Robert Henry Holley
, [private brother (1880s - 1960s)
], [private brother (1890s - 1940s)
] and [private sister (1900s - 1960s)
[private son (1910s - 1970s)] and
[private son (1910s - 1970s)]
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Mayme Holley is the daughter of Thomas Holley Sr and Fanny Wilson.
She was named after NAMESAKE OR ORIGIN OF NAME.
Mayme Holley grew up in San Antonio.
She went to public schools, at Riverside High School, Tuskegee Institute and graduated in 1904.
Mayme worked as a science teacher and cateress in later years.
Some of the things most important to Mayme included a strong interest in biology.
She, Earnest and their sons lived at 1533 E. Crockett St. in San Antonio. The marriage date noted here is July 26, 1912. However, based on Wendell A Robbins, Jr.'s research of January 21, 2015, the marriage date was July 4, 1912.
She came into the world Christmas Day, 1886. It was December 13, 1937 when Mayme Holley died suddenly and tragically from pneumonia and pleurisy. She was buried in San Antonio, Texas, City Cemetery No. 3.
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