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Alice Huyler Ramsey
Birth: Nov. 11, 1886
Hackensack
Bergen County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Sep., 1983
Covina
Los Angeles County
California, USA

Automotive Pioneer. She was the first woman to drive an automobile across the United States. On June 9, 1909 she and three friends (who never drove) left New York City driving a Maxwell touring car. After 41 days and multiple road problems and 3,800 miles later they arrived in San Francisco. She later wrote a book recounting their adventures in 1961, "Veil, Duster and Tire Iron". On October 17, 2000 she was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame, being the first woman to be inducted. (bio by: Honoring our ancestors) 
 
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 Spouse:
  John Rathbone Ramsey (1862 - 1933)
 
 Children:
  Alice Ramsey Bruns (1910 - 2015)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Hackensack Cemetery
Hackensack
Bergen County
New Jersey, USA
 
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Originally Created by: Rich H.
Record added: Jun 15, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6513826
Alice <i>Huyler</i> Ramsey
Added by: Dana Morris
 
Alice <i>Huyler</i> Ramsey
Added by: Honoring our ancestors
 
Alice <i>Huyler</i> Ramsey
Added by: Rich H.
 
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Mrs. Alice Huyler RamseyGod Bless You (G B Y) and all who do as well the ones which come to view here too!
- Jonathan Robert De Mallie, Historian
 Added: Nov. 17, 2015

- Iriss Hill
 Added: Nov. 15, 2015
Happy Birthday..................
- a sincere fan
 Added: Nov. 11, 2015
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