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Dora Jane Auberry
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Birth: Jun., 1890
Wingate
Union County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Nov. 7, 1935
Morganton
Burke County
North Carolina, USA

Dora Jane Auberry is the daughter of Joseph Warren Auberry and Frances E Houston. Dora was born in Union county, NC and is a sister to Mollie, Frederick, Daisy, Carl and Bessie.

She was admitted to the asylum in Dec 1915 at the age of about 25 and remained there until her death 20 years later due to chronic endocarditis and mitral insufficiency.

Her death certificate confirms her father's name.

Her name is misspelled on the marker.

 
 
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 Parents:
  Joseph Warren Auberry (1845 - 1922)
  Frances E Houston Auberry (1849 - 1941)
 
 Siblings:
  Mary Bell Auberry Forbis (1875 - 1951)*
  Frederick Auberry (1875 - 1944)*
  Daisy Lee Auberry Privette (1879 - 1965)*
  Bertie Auberry (1881 - 1885)*
  Carl Cleveland Auberry (1884 - 1962)*
  Bessie Eugenia Auberry Turner (1886 - 1971)*
  Dora Jane Auberry (1890 - 1935)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/17340815/person/1617453187
 
Burial:
Broughton Hospital Cemetery
Morganton
Burke County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: r37 g5
 
Maintained by: Suzannah McCuen
Originally Created by: J. Gretchen Lowman
Record added: Mar 15, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25288049
Dora Jane Auberry
Added by: Suzannah McCuen
 
Dora Jane Auberry
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- Vickie Oates Woods
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