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Frances Wilkerson

Birth: She was born around 1921 at Mississippi.  

Family Information: Daughter of Robert F. and Anna Belle Wilkerson.

Sister of Earl, Gladys, Louise and Irene.  

Description:  

Pre-Colony History:  

Home in Colony:

Clipping from the Llano Colonist dated May 6, 1933.
Clipping from the "Llano Colonist" dated May 6, 1933.

Job in Colony: In June 1931 the midday meal was prepared and served by the Mesdames Lentz, Long, White, Corbett, Nesnow, Parsons, Hardy, Joynes and the Misses Stella Kittle, Bays and Caves. Frances Wilkerson and Virginia and Ruth Kittle gathered the trays which Mrs. Wright was kept busy wiping for repeated service.  

Other Info: At a theater program in May 1931 Francis Wilkerson and Virginia Kittle put on the "Paper Pin Dance" directed by Wanda Self.  

Post-Colony History: In 1940 she was living in North Carolina with her mother, sister Louise Leach and Louise's four-year old daughter. At that time she was working as a winder in a silk mill.  

Death:  

Sources: US Census: 1940; "Llano Colonist": May 30, 1931, June 6, 1931  

 

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