|Birth: ||Dec. 30, 1922|
|Death: ||Jun. 23, 2001|
My maternal first cousin-twice removed Thomas Forman Dean b. 30 DEC 1922 Fresno Co., CA; d. 23 JUN 2001 Visalia, Tulare Co., CA; buried: 09 JUL 2001 San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery, Section 10, Site 924, Gustine, Merced Co., CA; m. (date/place unknown); Beverly ____ (surname unknown); b. (date/place unknown); d. (date/place unknown); buried: (place unknown).
ONLY KNOWN CHILD:
Lorna Dean b. (date/place unknown).
PARENTS: Mary Josephine Taylor b. 14 SEP 1893 CA; d. 15 APR 1972 Benecia, Solano Co., CA; buried: (place unknown); By 1920 CA; widower James Everett Dean b. 22 SEP 1887 Valley Springs, Calaveras Co., CA; d. 14 NOV 1978 Visalia, Tulare Co., CA; buried: 27 NOV 1978 Riverside National Cemetery, Section 8, Site 453, Riverside, Riverside Co., CA.
1) James Talmadge Dean b. 11 JUN 1921 Fresno Co., CA; d. 11 DEC 1996 Santa Rosa, Sonoma Co., CA.
2) Thomas Forman Dean [SELF]
3) Olive M Dean b. 12 APR 1924 Fresno Co., CA; d. 20 OCT 1970 Solano Co., CA.
4) Marius Lee Dean (also recorded as "Marion Lee Dean"; name changed to "Lee Deane") b. 19 JUN 1925 Fresno Co., CA; d. 15 FEB 1979 Ventura Co., CA.
HALF-SIBLINGS (from father's first marriage to unknown):
1) names/gender/dates/places unknown
2) names/gender/dates/places unknown
NOTE: Both children from James' first marriage were born sometime after the US Census was taken 20 APR 1910 and before 01 JUN 1917 when their father James signed his WWI draft card where he states he is a widower with two children under 12 years of age. They do not show up on subsequent censuses with their father so it is not known if they died or if they were raised by relatives or others. Nothing more is known of them.
MATERNAL GRANDPARENTS: Ada Lee Probasco m. Allyn Ozias Taylor.
PATERNAL GRANDPARENTS: Olive Orpha Tallmadge m. Thomas Riley Dean.
James Everett Dean (1887 - 1978)
James Talmadge Dean (1921 - 1996)*
Thomas Forman Dean (1922 - 2001)
San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery
Plot: Section 10, Site 924
Created by: Kati McSweeney
Record added: Feb 10, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65455934
GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. Irises signify "Valor" for Thomas' military service to his country. To Thomas, may you rest in eternal peace. Your loving cousin,|
Added: Feb. 10, 2011