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|Woodie||RE: Mary Nancy Kimler Shidmantle|
Transferred the memorial to you, as I am not related.
Added by Woodie on Jul 25, 2015 7:47 PM
|Woodie||RE: Two entries for: SHIDMANTLE|
Memorial# 20660412 Mine entered 2007
Memorial# 52263950 Yours entered 2010
In reply to your question: There are two entries for MARY NANCY KIMLER BERGSTRESSER SHIDMANTLE in Oakwood Cemetery. Do you know how to fix this? D. H. Eddy
If you have corrections or further information for a memorial, you are to contact the owner of the memorial and ask them to make an update. You should not create a duplicate memorial. So I have added the information posted on your memorial. There is a conflict on the date of death. What is your reference showing she passed in Apr. 14, 1914?
Added by Woodie on May 31, 2015 12:47 PM
|Norman Dagen||duplicate memorials|
Find A Grave Memorial# 37340700
Find A Grave Memorial# 66763134
I do not know which is the correct memorial because I have not been to either. That said, I think you should resolve this with Diane Cole, who created the duplicate memorial. I sent a message to her about the duplicates.
|Rev. Edward F. Steiner||Mary Catherin Barnes|
Memorial #23531422 -
Mary Catherine's mother is my great aunt. I have worked extensively on her family (Heiny). The below is Mary Catherine's obituary.
(From "The Chattanooga Times Free Press," Thursday, June 7, 2001, page B4)
Mary Catherine Barnes died Tuesday, June 5, 2001, at St. Barnabas Nursing Home.
She graduated from Notre Dame School in 1935 and was retired from Sears in sales. In 1945 she received an award for the "most courteous sales person in the city of Chattanooga" from Ralph Edwards, NBC, in RCA Radio Building in New York City.
She is survived by her brother, Erhardt J. Barnes, and five nieces. Her grandfather, Erhardt J. Heiny, was Chattanooga police commissioner in 1895.
Parents were Louis Alston and Mary Regina Barnes. Predeceased brothers were Joseph Barnes and Louis Barnes, also Notre Dame School graduates.
She was a lifetime member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church and had lived at St. Barnabas Apartments for seven years.
Services will be at Turner Funeral Home on Dodds Avenue today at 1:30 p.m. with Father George Schmidt officiating.
Visitation will be one hour before the service. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
|Rev. Edward F. Steiner||Mother of Louis Alston Barnes|
David, if you would like to attach Louis' mother to his Find-a-Grave Memorial, her memorial # is Find A Grave Memorial #73121418. His mother, Mary Regina Heiny, married a second time to Henry John Steinman sometime after 1930. She is buried in my great grandfather's lot (Edward Francis Steiner) in Mount Olivet. Mary Regina is my great-great aunt.