James Ewing Tabb

M, b. 17 November 1894, d. 17 December 1894
FatherCharles Holmes Tabb b. 15 Aug 1859, d. 10 Nov 1938
MotherLillie Morrison Reynolds b. 30 Mar 1860, d. 29 Apr 1909
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     James was born at Crockett, Houston County, Texas, on 17 November 1894. James died on 17 December 1894.

Charles Creighton Tabb

M, b. 17 March 1897, d. 31 January 1971
FatherCharles Holmes Tabb b. 15 Aug 1859, d. 10 Nov 1938
MotherLillie Morrison Reynolds b. 30 Mar 1860, d. 29 Apr 1909
Last Edited9 Nov 2014
Charles Creighton Tabb
     Charles Creighton Tabb was employed at Valley Hardware Company, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. Charles was born at Crockett, Houston County, Texas, on 17 March 1897. He married Mary Margaret Shirley at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, on 8 September 1928. Charles died on 31 January 1971 at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at age 73. His body was interred after 31 January 1971 at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at Zion Episcopal Church.

Family

Mary Margaret Shirley b. 14 Jun 1900, d. Nov 1978

Mary Margaret Shirley

F, b. 14 June 1900, d. November 1978
Last Edited3 Mar 2004
     Mary's occupation: Housewife. at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. Mary was born at Jefferson County, West Virginia, on 14 June 1900. She married Charles Creighton Tabb at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, on 8 September 1928. Mary died in November 1978 at Jefferson County, West Virginia, at age 78.1 Her body was interred in November 1978 at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at Zion Episcopal Church.

Family

Charles Creighton Tabb b. 17 Mar 1897, d. 31 Jan 1971

Citations

  1. [S18] (American Tabbs Since the Civil War, The Tabb Family News.).

Mary Emily Tabb

F, b. 24 February 1900, d. 3 November 1974
FatherCharles Holmes Tabb b. 15 Aug 1859, d. 10 Nov 1938
MotherLillie Morrison Reynolds b. 30 Mar 1860, d. 29 Apr 1909
Last Edited1 Jul 2013
Mary Emily Tabb
     Mary's occupation: Housewife.. Mary was born at Crockett, Houston County, Texas, on 24 February 1900. She married William Vincent Marmion , Jr. at Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland, on 14 November 1959. Mary died on 3 November 1974 at Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at age 74. Her body was interred after 3 November 1974 at Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at St. Peters Cemetery.

Family

William Vincent Marmion , Jr. b. 1884, d. 1968

William Vincent Marmion , Jr.

M, b. 1884, d. 1968
Last Edited17 Dec 2014
William V Marmion Jr
     William Vincent Marmion , Jr. was employed at Attorney. William was born in 1884. He married Mary Emily Tabb at Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland, on 14 November 1959. William died in 1968. His body was interred in 1968 at Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at St. Peters Cemetery.

Family

Mary Emily Tabb b. 24 Feb 1900, d. 3 Nov 1974

Bailey Tabb

M, b. 6 December 1798, d. 6 December 1888
FatherGeorge Tabb b. 14 Nov 1750, d. 1 Aug 1829
MotherAnne Eliason b. 12 Feb 1771, d. 2 Sep 1850
Last Edited29 Aug 2017
Bailey Tabb
     Bailey was born at Berkeley County, Virginia, on 6 December 1798.1 He married Sarah Ann Campbell at 'Campbellton', Berkeley County, Virginia, on 17 March 1825. Bailey died on 6 December 1888 at Romney, Hampshire County, West Virginia, at age 90.1 His body was interred after 6 December 1888 at Romney, Hampshire County, West Virginia, at Indian Mound Cemetery.

Family

Sarah Ann Campbell b. 9 Mar 1806, d. 22 Jun 1874
Children

Citations

  1. [S855] Source: Her tombstone inscription.

Sarah Ann Campbell

F, b. 9 March 1806, d. 22 June 1874
FatherDougal Campbell b. 31 Aug 1777, d. 23 Dec 1844
MotherSarah Wallace Lyle b. 11 Jul 1787, d. 11 Apr 1875
Last Edited30 Dec 2010
Tombstone of Sarah A. Campbell Tabb
     Sarah was born at Gerrardstown, Berkeley County, Virginia, on 9 March 1806. She married Bailey Tabb at 'Campbellton', Berkeley County, Virginia, on 17 March 1825. Sarah died on 22 June 1874 at Romney, Hampshire County, West Virginia, at age 68.1 Her body was interred after 22 June 1874 at Romney, Hampshire County, West Virginia, at Indian Mound Cemetery.

Family

Bailey Tabb b. 6 Dec 1798, d. 6 Dec 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S855] Source: Her tombstone inscription.

George Brown Tabb

M, b. 2 December 1827, d. 2 June 1867
FatherBailey Tabb b. 6 Dec 1798, d. 6 Dec 1888
MotherSarah Ann Campbell b. 9 Mar 1806, d. 22 Jun 1874
Last Edited30 Dec 2010
     George was born at Berkeley County, Virginia, on 2 December 1827.1 George died on 2 June 1867 at Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, at age 39.1 His body was interred after 2 June 1867 at Romney, Hampshire County, West Virginia, at Indian Mound Cemetery.1

Citations

  1. [S854] Source: His tombstone inscription.

Dougal Campbell Tabb

M, b. 6 February 1829, d. 28 December 1894
FatherBailey Tabb b. 6 Dec 1798, d. 6 Dec 1888
MotherSarah Ann Campbell b. 9 Mar 1806, d. 22 Jun 1874
Last Edited13 Aug 2013
     Dougal Campbell Tabb lived in Romney, West Virginia, and farmed his father's farm nearby until the death of his father, Bailey Tabb. Then because of the health of his wife, they bought a large house on top of the Allegheny Mountain at Mt. Alto. They ran a boarding house taking people from Baltimore and Washington, "Mark Twain" and Gen. U.S. Grant were two notable guests that are remembered

Source: The Descendants of Duncan Campbell and Mary McCoy, Compiled by J. Lyle Campbell, Prepared for the Clan Campbell Society of the United States, May 1, 1976. Dougal was born on 6 February 1829.1 He married Matilda Woodrow (Woodie) McDowell on 25 September 1860. Dougal died on 28 December 1894 at Romney, Hampshire County, West Virginia, at age 65.1 His body was interred after 28 December 1894 at Romney, Hampshire County, West Virginia, at Indian Mound Cemetery.

Family

Matilda Woodrow (Woodie) McDowell b. 31 Jul 1835, d. 6 Nov 1890
Children

Citations

  1. [S855] Source: Her tombstone inscription.

Mary Wilkerson Tabb

F, b. 24 July 1836, d. 31 July 1896
FatherBailey Tabb b. 6 Dec 1798, d. 6 Dec 1888
MotherSarah Ann Campbell b. 9 Mar 1806, d. 22 Jun 1874
Last Edited13 Aug 2013
     Mary was born on 24 July 1836.1 She married John Tabb Janney on 16 December 1856. Mary died on 31 July 1896 at age 60.1 Her body was interred after 31 July 1896 at Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia, at Green Hill Cemetery.1

Family

John Tabb Janney b. 1 Mar 1832, d. 9 Apr 1919
Children

Citations

  1. [S845] Source: Obituary for Mary Kay Healey.

Robert Peyton Tabb

M, b. 4 January 1839, d. 13 July 1910
FatherBailey Tabb b. 6 Dec 1798, d. 6 Dec 1888
MotherSarah Ann Campbell b. 9 Mar 1806, d. 22 Jun 1874
Last Edited29 Nov 2014
Robert Peyton Tabb
     Robert was born at Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Virginia, on 4 January 1839. Robert Peyton Tabb served as a private in McNeill's Rangers, a Confederate partisan organization of the Confederate States Army. At the time of his enlistment (01 March 1864) he was a resident of Cumberland, Maryland. He enlisted in Hardy County, West Virginia. Robert Peyton Tabb, Jesse McNeill (Captain McNeill's son), and David Parsons remained behind in the Shenandoah Valley following a raid in which Captain John Hanson McNeill was mortally wounded on 03 October 1864. Once their leader was confortably settled the rebel trio began the fifty-mile journey to Howard's Lick, in Hardy County, where Captain McNeill's wife was temporarily making her home. Tabb was captured on 05 February 1865, and was sent to Fort McHenry, Maryland, as a prisoner of war on 08 February 1865. His record shows that he was listed as a "Guerilla not to be exchanged during the war." He was released from Fort McHenry on 5 May 1865.

Source: McNeill's Rangers by Roger U. Delauter, Jr., copyright 1986, H. E. Howard, Inc., Lynchburg, Virginia, pages 82 and 124. He married Mary Rebecca VanDiver at Burlington, Hampshire County, West Virginia, on 3 February 1869.1 Robert Peyton Tabb emigrated in 1879 from Lafayette County, Missouri; They moved in the spring of the year and purchased the farm of Mr. Joyner. Robert died on 13 July 1910 at 'Neatwood', near Dover, Lafayette County, Missouri, at age 71.2,3 His body was interred on 15 July 1910 at Higginsville, Lafayette County, Missouri, at Higginsville City Cemetery.4,3

Family

Mary Rebecca VanDiver b. 8 Jul 1851, d. 30 Oct 1943
Children

Citations

  1. [S799] Source: http://www.buxx.com/genealoby/html/fam03635.htm
  2. [S1078] Robert Peyton Tabb, Official.
  3. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  4. [S1078] Robert Peyton Tabb, Official, Died at age 72.

Harlan Page Tabb

M, b. 19 October 1841, d. 19 November 1926
FatherBailey Tabb b. 6 Dec 1798, d. 6 Dec 1888
MotherSarah Ann Campbell b. 9 Mar 1806, d. 22 Jun 1874
Last Edited3 Jun 2013
     Harlan Page Tabb was employed. Harlan Page Tabb was born in Virginia on October 19, 1841, and served as a private in McNeill's Rangers, a partisan organization in the Confederate States Army, during the Civil War. He resided in Cumberland, Maryland, at the time of his enlistment (1 October 1864) and enlisted in Hardy County, West Virginia.

He participated in the Confederate raid on Cumberland, Maryland, on February 21, 1865, conducted by Captain Jesse McNeill, as his father (Captain J. Hanson McNeill) had been shot and wounded by his own men and later died in November 1864. The raid netted two Union generals; General George Crook and General Benjamin F. Kelley. The two generals were removed from their hotel rooms in the early morning hours while outside, there were 10,000 Union troops. Of course the raiders took the back roads through the mountains to avoid capture. Upon arriving at Harrisonburg three days later, General Crook exclaimed, “Gentlemen, this is the most brilliant exploit of the war!” The raiders transported the captives to Staunton while being doggedly pursued nearly the entire route by the Ringgold cavalry and Sheridan’s cavalry from Cumberland and Winchester respectively.

After a night in Staunton, they entrained for Richmond. On the way, Col. Mosby became a passenger on the same train. Among Mosby’s achievements was the capture of Gen . Edwin H. Stoughton at Fairfax Court House, Virginia. On the train when Mosby learned of the capture of Crook and Kelly, he extended his hand to Lieutenant Welton and said, “You boys have beaten me badly. The only way I can equal this is to go into Washington and bring out Lincoln!”

Since this event occurred as it did near the close of the war, the mind of the South was centered with deep and absorbing concern on Richmond, and a little later on Appomattox. As such, this event was brushed aside and forgotten. After the war, bread and meat problems became paramount concern, so many years passed before there was a reaction to this incident.

Harlan Page Tabb was paroled on May 10, 1865, in Romney, West Virginia. At that time he was described as having a dark complexion, dark hair, gray eyes, and was 6 feet tall. He died on November 19, 1926, and is buried in Mt. Hebron Cemetery in Winchester, VA. My father remembered “Uncle Harlan” when he was a young boy in the 1920s.

This summary was taken from the account entitled Two General Kidnaped, by J. W. Duffey. Harlan was born at Brooke County, Virginia, on 19 October 1841. He married Sarah Frances VanDiver at Hampshire County, West Virginia, on 29 March 1871. He married Mary (Mollie) Virginia Manuel on 2 June 1885. Harlan died on 19 November 1926 at age 85. His body was interred on 21 November 1926 at Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, at Mt. Hebron Cemetery.

Family 1

Sarah Frances VanDiver b. 9 Dec 1847, d. 4 Apr 1883
Child

Family 2

Mary (Mollie) Virginia Manuel b. 1 Dec 1857, d. 10 Feb 1939
Children

Sarah Frances VanDiver

F, b. 9 December 1847, d. 4 April 1883
FatherArchibald VanDiver b. 18 Dec 1803, d. 16 Mar 1876
MotherRebecca Williams b. 13 Sep 1815, d. 27 Dec 1865
Last Edited7 Nov 2014
     Sarah was born at Hampshire County, Virginia, on 9 December 1847.1 She married Harlan Page Tabb at Hampshire County, West Virginia, on 29 March 1871. Sarah died on 4 April 1883 at Virginia at age 35.1 Her body was interred on 5 April 1883 at Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, at Mt. Hebron Cemetery.

Family

Harlan Page Tabb b. 19 Oct 1841, d. 19 Nov 1926
Child

Charles Edward Moore

M, b. 8 January 1853, d. 15 July 1923
FatherAlsa Moore b. 11 Feb 1815, d. 8 Feb 1901
MotherSarah Anne Park b. 15 Jun 1820, d. 26 Feb 1912
Last Edited4 Nov 2001
     Charles was born at Athens, Georgia, on 8 January 1853. He married Harriett Gertrude Deadwyler at Athens, Georgia, on 1 April 1884. Charles died on 15 July 1923 at Maysville, Georgia, at age 70.

Family

Harriett Gertrude Deadwyler b. 1 Jun 1865, d. 14 Jan 1929
Child

Mary (Mollie) Virginia Manuel

F, b. 1 December 1857, d. 10 February 1939
Last Edited7 Jul 2017
     Mary was born on 1 December 1857. She married Harlan Page Tabb on 2 June 1885. Mary died on 10 February 1939 at Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, at age 81. Her body was interred in February 1939 at Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, at Mt. Hebron Cemetery.

Family

Harlan Page Tabb b. 19 Oct 1841, d. 19 Nov 1926
Children

Mollie Creighton Tabb

F, b. 27 March 1887, d. 15 November 1977
FatherHarlan Page Tabb b. 19 Oct 1841, d. 19 Nov 1926
MotherMary (Mollie) Virginia Manuel b. 1 Dec 1857, d. 10 Feb 1939
Last Edited18 Oct 2014
     Mollie was born at 'Stoney Meade', Frederick County, Virginia, on 27 March 1887. She married Alexander Parker Lyon III on 23 June 1917. Mollie died on 15 November 1977 at Okeechobee, Florida, at age 90. Her body was interred after 15 November 1977 at Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, at Allegheny Cemetery.

Family

Alexander Parker Lyon III b. 7 Dec 1887, d. 16 Apr 1948
Children

Madge Harlan Tabb

F, b. 27 March 1887, d. 29 May 1970
FatherHarlan Page Tabb b. 19 Oct 1841, d. 19 Nov 1926
MotherMary (Mollie) Virginia Manuel b. 1 Dec 1857, d. 10 Feb 1939
Last Edited9 Dec 2010
     Madge was born at 'Stoney Meade', Frederick County, Virginia, on 27 March 1887. She married James Howard Cather on 23 September 1914. Madge died on 29 May 1970 at age 83. Her body was interred on 30 May 1970 at Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, at Mt. Hebron Cemetery.

Family

James Howard Cather b. 12 Oct 1881, d. 4 Sep 1933
Child

Alexander Parker Lyon III

M, b. 7 December 1887, d. 16 April 1948
Last Edited8 Nov 2014
     Alexander was born on 7 December 1887. He married Mollie Creighton Tabb on 23 June 1917. Alexander died on 16 April 1948 at age 60. He was buried after 16 April 1948 at Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

Family

Mollie Creighton Tabb b. 27 Mar 1887, d. 15 Nov 1977
Children

James Howard Cather

M, b. 12 October 1881, d. 4 September 1933
Last Edited11 Nov 2001
     James was born on 12 October 1881. He married Madge Harlan Tabb on 23 September 1914. James died on 4 September 1933 at age 51. His body was interred in September 1933 at Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, at Mt. Hebron Cemetery.

Family

Madge Harlan Tabb b. 27 Mar 1887, d. 29 May 1970
Child

James Howard Cather , Jr.

M, b. 26 October 1922
FatherJames Howard Cather b. 12 Oct 1881, d. 4 Sep 1933
MotherMadge Harlan Tabb b. 27 Mar 1887, d. 29 May 1970
Last Edited11 Nov 2001
     James was born at Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, on 26 October 1922.

Alexander Parker Lyon IV

M, b. 5 May 1918, d. 20 June 1951
FatherAlexander Parker Lyon III b. 7 Dec 1887, d. 16 Apr 1948
MotherMollie Creighton Tabb b. 27 Mar 1887, d. 15 Nov 1977
Last Edited8 Nov 2014
     Alexander was born at Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, on 5 May 1918. Alexander died on 20 June 1951 at Okeechobee, Florida, at age 33. He was buried after 20 June 1951 at Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

Harlan Page Tabb Lyon

M, b. 18 May 1920
FatherAlexander Parker Lyon III b. 7 Dec 1887, d. 16 Apr 1948
MotherMollie Creighton Tabb b. 27 Mar 1887, d. 15 Nov 1977
Last Edited11 Nov 2001
     Harlan was born at Youngstown, Ohio, on 18 May 1920.

Mary Rebecca VanDiver

F, b. 8 July 1851, d. 30 October 1943
FatherArchibald VanDiver b. 18 Dec 1803, d. 16 Mar 1876
MotherRebecca Williams b. 13 Sep 1815, d. 27 Dec 1865
Last Edited25 Jun 2013
Mary Rebecca VanDiver
     The following was written by Mary Rebecca Vandiver Tabb Taylor in about 1931 probably for Confederate Memorial Day.

DEDICATED TO CONFEDERATE VETERANS

Though seventy years have passed away
Since Southern heroes donned the gray
And fought for what they felt was right
With all their manhood, strength and might,
Our love has not grown less with years
And still, unbidden, fall the tears
On graves unmarked by e'en a stone,
The silent sleeper's name unknown.

Enough: he was a Southern boy---
Some father's pride -- some mother's joy,
And died to home and country true
In battle with the hosts in blue.

To all who fought 'neath stars and bars
And bearing still those honored scars---
Cheer up! The march will soon be done,
The bugle's calling one by one,
A few more pains, a few more tears,
The victory won: with silent cheers
Then lay this eartyly armor down
And wear in Heaven a starry crown.



Mary Rebecca Vandiver Tabb Taylor also wrote the following poem.

MEMORIES

Sitting alone at eventide
I gaze through a mist of tears
At the changes 'round our fireside
In the flight of a few short years
The vacant chairs a story tell
Of separations wide
Some gone to distant lands to dwell
Some on the other side.
Gladly would I again live o'er
Those years, tho fraught with care
For the labor of love is sweet to do
It's burdens easy to bear
Too slow, alas, we are to learn
That God's appointed way
Is to prize our blessings as they come
Enjoy them day by day.
We have no lease on future years
The present is ours alone
Then catch each day the brightest ray
Tomorrow it is gone. Mary was born at Burlington, Hampshire County, Virginia, on 8 July 1851.1 She married Robert Peyton Tabb at Burlington, Hampshire County, West Virginia, on 3 February 1869.2 Mary died on 30 October 1943 at Lexington, Lafayette County, Missouri, at age 92.1 Her body was interred after 30 October 1943 at Higginsville, Lafayette County, Missouri, at Higginsville City Cemetery.1

Family

Robert Peyton Tabb b. 4 Jan 1839, d. 13 Jul 1910
Children

Joseph Page

M
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Joseph died. Joseph was born. He married Ella May Tabb at Lafayette County, Missouri, on 21 February 1895.1

Family

Ella May Tabb b. 20 Nov 1869, d. 30 Jul 1960

Citations

  1. [S250] There were no children from this marriage.

Ella May Tabb

F, b. 20 November 1869, d. 30 July 1960
FatherRobert Peyton Tabb b. 4 Jan 1839, d. 13 Jul 1910
MotherMary Rebecca VanDiver b. 8 Jul 1851, d. 30 Oct 1943
Last Edited7 Nov 2014
Ella May Tabb
     Ella was born at 'Hilltop Farm', Hampshire County, West Virginia, on 20 November 1869.1 She married Joseph Page at Lafayette County, Missouri, on 21 February 1895.2 She married Charles Holmes Tabb on 22 November 1921. She married Thomas Anderson Walker on 5 November 1932. Ella died on 30 July 1960 at Lexington, Lafayette County, Missouri, at age 90.1 Her body was interred after 30 July 1960 at Higginsville, Lafayette County, Missouri, at Higginsville City Cemetery.1

Family 1

Joseph Page

Family 2

Thomas Anderson Walker b. 14 Jan 1861, d. 10 Apr 1951

Citations

  1. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S250] There were no children from this marriage.

George Brown Tabb

M, b. 26 September 1871, d. 12 November 1929
FatherRobert Peyton Tabb b. 4 Jan 1839, d. 13 Jul 1910
MotherMary Rebecca VanDiver b. 8 Jul 1851, d. 30 Oct 1943
Last Edited25 Jun 2013
George Brown Tabb
     George was born at 'Petit Place Farm', Hampshire County, West Virginia, on 26 September 1871.1 He married Emma Wilson at St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, on 17 November 1909.2 George died on 12 November 1929 at St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, at age 58.1 His body was interred after 12 November 1929 at Higginsville, Lafayette County, Missouri, at Higginsville City Cemetery.1

Family

Emma Wilson

Citations

  1. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S277] Married by Joe Hopper.

Emma Wilson

F
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Emma died. Emma was born. She married George Brown Tabb at St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, on 17 November 1909.1

Family

George Brown Tabb b. 26 Sep 1871, d. 12 Nov 1929

Citations

  1. [S277] Married by Joe Hopper.

Hudson Talbott

M, b. 10 February 1874
Last Edited12 Nov 2014
     Hudson's occupation: Physician.. Hudson was born on 10 February 1874. He married Frances Page Tabb at St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, on 25 June 1902. Hudson Talbott died on 11 August 1964 at age 90.1 He was buried after 11 August 1964 at Cave Hill Cemetery, Lousiville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.1

Family

Frances Page Tabb b. 11 Jan 1873, d. 1976
Children

Frances Page Tabb

F, b. 11 January 1873, d. 1976
FatherRobert Peyton Tabb b. 4 Jan 1839, d. 13 Jul 1910
MotherMary Rebecca VanDiver b. 8 Jul 1851, d. 30 Oct 1943
Last Edited19 Dec 2014
Frances Page Tabb
     Frances was born at 'Petit Place Farm', Hampshire County, West Virginia, on 11 January 1873.1 She married Hudson Talbott at St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, on 25 June 1902. Frances Page Tabb was buried in 1976 at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.1 Frances died in 1976 at Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.1

Family

Hudson Talbott b. 10 Feb 1874
Children

Vance Oliphant Smith

M, d. 8 October 1981
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Vance was born. He married Mary Frances Talbott on 20 June 1929.1 Vance died on 8 October 1981.

Family

Mary Frances Talbott b. 7 Jan 1904, d. 1989

Citations

  1. [S250] There were no children from this marriage.