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Prevo Burials in Idaho
Posted by: Dennis McIndoo (ID *****1931) Date: March 01, 2006 at 16:44:01
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I am on a project of taking photos of headstones here in Canyon County, Idaho. The name Prevo isn't a very common name and so did a little research but didn't really find a lot. I did find a couple of the names on the FamilySearch website but didn't show burials so thought I would pass these along and let you know that I have free headstone phots for those that wish to have them. The names I have are as follows

Prevo, Andrew Watson 1856-1928
Prevo, Hubert Mort 1878-1953
Prevo, Lela Blanche Greenfield 1882-1949
Prevo, May 1879-1940
Prevo, William Meade 1880-1951

These were all in the Canyon Hill Cemetery, Caldwell, Canyon County. You can also visit my headstone website at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~holton/cempics/headstones.htm

Did a little more searching and have found that William Meade Prevo and Hubert Mort Prevo are sons of Andrew Watson Prevo.
Andrew Watson Prevo's parents appear to be Asa Prevo and Mary Coppess Prevo
Asa Prevo's parents appear to be Malachi and Nancy Comer Prevo. Hope this will help someone


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