Annette Eileen Apsey (born Walker)

Born:Sep 13 1924 In:  Lincoln, Alcona Cty, Michigan, USA
Died:Sep 4 2009 (at age 84)

Immediate family

Ray Lloyd Apsey
Her husband
Arnold Lloyd "Arnie" Apsey
Her son
<Private> White (born Apsey)
Her child
<Private> Babcock (born Apsey)
Her child
<Private> Apsey
Her child
Herman H Walker
Her father
Velma Melinda Walker (born Walker Dewey)
Her mother

Contact information

Harrisville, Michigan 48740, USA

Source citations

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:

Annette Eileen Apsey (born Walker)
Gender: Female
Birth: Sep 13 1924 - Lincoln, Alcona, Michigan, USA
Marriage: Spouse: Ray Lloyd Apsey - June 29 1940 - Harrisville, Alcona, Michigan, USA
Death: Sep 4 2009 - Bowie, MD, USA
Father: Herman H Walker
Mother: Velma Melinda Walker (born Dewey)
Husband: Ray Lloyd Apsey
Children: Eileen Florence White (born Apsey), Arnold Lloyd Apsey, <Private> Apsey, <Private> Apsey
Sibling: <Private> Walker-Tarr-Girard (born Walker)

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:
Annette E Apsey
Birth: Sep 13 1924
Death: Sep 4 2009
Last residence: Harrisville, Michigan 48740, USA
SSN issuing state:  Michigan
Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:
Annete Walker
Gender: Female
Birth: Circa 1925 - Michigan, United States
Residence: 1930 - Gustin, Alcona, Michigan, USA
Age: 5
Marital status: Single
Race: White
Language: English
Father: Herman Walker
Father's birth place: Michigan, United States
Mother: Velma Walker
Mother's birth place: Michigan, United States
Census: Township:GustinEnum. District:0005Line:5 County:AlconaSeries:T626Image:41 State:MichiganRoll:972 Date:1930Sheet:1-ASee household members
Relation to head; Name; Age
Head; Herman Walker; 30
Wife; Velma Walker; 28
Daughter; Annete Walker; 5
Roomer; George Higgison; 50


My Dad, Robert J. Apsey was brother to Ray Apsey.  Every Wed. night we went to Kilmaster, Mi to Baptist Church which was located very close to Aunt Annette and Uncle Ray.  We would stop to play with our cousins and see Aunt Annette and Uncle Ray.  They were both wonderful, farm people.  Aunt Annette was a short little woman with a loving, kind nature and sweet voice.  She always had desert for us!

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