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Pearl Mae Wells Gregg
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Birth: May 4, 1890
Death: Sep. 30, 1966

d/o Henry Marion/Merideth "Babe" & Adeline Melissa (Gregg) Wells. b Creighton Mo, d Harrisonville MO 76Y.
m: George Washington Gregg (who d 06/13/1935) on 8/11/1906 Cass Co Mo. Ten ch:
1)Opal Louise (child) (1908-1912 Infantile Paralisis),
2)Unk male child,
3)Velma Jewell (1911-1997 m: Glen Ewing, both bur: Urich Cem, three ch.),
4)Paul W (1913-1979),
5)Eunice Delores (Emmie)(1915-1995 m: Thomas Mitchell Bugg)
6)Raymond Roscoe (1918-1999 m1: Margaret L. Owen 6 ch, m2: Catherine),
7)Leslie Marion (infant son 1920-1921, Cholera Bur Page Cemetery)
8)Lucille Marveen (1921-1941 unmarried),
9)Thedore (Theodore) W
10)Dorothy W (1926-1941 unmarried)

Obit: MRS PEARL MAE GREGG
Mrs. Pearl Mae Gregg was born May 4, 1890 at Creighton, Mo, the daughter of Melissa Adeline and Henry Marion Wells.
She was married at the age of 16, August 11, 1906 to George W. Gregg and to this union was born five daughters and five sons. Five children preceded her in death. Her husband died June 15 1934. Surviving are Mrs. Glenn (Velma) Ewing, Paul Gregg, Mrs Tom (Eunice) Bugg, Raymond Gregg and Theodore Gregg.
She united with the Christian church of Creighton on October 19, 1906. She was loved by all her friends and neighbors. In 1856 she became blind and her health failed. She spent two years with a son and daughter, then entered the Pleasant View Rest Home, Harrisonville Mo where she spent the last eight years of her life and passed away September 30 1966. Mrs. Gregg was loved by all at the rest home and was given the best of care. Her two daughtrs spent the last week with her. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her.
The funeral service was conducted at the First Christian church, Creighton, Sunday afternoon, October 2, with the Rev. Paul Coltharp officiating. Songs "In the Sweet Bye and Bye" and "Rock of Ages" were rendered by Mrs. Esther Brown, singer and Mrs. Elsie Birch, organist.
The casket bearers were Clifford Schnorf, Chester Lindsay, Harold Gregg, Kenneth Gregg, Harley D Gibson and Ors Gregg
Burial was made in the Parker cemetery, southwest of Creighton, under the direction of Snow's Funeral Home of Urich MO.
Obit from the Creighton Banner October 13 1966. A similar obit appeared October 4 in the Harrisonville paper.

1930 census Creighton, Cass Co: Pearl was "Head"; husband, G.W. lived until 1935 -- A George W. Gregg/49/MO was a prisoner at Jefferson, Cole Co MO in 1930 census; a family descendent confirms that he went to prison over a theft of a horse, and lost his farm in Henry Co.
Pearl listed in 1930 census as GRAGG, Head, Creighton, Mo. Indicated she had ten children, six living with her at the time of the census.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Meredith Wells (1855 - 1889)
  Melissa Adeline Gregg Wells Stewart (1870 - 1945)
 
 Spouse:
  George Washington Gregg (1881 - 1934)
 
 Children:
  Opal Louise Gregg (1908 - 1912)*
  Velma Jewell Gregg Ewing (1911 - 1997)*
  Paul Wilbur Gregg (1913 - 1979)*
  Eunice Delores Gregg Bugg (1915 - 1995)*
  Raymond Roscoe Gregg (1918 - 1999)*
  Leslie Marion Gregg (1920 - 1921)*
  Lucille Marveen Gregg (1921 - 1941)*
  Dorothy Juanita Gregg (1926 - 1941)*
 
 Sibling:
  Pearl Mae Wells Gregg (1890 - 1966)
  Infant Stewart (1897 - 1897)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Parker-Gregg Cemetery
Creighton
Cass County
Missouri, USA
Plot: No stone found
 
Created by: LaDon Brennan
Record added: Apr 12, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18898512
Pearl Mae <i>Wells</i> Gregg
Added by: LaDon Brennan
 
Pearl Mae <i>Wells</i> Gregg
Added by: LaDon Brennan
 
Pearl Mae <i>Wells</i> Gregg
Added by: LaDon Brennan
 
 
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Thinking of you, cousin - your father was my great-great uncle, via his brother, Randolph and his son, George Wells, and his daughter, Lucille Wells Pullen-Shelten, my mother.
- LaDon Brennan
 Added: Dec. 26, 2010
Rest in peace.
- LaDon Brennan
 Added: May. 23, 2009
 
 
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