Mary Anne Gravenmier

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Personal and Family Information

Mary was born on 28 OCT 1912 in White County, Arkansas, the daughter of Melvin Walter Gravenmier and Edith Ellen Franks.

She died on 18 SEP 1969 in Searcy, White County, Arkansas.[Note 1]

Her husband was Sanford Kitle Davis, who she married on 7 DEC 1934 in Augusta, Arkansas. Their two known children were James Kitle (1935-1976) and Jere Walter (1938-1999).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Mary Anne Gravenmier
(1912-1969)

 

Melvin Walter Gravenmier
(1882-1963)

 

Harmon Gravenmier
(1849-1890)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Susannah Ellis
(c1843-c1919)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Edith Ellen Franks
(1894-1960)

 

John H Franks
(1864-?)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Mary I Fulkerson
(1867-<1930)

   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth28 OCT 1912
Place: White County, Arkansas
Death18 SEP 1969
Place: Searcy, White County, Arkansas
Age: 56y 10m 22d
Address: White County Hospitial
Cause: Heart Attach
Agency: obit
Obit - Mary Anne and parents
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See Note 1
Census9 JAN 1920
Place: Judsonia, White County, Arkansas
Age: 7 born Ark
Address: Harrison Twp, dwelling 146 family 160 with parents, 2 brothers and 1 sister
Agency: 1920 census Arkansas
See Note 2
Census5 APR 1930
Place: Judsonia, White County, Arkansas
Age: 17 born Arkansas
Address: Harrison Twp, dwelling 173, family 185 with parents, two siblings and cousin
Agency: 1930 census Arkansas
See Note 3
Census9 APR 1940
Place: Augusta, Arkansas
Age: 27 born Ark
Address: dwelling 188 with husband and 2 sons
Census 1940 Arkansas, Woodruff County, Augusta City
Source: Census 1940 Arkansas, Woodruff County, Augusta City
Authors: US Federal Census
Date: APR 1940

BurialSEP 1969
Place: Augusta, Arkansas
Type: Headstone
Address: N35° 17.436' W 091° 21.660' Augusta Memorial Park Cemetery Just south of son Jimmy Section H http://arkansasgravestones.org/view.php?id=380580
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See Note 4

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Notes

Note 1

last words were "I feel dizzy"

Note 2

ED 170 sheet 7A

dwelling 146, family 160

Grave Meyer, Walter, head, own home free of mortgage, white male, age 37, marrfied, yes read and write, born Arkansas, father born Germany with mother language German, mother born Indiana, Laborer in Box Factory,

___ Ellen E, Wife, female white, age 25, married, yes read and write, born Arkansas, father and mother born Arkansas

___ Harry L, son male white age 9, single, yes school, born Arkansas, father and mother born Arkansas

___ Mary E, daughter female, white, age 7, single, yes school, born Arkansas, father and mother born Arkansas

___ Pauline, daughter female, white age 5, single, yes school, born Arkansas, father and mother born Arkansas

___ Melvin D, son, male white, age 3 single, born Arkansas, father and mother born Arkansas

Note 3

Gravemeyer, Walter, head, owns home, value $800, no radio, no farm, male white, age 47, married, first married at age 26, no school, yes read and write, born Arkansas, father born Germany, mother born Indiania, log scaler in log camp, at work yesterday, no veteran

___ Ellen, wife of head, female, white, age 35, married, first married at age 14, no school, yes read and write, born Arkansas, father born Arkansas, mother born Kentucky, none occupation

___ Mary A, daughter, female, white, age 17, single, yes school, yes read and write, born Arkansas, father and mother born Arkansas, none occupation

___ Pauline M, daughter, female white, age 15, single, yes school, yes read and write, born Arkansas, father and mother born Arkansas, none occupation

___ Melvin C, son, male white, age 13 single, yes school, yes read and write, born Arkansas, father and mother born Arkansas, none occupation

___ Phillips, Dorothy, Niece, female white, age 7, yes school, yes read and write, born Arkansas, father and mother born Arkansas, none occupation

Note 4

gravestone inscribed "There is a destiny that make us brothers. No one goes his way alone. All that we send into the lives of others, comes back into our own."

Mary Anne and Emma Flynt Bowie were close friends and lived next to each other many years.

Mary Anne called Arthur F Bowie her "Third Son"

Sources

  1. Census 1940 Arkansas, Woodruff County, Augusta City
    Source: Census 1940 Arkansas, Woodruff County, Augusta City
    Authors: US Federal Census
    Date: APR 1940