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Nettie May Potter




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Wife Nettie May Potter

           Born: 1884
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           Died: 29 Sep 1957
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         Father: George W. Potter (1844-1928)
         Mother: Candace Lucinda Phillips (1848-1940)




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Arthur Benbrook Van Tine and Ona Ruth Potter




Husband Arthur Benbrook Van Tine 25,30




           Born: 13 Dec 1913 - , Raritan, Somerset, NJ 25
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           Died: 5 Dec 1981 - , Calgary, Alberta, Canada 25
         Buried:  - Queens Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
       Marriage: 24 Nov 1950 - , Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX

Noted events in his life were:
Alt Death, 5 Dec 1980 - , Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Social Security Death Index 25

ARTHUR VAN TINE
13 Dec 1913
Dec 1981
XX953 (U.S. Consulate: CANADA) (none specified)
523-18-5297 Colorado




Wife Ona Ruth Potter 25




            AKA: Van Tine
           Born: 14 Sep 1913 - , Sedalia, Pettis, MO 25
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           Died: 24 Sep 1997 - , Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX 25
         Buried:  - Laurel Land Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX


         Father: James Mitchell Potter (1876-1961)
         Mother: Ona Gertrude Kitts (Twin) (1882-1964) 2,3,4



Noted events in her life were:
Alt Birth, 14 Sep 1913 - , Clifton City, Cooper, MO

Occupation

teacher/lawyer

Obituary

Fort Worth: - Ruth P. Van Tine, 84, a retired teacher for the Fort Worth school district, died Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1997, at home.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Monday in the Chapel of the Chimes in Laurel Land Memorial Park. Burial: Laurel Land Memorial Park.

Ruth P. Van Tine was born Sept. 14, 1913, in Sedalia, Mo.

She had been a Fort Worth resident for 43 years and was a TCU and North Texas School of Law graduate. She had worked as a lease specialist for Gulf Oil Co. and the California Co. in New Orleans. She had taught at Bruce Shulkey Elementary School for seven years and was a volunteer for Harris Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Van Tine was an avid Cowboys fan.

Survivors: Sons, Maurice Van Tine of Fort Worth and Paul Van Tine of Seattle, Wash.; daughters, Grace Van Tine of Fort Worth and Carol Yocum [sic] of Salt Lake City, Utah; sister, Mary Kilchenstein of Midlothian; and four grandchildren.

Social Security Death Index 25, 24 Sep 1997

ONA R VANTINE
14 Sep 1913
24 Sep 1997 (V)
76109 (Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX) (none specified)
464-09-2077 Texas

Death Record 33, 24 Sep 1997 - , , Tarrant, TX

Van Tine Ona Ruth 09-24-1997 TARRANT F


Newspaper Articles, Est 1944 - , New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana

This is a very funny newspaper story featuring Ruth.


Noted events in their marriage were:
Divorce 35, 13 Feb 1970 - , Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX

Name: Arthur B Vantine
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1914
Age: 56
Spouse's Name: Ruth [Vantine]
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: abt 1914 Spouse's Age: 56 Divorce Date: 13 Feb 1970
Marriage Date: 24 Nov 1950
Number of Children: 3
County: Tarrant





Location of divorce was Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas
Spouse:Ona Ruth POTTER
Date:24 Nov 1950 Location:Fort Worth, Tarrant Co, Texas
Status:Divorced
End Date:Oct 1969
Notes:Location of divorce was Fort Worth, Tarrant Co, Texas
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Richard Potter




Husband Richard Potter

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           Died: After 1960
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         Father: Robert Allen Potter (1872-1960)
         Mother: Anna E. Miller (1880-1965)


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Ruth A. Potter




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Wife Ruth A. Potter

           Born: 2 Apr 1891
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           Died: 11 Nov 1952
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         Father: George W. Potter (1844-1928)
         Mother: Candace Lucinda Phillips (1848-1940)