Earl Stanton Allgier

Last updated 23 Oct 2021 in Spear–Johnson Family.

Individual

Born: 14 Dec 1887 in Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, United States

Died: 1 Jul 1953 in Hill City, Pennington County, South Dakota, United States

Supporting evidence for:
name

birth-charles-allgier-1912: Delayed certificate of birth for Charles Jacob Allgier (1912); Iowa, Delayed Birth Records, 1856-1940, database with images, Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com: accessed 3 May 2018) > “440001-445000” image 4643; citing “Iowa State Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, filed 11 Aug 1942; State Historical Society of Iowa; Des Moines, Iowa”

Comment: Source includes name (Earl Stanton Allgier).

census-us-1920-ps-sd-charlesmix-53-5a: 1920 U.S. Census, population schedule, South Dakota, Charles Mix County, White Swan Township, enumeration district 1-53, sheet 5A (form/penned); 1920 United States Federal Census, database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 3 Mar 2017) > "South Dakota > Charles Mix > White Swan > District 0053" image 9; citing “Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920, NARA microfilm publication T625, roll 1717 (of 2076), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.”

Additional detail for reference: Line 39, dwelling 77

Comment: Source includes name (Earl S. Allgier).

interview-jack-allgier-2011: Notes from interview with John “Jack” Allgier, 9 Aug 2011; privately held

Comment: Source includes name (Earl Allgier).

marriage-allgier-miller-1938: Marriage return for Harold Allgier and Ida Miller (1938); Iowa, U.S., Marriage Records, 1880-1951, database with images, Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com: accessed 3 Nov 2020) > “1938 > 1 (Adair County thru Chickasaw County)” image 2257; citing “Iowa Department of Public Health. Iowa Marriage Records, 1880–1951. Textual Records. State Historical Society of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa”

Comment: Source includes name (Earl <spelling> Allgier). See research notes for spelling details.

obituary-earl-allgier-1953: Obituary for Earl S. Allgier (1953); “Earl S. Allgier Dies; Rites At Hill City Friday,” Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com: accessed 3 May 2018), image “United States of America > South Dakota > Rapid City > Rapid City Journal > 1953 > 07 > 02" page 4; citing “The Rapid City Daily Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), 2 Jul 1953 (Thursday), page 4, column 4”

Comment: Source includes name (Earl S. Allgier).

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birth

birth-charles-allgier-1912: Delayed certificate of birth for Charles Jacob Allgier (1912); Iowa, Delayed Birth Records, 1856-1940, database with images, Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com: accessed 3 May 2018) > “440001-445000” image 4643; citing “Iowa State Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, filed 11 Aug 1942; State Historical Society of Iowa; Des Moines, Iowa”

Comment: Source includes location (Marsheltown, Iowa).

census-us-1920-ps-sd-charlesmix-53-5a: 1920 U.S. Census, population schedule, South Dakota, Charles Mix County, White Swan Township, enumeration district 1-53, sheet 5A (form/penned); 1920 United States Federal Census, database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 3 Mar 2017) > "South Dakota > Charles Mix > White Swan > District 0053" image 9; citing “Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920, NARA microfilm publication T625, roll 1717 (of 2076), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.”

Additional detail for reference: Line 39, dwelling 77

Comment: Source includes age (32) and location (Iowa). Using his age and the official census date of 1 Jan 1920 gives a birth date range from 2 Jan 1887 to 1 Jan 1888.

obituary-earl-allgier-1953: Obituary for Earl S. Allgier (1953); “Earl S. Allgier Dies; Rites At Hill City Friday,” Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com: accessed 3 May 2018), image “United States of America > South Dakota > Rapid City > Rapid City Journal > 1953 > 07 > 02" page 4; citing “The Rapid City Daily Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), 2 Jul 1953 (Thursday), page 4, column 4”

Comment: Source includes location (Marshalltown, Ia.) and date (Dec. 14, 1887).

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death

obituary-earl-allgier-1953: Obituary for Earl S. Allgier (1953); “Earl S. Allgier Dies; Rites At Hill City Friday,” Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com: accessed 3 May 2018), image “United States of America > South Dakota > Rapid City > Rapid City Journal > 1953 > 07 > 02" page 4; citing “The Rapid City Daily Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), 2 Jul 1953 (Thursday), page 4, column 4”

Comment: Source includes location (Hill City [, South Dakota]) and rellative day ("last" Wednesday), in paper pubilshed Thursday, July 2, 1953..

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Family

Spouse/Partner: Cecil Alberta Vokes (1892 – ?)

Married: 20 Sep 1910 in Lake Andes, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, United States

Supporting evidence for:
marriage

obituary-earl-allgier-1953: Obituary for Earl S. Allgier (1953); “Earl S. Allgier Dies; Rites At Hill City Friday,” Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com: accessed 3 May 2018), image “United States of America > South Dakota > Rapid City > Rapid City Journal > 1953 > 07 > 02" page 4; citing “The Rapid City Daily Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), 2 Jul 1953 (Thursday), page 4, column 4”

Comment: Source includes location (Lake Andes [, South Dakota]) and date (Sept. 20, 1910).

census-us-1920-ps-sd-charlesmix-53-5a: 1920 U.S. Census, population schedule, South Dakota, Charles Mix County, White Swan Township, enumeration district 1-53, sheet 5A (form/penned); 1920 United States Federal Census, database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 3 Mar 2017) > "South Dakota > Charles Mix > White Swan > District 0053" image 9; citing “Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920, NARA microfilm publication T625, roll 1717 (of 2076), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.”

Additional detail for reference: Lines 39,40, dwelling 77

Comment: Source identifies Ceacle W. Allgier as the wife of Earl S. Allgier.

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Child: Harold S. "Huck" Allgier (1911 – 1974)

Child: Charles Jacob Allgier (1912 – ?)

Child: Roland E. Allgier (1914 – 1981)

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Miscellaneous Facts

Events

Burial: 3 Jul 1953 at Hill City, Pennington County, South Dakota, United States

Cemetery: (Hill City Cemetary) at Hill City, Pennington County, South Dakota, United States

Supporting evidence for:
events

obituary-earl-allgier-1953: Obituary for Earl S. Allgier (1953); “Earl S. Allgier Dies; Rites At Hill City Friday,” Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com: accessed 3 May 2018), image “United States of America > South Dakota > Rapid City > Rapid City Journal > 1953 > 07 > 02" page 4; citing “The Rapid City Daily Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), 2 Jul 1953 (Thursday), page 4, column 4”

Comment: Source includes cemetery (Hill City Cemetery [, Hill City, South Dakota]) and relative day ([next] Friday) for an obituary published Thursday, July 2, 1953.

obituary-earl-allgier-1953: Obituary for Earl S. Allgier (1953); “Earl S. Allgier Dies; Rites At Hill City Friday,” Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com: accessed 3 May 2018), image “United States of America > South Dakota > Rapid City > Rapid City Journal > 1953 > 07 > 02" page 4; citing “The Rapid City Daily Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), 2 Jul 1953 (Thursday), page 4, column 4”

Comment: Source includes name of cemetery (Hill City Cemetery [, Hill City, South Dakota]).

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Attributes

Occupation: (farm operator) 1 Jan 1920

Residence: 1 Jan 1920 at White Swan Township, Charles Mix County, South Dakota, United States

Occupation: (cement mason) 1928

Residence: 1928 at Hill City, Pennington County, South Dakota, United States

Supporting evidence for:
attributes

census-us-1920-ps-sd-charlesmix-53-5a: 1920 U.S. Census, population schedule, South Dakota, Charles Mix County, White Swan Township, enumeration district 1-53, sheet 5A (form/penned); 1920 United States Federal Census, database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 3 Mar 2017) > "South Dakota > Charles Mix > White Swan > District 0053" image 9; citing “Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920, NARA microfilm publication T625, roll 1717 (of 2076), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.”

Additional detail for reference: Line 39, dwelling 77

Comment: Source includes census date (1 Jan 1920) and location (White Swan Township, County: Charles Mix, State: South Dakota).

census-us-1920-ps-sd-charlesmix-53-5a: 1920 U.S. Census, population schedule, South Dakota, Charles Mix County, White Swan Township, enumeration district 1-53, sheet 5A (form/penned); 1920 United States Federal Census, database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 3 Mar 2017) > "South Dakota > Charles Mix > White Swan > District 0053" image 9; citing “Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920, NARA microfilm publication T625, roll 1717 (of 2076), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.”

Additional detail for reference: Line 39, dwelling 77

Comment: Source includes census date (1 Jan 1920) and location (White Swan Township, County: Charles Mix, State: South Dakota).

obituary-earl-allgier-1953: Obituary for Earl S. Allgier (1953); “Earl S. Allgier Dies; Rites At Hill City Friday,” Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com: accessed 3 May 2018), image “United States of America > South Dakota > Rapid City > Rapid City Journal > 1953 > 07 > 02" page 4; citing “The Rapid City Daily Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), 2 Jul 1953 (Thursday), page 4, column 4”

Comment: Source includes year (1928) and occupation (cement mason).

obituary-earl-allgier-1953: Obituary for Earl S. Allgier (1953); “Earl S. Allgier Dies; Rites At Hill City Friday,” Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com: accessed 3 May 2018), image “United States of America > South Dakota > Rapid City > Rapid City Journal > 1953 > 07 > 02" page 4; citing “The Rapid City Daily Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), 2 Jul 1953 (Thursday), page 4, column 4”

Comment: Source includes location (Hill City, South Dakota) and year (1928).

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Research Notes (Conflicts/Spelling/Followup)

SPELLING

Given Name: This database uses Earl Stanton. There is an apparent misspelling in his son's marriage certificate, which identifies him as Earl Station. [marriage-allgier-miller-1938]

FOLLOWUP

Earl's ancestry is German. [interview-jack-allgier-2011]

He was a good carpenter. [interview-jack-allgier-2011]

He owned a ranch in Lake Andes, South Dakota, but lost it in the hog market. [interview-jack-allgier-2011]

As of his death on 2 July 1953, Earl had two surviving sisters: Mrs. Ralph Brooks and Mrs. Reuben Newkirk, both from Lake Andes (implied South Dakota), Max Allgier in Colorado, and E.E. Allgier in Rapid City (implied South Dakota). [obituary-earl-allgier-1953]

Did Earl have an older brother named Charles? There exists a WWI draft registration card for Charles Harold Allgier, born 26 Apr 1884. On 12 Sep 1918 Charles was working as a carpenter in Lake Andes, South Dakota, and his "nearest relative" (presumably his wife) was Jenieveive[sic] Allgier. (from WWI draft card database on Ancestry.com)

Supporting evidence for:
research notes

interview-jack-allgier-2011: Notes from interview with John “Jack” Allgier, 9 Aug 2011; privately held

marriage-allgier-miller-1938: Marriage return for Harold Allgier and Ida Miller (1938); Iowa, U.S., Marriage Records, 1880-1951, database with images, Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com: accessed 3 Nov 2020) > “1938 > 1 (Adair County thru Chickasaw County)” image 2257; citing “Iowa Department of Public Health. Iowa Marriage Records, 1880–1951. Textual Records. State Historical Society of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa”

obituary-earl-allgier-1953: Obituary for Earl S. Allgier (1953); “Earl S. Allgier Dies; Rites At Hill City Friday,” Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com: accessed 3 May 2018), image “United States of America > South Dakota > Rapid City > Rapid City Journal > 1953 > 07 > 02" page 4; citing “The Rapid City Daily Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), 2 Jul 1953 (Thursday), page 4, column 4”

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