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  • Rosemary Ermis
    TERRELL, Texas.-- Mrs. Julie Cernoch Toupal, 52, died in a Terrell hospital Thursday. Funeral services are pending at Anderson-Clayton Brothers Funeral Home.
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 22, 2011
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      TERRELL, Texas.-- Mrs. Julie Cernoch Toupal, 52, died in a Terrell hospital Thursday.  Funeral services are pending at Anderson-Clayton Brothers Funeral Home.
       
      Mrs. Toupal was born in Czechoslovakia and came to the United States and to Terrell at the age of nineteen.  She was a Catholic.
       
      Her survivors include her husband, Frank Toupal; six sons, Charles Cernoch of Dallas, Robert Cernoch and Rudolph Cernosh of Terrell, Frank Cernoch and Louis Cernosh of Terrell and Billy Cernoch of the United States Army in Germany; three daughters, Mrs. Olin Harwell of Irving, Miss Julie Ann Toupal and Miss Jeanie Fay Toupal of Terrell, and three brothers in Czechoslovakia.
       
      Dallas Morning News, December 18, 1953
       
      Submitted by Rosemary Ermis
    • Rosemary Ermis
      TERRELL, Texas.-- Mrs. Julie Cernoch Toupal, 52, died in a Terrell hospital Thursday. Funeral services are pending at Anderson-Clayton Brothers Funeral Home.
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 19, 2013
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        TERRELL, Texas.-- Mrs. Julie Cernoch Toupal, 52, died in a Terrell hospital Thursday.  Funeral services are pending at Anderson-Clayton Brothers Funeral Home.

         

        Mrs. Toupal was born in Czechoslovakia and came to the United States and to Terrell at the age of nineteen.  She was a Catholic.

         

        Her survivors include her husband, Frank Toupal; six sons, Charles Cernoch of Dallas, Robert Cernoch and Rudolph  Cernoch of Terrell, Frank Cernoch and Louis Cernoch of Terrell and Billy Cernoch of the United States Army in Germany; three daughters, Mrs. Olin Harwell of Irving, Miss Julie Ann Toupal and Miss Jeannie Fay Toupal of Terrell, and three brothers in Czechoslovakia.

                                                                                                                                                            

        Dallas Morning News, December 18, 1953

         

        Submitted by Rosemary ErmisB

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