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Circa 1910 photos of Ruby Mildred Deem (1892-1991)
Posted by: Paul Peterson (ID *****2235) Date: September 03, 2012 at 19:21:03
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I purchased in Jacksonville, OR the subject undated snapshots that once belonged to Robert Sanford Dawkins (1877-1961) of West Virginia. One photo depicts two teenage boys and three teenage girls and is identified on the back of the print:

"Harold White
Russell Cooper Ruby Deem
Lena Taylor
Alma Arnold!"

Another photo, printed as a RPPC (Real Photo Postcard) (not postally used) is unidentified, but depicts four of the individuals who appear in the previous photo, including Ruby Deem.

Ruby Mildred Deem, born 14 Feb 1892 in Wood Co., WV, died 28 Jun 1991 in Arnold, Anne Arundel Co., MD, was the daughter of Winfield Scott Deem (1861-1944) and Dora Cooper (1863-1948). According to one Public Member Tree posted on ancestry.com, Ruby was married three times, to William Tedrick (1889-1977), James David Cooper (1887-), and Thomas Franklin Taylor (1893-).
Ruby is listed in the 1900 Census data for Slate, Wood Co., WV; the 1910 Census data for Parkersburg (resided at 1241 Satrobe Street), Wood Co., WV; the 1930 Census data for Election District 1, Baltimore Co., MD; and the 1940 Census data for Catonsville (resided at 639 North Burd Road), Baltimore Co., MD.

Contact me for free scans.


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