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 Frances May “Fanny” <I>Johns</I> Cason

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Frances May “Fanny” Johns Cason

Birth
Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas, USA
Death
16 Nov 1966 (aged 72)
Hanford, Kings County, California, USA
Burial
Armona, Kings County, California, USA
Plot
buried next to husband John J. C
Memorial ID
6490506 View Source

Born In the Great state of Texas; related to the Cox family of Texas, better known as "Cox's Army."; married John J. Cason in 1915; mother of 5 children: William Glen, John Lacy, Lula Nell, Abie Frances and Charles Thayer; grandmother and greatgrandmother, many times over; loved cooking and baking (you hadn't lived until you tasted her 7-layer banana-coconut cake); loved gardening, especially growing red roses. She was and always will be the kind of grandmother that everyone wishes they had - that I, and my entire family, were blessed to have had.

Born In the Great state of Texas; related to the Cox family of Texas, better known as "Cox's Army."; married John J. Cason in 1915; mother of 5 children: William Glen, John Lacy, Lula Nell, Abie Frances and Charles Thayer; grandmother and greatgrandmother, many times over; loved cooking and baking (you hadn't lived until you tasted her 7-layer banana-coconut cake); loved gardening, especially growing red roses. She was and always will be the kind of grandmother that everyone wishes they had - that I, and my entire family, were blessed to have had.


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