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Mary Adelle McDaniels Copeland
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Birth: Dec. 12, 1882
East Dorset
Bennington County
Vermont, USA
Death: Jun. 28, 1980
National City
San Diego County
California, USA

Born in East Dorset, Vermont to Thomas McDaniels and Ellen "Nellie" Sweet McDaniels who died of consumption when Mary was 2.
Mary moved to National City, CA in 1906 and lived with her uncle, Charles Sweet and his wife Hattie. She subsequently worked as the assistant post master, possibly postmaster, of National City by 1912 and married Charles Copeland in 1914. Mr. Copeland's mother was Mary Kimball Copeland whose family founded National City.

----A grave photo was requested and F.A.G. volunteer Kevin Brown investigated and reported that he searched the stated plot or section and could not find the grave. There are two Copeland' grave plots (Fred Copeland and a Charles W. Copeland). He checked with office and she is buried there, just that Mary doesn't have a grave stone.
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  Charles W Copeland (1876 - 1929)
La Vista Memorial Park
National City
San Diego County
California, USA
Created by: Rebecca Bromley-Guenther
Record added: Nov 03, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100114220
Mary Adelle <i>McDaniels</i> Copeland
Added by: Rebecca Bromley-Guenther
Mary Adelle <i>McDaniels</i> Copeland
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Added by: CJ Jackson
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I uncovered your marker the best I could. I regret that we never met. Your Copeland Family plot touches my heart and reminds me of our family plot in Alabama. My father had a space there and decided to stay here with us. Remembering you.
- Judy
 Added: Sep. 7, 2015
At grave site today I saw 4 markers that were buried. One was yours. It seems someone had worked to uncover your marker enough to see the name. When I can I will go back and clean it off more. You deserve to be remember. R.I.P.
- Judy
 Added: Sep. 6, 2015

- Judy
 Added: Sep. 6, 2015
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