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Cleo Chesshir Earp
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Birth: 1896
Death: 1918

Cleo "Chesshir" Earp
Was married to William B. Earp July 6, 1912. Cleo Chesshir was his first wife.
Cleo "Chesshir" Earp's parents were Samuel C Chesshir and Ethel Chesshir.
She was 16 when she married William B. Earp.
Cleo Chesshir's Father was born in Tennessee in 1851. Her mother was born in Georgia in 1876.
Cleo had two brothers and three sisters.
Robert Chesshir
Edgar A Chesshir
Maggie Chesshir
Etta Chesshir
Lona Chesshir
They had two children.William Henry Earp and Zadie Louvenia Earp.
William Henry Earp had no children.William Henry married Effie Jane Barton.Zadie Louvenia Married Homer Louis Burk. Zadie Louvenia "Earp" Burk. Had three children, one stillbirth and One Daughter, Nona Vee "Burk" Jones and One son, Donald Louis Burk.
Nona Vee Burk "Jones" Had three children, One Daughter, Glenda "Jones" Barton. Two Sons, Milton Jones, and John Jones. They have children. Donald Louis Burk had children.
Nona Vee " Burk" Jones is now deceased, Donald Louis Burk, is now deceased.
Family links: 
  Samuel C. Chesshir (1851 - ____)
  Ethel Chesshir (1876 - ____)
  William B Earp (1885 - 1976)
  William Henry Earp (1913 - 1996)*
  Zadie L. Earp Burk (1915 - 1941)*
*Calculated relationship
Burg Cemetery
Howard County
Arkansas, USA
Maintained by: Lois Pate
Originally Created by: Laura
Record added: Dec 12, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81872097
Cleo Chesshir Earp
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Cleo Chesshir Earp
Added by: Deborah Ayers
Cleo Chesshir Earp
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- historylover4ever
 Added: May. 21, 2013
For you Cleo Chesshir Earp.
- Lois Pate
 Added: Mar. 25, 2012

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