Ford, Mary (nee Summers, Iris Colleen) 7.jul.1924-30.sep.1977 USA California, Los Angeles Pasadena - California, Los Angeles Monrovia (diabetes)
pop singer, guitarist, born at an unnumbered house at University Park (now University Drive) Pasadena, 1930 the family had moved to 2210 Delmar Avenue San Gabriel, 1935 to 2849 South Delta Street San Gabriel, 1937 to 1930 North Sierra Bonita Avenue Pasadena, 1940 to 1037 South Granada Street El Monte ; daughter of housepainter Marshall McKinley Summers (Illinois, Ridgway 13.feb.1896-5.aug.1981 Los Angeles South El Monte) and Dorothy May 'Mae' White (Missouri, St Francois 5.apr.1897-22.feb.1988 South El Monte) ; 20.dec.1949 she married Les Paul (Lester Polsfuss), divorced 16.dec.1964 ; 15.may.1965 in Las Vegas Nevada she married building contractor Donald Edward Hatfield (Minnesota, Pipestone 19.may.1922-5.apr.2013 Los Angeles) and settled in Los Angeles Monrovia where she resided until her death, she died at Arcadia Methodist Hospital where she had been in diabetical coma since 8.aug.1977, buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Covina Los Angeles

Title Parts

[P] How high the moon. Multi tracked voice and guitar
music Morgan Lewis, lyrics Nancy Hamilton
Mary Ford voice, Les Paul guitar. r1951

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