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Featherston burial--does this sound reasonable?
Posted by: Patti Beattie (ID *****7125) Date: September 07, 2005 at 16:49:42
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My great grandfather, E.L.Featherston died in March of 1900 in Marietta, IT. The 1900 census shows my great grandmother and children living at 8S, R 3E, NW of Red River. Because they were,I imagine, not well off, I'm wondering if he was buried in the nearest cemetery, that being Love Cemetery located Section 9, R3 E, 8S. I understand this is an old cemetery and there was/is probably no gravestone. Is there the slim chance that my thinking is correct, and an even slimmer chance that there might be information on this burial? Does anyone out there agree or disagree with me? Please contact me.

P.S. Great grandmother died, along with two of the children, shortly after father died, and the surviving children were farmed out, not knowing about much about their parents.

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