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Robert Doyle Newcomb Baney
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Birth: Oct. 30, 1936
Bollinger County
Missouri, USA
Death: Feb. 22, 2002
Linn
Hidalgo County
Texas, USA

Robert Doyle Newcomb Baney was born to, Henry A. Newcomb and Nina Laura Hascall Newcomb.
He was adopted by, Carl Ernest Baney.
He Married Shirley Ann Sweeten On September 14. 1959.
He was preceded in death by his Parents and Adopted father. A son, Baby Boy Baney on January 29, 1971

He is survived by wife Shirley Ann Sweeten Baney ,
Sons, James Earnest Baney , Charles Dale Baney and Five grandchildren, Twins ~ Carolyn Lashe Baney, Jennifer Leigh Baney , Joshua Daniel Baney , Charles Matthew Baney and Gregory Dale Baney. And many more family members. 
 
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 Parents:
  Henry Arthur Newcomb (1896 - 1952)
  Nina L Newcomb (1903 - 1978)
 
 Children:
  Baby Boy Baney (1971 - 1971)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Hillcrest Memorial Park
Edinburg
Hidalgo County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: Ethel (Sweeten ) Loden
Record added: Mar 15, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34843692
Robert Doyle <i>Newcomb</i> Baney
Added by: Ethel (Sweeten ) Loden
 
Robert Doyle <i>Newcomb</i> Baney
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Added by: Lionel Alva, Jr.
 
 
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Robert, I hope you are watching over Shirley as she had a very bad wreck on June 17th and was hurt and still in the Hospital as of today June 28, 2010, Tomorrow is her 70th Birthday, So I know you will be thinking about her. With Love From Your Sister-In-...(Read more)
- Ethel (Sweeten ) Loden
 Added: Jun. 28, 2010
In Memory of My Brother-in Law Robert. Ethel May
- Ethel (Sweeten ) Loden
 Added: Mar. 15, 2009
 
 
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