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Emma F Vernor

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Emma F Vernor

Birth
Algeria
Death
17 May 1983 (aged 94)
Marine City, St. Clair County, Michigan, USA
Burial
Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA Add to Map
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Emma Fernande Graf was born in Boufarik, Algeria in 1888 to parents Adolf Graf and Bertha Arnaud Graf who was from France. They moved to Detroit, Michigan in 1900. Adolf died in 1921. (Location of her parents graves are unknown.)
Emma married Captain Lionel Melville Wolffsohn, otherwise known as Woolson and had one daughter named Joy. She married Neil C. Talmadge, jr in 1950. Jesse Vincent, engineer for Packard Motor Car Company and who was friends with her father, walked her down the isle.
Emma's first husband, Woolson, died in a plane crash in 1930. Years later, at the age of 64, on December 24, 1952, Emma married James Vernor II, the son of the founder of Vernor's Ginger Ale. They lived at 4805 N. Harsdale in Bloomfield Township. James Vernor passed away 1 1/2 years after their marriage.
Emma Fernande Graf was born in Boufarik, Algeria in 1888 to parents Adolf Graf and Bertha Arnaud Graf who was from France. They moved to Detroit, Michigan in 1900. Adolf died in 1921. (Location of her parents graves are unknown.)
Emma married Captain Lionel Melville Wolffsohn, otherwise known as Woolson and had one daughter named Joy. She married Neil C. Talmadge, jr in 1950. Jesse Vincent, engineer for Packard Motor Car Company and who was friends with her father, walked her down the isle.
Emma's first husband, Woolson, died in a plane crash in 1930. Years later, at the age of 64, on December 24, 1952, Emma married James Vernor II, the son of the founder of Vernor's Ginger Ale. They lived at 4805 N. Harsdale in Bloomfield Township. James Vernor passed away 1 1/2 years after their marriage.


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