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  1. Marguerite Frances Claverie Oswald Ekdahl (also known as Marguerite Oswald), (July 19, 1907 – January 17, 1981) was the mother of Lee Harvey Oswald. [1] [2] Contents 1 Early life and family 1.1 New Orleans and Dallas 1.2 Move to New York City 2 Kennedy assassination 3 Later life 4 In popular culture 5 See also 6 References 6.1 General references

    • Edward John Pic Jr., Robert Lee Oswald Sr., Edwin Albert Ekdahl
    • 3; including Lee
  2. Jan 18, 1981 · Marguerite Oswald, mother of Lee Harvey Oswald, died today of cancer. She was 73 years old. Mrs. Oswald waged a campaign against the findings of the Warren Commission, which concluded that...

  3. Mini Bio (1) Marguerite Oswald was born on July 19, 1907 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. She was previously married to Edwin A. Ekdahl, Robert E. Lee Oswald and Edward John Pic Jr.. She died on January 17, 1981 in Tarrant County, Texas, USA. Family (1) Spouse Edwin A. Ekdahl ( 5 May 1945 - 24 June 1948) (divorced)

    • Marguerite Francis Claverie
    • July 19, 1907 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
  4. Marguerite Oswald - IMDb SEE RANK Marguerite Oswald (1907–1981) Marguerite Oswald was born on July 19, 1907 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. She was previously married to Edwin A. Ekdahl, Robert E. Lee Oswald and Edward John Pic Jr.. She died on January 17, 1981 in Tarrant County, Texas, USA. See full bio » Born:

  5. Marguerite Oswald, mother of slain accused presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, is shown in New York with attorney Mark Lane on February 17, 1964, after testifying in Washington before the...

  6. Nov 17, 2013 · Marguerite Claverie Oswald was, indeed, a difficult and bizarre woman. She was married three times, and was once accused of abusing her second husband. Lee’s father died two months before he...

  7. Mother of accused assassin of U.S. President John F. Kennedy and Dallas, Texas Police Officer J. D. Tippit. Widow of Oswald's father Robert E. Lee Oswald d. 19 August 1939 and divorced from Edward John Pic, Jr. and Edwin A. Ekdahl. Claimed to her death that her son was innocent of the assassination, and he was instead...

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