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GLASPELL: David Bernard (twin of Rosemary), son of Bernard Gordon and Orla RINGUETTE, continues life in North Dakota

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David was born 26 Jun 1947 in Jamestown, Stutsman, North Dakota.

In 1964 the year before he graduated from Edgeley High School, he joined the National Guard. After high school, he worked as a salesman but remained an active member of the Guard. In 1979, David began a full-time career as recruiting officer for the North Dakota National Guard. He serves as Personnel Officer in the National Guard as Major. (1985)

He married Elizabeth Ann HUBER on 14 Sept 1968 in Edgeley, North Dakota. She was born 18 Jun 1948 in Edgeley, dtr of Peter and Caroline GEFRE HUBER. She graduated from Edgeley High School andattended Aberdeen School of Commerce in Aberdene and worked for the Aberdeen Mental Health Center and is currently employed by Job Service of North Dakota in Bismarck. The Glaspells are members of the Catholic church. They had 3 children:

1. Tnya Lynn born 22 Feb 1974 in Jamestown
2. Ryan Scott born 14 Apr 1979 in Bismarck
3. Tyler Davis born 20 Apr 1985 in Bismarck. He died 9 May 1985.

Surnames: GEFRE GLASPELL HUBER RINGUETTE
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by Bawden4 on 2012-01-04 13:22:56

The Eldridge-Bawden Families: The Ancestry and Descendants of Duncan Campbell Eldridge and Stephen Bawden, Scott County, Iowa; author-compiler Alice Richardson Sloan, C.G. (dec 2011), commissioned by John Duvall Bawden (dec 1992), Bettendorf, Iowa; Anundsen Pub Co., Decorah, Iowa , 1986, 290 pps, no copyright, no ISBN, in the personal library of this writer.

Reference from this vinyl-bound issue on page 110:
Information given by Mrs. Elizabeth Huber Glaspell, Bismarck, North Dakota June 1985

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