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EARLY OR EARLEY OF CLAY/VIGO COUNTY INDIANA
Posted by: ROBERT ROGERS (ID *****1013) Date: January 21, 2009 at 17:39:21
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Rose Bell (Early) Myrick was born in Indiana about 1886 or 1887. Her parents were born in Kentucky.

aka Rosa B or Earley

Rose Bell (Early) married George R. Myrick on December 22, 1904 in Clay County, Indiana. They owned the Red Raven store in Brazil, Indiana together. They lived in both Clay County, Indiana and Vigo County, Indiana.

They had three children: Earl H. Myrick, Thelma Orilla (Myrick) Rogers, and Floyd Myrick. Earl H. died about ten years old. Flloyd A. Myrick married Katherine (Paddock). Had son Larry Myrick. Floyd A. Myrick (Died 11/25/1965) and is buried at Rose Lawn Cemetery in Terre Haute, Indiana. Thelma Orilla (Myrick) Rogers married Adelbert (Delbert) Clifton Rogers and had son Robert James Rogers.

I know of two sisters of Rose Bell (Early) Myrick. Fronie and Drews. Fronie married a Myrick, and had 3 children: Willie, Floyd, and Tommy. Floyd ran a store in Brazil, Indiana. Whereabouts of Drews Early are unknown.

Supposedly, Rose Bell (Early) had many other brothers and sisters. Her mother died when she was young. Her father remarried later.

George R. and Rose Bell (Early) Myrick are buried in Highland Lawn Cemetery along with Earl H. Myrick.

DOES ANYONE KNOW THESE PEOPLE?

-Rob Rogers-
Indianapolis, IN
rrogers121241@yahoo.com


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