Gladys Isobel Washington

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Personal and Family Information

Gladys was born on 20 NOV 1904 in Scammon, Kansas, the daughter of Thomas Washington and Mary Hotchkiss.

She died on 15 APR 2002 in LabetteCoMedCntr, Parsons, Kansas.

Her husband was Arthur Lee Coil, who she married on 28 JUN 1935. The place has not been found. They had no known children.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Gladys Isobel Washington
(1904-2002)

 

Thomas Washington
(1873-1959)

 

James Washington
(1850-1929)

 

John Washington
(c1815-?)

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Mary Hersfield
(c1817-?)

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Harriet Jane Wilkinson
(1851-1926)

 

William Harry Wilkinson
(c1828-<1871)

 
   

Hanah Barber
(c1830-?)

 
   

Mary Hotchkiss
(1879-1957)

 

Edward Hotchkiss
(1834-1912)

 

Cornelius Hotchkiss
(c1794-1872)

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Rebecca Simpson
(c1811-1875)

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Margaret Janet Penman
(1837-1912)

 

William Penman
(1805-1885)

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Ann Christie
(c1805-1886)

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Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth20 NOV 1904
Place: Scammon, Kansas
Death15 APR 2002
Place: LabetteCoMedCntr, Parsons, Kansas

Notes

Note 1

!Source: 34, Connie Gibbar

!Note: Lived at Scammon, Kansas. Had no children. Provided materials for Gene R. Hotchkiss' research.

Address: 201 North Wall, Apt 5, Joplin, MO. 64801

!Obituary: Provided by Connie Gibbar nee Brooks The Joplin Globe - Wednesday July 17,2002 - Gladys Coil - Gladys Isobei Coil, age 97, Joplin, passed away Monday, April 15, 2002, at Labette County Medical Center, Parsons, Kan. - Mrs. Coil was born Nov. 20, 1904, in Scammon, Kan., to the late Thomas Washington and Mary Hotchkiss Washington and had lived in Joplin and Golden City, Mo., most of her life. She later resided in Pittsburg, Kan., and finally St. Paul, Kan. She owned and operated Coil Rock and Shell Shop in Golden City for 20 years. She was the former owner of a liquor store in Golden City for two years; and operated Coils in Blue Springs, Mo., for over two years. She was an avid gardener; and an accomplished painter. She was a life member of the Kansas Historical Society, Topeka, Kan,, and a member of St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Joplin. - Survivors include several nieces and nephews of Kansas, Utah and Texas. Mrs. Coil has been taken for cremation. - Memorial services will be Saturday, July 20, 2002, at 5:00 p.m. at St. Philip's Episcopal Church. Rev. Frank M. Swindle will officiate. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Philip's Episcopal Church. - Arrangements are under the direction of Parker Mortuary.