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Minnie Elizabeth Wilson Essary
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Birth: Aug. 22, 1877
Erath County
Texas, USA
Death: Aug. 30, 1960
Eddy County
New Mexico, USA

Minnie Elizabeth Wilson Smart Essary

Daughter of Napoleon Bonaparte "Bone" Wilson and Cynthia Ann Wolfe of Erath County, Texas, USA. (LDS records)

Married (1st) to James Turner Smart in White Oaks, Lincoln County, New Mexico in 1894. Married (2nd) to John Henry Augustus "Jack" Essary in Roswell, Chaves County, New Mexico on 23 Feb 1931.

Mother of Ceburn Wilson, William Arthur Smart, Rueben Brice Smart, Joseph Virgil Smart, Samuel David Smart, Lydia Smart, Martha Smart, Minnie Mae Smart, Sally Gladys Smart and Bertha Smart.

In 2010, Oliver (Pete) Smart place a headstone on Minnie Essary's grave.
Family links: 
  Napoleon Bonaparte Wilson (1852 - 1877)
  James Turner Smart (1858 - 1917)
  John Henry Augustus Essary (1872 - 1968)*
  James Seburn Smart (1895 - 1951)*
  William Arthur Smart (1899 - 1960)*
  Reuben Brice Smart (1900 - 1963)*
  Joseph Virgil Smart (1902 - 1976)*
  Samuel David Smart (1904 - 1962)*
  Martha Smart Ross (1907 - 1971)*
*Calculated relationship
Woodbine Cemetery
Eddy County
New Mexico, USA
Plot: 37-4-3
Maintained by: Kerry Girolamo
Originally Created by: Delma Ingram
Record added: Oct 15, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22230849
Minnie Elizabeth <i>Wilson</i> Essary
Added by: Kerry Girolamo
Minnie Elizabeth <i>Wilson</i> Essary
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- R I P
 Added: Jul. 9, 2016

- sniksnak
 Added: Feb. 28, 2015

- John P. Birosak
 Added: Jun. 27, 2014
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