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Erla Mae Bauman Amon
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Birth: Feb. 12, 1931
Mercer County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Feb. 21, 2012
Hamilton County
Ohio, USA

OBITUARY: United States Obituary Collection
about Erla Mae Amon Name of Deceased: Erla Mae Amon
Gender: Female
Death Date: 21 Feb 2012
Obituary Date: 26 Feb 2012
Newspaper Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Birth Place: Mercer, Pennsylvania, USA
Spouse's Name: Thomas Amon
Parents' Names: Margaret Young Bauman
[Samuel Bauman]
Childrens' Names: Debra Amon of Fairfield, Catherine (James) Blackburn of West Chester, Steven (Diane) Amon of Loveland, and Michael (Rebecca) Amon of Medina; Dear
Siblings' Names: Kenneth (Pat) Bauman of New Carlisle; Beloved

Source Citation: ; Publication Date: 26 Feb 2012; Publication Place: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

Source Information: United States Obituary Collection [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, 2006.

Family links: 
  Samuel Bauman (1885 - 1956)
  Robert Bigler Bauman (1908 - 1980)*
  Claude Foster Bauman (1910 - 1974)*
  Marian Elaine Bauman Baker (1912 - 1989)*
  Geraldine A. Bauman Willis (1916 - 2005)*
  Erla Mae Bauman Amon (1931 - 2012)
*Calculated relationship
Brookside Cemetery
West Chester
Butler County
Ohio, USA
Plot: Section 8 Lot 300
Created by: Barbara Wilson Krause
Record added: Nov 12, 2012
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Erla Mae <i>Bauman</i> Amon
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 Added: Nov. 12, 2012

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