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Thomas O. BLACK
(1795-Cir 1863)
Elizabeth L. MINER
(-Bef 1846)
Jasper W. LEWIS
(Abt 1825-1878)
Elizabeth FORTUNE
(Abt 1834-1900)
John K. BLACK
(1839-1898)
Idora LEWIS
(1850-)
Julia BLACK
(1872-1955)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. UNKNOWN

  • Frank DAGLEY+
  • Rosa Lee DAGLEY+
  • Unknown UNKNOWN
2. John Eubanks DAGLEY
  • Viola DAGLEY+
  • Ruth Marie DAGLEY+
  • Eugene Lewis DAGLEY+
3. Daniel Robert DIPERT

Julia BLACK

  • Born: 27 Jun 1872, Hawesville, Hancock County, Kentucky, United States 3
  • Marriage (2): John Eubanks DAGLEY on 15 Jan 1894 in Carmi, White County, Illinois, United States 1
  • Marriage (3): Daniel Robert DIPERT on 3 Jan 1909 in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma, United States 2
  • Died: 10 Aug 1955, Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington, United States at age 83 3
  • Buried: 13 Aug 1955, Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington, United States 4
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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Alt. Birth, 1872, , , Indian Territory, United States. 2

Alt. Birth, 1872, , , Kentucky, United States. 5


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Julia married UNKNOWN.

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Julia next married John Eubanks DAGLEY, son of Henry Samuel DAGLEY and Sarah H. EUBANKS, on 15 Jan 1894 in Carmi, White County, Illinois, United States.1 The marriage ended in divorce in 1899. (John Eubanks DAGLEY was born on 4 Apr 1863 in Harolds Prairie, White County, Illinois, United States,6 died on 19 May 1930 in Carmi, White County, Illinois, United States and was buried in , White County, Illinois, United States.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage.

Divorce Filing: Index to Court Papers, 1899, Carmi, White County, Illinois, United States. 7 Spoke with Gidget at the Circuit Clerk's office. She researched 1899 and 1900 and found John E. Dagley, Plaintiff and Julia Dagley, Defendant, in the index.

To quote:
Defendant Plaintiff Action Case Box
Dagley, Julia John E. Dagley Divorce " [1899] 751

She could not find the actual papers in box 751. She also checked the box of misfiled papers and the box before and after box 751. She fears they have either been lost or misfiled. Regardless, all we can confirm was that they were legally divorced in 1899 in White Co., Illinois.


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Julia next married Daniel Robert DIPERT, son of George DIPERT and Judy Caroline ZIEGLER, on 3 Jan 1909 in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma, United States.2 (Daniel Robert DIPERT was born on 9 Oct 1865 in , Pulaski County, Indiana, United States,8 died on 1 Jun 1952 in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma, United States 8 9 and was buried on 2 Jun 1952 in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma, United States 8 10.)


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1 Wedding Certificate.

2 Marriage Certificate.

3 Death Certificate, Washington State File #14510.

4 "Mount Angeles Cemetery Records" (card file), Julia Dipert;
She was buried 13 Aug 1955 and buried in grave no. 47, block 3, sec. 10 with a granite mrker on her grave. Her son, Frank Dagly of Box 18, Monroe Road, Port Angeles was the sponsor;
The handwriting on the left is Linda Lee Dipert's. It is unknown where the original is or when it was obtained.

5 1930 United States Federal Census.

6 (Telephone conversation between Autumn Dipert Brown and Muriel Osler, author of "History of the Thomas Dagley Family" on 03 Oct 2007. Muriel told me John Eubanks Dagley was born in Herald's Prairie. She also gave me birth dates and names for his decendants along with their spouses.)

7 Divorce Decree, Defendant Plaintiff Action Case Box
Dagley, Julia John E. Dagley Divorce " [1899] 751
. Gidget at the Circuit Court in White Co. looked for the actual petitions but they are either lost or misfiled. What we do know was she was legally divorced in White Co. in 1899. She was the defendant.

8 Death Certificate, State of Oklahoma File #008549.

9 Tombstone.

10 "D. R. Dipert Rites Today," (Chickasha)Chickasha Daily Express, 2 Jun 1952;
Funeral services for Daniel R. Dipert, 86, were to be at 2:30 pm today in the chapel of Chickasha Funeral Home, Rev. William E. Wright, pastor of First Christian Church, officiating.
He died at 3:50 am Sunday in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ernest Rose, 1221 South Seventh. Mr. Dipert came to Chickasha in 1900 from Indiana.
He lived here for 16 years before leaving for Mangum. He returned here in 1940.
He was a car inspector for Rock Island Railroad for 29 years. Mr. Dipert was a member of the Methodist Church. He had been in failing health for the last three years.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Jack Carloff of Tulsa, and Mrs.
Rose; two sons, Daniel R. Jr., of Damascus, Ark., and H. M. of Hobart; four grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Burial was to be in Rose Hill Cemetery under direction of Chickasha Funeral Home.



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