Mary F. Lefeber

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Mary F. Lefeber

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Winchester, Franklin Co, TN (parents b OH and TN); in 1902 CCD, widow living at 117 College, Chattanooga; 1910 HOH Hamilton Co TN; living with son Thomas in 1920 census
Death: Chattanooga, TN [see obit]; living with son Thomas in 1920 census, Hamilton Co TN; prob. buried in Winchester City Cem [stone marked "Mother" with no date next to Thomas N's]
Immediate Family:

Wife of Thomas Nelson Arledge
Mother of Joseph Slatter Arledge; Charles Morgan Arledge; Thomas Ernest Arledge; Frank Arledge; Edna Vivian Arledge and 6 others

Managed by: Pam Wilson (may be slow to respond)
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Mary F. Lefeber's Timeline

1854
1854
Winchester, Franklin Co, TN (parents b OH and TN); in 1902 CCD, widow living at 117 College, Chattanooga; 1910 HOH Hamilton Co TN; living with son Thomas in 1920 census
1873
1873
Franklin Co. TN
1874
April 1874
[per1900 census] Franklin Co, TN [is she the same as Viola b. 1872?]; in 1900 Hamilton Co, TN census living w/ parents and son Thurman; in 1930 census living with widowed brother William W. in Chatt on Dayton Pike
1875
July 19, 1875
Franklin Co. TN
1877
July 10, 1877
TN TN TN (prob. Franklin CO); Capt of Fire Dept, Winchester & Chat, TN; 1902, 1906 CCD wagon driver Engine Co No 3, res. 117 College, Chatta.; WWI Draft Reg; 1910-1930 HOH Hamilton CO TN; 1936 Capt Engine Co No 8 Chatta; 1946 CCD 1217 Hanover, Chatt.
1879
February 22, 1879
TN; 1910 w/ mother; WWI Draft Reg 1918 had lost one eye; in 1906 and 1936 CCD listed as pattern maker for Ross-Meehan Foundries; res. 3316 Dayton Blvd, Red Bank (Chattanooga, TN); HOH 1930 Hamilton Co w/ widowed sister Ola (he is widowed as well)
1880
December 18, 1880
Tennessee, United States
1882
December 6, 1882
Franklin Co, TN
1883
January 28, 1883
Winchester, Franklin Co, TN; WWI Draft Reg 1918; in 1906 CCD was patternmaker at R-M Foundry, lived at 177 College; in 1920 in Hamilton Co, TN in HH of f-i-l Henry Kendall; HOH 1930 Hamilton Co, OH; mechanic at candy factory