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Margaret Louise "Peggy" Holmes Toney
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Birth: Sep. 20, 1919
Fallon County
Montana, USA
Death: Feb. 2, 1996
Pierce County
Washington, USA

Ashes buried with Adaphine Holmes.

Thank you Treasure Hunter for your additional following contribution:
Margaret Louise Holmes was born on September 20, 1919, in Baker, Montana, the child of Arthur Alonzo and Adaphene M.
She married Harold McKinley Toney on December 24, 1937, in Kittitas, Washington. She had three children by the time she was 24.
She died on February 2, 1996, in Buckley, Washington, at the age of 76, and was buried there. 
Family links: 
  Arthur Alvin Holmes (1893 - 1934)
  Adaphine Ohlrich Holmes (1898 - 1981)
  Harold McKinley Toney (1917 - 2014)*
  Harold McKinley Toney (1938 - 2007)*
  Gerald G Toney (1939 - 2008)*
  Cheryl Ann Toney Madigan (1944 - 1992)*
*Calculated relationship
Buckley Cemetery
Pierce County
Washington, USA
Maintained by: Family_R_Us
Originally Created by: Sharon
Record added: Nov 16, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16676214
Margaret Louise Peggy <i>Holmes</i> Toney
Added by: Treasure Hunter
Margaret Louise Peggy <i>Holmes</i> Toney
Added by: Robin
Margaret Louise Peggy <i>Holmes</i> Toney
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Added by: Byron D. Lawrence
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We celebrated Uncle Harold's 96th Birthday the other day, We all had squeezed in Lenni's house and yard, cause the gate to the park was locked haha In 15 minutes a whole party was moved and set up 3 miles away for 30 or more people. Everything worked out ...(Read more)
- Treasure Hunter
 Added: May. 16, 2013
Rest in Peace Great Aunt Peg
- Treasure Hunter
 Added: Aug. 21, 2012

 Added: Aug. 13, 2012

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