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Myrtle May Presson Buckmiller
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Birth: Nov. 26, 1887
Litchfield (Kankakee County)
Kankakee County
Illinois, USA
Death: 1940
Multnomah County
Oregon, USA

Myrtle May Presson was born November 26, 1887 the daughter of Butler and Nancy Jean Bennet Presson in Bitchfield, Illinois.Myrtle married Benjamin Wheeler in 1901; their
daughter Ardys was born in 1902 and their son Freeman in 1903. Myrtle married Donald Geddes around 1913 and Frank Buckmiller circa 1930, their daughter Joanna Rae Buckmiller was born and died in 1939. Baker Newspaper Obit:
Mrs. Frank Buckmiller of Baker, president of the Baker Theaters, Inc. died suddenly last night in Portland.. . . Mr. and Mrs. Buckmiller moved to Baker about 10 years ago to purchase the local theaters. Mrs. Buckmiller had a great deal of experince with theaters, being connected with them since she was 14 years of age. She had long experience on the stage, in music and as an operatorof theaters. She was an accomplished organist and pianist. She operated a group of theaters in Seattle before moving to Baker.She is survived by her husband of Baker a son Freeman Geddes of Baker, a daughter Ardys Ferguson of Illinois and a step-son Chris Buckmiller of Baker. 
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  Frank Xavier Buckmiller (1885 - 1953)*
  Joanne Rae Buckmiller (1939 - 1939)*
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Mount Hope Cemetery
Baker City
Baker County
Oregon, USA
Plot: Masonic Park Blk. B Lt. 40 Grave 3
Created by: Roberta Zieske
Record added: Oct 27, 2011
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Myrtle May <i>Presson</i> Buckmiller
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Myrtle May <i>Presson</i> Buckmiller
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Myrtle May <i>Presson</i> Buckmiller
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 Added: May. 29, 2013

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