Tag Archives: Soules

James Arthur Soules Jr.

James Arthur Soules, Jr.
b. 28 May 1895, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, to James Arthur and Angeline Isabell (Jones) Soules, Sr.
d. 27 July 1987, Madras, Oregon

m. 10 September 1919, Dickinson, North Dakota
Beth Carpenter Johnson
b. 14 January 1896, Dickinson, North Dakota
d. 26 March 1976, Dickinson, North Dakota

Children with Beth Carpenter Johnson:
• Ward James (1920-1990) married Beverly Fohl
• Garet James (1924-2002) married Dacotah Omemee Swett

James resided in Vigo County, Indiana, until 1905, when the family left for North Dakota, and then later moved to Oregon. He served in the Army during World War I as a Lieutenant and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross.

Submitted by:
Thomas P. Jones
Indianapolis IN
E-mail: genjones@juno.com

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Frances Sarah Soules

Frances Sarah Soules
b. 20 August 1892, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, to James A. and Angeline I. (Jones) Soules, Sr.
d. 29 December 1967, Eugene, Oregon

m.
Vincent Grimes

Frances left Vigo County, Indiana, after 1905 for North Dakota. After she was married, she moved to Oregon.

Submitted by:
Thomas P. Jones
Indianapolis IN
E-mail: genjones@juno.com

James Arthur Soules, Sr.

James Arthur Soules, Sr.
b. March 1862, Vigo County, Indiana, to Origen Brigham and Fraches Ann (Watkins-Draper) Soules
d. 14 September 1945, Bismarck, North Dakota

m/1. 20 October 1891, Vigo County, Indiana
Angeline Isabell Jones
b. 17 January 1866, Vigo County, Indiana, to Nathaniel M. and Sarah Ann (Brown) Jones
d. 3 November 1900, Vigo County, Indiana

m/2.
Wilhelmina Neukom

Children with Angeline Isabell Jones:
• Frances Sarah (1892-1967) married Vincent Grimes
• James Arthur, Jr. (1895-1987) married (1) Connie Carlson, (2) Beth Carpenter Johnson

Children with Wilhelmina Neukom:
• Mary E. (1910-1972) married Powell J. Bing

This family was first in Indiana prior to 1826 and resided in Vigo County. James did not leave for North Dakota until after 1905. He was a businessman and elected county officer while in Vigo County, and later a businessman in North Dakota.

Submitted by:
Thomas P. Jones
Indianapolis IN
E-mail: genjones@juno.com