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Irene Edna Dean
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Birth: 1894
Death: Aug. 28, 1935

Irene Edna DEAN, [not sure her maiden name]
died at age 41 (or 47, was her Obit wrong?), I'm told she was buried in this cemetery, I would like to confirm.
another possible Birth date, of Nov. 1888
Irene is the ?grand-daughter? of William Penn Dean [Find A Grave Memorial # 65620300]
newspaper Obit:
Irene Edna Dean, 41, postmistress for the past nine years at Lemont Furnace, died of complications this morning in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Minnie McCann, Morgan Station.
The woman, a life long resident of Lemont, is survived by one son, William, and a brother, William Dean, Lemont Furnace.
Short funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the home of William Dean, House 281 Lemont Furnace, followed by 2:30 o-clock by services in the Free Methodist church at Cove Run. Rev. Harry Humbert of Fairchance will be in charge. Interment will be made in Cove Run cemetery.
[The Morning Herald, Uniontown, PA, Thursday, August 29, 1935, page 5, column 2] 
Family links: 
  Isaac N Dean (1861 - 1913)
  Mary Belle Minerd Dean (1864 - 1921)
Cove Run Cemetery
Lemont Furnace
Fayette County
Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: C. Dean
Record added: Feb 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65607974
Irene Edna Dean
Added by: C. Dean
Irene Edna Dean
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My maternal first cousin, 2x removed. Her mother Mary Belle Minerd Dean (my great grand aunt)was the twin sister of my great grandmother Emma Jane Minerd Geiger. May she rest in peace.
- Trina Abbate
 Added: Dec. 16, 2012

- Sarah Quinn
 Added: Apr. 16, 2011

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