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Re: Influenza of 1918 in Ottawa County?
Posted by: Jean Jarvis (ID *****7418) Date: November 01, 2005 at 19:41:50
In Reply to: Influenza of 1918 in Ottawa County? by Nancy Holmes Simpson of 962

I grew up in Afton; my parents and maternal grandparents are buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery in Afton, and my grandfather's parents and one sister are buried at Sixkiller Cemetery, which is a short distance from Afton, but in Delaware County. Sixkiller is pretty thoroughly listed; that might be helpful.

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