(son), Edward A. "Eddie" Stinson Jr.: Eddie was born July 11, 1893, in Fort Payne, Ala. On Jan. 26, 1932, he was demonstrating a new Reliant model airplane when he died in a plane crash at Jackson Park, Chicago, Ill. He is buried in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Southfield, Mich. He married Estelle Judy on Oct. 1, 1919, in Pittsburgh, Pa. Estelle was born Feb. 2, 1889, in McKeesport, Pa. She died Jan. 4, 1981, in Los Angeles, Calif. They had no children of their home, however, Eddie did adopt Estelle's son Raymond Judy. Raymond Judy was born in 1911` and died April 26, 1984, in Colorado Springs, Colo. His cremains were buried Aug. 20, 1984, in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Southfield, Mich., next to his stepfather. Raymond and his wife, Anne N., had six children. Eddie Stinson Jr. was a World War I military pilot, Temp O-4 Balloonatic, Wright Field, 1924 Captain, FAI license no. 375, December 1915. Stinson Field in Aberdeen, Miss., is named for him. Stinson Aircraft Co., Wayne, Mich., (near Detroit) was sold to Vultee Aircraft Co. after his death.
(daughter), Marjorie "Madge" Stinson: Madge was born July 5, 1895, in Fort Payne, Ala. She died April 15, 1975, in Washington, D.C. Her cremains were scattered over Stinson Field in San Antonio, Texas. She never married and did not have any children. She attended Millsap College in Mississippi. She was the 9th woman in the United States to receive her pilot's license (FAI no. 303) in August 1914, at age 19 years, 1 month.
(son), Jack Beavers Stinson: Jack was born Dec. 25, 1900, in Canton, Miss. He died May 15, 1976, in Athens, Tenn. His cremains were scattered over Stinson Field in San Antonio, Texas, on July 27, 1976. Jack was an aero engineer, had aviation training school in Long Island, N.Y. He was credited with inventing the auto engine governor. In 1925, Jack married Ann Schnitzer Sugar in Chicago, Ill. Ann, as aspiring ballerina, was born May 17, 1898. She immigrated to the United States by herself in 1914 from Tamishvar, Hungary. A daughter, Irene, was born in 1918. Ann died in October 1987.
Jack and Ann had four children: a daughter, living; a son, Edward A. Stinson III: born April 29, 1927, in Detroit, Mich.; died July 31, 1992, in Hemet, Calif., where he is buried. In 1950, Edward III married Isabel Denton in Alabama and they had six children, of which two died in infancy; and twin daughters, Jacqueline and Geraldine Stinson: born July 26, 1930, in Bridgeport, Conn. Jacqueline married Victor Delano in 1951 and they had two children. She died Oct. 14, 1990, in Maryland. Geraldine never married. She died in 1962.
brother, William "Will" Baxter Stinson:
Born Sept. 26, 1870, in Canton, Miss. Died Jan. 20, 1936, in Canton, Miss. He married
Emily Lockie Gilruth. They had five children:
brother, Louis Stinson, M.D.: Born June 19, 1882, in Canton, Miss. Died in November 1925, in Jacksonville, Fla. He married Katherine Ely. They had two children:
(son), Louis Stinson Jr.
(son), Carroll Stinson
sister, Annette "Nette" Stinson: Born April 27, 1884, in Canton, Miss. Died Oct. 31, 1967, in Jackson, Miss. She married Wythe D. Lowe Sr. They had two children:
(son), Wythe Durvergne Lowe Jr.: Born about 1910. He married Betsy Harley.
(daughter), Annette Lowe: Born about 1912.
sister, Lila Stinson: Born Sept. 7, 1885, in Canton, Miss. Died in September 1966, in Yazoo City, Miss. She married Albert Shepherd Gardner Sr., a lawyer in Yazoo City. They had one child: