|Father:||William Thorburn Ivey, Sr. (1898-1985)|
|Mother:||Stella Gertrude Schriner (1899-1990)|
|Half-brother:||William Thorburn Ivey, Jr. (1930- )|
|Half-sister:||Nancy Ivey (Petrie) (1932-2001)|
|Husband:||Walter Sparks Measday III (1920-1998) married 1944-04-10, Baltimore, MD, USA.|
|Son:||Walter Sparks Measday IV (1949- )|
|Son:||Peter Schriner Measday (1950- )|
|Son:||Andrew Hammond Measday (1955- )|
|Son:||Charles Alexander Measday (1956- )|
|Place:||Buffalo, NY, USA|
|Died:||1995-05-31, 9:30 P.M.|
|Place:||Silver Spring, MD, USA|
|Buried:||Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Silver Spring, MD, USA (eulogy)|
|Photograph:||With her granddaughter, Elizabeth. (1987)|
|Essays:||School essays written by my mother when she was 14 years old: February (March 4, 1936) and The Romance of the Old (March 18, 1936).|
|Poem:||"The Rolling Road", published in the Maryland Federation PTA News. (1937?)|
|Find A Grave:||Jeanne I. Measday (1920-1995)|
The College of William and Mary:
The Flat Hat, 5-Mar-1940 - School newspaper, A-round With The Clubs:
Alpha-Eta of Sigma Pi held its
annual Founders Day Dance, Fri-
day night, February 23, in the
North Entrance and Dodge rooms
of Phi Beta Kappa Hall.
Decorations were of lavendar
and white, the colors of the frat-
ernity; and of unusual interest and
comment was a large lighted re-
plica of the Sigma Pi pin hung
above the fireplace in the Dodge
Dr. and Mrs. Carter, and Dr.
Clark acted as chaperons and as
hosts in the receiving line.
The dates wearing corsages of
white roses, the fraternity flower,
were Misses; Helen Black, Jeanne
Maiden, Mabel Amiss, Mary
Louise Curtiss, Evelyn Cannon,
Mildred Anne Hill, Shirley Ma-
hone, Jane Craig, Marie Rietz,
Evelyn Cosby, Libby Fisher, Jean
Ivey, Margaret Kelly, Jean Crist,
Florence Lean, Nellie Cole, Thel-
ma Bell, Wanda Cooke, Shirley
Petroff, Barbara Kempf, Mary
Sue Stall, Anne Fitzhugh, Marion
Jardine, Sally Bet Walker, Phylis
Hontz, and Manis Burch,
Jean Louise Crist (yearbook, genealogy) was Mom's best friend (or one of her best friends) in college. Mom used to talk about her often.
The Flat Hat, 2-Apr-1940 - School newspaper, Overheard...:Familiar sights (that need no explanation): ... Walter Measday and Jean Ivey ...
The Flat Hat, 22-Apr-1941 - School newspaper, Inquiring Reporter:
The laundry's not too bad --
could be improved on but it cer-
tainly is an improvement over the
dining hall. The unskilled, very
poor preparation ruins any good
food that, they might get -- Re-
gardless of the fact that they
cook for so many people -- the
food could 'be. improved by better
preparation. It has been done in
other places and should be done
here. -- Jeanne Ivey, '41.
Colonial Echo, 1941 - Yearbook entry.
Colonial Echo, 1941 - Yearbook; History Club, Treasurer.
Internal IBM newspaper report (GIF image) - undated; a picture goes in the blank space on the right.
|MISS IVEY PROMOTED |
IN BALTIMORE BUREAU
BALTIMORE, Md. -- Miss|
Jeanne L. Ivey, instructress in
the customer operators' school
here, has been
ing Mr. A. L.
Pfaff, who will
joined the com-
pany in July,
1941, as a
No. 525 at Endicott, N. Y., and
on graduation was made a sys-
tems servicewoman in the Balti-
more office. She was made an in-
structor in the customer opera-
tors' school last August.
Miss Ivey is a Bachelor of Arts
graduate of William and Mary
Engagement announcement - The Baltimore Sun, 1943-12-07.
MRS. STELLA G.
IVEY has announced|
the engagement of her daughter,
Miss Jeanne Louise Ivey, to Cor-
poral Walter Sparks Measday, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Measday,
Jr., Westwood, N. J. The prospec-
tive bride and bridegroom are grad-
uates of William and Mary College,
where Mr. Measday was a member
of Phi Beta Kappa. Miss Ivey on
her maternal side is a direct de-
scendant of Maj. Gen. John Ham-
mond of the Revolutionary War.
The wedding will take place early
in the spring.
Death notice - The Washington Post, June 3-4, 1995.
MEASDAY, JEANNE IVEY|
On Wednesday, May 31, 1995 JEANNE I.
MEASDAY of College Park, MD; beloved wife of
Walter S. Measday; mother of Walter S. IV, Peter
S., Andrew H. and Charles A. Measday; sister of
Nancy Petrie and William Ivey. Also survived by
eight grandchildren. Relatives and friends may call
at COLLINS FUNERAL HOME, 500 University
Blvd., W., Silver Spring, MD, Sunday 2 to 4 p.m.
Graveside service and interment on Monday, June
5 at 1 p.m. at Gate of Heaven Cemetery.