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Doris Adelaide Collier Floyd Cone
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Birth: May 12, 1918
Baltimore City
Maryland, USA
Death: Feb. 4, 2012
Williamsburg City
Virginia, USA

DORIS ADELAIDE CONE, 93, a resident of Williamsburg since 1965, died at Morningside Assisted Living Facility on Feb. 4, 2012. She had resided there since 2009.

While living in Williamsburg, Doris worked at the Eastern State Metal Facility as the manager/instructor of the sewing department. This department was instrumental in teaching residents the art of sewing and was known for creating and assembling all of the costumes and uniforms worn by the staff of Colonial Williamsburg.

She was preceded in death by her children, Mary (deceased, 2010), Donald (deceased, 1993) and Doris Ann (deceased, 2005).

She is survived by her children, Jim (Karen) of Michigan, Jack of Chicago, and Daniel and Thomas of California; and a loving niece, Linda (George, deceased, 2010) of Dundalk, Md.

Source: Virginia Gazette
February 11, 2012
Family links: 
  Harry Donald Collier (1882 - 1922)
  Mary Catherine Morgenweck Collier Bolton (1888 - 1945)
  James C. Cone (1918 - 1976)*
  Elmer Floyd (1909 - 1950)*
  Donald Walter Martin Collier (1909 - 1992)*
  Charles Gilbert Collier (1912 - 1974)*
  Doris Adelaide Collier Floyd Cone (1918 - 2012)
  Neil Martin Bolton (1923 - 1972)**
*Calculated relationship
Williamsburg Memorial Park
Williamsburg West
James City County
Virginia, USA
Maintained by: Sanebee
Originally Created by: Ron Stewart
Record added: Sep 02, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58078165
Doris Adelaide <i>Collier Floyd</i> Cone
Added by: Ron Stewart
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