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Re: A truly lost Musgrave
Posted by: Linda Talkington (ID *****0083) Date: June 05, 2005 at 09:57:14
In Reply to: A truly lost Musgrave by Debby Morrow of 65430

Hi Debby,

I have emailed the 1930 census image to you. Dewey and Ola Fay (Brown) Musgrave were living with Dewey's uncle and aunt (Francis M. and Alice Brock) in Marshall County, Oklahoma.

Elvoy Musgrave later married Susan Karen Robertson and they had a son, Randall Phillip Musgrave, b. 25 Nov 1958 in Travis County, TX.

Randall Phillip Musgrave died 7 July 1992 in San Francisco, CA: Soc. Sec. # 557-04-1494

Regards,

Linda
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