|Unknown Child, Vivian Cline|
|Edith Findley (Finlay)|
Sina has identified this lady as Edith Findley. However, I had to use alternate spellings of her surname to locate some census records for Sina's friend.
The World War I draft registration card for Edith's husband, Austin Don Finlay, is dated June 5, 1917. Mr. Finlay indicates he has a wife who is a "prospective mother." Since this document has his signature, I will assume the correct spelling is Finlay. Mr. Finlay died February 1, 1964.
The 1920 census shows Edith and her husband, Austin, living in Waverly, Lancaster county Nebraska with their two year old son, Howard. Austin is a farmer.
In 1930, Edith was 40 years old and living with her husband, Austin, a farmer in Mill Precinct, Lancaster county, Nebraska. Mill Precinct is located adjacent to Cass county, Nebraska, where Sina and her husband lived. The couple has a 12 year old son, Howard.
A 1937 newspaper obituary states that Edith sang at a funeral service at the Methodist church in Greenwood, Nebraska.
The social security death index indicates that Edith died in May 1978, her last residence being in Louisville, Cass county, Nebraska.
I've yet to find a reference to Edith's maiden name.
More photos from Sina's Little Book of Pictures will be posted soon.