman to support you and in manly courage treat her half as well as you do the washerwoman and on an equal footing with the cook? And will you faithfully stick to your promise for fully a week? Ellen, do you promise to continue to boss this man as you have done for the past threescore years, and under all circumstances take his part especially when it's something that he likes? Will you keep him as thin and as timid as we now see him by casting pleasant smiles and glances to the grocery boy and other stranger as may chance to pass this way? As much as Frederick and Ellen have both refused our serious ministrations in their behalf, I now pronounce them incorrigibles together, and turn them over to the tender mercies of their many friends."

Mr. and Mrs. Davault led the way to the tastily decorated dining room where dinner was served, including everything from turkey and oysters down to ice cream and cake. Mr. and Mrs. Davault never seemed happier and the fifty years passed showed no signs upon their activity and entertaining qualities. May their married life continue unbroken for the years to come and the joy and happiness of the home with children and children's children, increase as the years go by. Mr. Alf Davault was the only person present in 1863 to witness the first marriage that witnessed this one of 1913. The out of town guests included Harvey Marmaduke and wife, Carbondale, Ill., Willaim Davault and wife, Williamsburg, C. A. Davault and wife, Farber; J. B. DeVault and wife, Martinsburg; Chas A. Bast and wife, Mexico, George Bast Mexico.

Many nice presents were left with Mr. and Mrs. Davault as tokens of love and friendship.


Note:

History of St. Charles, Montgomery & Warren Counties Missouri, Pages 728, 772 On 19 Aug. 1867, Fred Davault was injured in the back when a cyclone struck New Florence and destroyed the partially erected ampitheater of the fairgrounds where the entire crew of hands had taken refuge, two killed, nearly all more or less injured as reported by the Montgomery Standard, Montgomery City, Missouri.

Missouri State Genealogy Association Journal, 1982, Page 73 (Copy in Timberland Library, Olympia, Washington.
On 6 Aug. 1892 the Old Settlers Association of Montgomery Co., Missouri at their 11th Old Settlers Reunion, elected Fred Davault, Vice President for the next year, the reunion crowd was estimated at 15,000 persons and was held in a grove 1/2 mile west of New Florence.

Frederick Davault died on 6 November 1926 at Riverside, Riverside Co., CA, at age 87 at the home of son E. L. DaVault in CA. He was buried in November 1926 at New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.

Children of Frederick Davault and Margaret Ellen McCleary

Frederick Adolph Davault

M, b. 18 April 1878, d. before 15 March 1920
     Frederick Adolph Davault was born on 18 April 1878 at Missouri.1 He was the son of Samuel Harvey Davault and Ruth Alice Blain. Frederick Adolph Davault married Alma Sue Dyerly, daughter of Thomas Dyerly and Medora A. Board, on 27 November 1902 at Preston, Pratt Co., KS; ceremony by Rev. R. O. Allmon, minister. Frederick Adolph Davault lived on 5 May 1910 at 177 North High Street, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Meatcutter.1 He died before 15 March 1920 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS. He was buried in 1920 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76140608.

Children of Frederick Adolph Davault and Alma Sue Dyerly

Citations

  1. [S2045] 1910 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 453; FHL #1374466.
  2. [S2051] 1920 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 545.