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Lee Fernando Blank May 26, 1895 Auglaize Co., Ohio
Posted by: Marsha Binkley (ID *****8872) Date: July 30, 2008 at 07:15:59
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Looking for additional information on Lee and his wife Martha Edna Evans/ Blank
They were married prior to 1919, date and place unknown .
Although I assume it would be Auglaize Co., Ohio.
Need proof.
I know that both of these family members of mine are buried in a cemetery started by 4 of my maternal families known as Fairmont Cemetery in Union Twn., Auglaize Co., Ohio.
Lee died Sep 7, 1959 and Martha died in 1985
I only have 2 children for them
Howard Lee Blank born March 10, 1919 and married to Eulene Crider with 5 children
And Howard's sister Betty Jane Blank born Sep. 30, 1921 married to Charles E. Lhamon with at least 1 child.
Sorry for typo's , I am having surgery to remove my thumb joint on my left hand in a few days.
I would appreciate 3 forms of documentation if anyone is willing to assist , since I am totally disabled and not able to travel to do research in person at the present.
If someone near Wapakoneta could do a look up for me as to ML , that would be one.
Also perhaps a will for either Lee or Martha. And the library right across the street has a wonderful storeage full of obituaries past and current.
Have enjoyed many hours in both places .
Thank you
Marsha


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