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Guy Coon
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Birth: Aug. 26, 1894
Mill Grove
Mercer County
Missouri, USA
Death: Jun. 12, 1963
Kansas City
Jackson County
Missouri, USA

Guy was the s/o Joseph M. and Evaline Braffett Coon.
He was born near Mill Grove and spent his early life there. I know he had one sister, Edna Theresa Laws w/o Olin. She was living in Bloomfield, IA. at the time of Guy's death.

Guy married my great aunt, Goldie Lee Schooler on Aug. 26, 1911, (his 17th birthday). They remained married for the rest of their lives. They lived in Mercer Co., until 1918.
Guy was the father of 5 daughters and one son. (See Aunt Goldie's obit.) He was a member of the Methodist Church.

Guy had lived in Kansas City for 30 years and was a retired bookkeeper for Armour and Co.
Guy was a kind man. I only met him once or twice when they came out to California to visit my Grandmother.
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Goldie Lee Schooler Coon (1893 - 1963)*
 
 Children:
  Mildred Pauline Coon (1912 - 1916)*
  Elma Louise Coon Peterson (1915 - 1997)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Many thanks to Frank Murphy for the picture of great uncle Guy's headstone.
 
Burial:
Coon Cemetery
Mercer County
Missouri, USA
Plot: Unknown
 
Created by: Barbara Hammons Davis, D...
Record added: Mar 09, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25156331
Guy Coon
Added by: Frank Murphy
 
Guy Coon
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Added by: Big Sam & Little Sam
 
 
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Remembering husband of my cousin.
- Louise Taraba
 Added: Mar. 1, 2013

- Barbara Hammons Davis, Dalt's Mom
 Added: Dec. 1, 2009

- JUDY L.
 Added: Aug. 1, 2009
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