In memory of Ada Rebecca Temple, my Maternal 2nd Great-Grandmother on the REESE branch.
New York County Marriage Records, John L. Reese & Mary Harvey #1008781
Pennsylvania Marriages, Maynard Reese & Ada Temple #954171
John L. Reese Social Security Applications and Claims
Leo Reese Social Security Applications and Claims
Ann Griswald Social Security Applications and Claims
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Ada Rebecca Temple
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1883 Sept 16
Muncy, Lycoming, Pennsylvania
1900 Jan 13
La Porte, Sullivan County, Pennsylvania
1973 Mar 30
Auburn, Cayuga, New York
Chestnut Hill Cemetery
Union Springs, Cayuga, NY
Ada Rebecca Temple was born on the 16th of September, 1883, in Muncy, Lycoming, Pennsylvania, the daughter of John Lloyd Temple & Martha Jane Allen. She married Maynard W. Reese on the 13th of January, 1900. Together, they moved to New York between 1911 and 1913, living in Ledyard, Cayuga County, primarily. Maynard died on the 2nd of December, 1947, in Aurora, Cayuga County, New York at the age of 73. Ada outlived him by 26 years and remained unmarried until her death at the age of 93. She died on the 30th of March, 1973 at Auburn. Ada and Maynard had ten known children: Edith, Martha, Raymond, Ernest, Lloyd "John", Ann, Alberta, Kenneth, Leo and Harold Reese.
Ada Rebecca Temple & Maynard Washington Reese were the parents of my ancestor,
See Maynard W. Reese.
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