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Re: [Genealogy Research Club] Palestine Tine Baughdue or Boughdue

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  • Paul Kurecka
    Ahoj Anne, Local newspapers by 1936 had somewhat descriptive obituraries, mentioning parents or at least a maiden name. If the gravestone does not have a
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      Ahoj Anne,

      Local newspapers by 1936 had somewhat descriptive obituraries, mentioning parents or at least a "maiden" name. If the gravestone does not have a death date (most have just the year), the cemetery office/sexton records should have it (and perhaps more).


      Pavel Kůrečka
      Scénář/Moravské potomek/Polskich potomek/Pommerschen nachkomme/Baden nachkomme



      --- On Sat, 9/29/12, Ann Ewbank <annewbank@...> wrote:

      > From: Ann Ewbank <annewbank@...>
      > Subject: [Genealogy Research Club] Palestine Tine Baughdue or Boughdue
      > To: genealogyresearchclub@yahoogroups.com
      > Date: Saturday, September 29, 2012, 3:30 PM
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      > I am looking for the parents and siblings of my
      > great grandmother. She was born 1958 in Tennessee, married
      > Wilson Lafayette Johnson, had 10 children and died in
      > Tennessee in 1936. She and her husband are buried together
      > at St. John's Cemetery in Willow Grove, Tennessee.
      > Can't find anything about her family.
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      > Thanks, Ann
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