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At that time her parents decided to return east. Leaving an older daughter in Indian Valley with friends, but her mother died while the lone wagon crossed the Nevada desert.Amanda was then left with relatives in Austin, Nevada, while her father continued the journey alone,his fate was never learned.
Amanda lost all trace of her family. At 6 yrs old she was adopted by Mr and Mrs Ben Hardesty. Fours years later her adopted mother died while driving a heard of horses across the Sierras to CA. leaving the 10 year old to care for an infant, and it was this foster sister, who twenty five years later met Amandas real sister, Martha Snyder in CA. establishing the first family contact between them.
At the age of 14, Amanda met and married Daniel Tussey Allison in Elko, Nevada on 19 May 1876.They had 11 children. the youngest was my father Raymond T.Allison. Amanda died on 12 July 1941 in Grand Junction, Colorado. Daniel Was born in Pettis County, Missouri February 1853 and died 17 Sept.1917 in Grand Junction, Colorado.
I no very little about my birth mother other than she was 18 when I was born June 23, 1950 at St Monica's Hospital in Arizona.She was born in Ok.
I found my two birth brothers In Texas.I haven't met them as yet. I talk to them quiet often.If any of this info sound familiar please e-mail [contact link]. My brothers and I would like to know what went on the first part of our life.
Thanks again for your time. Suzanne Tolman Vajda