Florence Dawson

b. 18 August 1879, d. 19 February 1962
  • Florence Dawson was born on 18 August 1879 in Alabama.
  • The following appeared on 12 January 1908 in The Atlanta Constitution: (Birmingham) The wedding of Miss Florence Dawson and Mr. Temple Seibels will occur January 15. The following are th attendants: Mrs. Ryan, of Canada, matron of honor, and Mr. Henry Seibels, of Birmingham, best man, and Messrs. Robert Dawson, Emett Seibels, Fred Blackmon and Charles Teasley.
  • She married William Temple Seibels, son of Emmet Seibels and Anne Goldthwaite, on 15 January 1908 in Jefferson County, Alabama.
  • William Temple Seibels and Florence Dawson appeared in the US federal census of 15 April 1910 in Montgomery, Alabama, at 405 Adams enumerated in the household of Widow Mary S. Ball (age 62.)
  • The following appeared on 22 May 1913 in The Montgomery Advertiser: Emily Anne Seibels, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Temple Seibels, died shortly before midnight last night at the home of her father on South Court Street after a week's illness. The little one was 2 1-2 years old and the only child of Mr. Seibels, solicitor of Montgomery county, and his wife, who was Miss Florence Dawson, one of Alabama's best known and loved young women. In addition to her father and mother, Mrs. Emmet Seibels, of Montgomery, and Mrs. Robert Dawson, of Birmingham, and a large number of other relatives. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
  • William Temple Seibels registered for the draft on 12 September 1918 in Montgomery County, Alabama, while living with his wife Florence at 1201 South Court Street in Montgomery, and employed by the State of Alabama a County Solicitor.
  • Florence Dawson became a widow at the 11 March 1960 death of her husband William Temple Seibels.
  • Florence Dawson died on 19 February 1962 at age 82 in Montgomery, Alabama.
  • She was interred at Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama.
  • Last Edited: 24 Jun 2016

Family: William Temple Seibels b. 23 September 1873, d. 11 March 1960