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Birt V. Rader
Birth: Oct. 15, 1914
Death: May 12, 1945

I believe his middle initial of V, is initial only. Or if it stands for a name, I have never heard anyone say it.

I believe one census record has his name listed as Birton or Berton. Whether the census taker was told that, or made a mistake in hearing the name properly--is unknown to me.

Birt died from cancer of the throat or esophagus. When Birt was told that he was going to die from cancer, he chose to leave the hospital and go home. He did not want to die in the hospital, but chose to spend his last days near his family.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Henry Clay Rader (1886 - 1976)
  Frances Hannah Gabbard Rader (1888 - 1922)
 
 Siblings:
  Nannie Mae Rader (1909 - 1911)*
  Lowell Rader (1910 - 1922)*
  Arthur Raymond Rader (1912 - 1986)*
  Birt V. Rader (1914 - 1945)
  Lucion Rader (1916 - 1966)*
  Ida Mae Rader (1918 - 1924)*
  Clyde Rader (1920 - 1930)*
  Rachel Rader (1921 - 1925)*
  Mary Susan Rader Spencer (1925 - 2008)**
  Abraham Rader (1931 - 2009)**
  Martha Frances Rader Duncan (1936 - 2009)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Rader Family Cemetery
Arvel
Lee County
Kentucky, USA
 
Created by: Ron Rader
Record added: Oct 09, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30434832
Birt V. Rader
Added by: Ron Rader
 
Birt V. Rader
Added by: Victoria Padgett
 
 
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My deepest sympathies - what an awful disease. Gone way too soon. Rest in peace.
- Doodlebug
 Added: May. 24, 2016
~ May your soul rest in peace ~ gone too soon ~
- sjb
 Added: Oct. 4, 2015

- Dee Mack
 Added: Oct. 2, 2015
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