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Hannah Marie Fetterman Kisner
May 29, 1887 - June 16, 1982

Odd Fellows Cemetery, Danville, PA

Hannah Marie Fetterman Kisner

Hannah Marie was the only child born to Sarah B. Rugh and R. Willard Fetterman of Danville Borough, Montour County, PA. She attended the Bloomsburg Normal School. The census for 1910 shows Marie living with her parents with the last name of Edmondson. In this census, it stated that she was married for two years with no children and working as a saleswoman in a dry goods store.

On June 19, 1912, she married a second time to Ralph Kisner, the only son of Mary A. Shoemaker and Henry W. Kisner; at this time, she was thirty-five years old. Ralph was a prominent attorney, and in 1912, he was elected solicitor for Montour County and the borough of Danville. No children were born of this marriage.

Even though he was not a veteran of World War I, Ralph registered for the WWI draft (Roll #1907345) on September 12, 1918, and at that time, he was forty years old, and he and Marie were living at 6 Mill Street in Danville. He was working for himself as an Attorney at Law. He was described as medium in height with brown eyes and black hair.

After the death of her husband in 1940, she continued living in in their residence at 106 West Market Street, Danville. She was Episcopalian in faith and was a member of Christ Episcopal Church in Danville. She passed away shortly after her ninety-fifth birthday. Ralph is not buried here with Marie.

Headstone documented May 29, 2004.