Raymond Benton Bowen

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Raymond Benton Bowen

Birthplace: Pomeroy, Meigs, Ohio, United States
Death: Died in Zanesville, Muskingum, Ohio, United States
Place of Burial: Middleport, Meigs, Ohio, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Benton Bowen and Cora Belle Bowen
Husband of Ethel Virginia Bowen
Ex-husband of Unknown
Father of Luvada Audrey Humphrey; Thelma Mae Meadows; Kathryn Lucille West; Earl Raymond Bowen; Norman Austin Bowen and 2 others
Brother of Charles C. Bowen; Mauguerite Bowen; Thos Frederick Bowen; Thilma Bowen; Wilma Bowen and 3 others

Managed by: John H. Nye
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About Raymond Benton Bowen

Member of Middleport Church of Christ and Modern Woodmen of America.

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Raymond Benton Bowen's Timeline

April 26, 1886
Pomeroy, Meigs, Ohio, United States
February 9, 1909
Age 22
Middleport, Meigs, Ohio, United States
March 2, 1910
Age 23
Middleport, Meigs, Ohio, United States
April 13, 1913
Age 26
Promroy Meigs Ohio
August 1, 1915
Age 29
Promroy Meigs Ohio
September 16, 1918
Age 32
Middleport, Meigs, Ohio, United States
May 5, 1921
Age 35
Middleport, Meigs, Ohio, United States
July 20, 1923
Age 37
Middleport, Meigs, Ohio, United States
December 14, 1939
Age 53
Holden, Logan, West Virginia, United States

They were living here when James was working in the coal mines. They would buy stuff at the country store on credit and then pay on pay day. Dad and brothers were sitting at kitchen table, but when mom went in to the bedroom to see her mom the bed was stripped bare, so she went through the house looking for her, but no one would say anything. Lady who took care of them cleaned them up and they looked out the window and saw the hearse coming down the street. The kids had to go to the bedroom while they brought in the coffin into the house. They put Moe by her as a baby. This scared mom who was only four years old. They took her back to Middleport, but mom does not remember the funeral or the burial. - John Nye from interview with Twila Humphrey