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Esther Alfrida May Lindgren was born 18 February 1894 in Saunders Co., NE, she died 30 November 1982 in Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO, and is buried with her husband in the Fairview Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso, CO.  (Find A Grave Memorial # 33499653)

On 23 September 1912, she married Benjamin Abraham Lacy in Fairfax, Gregory, SD.  Rev. C.S. Dueholm performed the ceremony.

Benjamin Lacy was born on 29 February 1892 in Spencerburg, Pike Co., MO to John Abraham Lacy and Frances Catherine Moore.  He was one of seven children. The family was living in Boyd Co., NE at the time of the 1910 US Census.  Benjamin's World War I Draft card describes him as tall, slender build, with blue eyes and light hair. He was farming in Weld County, CO at the time he registered on 8 Jun 1917.   In 1930 & 1940, Ben and Esther were farming in Larimer County, CO.  Benjamin died 24 August 1964 in Colorado. (Find a Grave Memorial # 33499652). 

Benjamin and Esther Lacey had five children:

1.  Lloyd Abraham Lacy, born  23 June 1913 in Nebraska, died 19 Jul 1999 in Laramie, Albany, Wyoming.  He married  on 03 Aug 1935 to  Alta Rose Batman, daughter of Arthur F. and Marie Batman  She was born 15 Feb 1911, died 24 Feb 1973, and is buried in Roselawn Cemetery, Fort Collins, Larimer, CO. She was a teacher at the time she married Lloyd.  Lloyd is listed twice in the 1940 census, first in his parents' household in Bellevue, Larimer, CO, then with his bride & a boarder in Eagle, Eagle, CO.  His occupation, in both instances, was listed as 'barber'.   Lloyd was residing in Albany County, WY, at the time of his enlistment on 20 Oct 1943, at Fort Francis E. Warren in Cheyenne, WY, for the duration of WW2.  Lloyd and Alta had no children.

2.  Charles Ivan Lacy , 1915 - 1997

3.  Dawn Iris Lacy, 1916 - 2012

4.  Rhuben Eugene Lacy  1918 - 2006

5.  Benjamin Bryce Lacy , born 8 Dec 1926, died 25 Apr 2007 in Sun City, Maricopa, AZ. In 1948, he married  Margaret Henderson, daughter of George W. and Bendina (Parrett) Henderson, at her mother's hospital bedside.  Ben was a Colorado Springs police officer for 32 years.  Margaret served as an organist at Grace Church and as organist/choir master at Church of the Holy Spirit in Colorado Springs. They moved to Arizona upon retirement.   Before leaving Colorado Springs, they donated a collection of photographs to the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum.

Ben and Margaret had no children.