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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Ida Maye Brinkley Jennings & Julia Ann Brinkley

(left) Ida Maye Brinkley Jennings and her aunt, (right) Julia Ann Brinkley. Photo taken circa 1895.

Ida Maye Brinkley was born 1875 in Appanoose County, Iowa. She was the daughter of William Wallace Brinkley (1852-1916) and Permelia Jane Inman (1855-1937). Her first marriage was to William H. Jennings, 1 October 1892, in Kit Carson County, Colorado. Second marriage to James Sullivan about 1897. Third marriage to John M. Koser about 1909. Fourth marriage to Melroy Malone "Bill" Martin, 18 March 1926, Cheyenne County, Colorado. Ida died 8 February 1942, in Denver, Colorado. She was taken home to be buried in the family plot in Fairview Cemetery, Burlington, Kit Carson County, Colorado.

Julia Ann Brinkley was born 31 March 1871, in Appanoose County, Iowa. She was the daughter of John Wesley Brinkley (1826-1906) and Sarah Ann Clifton (1831-1911). Julia married Spencer Davis 17 April 1902, Unionville, Putnam County, Missouri. She had no children. She died in Iola, Allen County, Kansas, and is buried in Moran Cemetery there.

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  2. Now there's some lovely fashion. :-)
    I look like one favored a little more design details for that fancy skirt look.
    Regards,
    Theresa (Tangled Trees)

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