George Mette I
(Abt 1802-1879)
Annie Elizabeth
Frederick Kearns
Katherine Seitz
Michael Mette
Anna Kearns

Pearl Mette
(1890-Bef 1923)


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Clem Easton

Pearl Mette

  • Born: 30 Dec 1890, Cook County, IL 13,14,76,92
  • Marriage: Clem Easton on 23 Dec 1913 in Chicago, Cook , IL, USA
  • Died: Bef 15 Apr 1923 54,93

bullet  General Notes:

She doesn't appear in the 1930 census -- at least not by the last name of Mette.

There was a Pearl Easton who was a contestant in the annual Chicago Garden Contest in 1976. She was living at 5117 W. Gladys Ave. Article in the News Journal, 10-28-1976, p. 19.

A Pearl Easton of Chicago (b. 3-8-1884) died in 3-1966 -- source, US Social Security Death Index 1935-current.


bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Residence, 18 Apr 1910, 2609 Lowe Ave., Chicago, Cook, IL. 13 There are a total of 14 people living here, but she's living with her mother, her sister Catherine, and her brother William.

Employment: book bindery, 1910-1920, Chicago, Cook , IL, USA. 13,14 In 1910, she was a folder at a book bindery.
Manual work, earning an hourly wage.

Residence: Boarder, 6 Jan 1920, 824 Bowen Ave., Chicago, Cook, IL. 14 Lived here with seven other people, none seem to be relations.

Residence, 1922-1923, 6039 Blackstone Ave., Chicago, Cook, IL. 80


Pearl married Clem Easton, son of Unknown and Living, on 23 Dec 1913 in Chicago, Cook , IL, USA. (Clem Easton was born in 1881,76 died on 15 Apr 1923 in Cook County, IL 451 and was buried on 18 Apr 1923 in Evergreen Cemetery, Cook, IL 54.)

bullet  Marriage Notes:

Married by a justice of the peace. This marriage may not have "worked out" because in the 1920 census, she appears alone again, using her maiden name of Mette.

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