Permar & Walker – Typewriter Case

A note was jotted down on the front of the envelope so I scanned it, too. The snippets  seem to have been cut out for this person’s grandson’s marriage and her great grandchild.

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Walker & Kin – From the Typewriter Case

These came from the typewriter case. They were in an envelope labeled “Walker & Kin”.

They seem to be circa 1940 – 1958.

Edit:  I found a Harriett Permar who is the daughter of Velma Permar on ancestry.com. Unfortunately, I don’t have a membership to ancestry.com yet and only got a little info. This is all I have so far:

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velma november 1948marycappsbirthdaydinner15jun1952bmarycappsbirthdaydinner15jun1952 - Copymary capps and nannie15jun1952 - Copyjackie permar oct 1958 - Copy2feb194812noinfoonback205noinfo1952

 

Cemeteries

I went to the Furr Family Cemetery in Cabarrus County, NC. I couldn’t find the lady I was looking for, Leah Furr. Here’s 2 pics of it. It’s not far from here but in the middle of nowhere.

I also hit Mission Baptist Church in Locust, Stanly County, NC. I didn’t find who I was looking for but I took some extra pics:

Not too shabby for 30 minutes worth of work.