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Nellie Ellen Grayson Wright Everts
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Birth: Aug. 18, 1871
Charleston
Coles County
Illinois, USA
Death: Jun. 22, 1960
Jackson County
Missouri, USA

Death Certificate: 60-023519
Name: Nellie Ellen Grayson Everts
Residence Address: 4015 The Paseo
Residence City: Kansas City
Residence County: Jackson
Residence State: Missouri
Gender: Female
Race: White
Marital Status: Widowed
Social Security Number:
Occupation: Homemaker at home
Military: No
Age: 88
Date of Birth: August 18, 1871
Birth City: Charleston
Birth County:
Birth State: Illinois
Date of Death: June 22, 1960
Death City: Rural Prairie
Death County: Jackson
Death State: Missouri
Spouse's Name: Oscar Everts
Father's Name: George Wright
Father's Birth Location:
Mother's Name: Martha Hulen
Mother's Birth Location:
Cause of death: Arteriosclerotic heart disease, generalized arteriosclerosis
Autopsy: No
Institution: Jackson County Hospital
Attendant: Philp Japer MD
Burial Location: Forest Hill Cemetery, KCMO
Burial Date: June 27, 1960
Undertaker: D W Newcomer & Sons, KCMO
Informant: Mrs Grace Frenane, 8609 Carrington, Kansas City, Missouri
Source Vendor: Missouri Digital Heritage 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Oscar Everts (1864 - 1949)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Forest Hill Cemetery
Kansas City
Jackson County
Missouri, USA
 
Maintained by: 4losthistory
Originally Created by: 4loveofmypeeps
Record added: Sep 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 97163617
Nellie Ellen Grayson <i>Wright</i> Everts
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Nellie Ellen Grayson <i>Wright</i> Everts
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