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Martha Hazel-Mae (Cool)(Slater) Smith



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Cool Ancestors:


     (?) Kuhl - Gen 6 of the Cool Annex

     John Cool/Kuhl - Gen 5 of the Cool Annex

     Jonathan Cool - Gen 4 of the Cool Annex

     Truman J. Cool - Gen 3 of the Cool Annex

     Lorenzo Dow Cool - Gen 2 of the Cool Annex

     Martha Hazel-Mae (Cool) Slater - Gen 6 in America and Gen 1c of the Cool Annex

     Vincent Ellsworth Slater - Gen 7 in America

     Margaret Lee (Ellis) Slater - Gen 7


Patricia Anne (Slater) Nangle (1945 - 1969)

"Pat" "Patty"


Cool Generation 8

Descendant # 1.1


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1.  Pat’s parents: Vincent Ellsworth and Margaret Lee (Ellis) Slater



2.  Pat’s birth: 18 May 1945 in the US Air Force Regional Hospital, Coral Gables, Dade County, Florida.


Pat's death: (more info) 29 December 1969, age 24, at Wildwood, Sumter County, Florida from complications of fasting.  According to her father: "[Pat] had been fasting (to purify her blood) and carried it too far, causing her death.  Warren, her husband, was overcome with grief.  He called close personal friends Rob Roy & Loyce (Nipper) Swift, asking them to come and get Michael.  After they picked him up Warren proceeded to take his own life by hanging, leaving Michael Christopher an orphan.  Warren felt that he had caused Patricia's death by approving of her fasting.")


3.  Pat’s formal education:




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4.  Pat’s marriage:


a.  To whom: Warren Laylin Nangle (photos) (more info)


(1)  Warren’s parents: Joseph Charles and Eva Lucille (Bowers)(Woods) Nangle of Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.


(2)  Warren’s birth: 21 November 1934 at St. Clair Hospital, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio (10:20 AM).


Warren's death: 30 December 1969 (age 35) at Wildwood, Sumter County, Florida; took his own life by hanging.


(3)  Warren’s formal education:




School Name, Location, Diploma/Degree

St. Peters School, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio

Union Furnace High School, Logan, Ohio


Ohio State University; degree majoring in Mechanical Engineering


(4)  Warren’s addresses before & after marriage:







Resided with his parents at 2463 ˝ Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio



2426 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.



Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphan's Home (OSSOH), Xenia, Greene County, Ohio.  His father had died, and his mother was institutionalized for mental problems.  Admitted to OSSOH (age 10) on 5 October 1944 and assigned to Cottage 28.  Member of the OSSOH band.  Resided there only a short period of time (perhaps 6 months) when authorities of the institution felt they had to move Warren to alternative living arrangements off campus, because (according to a fellow resident of OSSOH who knew Warren) his studious/scholarly demeanor alienated/angered his cottage mates, resulting in their repeated physical abuse of him.  On one occasion he was hung outside an upper floor cottage window, screaming for help.   Warren was discharged from OSSOH on 10 June 1952.



(5)  Warren’s employment history:




Job, Location

Employed as a mechanical engineer in Florida.


(6)  Other biographical notes on Warren:


(a) In 1959 Ohio State University published the following 190-page paper authored by Warren: "A Study of the Internal Stress Distribution in a Confined Bulk Solid."


b.  Marriage date & location: July 1966 at Orlando, Orange County, Florida.


c.  Child:


(1. Michael Christopher (Nangle) Swift: Born 1967.


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