Nora Adeline Deem

b. 21 May 1898, d. 8 January 1982

Father*Washington Lafayette Deem b. 10 Mar 1872, d. 12 Jun 1960
Mother*Frances Holland b. 31 Oct 1870, d. 5 Apr 1937
Nora Adeline Deem|b. 21 May 1898\nd. 8 Jan 1982|p3038.htm|Washington Lafayette Deem|b. 10 Mar 1872\nd. 12 Jun 1960|p493.htm|Frances Holland|b. 31 Oct 1870\nd. 5 Apr 1937|p3030.htm|William A. Deem|b. 1839\nd. 20 May 1916|p475.htm|Abigail H. Deem|b. Nov 1852\nd. 5 Jan 1940|p1020.htm|James Holland|b. unknown\nd. unknown|p3031.htm|Matilda Bishop|b. unknown\nd. unknown|p3032.htm|

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Religion* At Mount Zion Baptist Church and Bethel Baptist Church, Wood County, WV. 
Education*Nora Adeline Deem was educated at Camden Clark Hospital School Of Nurseing, Parkersburg, Wood County, WV. 
Residence*She lived at Route 2, Washington, Wood County, WV. 
Occupation*She occupation at First Public Health Nurse In Wood County, Wood County, WV. 
Birth*She was born on 21 May 1898 at Slate District, Wood County, WV.1
Marriage*She married Snowden Fankhouser Robbins, son of James Robbins and Charlotte Fankhouser, on 10 October 1930 at Wood County, WV. 
Death*Nora Adeline Deem died on 8 January 1982 at Montgomery General Hospital, Olney, MD, at age 83;
NORA DEEM ROBBINS Monday, 2:30 p.m. services at the Leavitt Funeral Home, with the Rev. Donzel Nicholson officiating, will be held for Nora Deem Robbins, 83, of Route 2, Washington, Wood County. She died at the Montgomery General Hospital at Olney, MD., Friday morning after a long illness. Entombment will be in Sunset Memory Gardens mausoleum. She was born at Chesterville, Wood County, a daughter of the late Washington Lafayette and Frances Holland Deem. She was a member of the Mount Zion Baptist Church at Mineral Wells and later attended the Bethel Baptist Church. She was a graduate of Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital School of Nursing and the first public health nurse in Wood County. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Forbes (Hilma) Blair of Silver Spring, MD; two brothers. H. Clark Deem of Parkersburg and Stewart Deem of Chesapeake, Va., three sisters, Marian Phillips of Cairo, Elva Dickson of Parkersburg, and Kathryn Coe of Vienna, her step-mother, Roxie Deem of Parkersburg, one half brother, Basil Deem in California, and two grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Snowden F. Robbins. Memorials are to be made to the Bethel Baptist Church or the Bethel Mission Society. 
Burial*She was buried on 10 January 1982 at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Parkersburg, Wood County, WV. 


Snowden Fankhouser Robbins b. 31 January 1891, d. 28 July 1975

Last Edited16 Nov 2010


  1. [S52] Wood County WV Birth Record.