Person:Earl Nicodemus (4)

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Earl Weeks Nicodemus
b.Est Oct 1886 KS, USA
m. 10 Jul 1917
  1. Sarah Nicodemus1924 - 1999
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Earl Weeks Nicodemus
Gender Male
Birth[2][4] Est Oct 1886 KS, USA
Marriage 10 Jul 1917 to Minnie Campbell Farmer
Other[4][8] Est 1918 Milit-Beg
Property[5] Bet 22 Jun 1922 and 14 Jun 1928 Belmont Terrace, , Tarrant County, TX, USAlot 20 block 89
Census[4] 1 Apr 1930 1412 Grand Ave, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Occupation[4] 1930 a stockyards solicitor
Residence[6] 1942 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Death[1][2][3] 13 Dec 1957 Dallas, Dallas County, TX, USA
Burial[1][2][7] 14 Dec 1957 Oakwood Cemetery, 701 Grand Ave, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Markgraf, Helen McKelvy. Historic Oakwood Cemetery with Calvary Cemetery and Old Trinity Cemetery of Fort Worth, Texas. (Fort Worth Genealogical Society, Fort Worth, Texas, 1994)
    225.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Oakwood Cemetery (700 Grand Ave., Fort Worth, Texas); Richard Tonsing, 1996, Record Type: Tombstone, Reader: R. (1996)
    headstone of Earl Weeks Nicodemus.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Farmer IV, J. D. The Farmer Family Home Page, Record Type: database online, Url: http:/www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/a/r/Jame. (5 June 2000).
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Tarrant County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admi (1). (1930)
    Earl Nicodemus household, ED 50, p. 12A, dwelling 170, family 187.
  5. Index to Deeds--Tarrant County, Texas, Volume: Grantor, Record Info: Tarrant County Texas Recorder
    Deed Book 687 p. 341 warrant deed and 969 p. 557 quit claim deed.
  6. Star-Telegram, Location: Fort Worth, Texas
    "James D. Farmer, Pioneer Livestock Commission Man, Dies at 83 After Stroke", 28 June 1942.
  7. block 41, lot 37, space 2, Dallas, Texas
  8. World War