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Bessie Ann Austin Watson
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Birth: Jan. 10, 1882
Virginia, USA
Death: Nov. 8, 1964
Fort Lewis
Pierce County
Washington, USA

Obituary ~ Deseret News, Monday, 9 November 1964, Page 137, Col. 4

"SPANAWAY, WASH. ~ Mrs. Bessie A. Austin Watson, 82, Spanaway, died of natural causes Sunday at 2 p.m. in a Fort Lewis hospital.

Born Jan 10, 1882, Caroline County, Va., to William R. and Carrie C. Jones Austin. Married to Charles Watson. He died. Member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Survivors: son, Everon A., Spanaway, five grandchildren; brothers, sisters, James R. Austin, Robert A. Austin, Mrs. Olive A. Crump, Mrs. Angie A. Harris, all Salt Lake City.

Funeal Notice ~ Deseret News, Tuesday, 10 November 1964, Page C2, Col. 6
"WATSON ~ Funeral services for Bessie Austin Watson will be held Thursday at 12 noon in the chapel at the Colonial Mortuary. Friends may call at 2128 South State, Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Kay Colonial Mortuary." 
Family links: 
  William Robert Austin (1854 - 1925)
  Carrie Carlton Jones Austin (1861 - 1953)
  Olive Austin Crump (1879 - 1970)*
  Bessie Ann Austin Watson (1882 - 1964)
  Angela Bryan Austin Harris (1896 - 1984)*
  Raoul Emery Austin (1900 - 1945)*
*Calculated relationship
Salt Lake City Cemetery
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Plot: L-39-29-3E
Created by: Susan
Record added: Nov 08, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44063623
Bessie Ann <i>Austin</i> Watson
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Bessie Ann <i>Austin</i> Watson
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