|Birth: ||Sep. 4, 1895|
|Death: ||Mar. 20, 1980|
This is the cemetery where Manila and Charles Canoles were cremated. I found this note from my Mother, Gladys Emery Lionberger, niece of Nell and Charlie Canoles.
Her first name was Manilla and the family called her "Nil". When she married Charlie Canoles, he started calling her "Nell", so eventually the rest of the family did also. They had one daughter, Lorraine. When Uncle Geroge got married, it was Aunt Nell and Uncle Charlie Canoles who provided a home for my grandmother and me. My brother lived with Uncle George and Aunt Alma for a year or two; then he lived in an orphanage until his fourteenth birthday. Various ones tried to arrange for my brother and me to see each other once a month, when possible. Aunt Nell passed away July 18, 1979, and Uncle Charlie passed away March 20, 1980. They were cremated, and their ashes scattered at sea, according to their wishes.
Manila May Rumrill Canoles (1900 - 1979)*
Harbor Lawn-Mount Olive Memorial Park
Created by: Stephanie McKenney
Record added: Sep 20, 2010
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