Lelia Lewis Bryan
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Lelia, circa 1941
Missing Since 05/10/1941
Missing From Carolina Beach, North Carolina
Classification Endangered Missing
Sex Female
Race White
Date of Birth 08/06/1904 (116)
Age 36 years old
Height and Weight 5'7 - 5'8, 120 pounds Clothing/Jewelry Description A summer print housedress, brown and white shoes, a green turban, possibly a sweater, and no stockings or jewelry.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Black hair, gray eyes. Some accounts spell Lelia's name "Lela."
Details of Disappearance Lelia and her only child, Mary Rachel, were last seen in their hometown of Carolina Beach, Carolina on May 10, 1941. Lelia took Mary Rachel and left home at 9:00 p.m. Some accounts say she was going out to buy groceries at a store two blocks away; another story says she took $2 and was going to buy a new brassiere at the dime store. She was driving her husband's black 1935 Ford Model A coupe with the 1941 North Carolina license plate number 219-056. Lelia and Mary Rachel have never been heard from again. Their vehicle was apparently never recovered. Authorities investigated the theory that Lelia murdered her daughter and took her own life, but there was no evidence to support this. Lelia and Mary Rachel were declared legally dead in 1948. Lelia's husband, Edis Clarence "E.C." Bryan, is the prime suspect in his wife and daughter's disappearances. He died in 1976 and was never charged in their cases. It was theorized that E.C. buried Lelia and Mary Rachel's bodies beneath the concrete foundation of his beach cott
Age on Raleigh Avenue. In early 2009, investigators cut away concrete from the basement floor and dug underneath in search of human remains, but nothing of interest was found and the house has been ruled out as a burial site. Mary Rachel and Lelia's disappearances remain unsolved. North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation 910-486-1262 WECT TV 6 The Wilmington Star-News Bladen County NC GenWeb News 14 Carolina WRAL News Unsolved In the News NamUs

 

 

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