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Bateman, Helen Ream, 1920-

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1920-

Biographical History

Helen Ream Bateman (1920- ) was an author who resided in Utah and Idaho.

Helen Mae Ream Bateman was born on March 15, 1920, in Bear Lake county, Idaho, to parents Mary Cooper Sirrine and William Wesley Crockett Ream. She graduated from Montpelier High School in 1937. She married James LaVar Bateman during World War II, and together they had five children. Helen Ream Batemean was the author of "Roots & Wings: A Book of Family Traditions," first published in 1986.

Citation

Instrument of gift (Helen Ream Bateman; b. 1920 in Bear Lake County, Idaho; latest residence in Provo, Utah; parents Mary Cooper Sirrine and William Wesley Crockett Ream)

Deseret News Obituary: Shauna Bateman via WWW, (married Dr. James LaVar before 1948; child Shauna born in Wisconsin December 10, 1948)

Deseret News Obituary: J. LaVar Ream (married Helen Mae Ream during World War II; raised five children together)

Public Records Directory via WWW, (Helen Ream Bateman b. March 15, 1920)

MHS sesquicentennial, via WWW, February 12, 2021 (She graduated from Montpelier High School in 1937)

Goodreads, via WWW, February 12, 2021 (Author of Roots and Wings: A Book of Family Traditions, first published in 1983)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Sarah Oakey Sirrine collection

 Collection — Folder: 10
Identifier: MSS 8593
Scope and Contents Contains letters, journals, photographs and other records related to families of James Oakey and George Warren Sirrine, founders of Paris and Dingle, Idaho, and Mesa, Arizona. Letters and journals provide great insight into life in these areas and the difficulties that arise from beginnings of settlements. Collection was compiled by Sarah Oakey Sirrine, daughter of James Oakey and daughter-in-law to George Warren Sirrine. Includes primarily originals, but also includes some transcriptions and...
Dates: 1834-1974