Condits and Cousins Family History - Person Sheet
Condits and Cousins Family History - Person Sheet
NameDelia Ida Bell Parks8,9,10,11,4
Birth19 Jan 1893, Bushnell, Brookings Co., South Dakota12,13
Death9 Dec 1928, Hagerman, Gooding Co., Idaho13
Burial11 Dec 1928, Hagerman Cemetery, Hagerman, Gooding Co., Idaho13
Memofindagrave #59115768
FatherMartin Luther Parks (1835-1905)
MotherDelia Turner (1846-1910)
Birth17 Apr 1884, Kents Prairie (Stanwood), Snohomish Co., Washington7
MemoKent Praire, WA
Death10 Oct 1979, Gooding, Gooding Co., Idaho
BurialHagerman Cemetery, Hagerman, Gooding Co., Idaho
Memofindagrave #59115779
FatherJohn Henry Condit , 1648 3 (1847-1940)
MotherFrancis Ezilka Parks (1851-1936)
Marriage26 Jun 1912, Shoshone, Shoshone Co., Idaho14
ChildrenLeonard Milton , 1648 341 (1913-2004)
 Carroll Kenneth , 1648 342 (1914-1967)
 Sheldon Everett , 1648 343 (1916-2001)
 Edna Bell , 1648 344 (1918-1968)
 Della Winnfred (Died as Infant), 1648 345 (1919-1920)
 Iona Loween , 1648 346 (1921-2007)
 Leona Ailene , 1648 347 (1921-2003)
 Edith Lenore , 1648 348 (1923-2018)
 Eunice Eugenia , 1648 349 (1925-2019)
 Josie (Died as Infant), 1648 34A (1928-1928)
Notes for Delia Ida Bell Parks
1910 census living with Uncle Albert Parks
Notes for John Winford (Spouse 1)
Obit: Gooding County Leader 18 Oct 1979, page 2A.

Don't know if you ever heard the story of how our Grandpa Win built his ranch house out east of Hagerman - the ranch where our dads and aunts grew up.  I didn't know the story until my dad told me just a few months ago.  Edith said she had never heard it either.  Apparently Grandpa bought the old school house, not sure when but must have been in the 20's. It was located by the old Rock Lodge near Bellinger Creek north of Hagerman.  Dad said they moved it up the Justice Grade using two wagons and teams of horses and to the site where they settled on the ranch.  It was this school house that became their house on the ranch.  I don't know any more details than this.
Also, if you have never been to the place Grandpa was born here in Washington, it is quite an interesting town .  Nilda and I drove up there a couple of years ago - it's only about an hour and a half drive from here.  We found a museum there with a lot of old records of the pioneers of our Great grandpa's time.  We were there on a Sunday in the off season so there weren't many people there.  The folks working at the museum showed us the things there and described the spot where Kent's Prarie is nearby. Kent's Prarie, as you know, is where Grandpa said he was born.  There is now an elementary school there named Kent's Prarie Elementary.  It is a well-developed area with a modern shopping center nearby.  Arlington itself is an old, historical town.28
In 1905 Dad and Aunt Melba went with Grandmother back to South Dakota by train for the fineral of Martin Luther Parks. That is when Dad first met Delia Ida Belle Parks for the first time. She was 14 years old at the time. They were married 7 years later in Hagerman.29
Last Modified 13 Jun 2018Created 14 May 2019 using Reunion for Macintosh
Created 14 May 2019 by David E. Condit with Reunion for the Macintosh

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