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Nannie Jane Youmans Wilcox
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Birth: Oct. 20, 1904
Georgia, USA
Death: Jun. 4, 1968
Portsmouth City
Virginia, USA

Devoted wife of Seward R. Wilcox and daughter of Mary E Sutton Youmans (1867-1922) and father Thomas N Youmans (1858-1924).

Nannie and Seward moved from Georgia in the late 1930s to make a better life in Portsmouth, Virginia. They lived there until their deaths. They were both brought back to Georgia for burial.

Date of Marriage: August 7, 1926

She was buried to the right of Tom N. Youmans (1898-1941) her older brother who died in Washington DC. Nannie and her brother are buried to the right of their mother and father.

Though she had no children of her own, Nannie was particularly close to her niece, Evelyn Howland who passed away in 1978. Evelyn who also spent most of her life in Virginia was also brought back to Georgia for burial with her family in the same cemetery. Evelyn's husband, James Rufus Howland, died five years later in 1983. He was survived by his second wife and is buried at Chesapeake Memorial Park in Chesapeake, Virginia.

Family links: 
Thomas Norwood Youmans (1858 - 1924)
  Mary Emma Sutton Youmans (1867 - 1922)
  Seward Radford Wilcox (1903 - 1965)
  Teresa Ethel Youmans Durden (1889 - 1969)*
  Nannie Jane Youmans Wilcox (1904 - 1968)
*Calculated relationship
Youmans Cemetery #02
Emanuel County
Georgia, USA
Created by: Tim Oliver
Record added: Nov 06, 2011
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Nannie Jane <i>Youmans</i> Wilcox
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Nannie Jane <i>Youmans</i> Wilcox
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Nannie Jane <i>Youmans</i> Wilcox
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Aunt Nannie was my grandmother's sister-in-law. Very loving and kind. My mom was close to Nannie's niece Evelyn Durden Howland who's buried in the same cemetery.
- Tim Oliver
 Added: Feb. 10, 2012

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