Wardie Earlene CHANEYAge: 53 years19131966

Name
Wardie Earlene CHANEY
Given names
Wardie Earlene
Surname
CHANEY
Birth January 14, 1913

Birth of a brotherBilly Ray CHANEY
May 2, 1921 (Age 8 years)

Death of a brotherBilly Ray CHANEY
May 2, 1921 (Age 8 years)

Birth of a sisterGeorgia Christene CHANEY
December 8, 1924 (Age 11 years)

MarriageCharles McClellan KLINEView this family
June 6, 1931 (Age 18 years)

Death of a maternal grandmotherGeorgia Savannah DUNN
March 23, 1933 (Age 20 years)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Nancy Katharine KLINE
December 30, 1936 (Age 23 years)

Death of a daughterNancy Katharine KLINE
July 25, 1937 (Age 24 years)

Death of a maternal grandfatherAlbert Edwin DANIEL
August 5, 1939 (Age 26 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Larry Lee KLINE
August 18, 1945 (Age 32 years)

Birth of a grandson
#1
Richard Mack WHEELER
January 18, 1953 (Age 40 years)

Death of a fatherOllie Lee CHANEY
November 26, 1956 (Age 43 years)

Death of a sisterGeorgia Christene CHANEY
June 30, 1965 (Age 52 years)

Death October 23, 1966 (Age 53 years)

Unique identifier
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Last change October 17, 200321:32

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: July 1, 1908
11 months
elder brother
14 months
elder brother
13 months
elder sister
16 months
herself
sister
brother
brother
younger brother
4 years
younger sister
Family with Charles McClellan KLINE - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: June 6, 1931
daughter
daughter
9 years
son

Shared note
During the last of the 20's and first of the 1930's, Mack Kline was over the crew of men that built the bridges on old Highway 80 across Van Zandt Co. He met his wife to be in 1930, one evening after work when, at the insistence of a friend, who was boarding with Effie and Ollie, he went to supper with him. Earlene knew he was coming and being anxious to meet this "Yankee" she'd heard so much about, took a magazine out to set on the porch to pretend she was reading and watch him arrive. Coming up on the porch, Mack walked over to her, turned the magazine right side up and said, "Honey, I think you can read it better this way." (Kitty Wheeler)