Mary “Virginia” Meredith Ream 1922-2006

Virginia “Ginny” Meredith Ream

Virginia’s parents were Clarence “Leo” Meredith and Grace Frederika George. The photos below announce the marriage of Ginny’s parents.

The wedding of Ginny’s parents is announced in the Jackson Citizen Patriot on 13 Nov 1919
12 Nov 1919 Daily Telegram Adrian MI

When Mary Virginia Meredith (“Ginny”)  was born on March 13, 1922, in Hudson, Michigan, her father, Clarence Leo Meredith, was 27, and her mother, Grace F. George Meredith was 29.

At the time of the 1930 US census, Ginny was 8 years old and living in the household of her grandmother with her parents and her older brother and younger sister. They lived on Washington Avenue, Hudson, Lenawee, Michigan, USA.

1930 US Census

Ginny was only 11 years old when her older brother Frederick George Meredith passed away. 

The death certificate for Ginny’s brother
10 Apr 1933, The Daily Telegram, Adrian, MI
12 Apr 1933, The Daily Telegram, Adrian, MI
The Daily Telegram 21 December 1933, Adrian, MI

Ginny’s younger brother was born only one month after the death of her older brother in May of 1933. Ginny’s younger sister also had major surgery in December of 1933.

By the time of the 1940 US census, Ginny was 18 years old and living with her family.

1940 US Census – Residence in Hudson, Lenawee, Michigan

Ginny married Robert Emerson Ream on November 6, 1954, in San Diego, California.

6 Nov 1954 Catholic Mission San Diego de Alcala

Ginny and Robert Ream had two children during their marriage. She died on January 25, 2006, in Columbus, Ohio, at the age of 83, and was buried in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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