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|Barbara Russell Evans (#47612546)|
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|Born 07 Oct 1937 Lewes, Sussex County, DE|
Graduated Lewes Special School District; Lewes,DE- Class of 1956
Registered Nurse- Graduated Beebe Hospital School of Nursing; Lewes, DE- Class of 1959
Passed DE State Nursing Boards in the Fall 1959
Began working after school, weekends and summer vacations as Nurses Aide in Beebe Hospital at age 14 years. Retired as Registered Nurse with experience in Doctors offices, nursing homes, schools, and hospitals after 50 years.
I am a Breast Cancer Survivor x20+ years.
I also love doing and teaching crafts of all kinds.
Began working on my and my husbands family trees (Berry/Russell/Carpenter/Dutton of DE, Jester/Cherricks/Cherrix/Daisey of Accomack County, VA and Evans of Havre de Grace, MD in the late 1970's.
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|Mark Weitzel||Thomas W. Ewing|
We were on vacation at Rehoboth Beach and being addicted to Findagrave I stumbled onto Epworth Cemetery while taking a walk. Took a few photos and I believe I have found one of your Ewings. I created a memorial for Thomas W. Ewing 1896/1968 with a headstone photo. If you would like me to transfer him to you, I would be glad to. Mark Weitzel
|Sue Henry||Isaac Berry|
Hi Mrs. Evans,
I am sorry that it has taken so long to respond to you, just too much going on here. It has been some time since I've looked up the Berry family. The only thing I really know, is, that Obed was my Mother's Father. My Grandmother Nellie (Maluda) was his second wife. And that Obed was Isaac's son. I have asked my Mother about where he was born, and she said she did not know, as she is now 83 years old. The birth place on Obed's memorial comes from his obituary. When I was working on locating where Isaac and his wife were buried, I did come across Katie, and she is buried in the same plot as her parents, and it looks as if she does not have a headstone or marker. I'm sorry that I could not be of more help to you concerning Isaac. Thank you for hollering at me, I wish we could have been raised in Savoy, as our lives would have been so much different. Sue