|Elsie Fern (1892-1987), Edythe Neanette (1884-1955), and Mary Elma Johns (1886-1955)|
about 1902, probably at their home in Jacks Valley, Nevada.
Well, you can judge for yourself. But I think I got it. Mountain slopes don't lie. Well, I mean they do mostly just lie there until there's an earthquake or something.
Now, if we can just figure out all the family history notes Fern left for us.