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Lee Emmert Woolsey (1895-1971)

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Lee Emmert Woolsey was born 29 October 1895 in Atchison County, Missouri, United States to James Buchanan Woolsey (1856-1938) and Grace Anna Barber (1863-1939) and died August 1971 in Tarkio, Atchison County, Missouri, United States of unspecified causes. He married Icy Sylvia Hall (c1900-?) 1 December 1919 in Rock Port, Atchison County, Missouri, United States. Ancestors are from the United States, France, Germany, Scotland, England.
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Children


Offspring of Lee Emmett Woolsey and Icy Sylvia Hall (c1900-?)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Kenneth V Woolsey (c1923)

Public Records

  • 1900 Census - Clay Township, Atchison County, Missouri - June 15 1900 = #277/279
    • J. B. Woolsey, 43 MO, 9-1856, farmer
    • Grace Woolsey, 37 IN, 3-1863, married 21 years, 8 of 11 children living
    • Adella Woolsey, 20 MO, 1-1880
    • William Woolsey, 19 IA, 2-1881
    • Maggie Woolsey, 14 MO, 12-1885
    • Lena Woolsey, 8 MO, 6-1891
    • Ruth Woolsey, 6 MO, 9-1893
    • Lee Woolsey, 4 MO, 11-1895
    • Claud Woolsey, 2 MO, 10-1897
    • Cecil Woolsey, 5/12 MO, 2-1900
  • 1925 Census - Washington Township, Page County, Iowa
    • Lee Woolsey, 29 MO, son of James Woolsey & Grace Barber
    • Icy Woolsey, 26 MO, daughter of August Hall
    • Kenneth Woolsey, 2 MO
  • 1930 Census - Washington Township, Page County, Iowa - April 2 1930 - #9/9
    • Lee E Woolsey, 32 MO, married at 22, rail road laborer
    • Isabelle Woolsey, 30 MO, married at 20
    • Kenneth V Woolsey, 7 MO
  • World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918




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