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Helen Lottie
Loveless
was born
on
18th of June, 1905
,
Daughter of
Allen Herbert
Loveless
and
Bertha
Vandusen
,
died
on
9th of February, 1953
,
Mother of
Francis
Johns
,
,
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First name:
Helen Lottie
Surname:
Loveless
Gender:
Female
Date of birth:
18th of June, 1905
Place of birth:
Adams Township, Coshocton, Ohio, United States
Date of death:
9th of February, 1953
Events:
Event Type:
Birth
Description:
18 JUN 1905
Date:
18th of June, 1905
Event place:
Adams Township, Coshocton, Ohio, United States
Event Type:
Burial
Description:
1953
Date:
1953
Event place:
Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
Event Type:
Death
Description:
9 FEB 1953
Date:
9th of February, 1953
Age:
47
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Family Tree of Loveless, Helen Lottie
18th of June, 1905
died
on
9th of February, 1953
Father of
18th of June, 1905
Adams Township, Coshocton, Ohio, United States
18 JUN 1905
Adams Township, Coshocton, Ohio, United States
1953
Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
9 FEB 1953
Loveless, Allen Herbert
Vandusen, Bertha
Loveless, Howard Stewart
Loveless, Madeline C
Loveless, Helen Lottie
Johns, Francis Clement
Johns, Francis
Loveless, Robert Watson
This information is based on family tree no. 2102 as recorded at the Douglas E.Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center at ANU Museum of the Jewish People.
Mother of
Vandusen, Bertha
Loveless, Allen Herbert
Johns, Francis
Loveless, Helen Lottie
Johns, Francis Clement
Loveless, Howard Stewart
Loveless, Madeline C
Loveless, Robert Watson