Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Treasure Chest Thursday

Dorothy Robertson-Couch









This is my treasure, my gram ma, and this beautiful picture my mom just gave to me recently.
My grandmother Dorothy was a very lovely Lady. She was Baptist and believed strongly in our Lord. She also believed in speaking her mind which she did often.
She was involved in the World War I Widow's and in her church. She loved her family and was a devoted mother. Her Husband George Edgar Robertson war a WWI Veteran who got muster gassed.
She worked at JcPenny's doing the books, in 1917 she worked at Johnson Biscuit Company



Cancer test May 31st 1951 at Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Operation on July 25, 1948 at Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Operation on Sept 8, 1964 Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Operation on June 14, 1977 at Dameron Hospital, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Operation June 1981 Pacemaker put in
Operation on April 4, 1982 Bladder and Rectum repair
Operation on Oct 26, 1940 at Sioux valley Hospital, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Burial: 18 Apr 2001, Rural Cemetery, Stockton, California
Cause of Death: Cancer, Tumor in her stomach
Clubs & Organizations: American Legion, in Stockton, California
Education: 7 months at National Business Training School at Sioux City, Iowa
Religion: Baptist
Attendants: Bestman: Clyde J. Robertson
Marriage: 13 Jan 1921, Sioux City,Woodbury County, Iowa
Marriage Performed by: Pastor G.W. Cassidy
Place of Ceromo: First Baptist Church

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