Descendent Families
Velma Clara Coyle

Timeline

08/09/1889. Birth
Jackson, Jackson County, Minnesota, USA

1894. Moves to Walla Walla
Walla Walla, Walla Walla, Washington, USA

1895. Untitled location
Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington, USA

09/21/1910. Marriage to Arthur Wesley Hancock

1938. Untitled location
Boise, Idaho, USA

1938. Untitled location
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

1938. Untitled location
Neah Bay, Oregon, USA

01/1986. Death
Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington, USA

Documents

1895. Minnesota State Census
Des Moines Township, Jackson County, Minnesota, USA

1900. Federal Census
Small Precinct, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington, USA

1938. People You Should Know: Arthur W. Hancock
Salem, Marion County, Oregon, USA

1964. Velma Coyle 75th Birthday
Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington, USA

Notes

Bookkeeper and office manager

Ancestral Families
Velma Clara Coyle PHOTOS:

Emerita Indermauer and Velma Coyle

Date: 1891?

Place: Des Moines, Jackson, Freeborn County, Minnesota, USA

Velma, John D. and Walter Coyle

Date: 1892?

Place: Jackson, Jackson County, Minnesota, USA

"Vida Coyle on left. Born April 18, 1893. Velma Clara Coyle. Born August 9, 1889"

Vida and Velma Coyle

Date: Around 1898

Velma Coyle in advertisement photo for father's flour mill

Date: 1906?

Velma Coyle

Date: 1910?

"Coyle family gathering at Walter and Anna Coyle's cabin. Standing: Arthur Hancock, 3rd from left; Velma next to him; Willard Hancock 7th from left; Allen and Evelyn Reynolds nearby, Emma Buehler Coyle, next to last; Beverly Reynolds is the little towhead standing in the front row, toward right."

Date: 1936?

Four generations: Emma Buehler, Velma Coyle, Evelyn Hanock, Beverly and Carolyn Reynolds

Date: 1938?

Arthur and Velma Hancock with grand-daughter Beverly and Carolyn Reynolds

Date: 1939?

Place: Salem, Marion County, Oregon, USA

Arthur and Velma Hancock

Date: September 1956

Place: Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington, USA

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