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Please Note: Click on underlined name to view tombstone image. Sharp, Bayard T., 1876 - 1969; Myrtle 1875 - 1936 Bayard Taylor Sharp married Myrtle Phillips. He was the son of Jacob Richard & Flora Belle (Braden) Sharp. Bayard was born in Washington Co., PA and migrated to Ashtabula Co. He worked as an engineer for the railroad. They had 9 known children. Sharp, Bayard T., Jr., 1913 - 1951 Sharp, Walter D., 1906 - 1987; Laina L., 1907 - 2001 Walter D. Sr., married Laina L. Rankinen, daughter of Hjalmar & Holma (Orrenmaa)Rankinen. Walter & Laina had 4 daughters & 5 sons. They would winter in Florida. He was also an engineer for the railroad. Sharp, Walter D., Jr., Apr. 11, 1938 - Jan. 22, 2000 Walter Jr. was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, served in the Korean War. Died at age 61 years. had 4 known children. Sharp, Walter D. Jr. military marker Sharp, William D., Feb. 19, 1937 - Dec. 25, 1978 William D. Sharp was the youngest child of Walter D. & Laina R. (Rankinen) Sharp. He died in Oakland, CA. Sharp, Homer L., 1896 - 1977; Marian R., 1896 - 1990 Homer Leroy Sharp Sr. married Marian Jenness. They had 2 sons. He was the oldest child of Bayard & Myrtle (Phillips) Sharp. He had retired and moved from Conneaut to Flora City, Florida.
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