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William Joseph "Bill" Baughn
Birth: May 25, 1939
Chatham County
Georgia, USA
Death: Mar. 26, 2004
Duval County
Florida, USA

Bill Baughn was born in Savannah, GA and adopted as a toddler by Wilbert and Dorothy Baughn in Charleston, SC. At an early age the family settled in Jacksonville, FL and that became "home."

On Aug 4, 1960 Bill married Helen McNab and they had one son, Marc, before divorcing on Aug 4, 1965.

On Aug 22, 1965 he married Shirley Durden and they had on son, Bill Jr., before divorcing Mar 17, 1971.

Bill married Joyce Cox on May 25, 1971, they had no children. Much of their life together was spent traveling across the country with Bill's work as a stage hand; something they thoroughly enjoyed.

Bill was a good photographer and became interested in adding to Find A Grave records as we haunted cemeteries as Joyce, a genealogist, searched for family graves. He remained active until his death. Joyce is now continuing in his memory.

After he lost his battle with small cell lung cancer, Bill's body was cremated; his ashes now reside with the wife who has loved him since '68.
Family links: 
  Wilbert Joseph Baughn (1903 - 1962)
  Dorothy Olive Chaplin Baughn (1908 - 1998)
  Judith Evelyn Baughn Crosby (1931 - 1978)*
  William Joseph Baughn (1939 - 2004)
*Calculated relationship
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Created by: Joyce Baughn
Record added: Dec 14, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81950607
William Joseph Bill Baughn
Added by: Joyce Baughn
William Joseph Bill Baughn
Added by: Joyce Baughn
William Joseph Bill Baughn
Added by: Joyce Baughn
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Of course I thought of you yesterday - you are always in my heart and never far from my thoughts. The pull toward that final journey is becoming very strong, and I'll welcome it. Always and forever Honey.
- Kitten
 Added: May. 26, 2017
Hi Honey, you had to go 13 years ago and I'm still here, wondering why. I know you are still close because I still feel you - guess that has to suffice for now. Love you still, always will.
- Kitten
 Added: Mar. 26, 2017

- Roberta
 Added: Jul. 26, 2016
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