Descendants of
Earl Walter Short



Parents & Siblings

Doug's Genealogy


Short Generation # 3

1. Earl Walter Short; b. 20 Jun 1911 in Lonedell, Franklin Co., Missouri; m. Dolores Ellen Lewis, daughter of George Washington Lewis, 26 Nov 1931 in residence of the bride, Franklin Co., Missouri, with J. E. Short, Minister of the Gospel officiating.

Earl Walter Short died on 23 September 1967 in St. Louis Co., Missouri

Dolores Ellen Lewis was born on 29 Jan 1911. She died on 28 Mar 2000 at age 89.

Children of Earl Walter Short and Dolores Ellen Lewis are as follows:



Bibliography - descendants of Earl Walter Short

Missouri. Jefferson City. Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics. Certificate of Death.

Missouri. Franklin County. County Clerks Office. Union. Marriage Records.

Missouri. Washington County. 1920 US census, population schedule. Micropublication T625, roll 943. Washington DC: National Archives.

Oak Grove Cemetery. Franklin County, Missouri.

Social Security Applications, 300 N. Green Street, Baltimore, Maryland: Social Security Administration.

Social Security Death Index, Inc., RootsWeb.Com, http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com. The SSDI component of RootsWeb is drawn from the Social Security Death Benefits Index of the U.S. Social Security Administration and is available by subscription from the U.S. Department of Commerce.





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Earl Walter Short


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