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Faye Kitchens Burnett
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Birth: Sep. 19, 1921
Death: Apr. 15, 2005

Faye Burnett, 83, daughter of Bruce and Becky Kitchens, was born Sept. 19, 1921, at Craddock. She died April 15, 2005, at Licking.

She married Vernon McElfresh Oct. 11, 1939. They had four children, Wayne, Doyle, Harold and Cecil.

She married Gean Burnett May 29, 1953. They had two children, Norman and Susan.

Mrs. Burnett lived her entire life in the Licking area. She loved the outdoors, especially her flowers and gardening, and piecing quilt tops for her children and grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by husbands; and two sons, Doyle and Wayne.

Surviving are her children, Harold McElfresh of Kentucky, Cecil McElfresh of Arizona, Norman Burnett of Texas and Susan Hendricks of Arizona; one sister, Grace Christeson of Arizona; eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

Graveside services were April 17 at the Licking Cemetery with Elder Noel Mooney officiating under the direction of Fox Funeral Home of Licking.
Family links: 
  Edna Rebecca Smith (1895 - 1980)
  Vernon Medford McElfresh (1918 - 1949)
  Gean Deason Burnett (1922 - 1998)*
  Raymond Wayne McElfresh (1940 - 2001)*
  Vernon Doyle McElfresh (1942 - 1942)*
  Grace A Kitchen Christeson (1919 - 2011)*
  Faye Kitchens Burnett (1921 - 2005)
*Calculated relationship
Licking Cemetery
Texas County
Missouri, USA
Created by: Jan Miller
Record added: Apr 21, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10825392
Faye <i>Kitchens</i> Burnett
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Faye <i>Kitchens</i> Burnett
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