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Michigan School for the Deaf 1900 Census
Posted by: Karen Lynott (ID *****0300) Date: June 29, 2009 at 09:24:16
In Reply to: Michigan School for the Deaf 1900 Census by Mary Lanaville of 327

Could you please check for information regarding my gr-aunt, Ethel Arthurs - born approx 1893, died approx 1910 due to outbreak of tuberculosis at Flint school for the deaf. I do not know in what year she commenced attending the school. Also, our family does not know where she is buried - can you suggest names of any cemeteries in Flint? Thank you for your time. - Karen Lynott


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