Fay M. Morford1
(circa 1911 - 4 March 1983)
Fay M. Morford|b. c 1911\nd. 4 Mar 1983|p1115.htm|Cyrus H. Morford|b. 31 Jul 1871\nd. 25 Apr 1951|p602.htm|Mae Radford|b. c 1883|p1111.htm|Francis M. Morford|b. 14 May 1847\nd. 1 Jul 1932|p50.htm|Cordelia Day|b. 11 Sep 1835\nd. 12 Sep 1912|p51.htm|||||||
Fay M. Morford was born circa 1911 in Glenwood, Mills County, Iowa.2 He was farmed for many years, then operated a grocery store before retiring in 1963 between 1943 and 1963 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, Iowa.2 He lived in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, Iowa, on 26 Apr 1951.1 He was a veteran of WWII, and belonged to the Veterans of Foreign Wars.3 He was a member of the First Christian Church.2 Fay M. died in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, Iowa, on 4 Mar 1983.2 He was buried in Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Glenwood, Mills County, Iowa.2
Last Edited=September 9, 2006
- "Cyrus Morford - Morford Historian," Transcription of notice from an article in Morford Historian, July 1981, "Twins", originally published in The Opinion-Tribune, Glenwood, Iowa, 26 Apr 1951, p. 1., e-mail message from Vicky Winfield to this researcher, 6 Jun 2001.
- Vicky Winfield, "Fay M. Morford, 72," e-mail message from e-mail address (9120 Oak Cliff Dr., Midwest City, OK 73130) to DeAnna Burghart, 6 Jun 2001. Transcription of article in Glenwood Opinion Tribune, Glenwood, Iowa, 8 Mar 1983, p. 2Hereinafter cited as Fay Morford obituary.
- "Fay Morford obituary," Vicky Winfield e-mail to DeAnna Burghart, 6 Jun 2001.