Ingram, Cora Edith

Birth Name Ingram, Cora Edith
Gender female
Age at Death 62 years, 8 months


Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 1870-05-00 Atchison, Atchison, KS    
Death 1933 Bellingham, WA    
Event Note

Cora Ingram's hair turned white before its time, and she diedfrom pernicious anemia in 1933.


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Ingram, Daniel A1844-04-221912-06-00
Mother Smith, Ellen Cora1848-12-271902-08-08
         Ingram, Cora Edith 1870-05-00 1933


Family of Deeter, Mathias and Ingram, Cora Edith

Married Husband Deeter, Mathias ( * 1869-02-01 + 1953-11-09 )
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage 1889-03-13 Arkansas, USA    

Mathias (Bud) Deeter and Cora Ingram settled on 40 acres of landgiven to them by Bud's parents, William and Catherine Deeter,and remained in Arkansas for ten years before making their firsttrip to Washington. After one year in Whatcom County,Washington, Bud and Cora returned to Arkansas until 1907, whenthey moved to Washington permanently. They bought 40 acres ofstump and brush covered land three miles south of Sumas, alongSumas Creek. They cleared the land, built a road and raisedhay, grain, and raspberries along with 10-15 Jersey dairy cows.The house Bud and Cora built and raised six kids in stood alongwhat is now samed Deeter Road. William Deeter's 80 acresadjoined Bud and Cora's 80.

Bud was well educated in the public schools in Lawrence County,Ak and a wise business man. He was public welfare minded whenit came to schools, roads, and charitable objects.

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Home in 1900: Campbell, Lawrence County, AR
Home in 1910: Sumas, Whatcom, Washington

Name Birth Date Death Date
Deeter, Ruby P1889-11-28
Deeter, Elmerabout 1891
Deeter, Victoria1893
Deeter, Thomas1895
Deeter, Aubrey C1898
Deeter, Alma1901
Deeter, Doras Marvin1903-04-09
Deeter, Clara1905