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Mabel “Willie” Pitchford Adair

Mississippi, USA
Death 3 Aug 1919 (aged 52)
Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA
Burial Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA
Plot Section 42, Tier 5, and Grave 15
Memorial ID 50972443 · View Source
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Granddaughter of Augustus Pitchford 1806-1852 and Mary Scott Causey 1812-1863.

Granddaughter of EW Morris (born abt 1802) and Minerva Long (born abt 1810).

Daughter of Benton (aka Benjamin) Pitchford and Missouri Morris. Married 1860 in Black Hawk, MS.

Benton Pitchford
Birth 1 Feb 1843 MS
Death 25 Dec 1889

Mrs. M M Pitchford applied for Widow's Pension in 1932.

Wife of Abraham L Adair, m. 01 Sept 1891, Williamson, Texas

1900 United States Federal Census
Home in 1900: Dallas Ward 7, Dallas, Texas
Household Members: Name Age
Abraham L Adair 39
Mabel P Adair 34
Ethel Adair 8
Abbigail C Adair 6
Esther Adair 1

1910 United States Federal Census
Spouse's Name: Abraham L Adair
Father's Birthplace: Mississippi
Mother's Birthplace: Louisiana
Household Members: Name Age
Abraham L Adair 49
Mabel Adair 44
Abigal Adair 16
Esther Adair 10
Robin D Adair 8
Sarah B Adair 3 11/12

Daughter: Esther Margaret Adair
Adair / McCausland
Hollis L. McCausland, 28, former resident of Dallas, died Sunday afternoon in New Orleans of gunshot wounds accidentally received while hunting near there, according to word received Sunday evening by relatives in Dallas. The body will be brought to Dallas for burial and funeral services are expected to be held Tuesday. He leaves his wife, formerly Miss Esther Adair of Dallas; five sisters, Mrs. C.C. Moore and Mrs. M. Chatlain, both of Dallas; Mrs. J.H. Brown, Haskell, Ok., Mrs. C.W. Bitters, Gibson City, Ill., and Mrs. O.P. Gothlin, San Diego, Cal.; and one brother, John W. McCausland, Chicago. Dallas Morning News, November 12, 1928

Robin D. Adair was born on August 17, 1901, in Texas. Robin passed away on January 26, 1999, while in the Albuquerque Manor Nursing Home. Mr. Adair is survived by two sons, Robin D. Adair, Jr. living in Westminster, Colorado, and Richard Weldon Adair living in Boulder, Colorado. Mr. Adair was employed by the Associated Press for approximately 40 years, starting on 8-31-24. His last position was as Traffic Bureau Chief in the Albuquerque office of the AP. He retired from the AP on 9-1-66. A Memorial Service will take place in the Strong-Thorne Mortuary, Palm Chapel, 1100 Coal S.E., Albuquerque, New Mexico, at 2:00 P.M. on Thursday, January 28, 1999. Strong-Thorne Mortuary, 1100 Coal Ave SE, in charge of arrangements.
Published in the Albuquerque Journal on Wednesday January 27, 1999

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Gravesite Details Cemetery office confirmed that this burial is unmarked





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  • Added: 11 Apr 2010
  • Find A Grave Memorial 50972443
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