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Charles Erastus "Rastus" Eaker
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Birth: Jul. 3, 1896
Bollinger County
Missouri, USA
Death: Jul. 19, 1954
Bollinger County
Missouri, USA

Born and reared in Bollinger County, MO, he was a son of William W. Eaker and Mary 'Amanda' (Rea) Eaker.
He married Ina Clytis Proffer 19/Jun/1915.
Father of Fern, Doris Amanda, Jessie, Eula Ines and Charles, Jr.
He was a farmer and worked in a café.
He died at his home near Lutesville.

Per MO Death certificate #22058, burial 21/Jul/1954.
NOTE: Name on death certificate is Charles Rastus Eaker.

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RELATIONSHIP: Her grandparents, Miles Sanford Francis and Barby (Miller) Francis, are my 3rd great-grandparents.
 
 
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 Parents:
  William W. Eaker (1874 - 1962)
  Mary Amanda Rea Eaker (1874 - 1952)
 
 Spouse:
  Ina Clytis Proffer Eaker (1898 - 1974)
 
 Children:
  Fern Oleta Eaker Kirkpatrick Loughary (1917 - 1996)*
  Doris Amanda Eaker Hanks (1922 - 1993)*
  Elva Inez Eaker Kirkpatrick (1924 - 1953)*
  Jessie Muriel Eaker Clifton (1932 - 2006)*
 
 Siblings:
  Charles Erastus Eaker (1896 - 1954)
  Lillie Bell Eaker Eaker (1898 - 1976)*
  William Omer Eaker (1903 - 1971)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Baker Cemetery
Lutesville
Bollinger County
Missouri, USA
Plot: West Sec, row 10
 
Created by: Jean ღ
Record added: Jan 02, 2007
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Charles Erastus Rastus Eaker
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Charles Erastus Rastus Eaker
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Charles Erastus Rastus Eaker
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 Added: Jul. 14, 2008

- Jean ღ
 Added: Jan. 2, 2007
 
 
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