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Betty J Delaney/Deloney in Texas?
Posted by: Sarah Kiesche (ID *****1200) Date: May 05, 2006 at 21:15:09
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We are trying to track down my Paternal Grandmother whose name was listed on her birth certificate as "Betty Jo Delaney." She married my Paternal Grandfather Curtis Warnell Dashner. She was 18 when my father John Michael Dashner was born in 1940. On my uncle's birth certificate 2 years later, she listed her maiden name as Harradine. She would have been born in either LATE 1921 or early 1922. We know nothing about her because she abandoned my father and uncle early on. Here's the only info we have:

Her mother's maiden name was Powell, and she had a sister named Bonnie. Her mother's 3rd husband's last name was Harradine.

She had a greatuncle named Lewis Delaney. We have found him on the Census as Lewis H. Delaney whose son was Lewis S. Delaney.

We've found a Betty Delaney in the SSIndex who was born in October of 1921, whose card was issued in Texas, and she died in Oklahoma City. My uncle reported a long time ago that someone spotted her in the OKC Airport in the mid 50's. So it's a bit coincidental that we've found this record, but before we request the application we need to know her parents name.

*breath*

So, anyone have ANY information that could point me in the right direction?



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