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Mrs Agnes Chandler Babb
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Birth: 1887
Chenango County
New York, USA
Death: Jul. 22, 1933
Anderson County
South Carolina, USA

The Observer
July 23,1933
page 3

Mrs. Agnes Chandler Babb, wife of Dr. E. V. Babb, died at Anderson County Hospital on July 22, 1933. She was born in Pitcher New York, the daughter of the late William S. Chandler and Mrs. Judith Vandewalker Chandler. She was a graduate of Cortland Normal College of Cortland New York and taught music in New York Schools. She married August 14, 1912 and came to SC immediately afterwards and living in Seneca for the past three years.

1920 Census Newberry Ward 4, Newberry, South Carolina Microfilm T625_1704 Page 15B
Name Age
Earle V Babb 36 SC SC SC Minister, Bapt.
Agnes B Babb 32 NY NY NY
Winston C Babb 6 SC SC SC

South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1955
Name: Agness C Babb
Death Date: 22 Jul 1933
Age at Death: 46
Born: 1887
Gender: Female
Color: White
County of Death: Anderson
Certificate Number: 009308
Volume Number: 19

Family links: 
  William Sterling Chandler (____ - 1890)
  Judith Dilthia VanDewalker Bennett (1864 - 1938)
  Earle Vandorne Babb (1884 - 1960)
  Agnes Chandler Babb (1887 - 1933)
  Louise Fairchild Chandler Hakes (1889 - 1973)**
*Calculated relationship
Mountain View Cemetery
Oconee County
South Carolina, USA
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Record added: Apr 19, 2012
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Mrs Agnes <i>Chandler</i> Babb
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