Indiana McCaslins

Quilla Evelyn JohnsonAge: 29 years19111940

Name
Quilla Evelyn Johnson
Married name
Quilla Evelyn Peterson
Birth July 3, 1911 30 25
Source: S4988
Birth of a brotherOtis B Johnson
March 1, 1913 (Age 19 months)
Source: Find a Grave
Death of a maternal grandfatherJohn T Dotson
October 22, 1914 (Age 3 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherJohn T Dotson
1914 (Age 2 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a maternal grandfatherJohn T Dotson
1914 (Age 2 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Morrison Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 14799661)
Birth of a brotherThearn Johnson
December 24, 1915 (Age 4 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Death of a brotherElmer Johnson
before 1920 (Age 8 years)

Birth of a brotherWilliam Thomas (Tom) Johnson
February 3, 1920 (Age 8 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Census 1920 (Age 8 years)
Census 1925 (Age 13 years)
Birth of a sisterMildred L Johnson
January 6, 1926 (Age 14 years)
Source: S4985
Birth of a sisterVelma Loree Johnson
July 5, 1928 (Age 17 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Census 1930 (Age 18 years)
Death October 29, 1940 (Age 29 years)
Source: S4988
Burial after October 31, 1940 (2 days after death)
Source: S4988
Note: Fairview Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 57364250
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Quilla Evelyn Johnson
Birth: July 3, 1911 30 25, Cherokee, Oklahoma
Death: October 29, 1940Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
20 months
younger brother
Otis B Johnson
Birth: March 1, 1913 32 26Oklahoma
Death: September 19, 2007Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas
3 years
younger brother
Thearn Johnson
Birth: December 24, 1915 34 29, Wagoner, Oklahoma
Death: March 27, 1987Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas
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Quilla Evelyn Johnson
Birth: July 3, 1911 30 25, Cherokee, Oklahoma
Death: October 29, 1940Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri

Birth1920 US Federal Census
BirthS4988
Census1920 US Federal Census
Census1925 Kansas State Census
Census1930 US Federal Census
DeathS4988
BurialS4988
Burial

Fairview Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 57364250

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In the 1920 US Federal Census for Creek, Wagoner, Oklahoma, 37-year-old Arkansas-born farmer Charles and his 35-year-old Arkansas-born wife Addie [Dotson] Johnson have in their household their children, 12-year-old Eldred, 8-year-old Quillie E, 7-year-old Olos, 5-year-old Thearn and one-year 10-month old Carl. Eldred was born in Arkansas, but the other children were born in Oklahoma, indicating that the family moved to Oklahoma before 1912. Elmer is missing from this census and may be presumed to have died. Eldred, Quillie, and Olos have attended school in the past year. Charles, Addie and Eldred can read, write and speak English. Charles is doing "general farming" on rented land. Everyone's parents were born in Arkansas. Charles is living near his mother Melvina McCaslin Johnson Lane.

In the 1925 Kansas State Census for Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas, 45-year-old Arkansas-born Charlie F [sic] and his 41-year-old Arkansas-born wife Addie [Dotson] Johnson have in their household their children, 18-year-old Eldred, 13-year-old Evelyn [Quillie on the 1920 US Census], 12-year-old Ollas, 10-year-old Thearn, 7-year-old Carl and 5-year-old Thomas. Eldred was born in Arkansas, the other children were born in Oklahoma. The family is living at 921 West 14th Street. Charlie and Eldred are laborers in a oil refinery. Everyone can read and write except Carl and Thomas.

In the 1930 US Federal Census for Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas, 49-year-old Arkansas-born C S [sic Charles S] and his 46-year-old Arkansas-born wife Addie [Dotson] Johnson were married when he was 24- and she was 21-years old. They have in their household their children, 18-year-old Evelyn, 17-year-old Ollas, 15-year-old Thearn, 12-year-old Carl, 10-year-old Thomas, 4-year 2-month old Mildred, and 2-year 8-month old Velma. All the children were born in Oklahoma except Mildred and Velma who were born in Kansas. The family is living in a house at 1104 Twelfth Street for which Charles pays $12 a month. They do not have a radio. Ollas, Thearn, Carl and Thomas have attended school in the past year. Everyone except Mildred and Velma can read, write and speak English. Charles is a laborer in an oil refinery. Evelyn is a saleswoman in a variety store. Both have worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. Charles has not served in the military. Everyone's parents were born in Arkansas.

On 20 Feb 1933, 22-year-old Albert Peterson, of 4028 Wayne, Kansas City, Missouri, filed an affidavit to marry 21-year-old Evelyn Johnson of Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas. He swears that they are of legal age, single and unmarried and not first cousins, and therefore may lawfully contract and be joined in marriage. Evelyn signs a second affidavit swearing the same thing. Both affidavits are signed by J A Kilmer, Deputy Recorded, Jackson County, Kansas. The application number is A50867.

Evelyn Q Peterson died at 12:30 a.m. on 29 Oct 1940 at her usual residence, 1113-1/2 East 11th Street, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri. She had been a resident of this community for eight years. Evelyn was 29-years 3-months 26-days-old when she died, had been born 3 Jul 1911 in Cherokee County, Oklahoma and was a white married female. Her occupation was housewife. Her parents were Charles S Johnson and Phoebe A Dotson, both born in Arkansas. Her 30-year-old husband, Albert A Peterson of 1113-1/2 East 11th Street, was the informant. The Medical Certification by Dr John S Hill (3034 Harrison) states that he attended the desceased from 18 Jun 1939 to 29 Oct 1940, and had last seen her alive on 20 Oct 1940. The immediate cause of death was sinus thrombosis [stroke], duration sudden, due to hypernephroma [kidney cancer] of about two yeats duration and severe anemia of one year duration. Evelyn was operated on for the hypernephroma in 1939. Autopsy identified the sinus thrombosis as cause of death and in addition found another cancerous tumor in her left kidney. Her body was removed for burial to Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas on 31 Oct 1940, funeral director in charge was Geofge C Carson of Independence, Missouri.