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June Evelyn Ellis Landrith
Birth: Jun. 11, 1921
Kansas City
Jackson County
Missouri, USA
Death: Apr. 13, 1990
Kansas City
Jackson County
Missouri, USA

June was born at home at 329 White, Kansas City, Missouri daughter of William Roy Ellis and Alma Cordy (Isreal) Ellis. Evelyn June Ellis (name at birth) legally changed her name to June Evelyn Ellis, at about age 18.

June was only 6-1/2 years old when her mother Mrs. Alma Cordia Ellis died on November 30, 1927. June was raised by her Uncle Peter Monroe Ellis and Aunt Helen (Nash) Ellis from the age of six years. She grew up with their son
Jack Monroe Ellis and two of their other nieces whom they raised, Juanita Ellis and Genelle Ellis whom she considered her brother and sisters.

June (Ellis) Landrith had an older half-sister named Lucille (Ellis) Mahalovich, and an older half-brother named Lloyd Ellis.

The following announcement was printed in the newspaper in Sedalia, Missouri in 1943: Ellis-Landrith Announcement

"Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Ellis announce the marriage of their daughter, June to Mr. Clayton Landrith, ship's coook second class, on the U.S.S. Lawrence, who has San Francisco as his fleet base. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G.L. McPherson of Kansas City. Their marriage took place at 9 o'clock, Friday, August 13, at the First Presbyterian Church in San Rafael, Calif. The bride was attended by her sister Mrs. Dan (Juanita Ellis) Davis . The best man was Pvt. Dan P. Davis. The couple will live in Berkely, Calif."

June was born in Kansas City, Missouri and lived there throughout her life with the exception of a few years during World War II when she moved to California to work in a defense factory and was subsequently married in San Rafael, CA in 1943. She attended Meservy Grade School then Central Junior High for 9th Grade then subsequently graduated from Central High School, Kansas City, MO in June 1939.

During her life she was employed off and on in various jobs. First with the Hallmark Card Company in Kansas City, Missouri, called Hall Brothers at that time. She also worked for the shipyards in Richmond, CA, State Farm Insurance Company in CA, the Baptist Memorial Hospital Coffee Shop in Kansas City, Missouri and Hickory Farms as a part-time seasonal Christmas employee.

June cared for her beloved husband Clayton Landrith at home following injuries he sustained in a serious automobile accident in January 1983 until her death.

June and Clayton Landrith had one daughter and one granddaughter who survived them. She was also survived by her brother Jack Ellis and sister Juanita Ellis Davis.

Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear.

 
 
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 Parents:
  William "Roy" Ellis (1893 - 1952)
  Alma Cordia Isreal Ellis (1893 - 1927)
 
 Spouse:
  Ira Clayton Landrith (1917 - 1995)
 
 Siblings:
  Lloyd R. Kelley (1911 - 1928)**
  Lillian "Lucille" Ellis Mahalovich (1913 - 1966)**
  June Evelyn Ellis Landrith (1921 - 1990)
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Inscription:
Beloved wife and mother
 
Burial:
Floral Hills Cemetery
Kansas City
Jackson County
Missouri, USA
 
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Record added: Oct 20, 2011
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