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Looking for cemetery in Lomita area, burial in 1868, Charles E. SCOTT or SCOTTI
Posted by: Jan Fenter (ID *****7098) Date: July 06, 2012 at 11:13:09
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I'm looking for a cemetery or possible burial location for a Charles E. SCOTT (surname also found spelled SCOTTI on some documents). Our family called him Eddie. I don't know if his remains were cremated or buried. What funeral director may have handled his service and burial if he died in Lomita in 1968?

California Death Index shows Charles died 10 December 1968 and that his mother's maiden name was DAVIS. The SSDI gives last residence as zip code for Lomita. He was born 12 March 1894.

What newspaper might have printed an obituary, death or funeral notice for him in 1968?

Charles lived in Oakland, Alameda County in 1935. He and his wife, Dolores Lela (birth name Lela May CAMPBELL), lived in the rural area of Concord, Contra Costa County in 1940. Dolores was killed, hit by an automobile, in October 1942. She may have been Charles' 1st or 2nd wife. Charles and Dolores didn't have any children that we know of. I don't know the names of his parents or siblings.

Thank you for your assistance.

Jan


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