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Sibling Saturday - My Aunts and Uncles - 09/21/2013

This may come as a shocker to some individuals, but my Dad has 14 siblings. Yes, 14. Dear old Grandad, who died 5 years before I was born, was married three time. He outlived his first two wives, and had children with all three. It may seem strange to some, but I was a mid-century baby, and my Grandad was born in 1866. Yes, you read that correctly. 1866. So, my Dad's oldest sibling was actually 1 year older than my Grandma! I thought it would be fun to try to find photographs of as many of these individuals as I could. So here goes! Rita Teree Bean 1896-1993   Lama Wellington Beane 1899-1957   Pauline Beane 1902-1925   John Monroe Beane, Jr. 1908-1972   Emmett Lorimer Beane 1910-1988   Blanche Audrey Beane 1912-2002   Ann Margaret Beane b. 1914   William McHarvey Beane b. 1917     Samuel Maxwell "Max" Bean 1919-1923   Ada Eleanor Beane 1921-2007     Dorothy Eloise Bean 1923-1925     Jack Bean-Ashley b. 1929   Walter Maxwell "Buster" Beane b. 1937     Edsel Ford Beane b. 1939     Roy Edwin Bean 1943-1946   The discrepancies in the spelling of their last name is as written. The children changed the spelling of their last name, adding an "e" on the end of the surname, after my grandfather's death.   As you can see, from those lacking death dates, there aren't many of this generation left. It is with deep respect, honor, and ...

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