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Josephine Berlot, Linwood Cemetery 1919
Posted by: M. Gordon (ID *****6976) Date: February 03, 2008 at 13:41:08
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G-grandmother is buried, according to her death certificate, in Blaine--to my knowledge, that leaves Linwood as the cemetery. No one's found an obit, no luck calling the cemetery (never an answer)--but I do want to know if she was buried there. Her name was Josephine Berlot (nee Strojin) and she died in mid-August of 1919 in Colerain, I believe. She was born in 1900 or so in Slovenia. Cause of death was suicide, so the family's hushed it up a bit. We just want to make sure she has the decency of a grave marker. Any ideas on how to go about this from about 2000 miles away? Thanks!

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