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need help: after visit to lewis co & fleming co. still missing cemetary markers
Posted by: steven brown (ID *****0094) Date: December 22, 2010 at 21:26:27
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visited beautiful lewis and fleming county when it was warm and the trees were turning. my 80+ parents had a great time. they could get around and visit the family cemetaries i knew we would never find. they actually knew about where each was after 30+ years. still missing a lot of brown name markers. at mt carmel cem could not find john h brown 1850-1935 father. also eliza e dovenport(brown)wife are they some where else visited burtonville and mineer also. were they buried seperately. also maude v brown 1890-1964 at mt. carmel was she ever married. at mt carmel we saw marie dillion brown 1-1829to 7/1894. missing landon c brown civil war vet, 11/1825 to 7/1903. we went to ackley-mineer cem and my dad walked right up to where landon c brown was buried. he knew even with being quite senile.thanks for reading. any info would help. need parents of landon wood brown b.1901 and parents of landon c brown b.11/1825. thanks again.


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