"The Edward M. Naughtons of Detroit, Michigan":Information about Dorothy Marie Whipple
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Dorothy Marie Whipple (b. December 14, 1923, d. October 01, 2002)Dorothy Marie Whipple (daughter of Harry Haywood Whipple and Nora Haseline Etherington)124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129 was born December 14, 1923 in River Rouge, Wayne Co., Michigan130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, and died October 01, 2002 in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina.She married Edward Martin Naughton on September 20, 1941 in Ecorse, Wayne Co., Michigan136, 137, 138, 139, 140.
Notes for Dorothy Marie Whipple:
I am writing this on the eve of my mother's death.
As I am sitting here writing and thinking, I am thinking how much I love her and how much I have missed her, since she moved to North Carolina, and how much I will miss her even more.
I am thinking about the times of growing up and the trouble I use to cause, for not wanting to clean house or take care of my siblings.Then the good times during the summer when I use to get to go with my friends and not have to take any of my siblings, and when I use to go with Joe to his house or his grandparents and get a break.But most of all, getting to work at the nursing home with my mom.She taught me the right way for cleaning the nursing home: floors, bathrooms, and by that I mean using the floor scrubber, waxier.
When I got the chance to go into the kitchen to work, she stood behind me and told me to try it, and if I didn't like it I could go back out and work with her.Well I liked it and after awhile I went into being a nurse's aide, did that Till I got out of school, and married.
She did a lot of work outside the house, also did ironing for the church, and neighbor's, and she would also go to do housework for some of the nurse's from the nursing home.
My mom was alway's there to help whoever needed it, which we would have to help at home.My dad alway's worked so us kids were busy just like our parents.
I know I will always miss her and love her, she was one great mother, I know at times we would argue but I guess that is normal for girls to argue with their mother's but you always love them.
I also give my sister Eva a large amount of credit taking care of mom the way she did, sometimes I thought differently, but once I started thinking I knew she was doing a lot taking care of her, since I have been taking care of my husband since 1996, it takes a lot out of the person doing the caring.So Eva, that's for taking care of mom, and also thanks to your husband and children.Love you all.
Mom, I hope you are now resting easy, and I know that you are now with Dad, your mom and dad, along with the rest of your family.
My god keep you safe and happy.We will all miss you and love you forever.
See you when it comes our time.
Love your daughterMichalene.
More About Dorothy Marie Whipple:
Burial 1: October 04, 2002, Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina.
Burial 2: Fort Bragg Post Cemetery w/ Edward M. Naughton, Sr..
Died 2: Residence of Daughter Eva Jacobs.
Funeral Home: Reeves Funeral Home inHope Mills, N.C..
More About Dorothy Marie Whipple and Edward Martin Naughton:
Age @ Marriage 1: Edward was 21 years old.141
Age @ Marriage 2: Dorothy was 18 years old.141
Marriage 1: September 20, 1941, Ecorse, Wayne Co., Michigan.141, 142, 143, 144, 145
Marriage 2: City Hall of Ecorse.146
Marriage 3: January 03, 1951, Blessed at "The Most of the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church".146
Witnesses: January 1951, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Stucke.
Marriage Notes for Dorothy Marie Whipple and Edward Martin Naughton:
Rev. Peter J. Forbes, CSSR, Pastor is the priest that did the marriage blessing on January 3, 1951.
Children of Dorothy Marie Whipple and Edward Martin Naughton are:
- Edward Martin Naughton, Jr., b. September 16, 1950, Detroit, Wayne Co., Michigan147, 148, d. date unknown, Jackson, Michigan.