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Eva Annette Cochran Copsey
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Birth: Jul. 24, 1899
Kosciusko County
Indiana, USA
Death: Jan., 1973
Elkhart County
Indiana, USA

Mrs. Cecil (Eva) Copsey, 73, 2626 Cassopolis St., Elkhart, died at 6:45 p.m. Saturday at her home, after being ill for some time. She came to Plymouth frequently to visit Mrs. Blanche Markley, her sister, and with Wilbur Cochran, a brother preceded her in death.
Suviving with her sister, Mrs. Markley, is one brother, Edgar Cochran of Mentone and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be conducted at the White Funeral Home, Elkhart at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday with burial at Rice Cemetery, Elkhart. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today.
Jan. 27, 1973 "The South Bend Tribune"
Note: She was first married to Porter B. Orr who preced her in death as well as one son, Sherman Donald Orr, who died in 1962. 
Family links: 
  Enoch Scott Cochran (1851 - 1911)
  Melissa Jane Silsby Cochran (1868 - 1945)
  Cecil Edgar Copsey (1899 - 1972)
  Porter B. Orr (1895 - 1954)*
  Donald Sherman Orr (1918 - 1962)*
  Edna Blanche Cochran Markley (1887 - 1973)*
  Andrew Benson Cochran (1889 - 1971)*
  Eva Annette Cochran Copsey (1899 - 1973)
  Edgar O Cochran (1905 - 1985)*
*Calculated relationship
Rice Cemetery
Elkhart County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Cynthia Cochran Jones
Record added: Feb 18, 2012
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Eva Annette <i>Cochran</i> Copsey
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Eva Annette <i>Cochran</i> Copsey
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Eva Annette <i>Cochran</i> Copsey
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- Rachel's mom
 Added: Apr. 3, 2014
Aunt Eva - I have a lot of fond memories of you at the reunions as I was growing up. You were a sweet lady. You are missed by all who knew you.
- Cynthia Cochran Jones
 Added: Jul. 18, 2013

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