1930 Florence was in Dist.490,Prect.396.
Thank you again. Received your email, fwd to my Aunt. She is trying so hard. Really really appreciate it.
Edward Taylor Marshall died July 18,1926 in Multnomah. Leon R. died March 6,1956 in Multnomah. I found 3 Florence's which could fit. The first 2 r Florence A. and the last is just Florence. Number 1 died July 1954 w/cert.# 1159, number 2 died Sept.1960 w/cert # 16474,number 3 died Sept.27,1938 w/cert.# 2987.
All 3 Florences died in Multnomah Co.,OR
An Edward J. age 48 w/wife Marian died March 20.1961. Correct age to be your Edward J.
He died in Marion County.OR
Thanks for making the pilot site so much easier to use!~Jen
Edward J. is also buried in the Vet Cemt, Willamette, same as Delbert. At Find-A-Grave it says Edward J. was born June 24,1912 but at Ancestry it says born 1913.
I found a Charles Pye son of James and Elizabeth living in Portland in 1900. Charles M. age 23 born 1876. He had a sister Florence Pye born March 1889 and other sibs were: John N.1880, Percival 1885, Rose 1892. Charles,John and parents were born in England but the other kids, including Florence all say born OR. Maybe???
I can't fingur out if the Florence who was a dau. of James is yours or not. On Ap.19,1900 Florence Pye is at home w/parents James and Elizabeth in Portland going by Pye yet states she has been (m0 once for 4 years. On Ap 22,1910 I find Florence Marshall w.Edward in KS. So unless she got home to KS in 2 days it isn't one-and-the-same person. Charles had sibs, Albert born 1872, Frederick born 1869, in addition to those I already named. Charles was still single in 1910 at home at age 34.
The last post should talk only about 1910 not 1900.
You would think SS would know some one had died when they quit sending them cks.
I believe it is incumbent that a family member notify the SS when a person dies.
Do you think I could get some of my ancestors on SSDI that died in 1960 if I notified SS ?
I don't know. When my husband died I called the next day and when the records came out on the internet on say rootsweb or ancestry the date was wrong. When I called the SS on this they claimed that someone ( ME) had told them that date.
I dont think anyone ever accused SS of being to smart.
Has anyone had a relative die before 1962 that is listed on SSDI ?
When my mom died in 1991 the information was sent by the funeral home and they got the SS payment.
A nice site for answers to SSDI ?s...and search..) http://genealogy.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?zi=1/XJ&sdn=genealogy&cdn=parenting&tm=130&gps=286_404_796_434&f=01&su=p284.9.336.ip_p504.1.336.ip_&tt=2&bt=0&bts=0&zu=http%3A//stevemorse.org/ssdi/ssdi.html
What's the web site for SS? I would like to check & see if my parents are on there. My dad died in 1978 & I believe my mom died in 1991. ~Jen
Belly, I think most of the funeral homes handle things that way. It's up to the survivors to go to the Social Security after that. At least, that's the way I remember it. ~Jen
For some reason, the year 1939 is in my mind when it comes to Social Security. Was that the year that they started paying out? I simply do not know. Cannot help but think that there had to be a year when they started it. ~Jen
I think it was 1935 during Roosvelt's administration.
I sent for my dad's SS information...he died 1963
You are most likely correct. Knew it was in the 1930's...long before I was born! ~Jen
Perhaps your ancestors were not covered by SS... Many were not in the 1960's.
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