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Re: Found: Photo of Dingledine Child
Posted by: Irene Ihrig (ID *****5287) Date: September 05, 2006 at 17:17:57
In Reply to: Re: Found: Photo of Dingledine Child by deborah dingledine of 144

I read with interest your finding of a photo of Francis Dingledine. The person in question has to be of Francis Dingledine of Terre Haute, Ohio. She was born about 1915 or 16, to Homer and Esta Ireland Dingledine. She is married to Marvin Stevens and is living at 5803 Storms Creek Rd.,Urbana,Ohio 43078. She seems to be in excellent health for her age, as she and her husband travel back and forth to Florida to visit one of thier 4 children. She still drives herself around to do her shopping and they are both very actively involved in the Terre Haute United Methodist Church.
She had one sister, name I can't remember at this time, who died young.
Her father,Homer Dingledine was owner and founder of the Dingledine Trucking Company of Urbana, Ohio.
He and his wife Esta were killed in an auto accident in about 1967.
If you still have the picture in your posession I think Francis would love to hear from you.
You have my permission to give her my name as the source for this information. I have known her and her family all my life.
Irene Greer Ihrig

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