|Birth: ||Nov. 28, 1901|
|Death: ||Apr. 2, 1936|
NC death certificate states she & daughter were burned in a house fire. Says house blew down in tornado and caught fire-body burned crisp.
The 1936 Cordele-Greensboro tornado outbreak was a tornado outbreak that affected the Southeastern United States during April 1936. The Greensboro, North Carolina, and Cordele, Georgia, tornadoes were the deadliest spawned during the April 1-2 outbreak, which developed in three waves of tornadic activity over 14 hours, associated with the same storm system.
On the evening of April 2, 1936, the Greensboro tornado left a long path of F4 damage across the south side of Greensboro, passing through the south side of downtown. The storm began its path near High Point Road at Elam Street and continued east along Lee Street to east of Bennett College. This storm left $2 million in damage in Greensboro (1936 USD). It was responsible for 14 deaths and 144 injuries, standing as the second deadliest tornado in the history of North Carolina after a February 1884 tornado that caused 23 deaths along a path from Rockingham to Lillington.
Later in the week, a second outbreak would spawn devastating tornadoes in Waynesboro, Tennessee, Tupelo, Mississippi, and Gainesville, Georgia.
(Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1936_Cordele%E2%80%93Greensboro_tornado_outbreak
Edward Lafayette DeHaven (1874 - 1961)
Elizabeth Permelia Vinson DeHaven (1875 - 1963)
Joyce Barnard Ayers (1899 - 1991)
Helen Rae Ayers (1926 - 1927)*
Gloria Ayers (1927 - 1936)*
Mark Dehaven (1900 - 1978)*
Amanda Merle DeHaven Ayers (1901 - 1936)
Edythe Emaline DeHaven Quesinberry (1901 - 1987)*
Jessie Ethel DeHaven Kemp (1904 - 1988)*
Ruth Elizabeth DeHaven Webb (1905 - 2001)*
Grace Mildred DeHaven Shepherd (1907 - 1999)*
Guy DeHaven (1908 - 1909)*
William Glenn DeHaven (1909 - 1984)*
Clarence Edward DeHaven (1914 - 1990)*
Aged 34 years 4 mos 4 days
Created by: Ron Stewart
Record added: Mar 11, 2011
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