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Cynthia (#48068729)
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J. Rupert
RE: Uncle
One last tidbit, in the 1920 Cincinnati Census, it says William was what I believe to say, but I can't swear to it, a cigar maker in a cigar factory. :)
Added by J. Rupert on May 08, 2017 9:13 PM
J. Rupert
RE: Uncle
Ok, I see some info on them, but cannot locate where they are buried. Perhaps you could contact Summit County and see about getting their death certificate, which would have their burial location. Here's what I found. In the 1930 census, in Akron City, Summit County, Portage Twp, on Hawthorne Ave., Evalyn A. living with husband, Raymond T. and son Raymond T. Jr., who was less than one year old. All three were born in Ohio. Evelyn (or Evalyn??) was born Dec. 28, 1906 and died Oct. 20, 1993. Raymond T. was born Sept. 11, 1905, and died Feb. 11, 1978 in Akron, Summit County. Evelyn A Macbrayer and Raymond T. Evans were married June 14, 1928 in Hamilton, OH. Raymond's father is M.R. Evans & his mother is Sedora Tudor. Evelyn's father is Wm. H. Macbrayer and her mother is Lydia Eichhorn. In the 1920 Census, Wm., Lydia & Evelyn, whose last name was spelled McBrayere, lived in Cincinnati, Oh. Hamilton County. (So, they got married where she lived.) William H. was born in Illinois and was 38 in 1920. Both his parents were born in Kentucky. Lydia was born in Ohio, was 34 in 1920 and both her parents were born in Germany.
Hope this may give you some leads to go on.
Added by J. Rupert on May 08, 2017 9:10 PM
J. Rupert
RE: Uncle
Sorry, not the right person. Have you searched in the Akron area cemeteries?

Evelyn Mae Evans, 88, of Niceville, Fl., formerly of Fernwood Ave., died in Bay Heritage Nursing Home, Niceville.

Mrs. Evans was born Oct. 29, 1906, in Homestead, Pa., a daughter of John and Mary Pauline Crompton Gilkey. She was a cook at various restaurants and a member of Mahoning United Methodist Church.

Her husband, Richard, whom she married in 1931, died in 1957.

She leaves a son, Robert, of Niceville; a daughter, Mrs. Irene Olson of Youngstown; a sister, Mrs. Grace Provance of Westlake.

Two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Collins and Mrs. Florence Rue are deceased.
Added by J. Rupert on May 08, 2017 8:28 PM
J. Rupert
RE: searching for my uncle
Added by J. Rupert on May 07, 2017 10:03 PM
RO Williams
RE: Catherine
No, I know a lot of Fannings, but not related to any.
Added by RO Williams on Mar 03, 2014 2:08 PM
RO Williams
RE: Catherine
The Methodist Church is in the middle of Springfield; it is fairly easy to spot.
Added by RO Williams on Feb 26, 2014 2:42 PM
RE: Edith Kerr Bean
Good Morning, Cynthia!

Apologize for writing back so late, my family was visiting. What a neat find! Wish I could help you in directing you to Edith's family. I did not add her memorial to this site. Just left a memorial token in her memory.

Hope you are able to find her family!

Added by Diana on Mar 13, 2013 4:17 AM

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