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Edith Helen McKinley Buck
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Birth: Dec. 4, 1904
Dallas County
Iowa, USA
Death: Feb. 24, 2000
Council Bluffs
Pottawattamie County
Iowa, USA

Edith (She also used Edythe) is the daughter of John Eldon and Mary Louise (Murray) McKinley both born in Iowa. She is the youngest of three children. Brother Harry Irvin McKinley (eldest of the children) died at age 10 and is buried in Graceland Cemetery at Creston Iowa. Sister Orrel Irene (Bussey, then Williams) died in LeHigh Acres Florida; she is buried in Lee Memorial Cemetery at Ft. Lee, Florida beside her husband, William Asa Williams. Edith was first married to Homer Richard Smith 19 Oct 1922 in Omaha, Douglas Couny, NE. They divorced on 9 January 1930 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, IA. They had only one child, Helen Marie (Smith) Rolfe. Edith then Married Joseph Quinten Buck in 1941; together they had no children. Edith and Joe are buried within ten feet east of her parents - John and Mary McKinley and Uncle, Frank McKinley. 
Family links: 
  John Eldon McKinley (1873 - 1958)
  Mary Louise Murray McKinley (1879 - 1949)
  Richard Homer Smith (1903 - 1957)*
  Joseph Quinten Buck (1912 - 1977)*
  Helen Marie Smith Rolfe (1923 - 2003)*
  Harry Irvin McKinley (1899 - 1910)*
  Orrel Irene McKinley Williams (1901 - 1978)*
  Edith Helen McKinley Buck (1904 - 2000)
*Calculated relationship
Cedar Lawn Cemetery
Council Bluffs
Pottawattamie County
Iowa, USA
Plot: Section B, lot 084, grave 10
Created by: Paul Rolfe
Record added: Mar 11, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34691138
Edith Helen <i>McKinley</i> Buck
Added by: Paul Rolfe
Edith Helen <i>McKinley</i> Buck
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Thank you for everything Grandmother.
- Paul Rolfe
 Added: Mar. 8, 2012

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