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George Appleby

and

Gertrude Lillian Baylor

 

George Appleby

Born: 28 June 1869 Arkansas

Died: 28 June 1948

Place: Fayetteville, Arkansas

Father:  John Tate Appleby

Mother: Almira Stanfield

married:

First Spouse: Myrt Florence McCarty

no children  

Second: Spouse: Gertrude Lillian Baylor  

Born: 1879

 

Children of George and Gertrude Appleby:

 

1.  John Tate Appleby 

born:  1908 Fayetteville, Arkansas

died: 19 December 1974

Washington, D.C.

buried: Fayetteville, Arkansas

never married

 

2.  Mildred Appleby

Born: 05 March 1911 

Died: Dec 1981

Springdale, Washington Co. Arkansas

Spouse: Joseph David Mitchell

 

3. Marion Appleby

Spouse:  Almon White Manlove

Born: 9 Feb 1911

Died: June 1974

Joplin, Jasper Co. Missouri

 

4.  Annis Appleby

Spouse: John Albert Fogleman

 

5. Helen Virginia Appleby

Spouse:  Paul  Young, Jr.

Born: 20 Oct 1924

Died: June 1984

Fayetteville, Arkansas

 

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Notes:

Family Information provided courtesy of John Mitchell; 

mitchel@pgtc.com

 

 

  Brothers, Charles and George were prominent business men, successful in the fruit-canning business

 in NW Arkansas.

 Charles was killed in a train-car accident in Westville, Oklahoma, across the state line from Fayetteville.

 

 George died of a heart attack on his 79th birthday.  He was found in the yard of the family home where he 

had gone to bring-in the evening paper.

 

 Gertrude Baylor was the widow of her first husband, Dink Taylor, who died of appendicitis.  Her maiden 

name was Baylor.  She was a step-sister to Myrt Florence, George's first wife.

 

 Son, John Tate Appleby, an Author and Journalist.  Click on his name in chart or Obit, below,  for his 

Obituary page.

 

  Joseph David Mitchell, Jr. was in the canning business.  

  John Fogleman served as Chief  Justice,  Arkansas Supreme Court.

  Almon White Manlove was a West Point graduate and career Army.  He and his wife, Marion,  were at 

  Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941.

  Paul Young, Jr. was a Fayetteville Architect.

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