Ida May Reigel1,2,3

ID# 3918, (1884 - 1963)
  • Born: 21 Oct 1884 in Craig, Holt Co., Missouri.1,5,2,4,6,7,8,9,10,3
  • Married: Austin Willard Angell 12 Oct 1913 in La Center, Clark Co., Washington.11,12
  • Died: 18 Dec 1963 in Palo Alto, Santa Clara Co., California.3
  • Buried: 23 Dec 1963 in Lincoln Memorial Park, Portland, Oregon.3
Ida also appears in our Family History Section where there is much more information about her.

Children with Austin Willard Angell:

Citations

  1. Benjamin Franklin Reigel Family Bible. N.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date. Present owner unknown.
  2. Ida May Angell, Decree for Registration of Birth, Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Mulnomah.
  3. Ida May Angell, Certificate of Death, County of Santa Clara County Clerk-Recorder, San Jose, Santa Clara Co., California.
  4. Kansas. Phillips Co. 1885 Kansas State Census. Microfilm K-106. Kansas State Historical Society 6425 SW Sixth Ave., Topeka, Kansas.
  5. Washington Marriages of Clark County. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  6. Washington. Clark Co.. 1900 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T623-1742. Washington: National Archives.
  7. Washington. Skimania Co.. 1910 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T624-1668. Washington: National Archives.
  8. Oregon. Multnomah Co.. 1920 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T625-1501. Washington: National Archives.
  9. Oregon. Multnomah Co.. 1930 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T626-1952. Washington: National Archives.
  10. Oregon. Multnomah Co.. 1940 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication T627-3391. Washington: National Archives.
  11. Washington Secretary of State. Marriage record. Austin Willard Angell and Ida May Reigel, no 8483.
  12. "Pretty Wedding at La Center Unites Miss to Former Salt Lake Man." Morning Oregonian. Portland, Oregon, 19 Oct 1913.
  13. Austin Willard Angell Jr., Application for Account. U.S. Social Security Administration. Baltimore, Maryland.
  14. Austin Willard Angell, Jr., Application for World War II Compensation. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
  15. "Lt. Norman R. Angell." The Oregonian. Portland, Oregon, 17 Mar 1949.