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SARAH ELIZABETH JACKSON
aka SADIE DRYSDALE ,
WIDOW OF HENRY DRYSDALE
mother to
Orvin Dick Drysdale Sr [my Grandfather],
Clara (nee Drysdale) Orton
Geneva (nee Drysdale)Tufford ,
Vernetta (nee Drysdale)Hellman ,
& Lloyd Drysdale.

from a story by Alice Adeline Southam Cook (20 July 1889 - 15 January 1980
MABEL WAS BORN The mumps going down on me did not affect me like it does some people as our first daughter, Mabel, was born the following January 11, (1914) at 10:25 AM. It was Sunday morning and those going to Sunday School saw Dr. Heber Robinson come to our home. The neighbors were anxious to hear what we had and several of them told me that they were about as happy as we were when they heard we had a girl. She was a tiny little thing weighing only five and one half pounds. Sadie Drysdale was the nurse.
[The relation to the Cook family was one of Henry Drysdale's sister's Rose Minette Drysdale had married a fellow named Freemont Cook who had later removed to McGrath ,Canada.]

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Comment by Russell Lynn Drysdale on October 28, 2021 at 15:48

After Henry Drysdale's untimely death in 1915,  [ she had been married to Henry since 18 ]

Sarah  at age 35 married a  fellow named Walter William Kenner
b.1884 d.1948 Marriage: 12 November 1918 Salt Lake City ,

...seems there was a divorce or anulment  with Kenner...

Sarah at age 39 married for a 3rd time  in 1923 to Leroy Houser b.1884 d.1935 ,

Sarah died in 1964 outliving 3 husbands .  

 

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