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LINDLEY, William Foushee*
(1856-1940)
TEAGUE, Lucinda Jeanette*
(1855-1920)
HAYWOOD, William Oscar*
(1877-1955)
DOWNING, Lella*
(1876-1955)
LINDLEY, Charles Clinton*
(1890-1973)
HAYWOOD, Virginia Gladys*
(1902-2003)
LINDLEY, Jeanette Downing
(1929-1931)

 

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LINDLEY, Jeanette Downing 1377,1378,1379

  • Born: 15 Sep 1929, Burlington, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 798,1377,1378,1379,1380
  • Died: 13 Apr 1931, Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina, United States 1377,1380
  • Buried: Moore's Chapel Cemetery, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 1380

bullet   Cause of her death was 2nd degree burns on legs 608.,1377

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

1. Alt. Birth, 15 Sep 1929, Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina, United States. 1377

2. Appearance in Document: NC Birth Index, 1929, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 1379 1929, Lindley, Jeanette Downing, child of Charles Clinton Lindley, recorded Vol 17, page 483.

3. Census, 3 Apr 1930, Burlington, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 798
1) Lindley, Chas C, head of household, owns home valued $2000, has radio, age 39, first married at age 36, not attending school, can read and write, born NC, parents born NC, teacher at high school.
2) Lindley, Gladys, wife, age 27, first married at 25, not attending school, can read and write, born NC, parents born NC, no occupation.
3) Lindley, Jennette, daughter, age 6/12, single, not attending school, born NC, parents born NC.
4) Haywood, Alline, sister-in-law, age 24, single, not attending school, can read and write, born NC, parents born NC, bookkeeper at furniture company.

Household is in Piedmont Heights.

4. Story, 1931, Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina, United States. 608
Jeanette was scalded by hot water that spilled from the stove while visiting her Haywood grandparents. Her mother Gladys Lindley and grandmother Lella Haywood had gone to church; Jeanette was home with her grandfather Oscar Haywood. When Jeanette went to the hospital in Fayetteville, she contracted red measles and erysipelas [an acute disease of the skin marked by spreading inflamation and fever]. She died from those complications.




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