ZINN WELLS, FANCHON G. - Vinton County, Ohio | FANCHON G. ZINN WELLS - Ohio Gravestone Photos

FANCHON G. ZINN WELLS

Radcliff-Vinton Twp. Cemetery
Vinton County,
Ohio

Harry Alton Wells
b OCT 9, 1905, Vinton Twp, s/o Joseph Victor and Harriet "Hattie" Velle Eakin Wells
Joseph Victor (1867-1946) and Hattie Velle (1869-1949) Wells are buried at Mace Cemetery.

Fanchon Gail Zinn
b AUG 15, 1908, Vinton Twp, d/o Leonard and Lulu Minnie Pierce Zinn
Fanchon Gail lived with her Pierce grandparents until her marriage

Harry, a mechanic, and Fanchon, a school teacher, were the parents of twins, Franklin and Francis, b Mar 21, 1931; Wilda May, b Apr 1, 1935; Gary Allen, b Jan 13, 1940; Mary Louise, b Sep 3, 1943; and Richard Eugene, b May 22, 1947
Stone reads: Parents of Franklin, Francis, Wilda, Gary, Mary, and Richard

Son Franklin died at birth; Francis died FEB 7, 1932, 10M 26D, spinal meningitis; Harry was informant; DC #12532; both Franklin and Francis are buried at Radcliff.

Harry Alton Wells died JUNE 30, 1970, 64Y, Radcliff

Son Richard Eugene, Sgt, US Army Vietnam, was killed DEC 21, 1978, 31Y, single; worked for Ohio Bell, vehicle struck a bridge in Wood County; Richard Eugene is buried at Radcliff.

Daughter Wilda May married Everett Hugh Shank; Wilda May Shank died DEC 14, 1980, 45Y, O'Bleness Hospital, Athens, resident of Athens; Wilda May Shank & her husband are buried at Athens Memory Gardens, between Albany and Athens.

Fanchon Gail Wells died OCT 26, 1996, 88Y, elementary and secondary teacher, 4+ yrs college, at home, Radcliff.

Daughter Mary Louise, mother of Jeffrey Blaine and Phillip Smith, married to Roger D. Mace, died DEC 19, 2010, 67Y, Athens Co; Mary Lou Mace is buried at Radcliff Cemetery.

Son Gary Allen and his wife, Emilie Alyce Peters Wells, lives near Zanesville, in Duncan Falls.

Contributed on 7/20/07 by ccalvin1
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Record #: 31187

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Submitted: 7/20/07 • Approved: 2/20/14 • Last Updated: 8/14/15 • R31187-G31185-S3

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