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Ruth Agnes Leonard Doolittle
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Birth: Jun. 21, 1918
Holt
Ingham County
Michigan, USA
Death: Mar. 27, 2002
Albion
Calhoun County
Michigan, USA

Born Ruth Agnes Leonard on June 21, 1918 on a farm near Holt, MI, Ruth went to school in the Petrieville and the Bunker one room schools, finishing 8th grade. She then worked as a laborer in Horner Woolen Mills, Hoag Book Bindery, and Greers Manufacturing, and she lived with her family until 1960 when she married Donald Walter Doolittle in Lovelock Nevada. On August 7, 1961, their only child, a daughter Patricia Joan, was born in Reserve, New Mexico. Ruth returned to her family in Michigan in 1965, residing on the family farm near Springport until 2000, when she moved into Tendercare Nursing Home in Albion MI. She was 83 years old when she passed away with her brother, John Leonard, at her bedside. 
 
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 Parents:
  Wellington R. Leonard (1888 - 1979)
  Florence K. Milligan Leonard (1892 - 1956)
 
 Spouse:
  Donald Walter Doolittle (1907 - 1977)
 
 Siblings:
  John W. Leonard (1916 - 2003)*
  John William Leonard (1916 - 2003)*
  Ruth Agnes Leonard Doolittle (1918 - 2002)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Rosehill Cemetery
Eaton Rapids
Eaton County
Michigan, USA
 
Created by: Pdoolittlebrooks
Record added: Jul 31, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74227761
Ruth Agnes <i>Leonard</i> Doolittle
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Ruth Agnes <i>Leonard</i> Doolittle
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Ruth Agnes <i>Leonard</i> Doolittle
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THE BRIDGE The way I walk I see my mother walking,The feet secure and firm upon the ground.The way I talk I hear my daughter talkingAnd hear my mother's echo in the sound.The way she thought I find myself now thinking,The generations linkingIn a firm cont...(Read more)
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