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Margaret Rose Mills

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Birthplace: Cheyenne, Laramie, WY
Death: October 20, 1972 (33)
Red Lake, Coconino County, Arizona, United States
Place of Burial: Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Private and Private
Ex-wife of Bruce LeRoy Edwards
Mother of meghan Kathleen mccormick
Sister of Private

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About Margaret Rose Mills

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@R1651046236@ 1940 United States Federal Census Ancestry.com Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2012;

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Year: 1940; Census Place: Cheyenne, Laramie, Wyoming; Roll: T627_4572; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 11-39

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OneWorldTree Name: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc.;; OneWorldTree (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc.).

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Birth Certificate-Mills, Margaret; WY State Board of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics; File #1933; Registered #4256 WY State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics Name: Name: Wyoming:;; WY State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Birth Certificate-Mills, Margaret; WY State Board of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics; File #1933; Registered #4256 (Wyoming:).

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Obituary-Edwards-1, Margaret; The Arizona Republic Obituary; The Arizona Republic Name: Name: Phoenix: The Arizona Republic, 22 Oct 1972;; The Arizona Republic, Obituary-Edwards-1, Margaret; The Arizona Republic Obituary; (Phoenix: The Arizona Republic, 22 Oct 1972).

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10/22/1972 Obituaries

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Obituary-Edwards-1, Margaret; The Arizona Republic Obituary; The Arizona Republic Name: Name: Phoenix: The Arizona Republic, 22 Oct 1972;; The Arizona Republic, Obituary-Edwards-1, Margaret; The Arizona Republic Obituary; (Phoenix: The Arizona Republic, 22 Oct 1972).

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10/22/1972 Obituaries; 10/22/1972 Obituaries

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, St. Francis/Holy Cross Cemetery, Phoenix, AZ. Arrangements by A.L. Moore & Son(s) Mortuary, Phoenix, AZ. Rosary and Services held at Ss. Simon & Jude Cathedral, Phoenix, AZ. .

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@R1651046236@ 1940 United States Federal Census Ancestry.com Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2012;

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Year: 1940; Census Place: Cheyenne, Laramie, Wyoming; Roll: T627_4572; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 11-39

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The Arizona Republic 21 October 1972 Charles Kelly Name: Name: The Arizona Republic, 1972;; Charles Kelly, The Arizona Republic 21 October 1972 (The Arizona Republic, 1972), FLOODING FATAL TO 5; FARMS LOSE MILLIONS (paragraphs 5-10) "In northern Arizona, on U.S. 160 about 22 miles east of Tuba City, two vehicles plunged into 15-foot deep waters where a culvert had been, carrying four occupants to their deaths. The four victims were John Richard Weil, 35, on 1001 N. 43rd Ave., and Margaret Rose Edwards, 33, of 2813 W. Rovey, and Gonzalo Arce, 48, and Fernando Pereyra Hernandez, 32, both of Caliexico, Calif., the Arizona Highway Patrol said. Sgt. T.T. Nez, of the Navajo Police in Tuba City, said the culvert in the sandy road washed out about 3:30 a.m., just as a pickup with a camper passed over it. That pickup reached solid ground safely, but another camper-carrying pickup containing the two California man and the car containing Weil and Mrs. Edwards slid into the water. The bodies of the four, trapped inside their vehicles, were recovered by Arizona Highway patrolmen, Navajo Police and a Navajo tribal ranger using a boat, Nez said." .

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The Arizona Republic 21 October 1972 Charles Kelly Name: Name: The Arizona Republic, 1972;; Charles Kelly, The Arizona Republic 21 October 1972 (The Arizona Republic, 1972), FLOODING FATAL TO 5; FARMS LOSE MILLIONS (paragraphs 5-10) "In northern Arizona, on U.S. 160 about 22 miles east of Tuba City, two vehicles plunged into 15-foot deep waters where a culvert had been, carrying four occupants to their deaths. The four victims were John Richard Weil, 35, on 1001 N. 43rd Ave., and Margaret Rose Edwards, 33, of 2813 W. Rovey, and Gonzalo Arce, 48, and Fernando Pereyra Hernandez, 32, both of Caliexico, Calif., the Arizona Highway Patrol said. Sgt. T.T. Nez, of the Navajo Police in Tuba City, said the culvert in the sandy road washed out about 3:30 a.m., just as a pickup with a camper passed over it. That pickup reached solid ground safely, but another camper-carrying pickup containing the two California man and the car containing Weil and Mrs. Edwards slid into the water. The bodies of the four, trapped inside their vehicles, were recovered by Arizona Highway patrolmen, Navajo Police and a Navajo tribal ranger using a boat, Nez said." .

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Baptismal Certificate; Baptismal Certificate;.

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St. Mary's Cathedral, Cheyenne, WY.

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Baptismal Certificate; 27 Jan. 1963 Rev. Louis Fisher, asst. Pastor Name: Name: Salt Lake City: St. Patrick's Church, 20 June 1966;; Rev. Louis Fisher, asst. Pastor, Baptismal Certificate; 27 Jan. 1963 (Salt Lake City: St. Patrick's Church, 20 June 1966), This is to Certify that Mary Michelle Scott The daughter of Dale Scott and Margaret Mills born in Salt Lake City on Jan 10 1963 was Baptized on Jan. 27 1963 in the Church of St. Patrick, Salt Lake City according to the Rite of the Roman Catholic Church by Rev. William H. Flegge. Sponsors were Harvey and Alice Mills as recorded in the Baptismal Register of this church. .

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St. Mary's Cathedral, Cheyenne, WY.; St. Mary's Cathedral, Cheyenne, WY.

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Obituary-Edwards-2, Margaret; The Arizona Republic; Name: Name: 22 October 1972;; Obituary-Edwards-2, Margaret; The Arizona Republic; (22 October 1972), Rite set for engaged couple killed in storm-linked crash Joint rosary for Margaret Rose Edwards, 35, and John R. Weil, 35, will be at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in SS Simon and Jude Cathedral, 6351 N. 27th Ave. Mass for them will be at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday in the church. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. They were killed Friday when their car plunged into deep waters where a culvert had been washed out on U.S. 160 about 22 miles east of Tuba City, authorities said. They were engaged to be married. Mrs. Edwards, 3225 W. San Miguel, a native of Cheyenne, Wyo., came to Phoenix 3 1/2 years ago from Salt Lake City, Utah. She was employed as a record distributor with Alta Distribution Co. Mr. Weil, 1001 N. 43rd Ave., a native of Westminister, Colo., came to Phoenix 26 years ago from Chicago. He was employed as an iron worker in Superior and was a member of the Ornamental Iron Workers Union and Elks Lodge. Mrs. Edwards' Phoenix survivors include two sons, Michael and John; four daughters, Rebecca, Melissa, Mary M., and Megham[sic]; two brothers out of state; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey P. Mills of Apache Junction; grandparents, Mrs. Rose Sorensen of Salt Lake City, Mrs. Ella Mills of Rapid City, S.D., and Mrs. C. A. Knobbs of Helper, Utah. Mr. Weil's Phoenix survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Weil; a brother Steven, and a sister, Mrs. Jeannine Parks. Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow at Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home, 330 N. Second Ave. Both families suggest contributions to the Edwards Trust Fund in care of the Rev. Paul Smith of SS Simon and Jude Cathedral. .

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Death Certificate-Edwards, M; State of Arizona; Register File No. 111 Death No. D102 Coconino County, AZ Name: Name: State of Arizona, Department of Vital Statistics;; Coconino County, AZ, Death Certificate-Edwards, M; State of Arizona; Register File No. 111 Death No. D102 (State of Arizona, Department of Vital Statistics).

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Obituary-Edwards-2, Margaret; The Arizona Republic; Name: Name: 22 October 1972;; Obituary-Edwards-2, Margaret; The Arizona Republic; (22 October 1972), Rite set for engaged couple killed in storm-linked crash Joint rosary for Margaret Rose Edwards, 35, and John R. Weil, 35, will be at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in SS Simon and Jude Cathedral, 6351 N. 27th Ave. Mass for them will be at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday in the church. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. They were killed Friday when their car plunged into deep waters where a culvert had been washed out on U.S. 160 about 22 miles east of Tuba City, authorities said. They were engaged to be married. Mrs. Edwards, 3225 W. San Miguel, a native of Cheyenne, Wyo., came to Phoenix 3 1/2 years ago from Salt Lake City, Utah. She was employed as a record distributor with Alta Distribution Co. Mr. Weil, 1001 N. 43rd Ave., a native of Westminister, Colo., came to Phoenix 26 years ago from Chicago. He was employed as an iron worker in Superior and was a member of the Ornamental Iron Workers Union and Elks Lodge. Mrs. Edwards' Phoenix survivors include two sons, Michael and John; four daughters, Rebecca, Melissa, Mary M., and Megham[sic]; two brothers out of state; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey P. Mills of Apache Junction; grandparents, Mrs. Rose Sorensen of Salt Lake City, Mrs. Ella Mills of Rapid City, S.D., and Mrs. C. A. Knobbs of Helper, Utah. Mr. Weil's Phoenix survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Weil; a brother Steven, and a sister, Mrs. Jeannine Parks. Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow at Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home, 330 N. Second Ave. Both families suggest contributions to the Edwards Trust Fund in care of the REv. Paul Smith of SS Simon and Jude Cathedral. .

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Public Member Trees Ancestry.com Name: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.Original data - Family trees submitted by Ancestry members.Original data: Family trees submitted by Ancestry members.;; Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.Original data - Family trees submitted by Ancestry members.Original data: Family trees submitted by Ancestry members.), This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have remove d or changed information since this source citation was created. .

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The Phoenix Gazette The Phoenix Gazette, Article date 24 April 1974;section A, page 27. $8 Million Suit Filed in Road Deaths An $8 million lawsuit has been filed in federal court on behalf of the survivors of five persons killed when their cars plunged through a section of washed-out hoghway near Tuba City Oct. 20, 1972 Defendants in the suit are the U.S. Bureau of Indian Afairs; Federal Highway Administration; Office of Land Operations; State of Arizona; and Wells-Stewart Construction Co. Killed in the freak accident were Jose R. Pereyra, 46, Gonzalo Arce, 48, and Fernando Hernandez, 32, all of Calexico, Calif.; and Phoenicians John R. Weil, 35, and Mrs. Margaret R. Edwards, 35. TUCSON ATTORNEY Dale Haralson, who filed the action, said the deaths occured around 3 a.m. during a rainstorm when two cars fell into a section of washed-out highway on U.S. 160 about 20 miles north of Tuba City. Arce, Hernandez, and Pereyra were in one car and Weil and Mrs. Edwards were riding in the other auto, Haralson said. The suit claims negligence in planning, designing, building and maintaining the highway and accuses the defendants of failing to analyze and adequately provide for drainage areas. In each death, families of the deceased first filed claims with the defendants. The suits followed after the claims were denied. Plaintiffs are Mrs. Sipriana R. Pereyra, surviving parent of Pereyra, who is asking $1,004,000; Mrs. Anica Arce, widow of Arce, and her children George, Gloria, Isabel, and Josephine, who are seeking $2 million. Casper R. and Amelia R. Weil, survivors of Weil, who seek a $1 million judgement; Mrs. Alicia Hernandez, widow of Hernandez, and her children Jerry and Fernando D. Hernandez, asking $2 million; and Michael Manlove, Rebecca Manlove, Melissa Scott, Mary Scott, John Scott, and Meghan Edwards, all children of Mrs. Edwards, who seek $2 million in damages. .

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The Phoenix Gazette The Phoenix Gazette, Follow up article. Multimillion-Dollar Suit Set For March 31 U.S. District Court Judge Walter E. Craig has rules a multimillion dollar damage suit involving the deaths of five persons will go to trial March 31. Visiting Judge John K. Regan, St. Louis, Mo., will hear the consolidated lawsuit brought by Sipriana R. Pereryra of Tuba City and others, against the U.S. govenment and State of Arizona. The suit indicated the five persons, traveling in two autos, died early the morning of Oct. 20, 1972, when their vehicles plunged 18 feet into a flooding washout on U.S. 160 22 miles east of of State Highway 64. At its narrowest point the washout was 32 feet wide. Both vehicles washed into Red Lake. Victims were Gonzalo Arce, Jose Rios Pereyra, Fernando P. hernandez, John R. Weil, and Margaret Rose [sic]. The road was designed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs at Gallup, N.M., and approved by the Federal Highway Administration. Counsel for the plaintiffs said a number of questions must be resolved, including: was the roadway up to specifications, was the State of Arizona negligent in maintenance, .

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The Arizona Republic 21 October 1972 Charles Kelly Name: Name: The Arizona Republic, 1972;; Charles Kelly, The Arizona Republic 21 October 1972 (The Arizona Republic, 1972), FLOODING FATAL TO 5; FARMS LOSE MILLIONS (paragraphs 5-10) "In northern Arizona, on U.S. 160 about 22 miles east of Tuba City, two vehicles plunged into 15-foot deep waters where a culvert had been, carrying four occupants to their deaths. The four victims were John Richard Weil, 35, on 1001 N. 43rd Ave., and Margaret Rose Edwards, 33, of 2813 W. Rovey, and Gonzalo Arce, 48, and Fernando Pereyra Hernandez, 32, both of Caliexico, Calif., the Arizona Highway Patrol said. Sgt. T.T. Nez, of the Navajo Police in Tuba City, said the culvert in the sandy road washed out about 3:30 a.m., just as a pickup with a camper passed over it. That pickup reached solid ground safely, but another camper-carrying pickup containing the two California man and the car containing Weil and Mrs. Edwards slid into the water. The bodies of the four, trapped inside their vehicles, were recovered by Arizona Highway patrolmen, Navajo Police and a Navajo tribal ranger using a boat, Nez said." .

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The Phoenix Gazette-Monday, Oct. 23, 1972 Corky Simpson Name: Name: Phoenix:The Republic and Gazette, 1972;; Corky Simpson, The Phoenix Gazette-Monday, Oct. 23, 1972 (Phoenix:The Republic and Gazette, 1972), 8 DIE IN STATE'S THIRD FLOOD (paragraph 3) "Five Persons died Friday when two automobiles plunged into a 15-foot washout on U.S. 160 and 22 mile seast of Tuba City. They include John Richard Weil, 35, Phoenix, and a passenger in his car, Margaret Rose Edwards, 33, also ofPhoenix." .

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Letter from Margaret [Mills] Edwards granting custody of her children; to her parents, in the event of her death Margaret Mills Edwards Name: Name: 1972;; Margaret Mills Edwards, Letter from Margaret [Mills] Edwards granting custody of her children; to her parents, in the event of her death. (1972), This letter was signed as a precautionary measure. To my recollection, it was notarized after my mother's death was announced on the radio. My grandmother was afraid that they would not be awarded custody, I believe, because of their age, and the fact that they were retired. October 19, 1972 To Whom It May Concern: I give complete custody of my children to my parents, Harvey and Alice Mills. (In case of accident of Death) Margaret Edwards Children- Melissa Mary John Meghan Rebecca It was notarized by Mary Helen Gonzales, and is dated 19 October 1972. Witnesses were Sally Brown and Marilyn Frey." .

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The Phoenix Gazette The Phoenix Gazette, Article date 24 April 1974;section A, page 27. $8 Million Suit Filed in Road Deaths An $8 million lawsuit has been filed in federal court on behalf of the survivors of five persons killed when their cars plunged through a section of washed-out hoghway near Tuba City Oct. 20, 1972 Defednats in the suit are the U.S. Bureau of Indian Afairs; Federal Highway Administration; Office of Land Operations; State of Arizona; and Wells-Stewart Construction Co. Killed in the freak accident were Jose R. Pereyra, 46, Gonzalo Arce, 48, and Fernando Hernandez, 32, all of Calexico, Calif.; and Phoenicians John R. Weil, 35, and Mrs. Margaret R. Edwards, 35. TUCSON ATTORNEY Dale Haralson, who filed the action, said the deaths occured around 3 a.m. during a rainstorm when two cars fell into a section of washed-out highway on U.S. 160 about 20 miles north of Tuba City. Arce, Hernandez, and Pereyra were in one car and Weil and Mrs. Edwards were riding in the other auto, Haralson said. The suit claims negligence in plkanning, designing, building and maintaining the highway and accuses the defendants of failing to analyze and adequately provide fo drainage areas. In each death, families of the deceased first filed claims with the defendants. The suits followed after the claims were denied. Plaintiffs are Mrs. Sipriana R. Pereyra, surviving parent of Pereyra, who is asking $1,004,000; Mrs. Anica Arce, widow of Arce, and her children George, Gloria, Isabel, and Josephine, who are seeking $2 million. Casper R. and Amelia R. Weil, survivors of Weil, who seek a $1 million judgement; Mrs. Alicia Hernandez, widow of Hernandez, and her children Jerry and Fernando D. Hernandez, asking $2 million; and Michael Manlove, Rebecca Manlove, Melissa Scott, Mary Scott, John Scott, and Meghan Edwards, all children of Mrs. Edwards, who seek $2 million in damages. .

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section A, page 27

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The Phoenix Gazette The Phoenix Gazette, Follow up article. Multimillion-Dollar Suit Set For March 31 U.S. District Court Judge Walter E. Craig has rules a multimillion dollar damage suit involving the deaths of five persons will go to trial March 31. Visiting Judge John K. Regan, St. Louis, Mo., will hear the consolidated lawsuit brought by Sipriana R. Pereryra of Tuba City and others, against the U.S. govenment and State of Arizona. The suit indicated the five persons, traveling in two autos, died early the morning of Oct. 20, 1972, when their vehicles plunged 18 feet into a flooding washout on U.S. 160 22 miles east of of State Highway 64. At its narrowest point the washout was 32 feet wide. Both vehicles washed into Red Lake. Victims were Gonzalo Arce, Jose Rios Pereyra, Fernando P. hernandez, John R. Weil, and Margaret Rose [sic]. The road was designed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs at Gallup, N.M., and approved by the Federal Highway Administration. Counsel for the plaintiffs said a number of questions must be resolved, including: was the roadway up to specifications, was the State of Arizona negligent in maintenance, .

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@R1651046236@ 1940 United States Federal Census Ancestry.com Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2012;

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Year: 1940; Census Place: Cheyenne, Laramie, Wyoming; Roll: T627_4572; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 11-39

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Margaret Rose Mills's Timeline

1938
November 5, 1938
Cheyenne, Laramie, WY
November 20, 1938
Cheyenne, Laramie, WY
1940
April 1, 1940
Age 1
Cheyenne, Laramie, Wyoming, United States
1972
October 20, 1972
Age 33
Red Lake, Coconino County, Arizona, United States
October 22, 1972
Age 33
Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, United States
1972
Age 33
Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, United States