Edward Mollohon, T. Roy Mollohan, Ward Mollohan
Edward C. "Mollyhon" is single in 1910 Logan County, 33, born in West Virginia, parents also born in West Virginia.
Edward proved up a quarter in 6, 6N 49W in 1914.
Edward Camden Mollohan registered with a Fleming address born Feb 12, 1877, nearest relative May M. Mollohan, also an address of Fleming.
In 1920 Boone County, West Virginia, Edward, 42 and Myrtla M. 32 are with her father John Morris 84, Saquer, 64. They have Eva N. eleven months and son Billa newborn.
In 1930 Logan County Edward is 53, May M. 42, and they have Neola 11 born in Colorado, John B. 10 West Virginia, and Jack 3, Colorado. Russell Mollihan 40 divorced, 40, born in West Virginia, is boarding with them.
T. Roy proved up a quarter in 7, 6N 49W in 1914.
Irma married Warder Mollohan July 8, 1913 at Euclid, WV.
She was killed in a auto accident north of their place at Leroy, Colorado leaving 4 children. Duff, Donald, Virginia and Mary. Irma - 1892-1922 is buried in Sterling.
In June 1950 Mrs. Duff Mollohan was the pianist for the wedding of Miss
Berniece Marks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Marks of Fleming, married John
Schram. Berniece was her cousin, and was living in Steamboat Springs
|Donald Hobart "Jiggs" Mollohan, age 92, of Otis, Colorado, died at
home on May 11, 2008.
A graveside service will be held Friday, May 16, 2008 at the St. Peters Catholic Church Cemetery, Fleming, Colorado.
Don was born on February 12, 1916 to Warder and Irma (Reip) Mollohan in Sterling, Colorado. He grew up on his Dad's homestead in the LeRoy community of Logan County, Colorado completed the eighth grade at Harding High School and embarked on his own ranching/farming career on his Grandfather's homestead in Washington County, Colorado in 1935.
He joined the U. S. Navy in March 1942 and served during World War II as a Gunners Mate on merchant marine ships transporting supplies for the fighting forces in the South Pacific and lumber off the west coast of the U.S.
On September 24, 1943 he married Florence "Dolly" Diamond of Akron, Colorado, in Seattle, Washington. After his discharge from the U. S. Navy in October, 1945 the couple returned to Colorado and settled on the farm in Washington County, where he has resided for the past 63 years.
Don was preceded in death by his wife, Dolly, a daughter, Rita Jo Mollohan, his brother, Duff Mollohan and his sister, Virginia Mills.
He is survived by his sister, Mary Reed-Goff of Fleming, Colorado, and his children, Mary Mekelburg of Greeley, Colorado, James Mollohan of Aurora, Colorado, Helen Utley of Westminster, Colorado, Thomas Mollohan of Thermopolis, Wyoming, Timothy Mollohan of Otis, Colorado, Robert Mollohan of Otis, Colorado, Susan Seward of Superior, Colorado, Teresa Knutzen of Thermopolis, Wyoming, Evelyn Conrad if Klamath Falls, Oregon, Michael Mollohan if Saginaw, Michigan and Patrick Mollohan of Waterford, Michigan, 22 grand children and 6 great-grandchildren.
Addie Mollohan married Ottie R. Probasco Nov 15, 1912, recorded in Logan County.
Grover Mollohan married Blanche Rockford Apr 14, 1915, recorded in Logan County.
Lillie Mollohan married Carl Behrendsen April 14, 1915, recorded in Logan County.
Cortey Mollohan married Vesta Keehn May 10, 1911, recorded in Washington County.
Winnie Mollohan married Thurmand P. Frame March 28, 1923, recorded in Logan County.
Warder Mollohan married Lourie Burroughs March 5, 1930, recorded in Yuma County.
Duff E. Mollohan married Katherine Grauberger Jun 20, 1934, recorded in Logan County.
George Mollohan married Mrs. Hazel Vickers Oct 1, 1937, recorded in Morgan County.
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