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Margaret Rosemary Ann (Lancaster) Knight
Nov 23, 1926 - Nov 11, 2010
Submitted by Jo Aguirre


Margaret Rosemary Ann Lancaster was born on November 23, 1926, in Romford, Essex, England, to Adair (Polley) and William Henry Lancaster, and transitioned on November 11, 2010, to be with her Lord Jesus Christ.

Marge lived her teen years in London, during Hitler's bombing blitz of London. It was in London that Marge met her future husband, Kenneth ˜Fuzzy" Knight, who was serving his country in Europe with the 180th Infantry, 45th Division. Following the war Margaret sailed to America along with several hundred other brides, aboard a converted hospital ship, the USS Larkspur. Together, Marge and Kenneth raised five sons at Tishomingo and Sand Point. Following Kenneth's passing in 1982, Marge later married Robert Kuhlmeier. Following Robert's passing in 2004, Marge continued living at Sand Point until 2009 when she moved to Larkspur apartments in Durant. Marge took her oath becoming a U.S. Citizen in 1951 while Kenneth fought in Korea with the 45th Infantry. She worked at the old Bryan Memorial Hospital as an O.R. Technician for a number of years, then later transferred to the new hospital when it was completed and served as a licensed nurse.

Survivors include her sons, Steven, Michael, Louis, Barry and Kenneth, and their families; two sister and a brother; several cousins, nieces and nephews; eleven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Marge wanted to thank her family and many friends who showed their love and support throughout her life. 

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