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Re: Question-and thank you
Posted by: phyl g (ID *****0891) Date: October 12, 2013 at 14:35:23
In Reply to: Question-and thank you by janis dunn of 39022

Maybe I was mistaken, but thought I provided quite a bit of info in the email I sent.

Larry is correct [THANKS LARRY]. Jean's maiden name is BUNCH
1930 San Diego
John F [Fredrick] CA
Jean R 33 WA MO Switzerland
Robert C 14 OR [in Portland by 1938]
Beverly 9 OR
Jean was 1st m to Lambert Ephraim CLARK b MO, evidently divorced as he died 1971 OR, and he was m to Pearl by 1930. It appears John BLACK born/raised/died San Diego, so don't know what Jean was doing in San Diego, as Lambert CLARK was in MT 1922.

It's a sticky wicket....San Diego 1930 John/Jean BLACK; Geo/Pearl Hughes. Geo divorces Pearl, marries Jean Pensacola FL 1935, but yet the 1933 San Diego Directory has Jean lvg with George USN.
Could be another couple..HUGHES is a common name.

She is listed by both names CADI
[step sister of Geo & Richard]
Beverly Lorene KNAPP
Beverly Lorene MC PHERSON
b 7-29-1920 OR; 2-3-1996 Sonoma CA; parents: CLARK/BUNCH
a few yrs earlier she resided San Rafael and Novato, both in Marin Co CA

Have you requested the obit for Geo Mark may mention the whereabouts of bro Richard Edward.

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