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Otis Charles and Elsa M. CLEESEN BREWER married abt.1929 poss. Quincy, IL.
Posted by: Judi Gilker (ID *****8833) Date: February 27, 2005 at 01:23:36
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Looking for lost family members for over 25 years!!!

Otis Charles BREWER was born Aug 23, 1909 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois. He was a son of William and Lula Rebecca REDDICK ROGERS BREWER. He moved to Lincoln, Washington County, Ohio after 1930. He died Sept 21, 1979 in Lincoln, Washington County, Arkansas. according to his obit he died in a Fayetteville Nursing Home (Sun Rise Manor). He married Elsa M. CLEESEN abt. 1929 possibly in Quincy, Adams County Illinois. Elsa, was born May 3, 1913 believed in Adams County, Illinois, and died May 1992 in Dodge City, Ford County, Kansas. She was the daughter of Joseph Christian and Nellie CLEESEN.
Otis & Elsa had 4 known children:
1) Daniel BREWER, was living in Dodge City, Ford County, Kansas in Sept 1979.
2) Joann BREWER BROWNING, who was living in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona in Sept 1979
3) Mary BREWER HARRIS, who was living in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona in Sept. 1979.
4) Vanessa BREWER MONTEVERDE, who was living in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona in Sept. 1979.

Any help in locating Otis & Elsa's children or grandchildren would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much,
Judi from Illinois


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