Noted events in her life were:
• Census: 1920, 10 Jan 1920, Fort Collins City, Larimer County, Colorado, United States. 1 She was 29 years old appearing with her husband, Marshall, aged 27, and four year old son, Victor. All three were born in Arkansas. Her father was born in Illinois and mother in the Arkansas.
Nancy married Marshall Marion ELDREDGE, son of Levi Thomas ELDREDGE and Effie Jane McNELONS. (Marshall Marion ELDREDGE was born on 23 Oct 1892 in , Johnson County, Arkansas, United States,2 died on 28 Mar 1975 in Lamar, Johnson County, Arkansas, United States 3 4 and was buried in Lakewood, Jefferson County, Colorado, United States.)
1 1920 U.S. census, Larimer, Colorado population schedule, Fort Collins City, enumeration district (ED) 155, sheet 9B, dwelling 199, family 207; digital images, Ancestry (www.ancestry.com); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T625, roll T625_166; They lived at 803 E. Mulberry, Fort Collins City, Colorado.
"World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and images, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 6 Dec 2009), Marshall M. Eldredge; Roll 1530467;
Marshall M. Eldredge of Spoke Plant, Arkansas registered for the draft on 5 Jun 1917 at Hill, Johnson County, Arkansas. He was 23, born 23 Oct 1893 in Friley, Arkansas. He was a caucasian farmer with a wife and two children. He had not served in the military before. He was medium height and slender build with light blue eyes and dark brown hair. He was not bald and had no physical disabilities. He was registered by W. H. Osgood.
His card was found just preceding Otis Eldredge's card on the roll.
3 Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006).
4 Arkansas Arkansas Department of Health, death certificate 75 004356 (1975), Marshall Marion Eldredge; Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services, Little Rock; Marshall Marion Eldredge, a retired construction worker, died 28 Mar 1975 at 6:30 a.m. He was a white male born to Levi Thomas Eldredge and Effie Evans. He died of suffocation by smoke inhalation after a house fire. His body was removed to Crown Hill Cemetery in Lakewood, Colorado. The informant was Victor Eldredge of 590 21st St., Golden, Colorado.