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Lee Anne Terhune born April 08, 1882
Posted by: Vikki L. Ireland Date: February 21, 2002 at 23:53:46
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I am looking for information on Lee Anna Terhune born April 08, 1882 on June 16, 1910 she married George McQuown in Sullivan County, Indiana I know they lived in Howard County, in around Kokomo for awhile and later went back to Sullivan where her husband George McQuown died in April 1950 Lee Anne "Terhune" McQuown died November 27, 1977 and both are buried in Sullivan Co. Indiana and are buried in Center Ridge Cemetery as far as I know only one child was born to this union......
Obituary for Lee Anne " Terhune" McQuown
The obituary of Mrs. Anna L. McQuown appeared in the Star Monday the 28th of November, 1977
Sullivan, Indiana (Special) -- Services for Mrs. Anna L. McQuown, 94, Sullivan, who died at 12;10 p.m. Sunday in Sullivan Health Care Center, will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Alexander Funeral Home, with Rev. R.E. Pavy officiating. Burial will be in Center Ridge Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday. She was a member of Sullivan First Baptist Church. Surviving are the daughter Mrs. Oberine Hendricks, Sullivan; three grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren.
Obituary for George McQuown her husband
The obituary for George McQuown was published in the Tribune Friday the 28th of April 1950 on page 10.
George H. McQuown Sullivan, Indiana April 28,---(Special)
George H. McQuown, 72 years old, died suddenly at 3;30 o'clock Thursday afternoon while at work at Riggs Hardware Store here. He is survived by the widow, Lee Anna; a daughter, Mrs. Oberene Hendricks of Dugger; a sister Mrs. Anna Waymire of California, and three grandchildren. The body was taken to the Billman Funeral Home.
Can anyone tell me anything about this family?

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