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Benny Ray Dailey
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Birth: Nov. 13, 1940
Stoddard County
Missouri, USA
Death: Jun. 30, 1956
Saint Louis
St. Louis City
Missouri, USA

James Burkley Dailey
Frances Trudie Williams Dailey

James Mac Dailey
Charles Walter Dailey
Martha Jean Dailey Lewin Carpenter
Mary Faye Dailey Hodges
Jerry Kay Dailey
Bobby Joe Dailey
Judith Ann Dailey Coon

Last residence: Powe, near Bernie, Stoddard County, MO.

Buried nearby are his maternal grandparents whom he loved so dearly:

Walter Benjamin Williams - FAG #31016651
Merdie Mae Robertson Williams - FAG #31016655

William Frederick Daily FAG 38575264
Mary Haywood Dalton Daily FAG 59126121

Benny's life was ended after a tragic auto accident, in which he suffered a severe cerebral concussion. He passed away at the St. Joseph's Hospital in Kirkwood, St. Louis County, MO. Funeral arrangements were prepared by Rainey Funeral Home (previously named Duffy Funeral Home).

He attended Bernie High School in Bernie, MO. His school dismissed classes so that his friends could attend his funeral.

Benny is remembered as a very pleasant young man, with a quiet manner. He loved to tinker with things, building and creating things; he loved to collect arrowheads. He was a hard worker and well respected.

MO Death Certificate: No. 25440

Family links: 
  James Burkley Dailey (1914 - 2001)
  Frances Trudie Williams Dailey (1920 - 2013)
Bernie Memorial Cemetery
Stoddard County
Missouri, USA
Plot: Section 4
Created by: Mary Dailey Hodges
Record added: Jul 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 72942924
Benny Ray Dailey
Added by: Mary Dailey Hodges
Benny Ray Dailey
Added by: Mary Dailey Hodges
Benny Ray Dailey
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Dear brother, you were so loved, and will always be remembered.
- Mary Dailey Hodges
 Added: Nov. 12, 2011

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