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Re: Elmer Parman
Posted by: Andy Cummins (ID *****7054) Date: January 04, 2004 at 14:28:47
In Reply to: Elmer Parman by Michael R Foisset of 158

Are these Parrs linked to yours? the family came from Knox- Laurel Ky, Clairborne Co Tn, and North Carolina.



Husband:       Grover F PARMAN
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Birth:       Apr 20, 1919       
Death:       Dec 5, 1963       Place:       Roger Mills Co., Oklahoma
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Marriage:       Sep 21, 1953       
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Wife:       Eloise CHEEK
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Birth:       Sep 22, 1917       Place:       Sayre, Ok
Death:       Jul 24, 1994       Place:       Roger Mills Memorial Hospital
Burial:              Place:       Dempsey Cemetery, Roger Mills Co., Oklahoma
Father:       Thomas W CHEEK (1879-1945)
Mother:       Annabelle POARCH (-1963)
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Wife痴 Notes...
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Eloise Cheek Parman was born September 22, 1917 at Sayre, OK to Tom and
Annabell Cheek and passed away July 24, 1994 in the Roger Mills Memorial
Hospital at the age of 74 years, 10 months and two days.
She was married to Grover F. Parman Septmeber 21, 1953 they made their
home in the Dempsey Community until his death, when she moved to Cheyenne.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two sisters and twobrothers.
She is survived by one brother, Tom Cheek and wife Mavis of Deltona, Florida;
1 niece, Marguerite Bohlinder of Colorado; two nephews, J.R. McKee and
wife Penny and Jack McKee and wife Lilla both of California.
Memorial services will be at 10:30 August 10, 1994 at the Church of Christ
in Cheyenne with Willard Cox officiating.
In lieu of flowers make donations to Cheyenne Convalescent Home % Judy
Shirley in memory of Eloise to be used for personal needs of those in the
home who have so little and need so much. She will be missed by so many
friends and relatives.


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