See also

Family of Rex Ellis TOWNSEND and Ruth E UNKNOWN

Husband: Rex Ellis TOWNSEND (1917-2002)
Wife: Ruth E UNKNOWN (1918-2007)
Children: PRIVATE ( - )

Husband: Rex Ellis TOWNSEND

Name: Rex Ellis TOWNSEND1,2
Sex: Male
Father: Fay Martin TOWNSEND (1892-1978)
Mother: Gladys Lucinda SMITH (1893-1928)
Birth 1 Jan 1917 Ingham, Michigan, USA
Death 7 Feb 2002 (age 85) Mason - Ingham, Michigan, USA

Wife: Ruth E UNKNOWN

Name: Ruth E UNKNOWN1,2
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1 Feb 1918
Death 17 Feb 2007 (age 89) Mason - Ingham, Michigan, USA

Child 1: PRIVATE

Sex: Male

Child 2: PRIVATE

Sex: Male

Note on Husband: Rex Ellis TOWNSEND - shared note

He was aged 2yrs 11 months on the 1920 US Federal Census undertaken on 22nd January living with his parents at Ingham, Ingham County, Michigan. Source: Roll T625_771 Page 8A Emuneration District 86


Aged 12 he was living with his widower father, his Uncle, Aunt and cousins alongside other siblings at White Oak, Ingham County, Michigan Source:Roll 992 Page 79 Emuneration District 83


Two addresses show up for him in the US Public Records Index


Record No 819700942-

611 E Columbia Road, Mason, Ingham

Also in household Ruth B Townsend est birth yr 1918: Helen F Townsend aged 63: Leroy R Townsend 64


Record No 148373606

495 E Columbia Road, Mason, Ingham Zip Code 48854

Tel No 517-623-6077

Also in household Ruth B Townsend


Social Security No 366-16-9892 issued Michigan bef 1951


He died 2002

Note on Wife: Ruth E UNKNOWN - shared note

Social Security Death Index

Name: Ruth E. Townsend

SSN: 370-38-4590

Last Residence: 48854 Mason, Ingham, Michigan

Born: 1 Feb 1918

Died: 17 Feb 2007

State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (1955 )


1"2nd Gedcom supplied by cousin Norina email attachment 18.3.08". Record originated in...
2"Nick Heard". This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009