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BARTELS—Freda Florence (Pat), sister of Mrs. Marie Nickerson of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Edith Hampton ... Service at the Funeral Home of Dodge-Thomas, inc., 26 Franklin Ave., Glen Cove, on Tuesday, March 17, at 8:30 P.M. Interment East Hillside Cemetery. (New York Times)
(WHNT)- A Marshall County cemetery is not up to standards ... Several years ago the state did find a buyer for the property. The owners of Marshall Memory Gardens in Albertville agreed to buy the property and maintain it. However, the stipulation ... (WHNT-TV)
His grandchildren are as follows: Paige Jenkins Kopecky (Michael) of Hampton Cove, Ala., William Brent Jenkins (Marianne) of Homewood, Ala., Matthew Alan Jenkins (Kasey) of Mountain Brook, Alabama ... 12 noon at Commerce Funeral Home, 1505 Washington ... (Greenville Herald-Banner)
Also, Elizabeth’s two sons Joe Morton (Margaret) of Sylacauga, Alabama and Brad Morton of Birmingham. His grandchildren are as follows: Paige Jenkins Kopecky (Michael) of Hampton Cove ... 12 noon at Commerce Funeral Home, 1505 Washington Street ... (Cullman Times)
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