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Tennie E. Chron
© The Bakersfield Californian
Submitted by: Dixie (Sain) Berry
Tennie E. Chron

Home after an Illness. Mrs. Chron was born in Nashville, Tenn. June 7, 1877. She moved to Bennington, Tex., as a small girl and later to Paris, Tex., and to Healdton in 1916. She was married to W.I. Chron Oct. 20, 1900. He preceded her in death 20 Nov 1946.
Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Ollie Trammell, Healdton, Mrs.Lorene Reedy, Buena Park, Calif., and Mrs. Grace Watson, Lubbock, Tex.,; three sons, Fred, Houston, Grady of the home, and Sam, Conroe, Tex., two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Crumm, Carnegie, and Mrs. Mattie Hall, Noble; a brother Will Sain, Cyril; eight grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.
Burial will be in Mount Olive Cemetery under the direction of Collier Brothers Funeral Home

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