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McCORMICK--In this city, May 31st, 1914, Anna Brockenbaugh McCormick, aunt of H.T., Jennie, and Mary Christian of this city, and William B. and Willamine McCormick and Mrs. Anna B. Stockwell of Shreveport, LA, and great-aunt of Anna Brockenbaugh Christian of this city; a native of VA, aged 50y 7m 15d....Mt. Hope.
STOCKWELL--In this city, June 22, 1920; William H. Stockwell, husband of Hilda Stockwell and father of Eugene, Robert, and Willamena Stockwell of Shreveport, LA; son of Mrs. Anna B. Stockwell of San Diego, and brother of Mrs. D. W. McClain of Mt. Vernon, NY, Grace Stockwell, Mrs. W. D. Frazee and Alfred Stockwell of San Diego; a native of Louisiana, 33y 9m 9d...
This is critical information, I would look in Mt. Vernon NY death records, that's what would make sense.
Proud parents are Lt. and Mrs. D. B. Coleman, Norfolk, VA, who announce the arrival of a boy, David Buncombe Coleman, Jr, born Jan 18 in Norfolk. Mrs. Coleman is the former Willamine Stockwell of San Diego. David, Jr is the great-great-nephew of Miss Willamine McCormick, and the great-grandson of Mrs. Anna Stockwell, who, at present, is living in Norfolk, VA.
San Diego Union 5/31/1942
TO NEW YORK
Mrs. David Coleman, wife of Lt. Cmdr. Coleman, and son Bunky, with her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Stockwell, and her great-aunt, Miss Willamine McCormick, left Thursday for the east coast. They planned to visit several days with relatives in Los Angeles and Pasadena, then go to New York to be the guests of Mrs. Coleman's aunt, Miss Gail Stockwell, authoress, for a short time. At present plans are to spend the summer at Cape Cod.
The Colemans are back in San Diego along with Mrs. Anna B. Stockwell. Last winter Mrs. Stockwell was in Miami Beach. Cmdr was on a ship in the South Pacific that was sunk, but all were rescued. They were in Seattle for the last 4 months.
STOCKWELL--Anna Brockenbaugh, aged 86 years, Sept. 22; mother of Miss Grace Stockwell and Mrs. Wilmont Frazee; grandmother of Willamene Coleman...Mt. Hope Cem.