Museum the New Llano Colony



Ila Goins Alternate spelling Goans

Birth: Born around 1920 in Louisiana.  

Description:  

Pre-Colony History: She and her sister, Katie Belle, arrived in the colony in June 1935.  

Family Information: Daughter of Hattie Brown and step-daughter of Ed Brown; sister of Katie Belle Goans and Mrs. Ben Clark.  

Job in Colony: In 1935 she was working in the serving line at the hotel.

In 1936 Harry Morgan was in charge of the laundry and his helpers included Mrs. Clark, Katie Belle and Ila Goans, Mrs. Ribbing, Mrs. Ogden and Mrs. Swilley.

Later in 1936, her sister Mrs. Clark, was in charge of the laundry and both Katie Belle and Ila remained to assist her there, though by May, both the latter girls were back in the kitchen. Ila helped serve the 1936 Thanksgiving meal at the hotel which consisted of sweet potatoes, roast beef and various other things.  

Home in Colony: In 1935 she was living inside the Newllano Colony.  

Other Info: In 1936 she was on the Llano Library Roll of Honor for returning all her library books on or before their due date.

In 1937 she attended a party for the high school students, then later that week, helped hide Easter eggs for the younger children at the huge party held on the Mrs. Hewett's lawn. They later helped serve cocoa and sandwiches.

A week later she received word that her brother who was in the (US) navy was very ill and in a government hospital.  

Post-Colony History: In 1940 she was living in a home in the unincorporated New Llano, Louisiana (site of the old colony) with her mother, step-father and two sisters.  

Death:  

Sources: US Census: 1930, 1940; "Llano Colonist": November 23, 1935, December 7, 1935, January 18, 1936, February 8, 1936, December 5, 1936, April 10, 1937, April 17, 1937  

 

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