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Re: Catholic Church in Cameron Parish
Posted by: Pat ALMQUIST (ID *****6917) Date: September 21, 2011 at 06:07:39
In Reply to: Re: Catholic Church in Cameron Parish by Sandra Stephens of 18908

Sandra, this is what has me stumped. He is buried in the Granger Cemetery just south of Orangefield. I have been there and have a picture of his headstone. Yet genealogical research done by someome who is a very conscientious researcher shows his birth date as 1880.

Really doesn't make a hill of beans, but he WAS my grandfather who died two years before I was born, so I never knew him.

In fact, there are two grave markers there. A tall, slender one that was his original marker, then a smaller, wider one that was placed at his and my grandmother's graves after she died.

Thank you so much for your interest.

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