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Smith buried in isner around the 1950's?
Posted by: william peale (ID *****9000) Date: April 11, 2003 at 10:50:39
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I am trying to locate the graves of my great grandparents who are supposedly buried in a cemetary in wisner. The only information that i have to go on is his name and that he is supposed to have died around the 1950's sometime in Texas and that his body was buried in wisner at a cemetary there. His name is John Curtis Smith. There should be a grave for his wife near it but last name may not be Smith as my mom says that she thinks the wife may have remarried shortly before her death but she is supposedly buried alongside John Curtis Smith. Any info you can give in locating this grave site would be most helpful in my researching of my roots. I recently found both my other great grandparents on this side buried in a cemetary in winnsboro area but have had no luck in locating this family member at all.

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