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Hedrick in Hoyt Cemetery
Posted by: Kay Winter (ID *****4431) Date: November 15, 2003 at 07:58:51
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I have information on a David Myers Hedrick that is buried in Hoyt Cemetery
in Jackson Co. I am suspicious that David Myers is not his correct name
as I have the same given name to a Hedrick who is buried in California. This information says he died 7 Nov. 1892 and his wife's name was Matilda. In fact, the information I have shows he married twice, both of his wives
were name Matilda. Has this cemetery been inventoried or does anyone know
of this Hedrick? I realize some families gave the same name to two
children after one died, etc., but it appears the older David Myers outlived
this one. I'm trying to correct the information I have. Perhaps someone
has researched this family or someone has information on the Hedrick tombstones in Hoyt Cemetery. I would appreciate hearing from you.



Kay Winter



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