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Re: Burial sites of WW I vets Lem Liles & Mont Hartsell
Posted by: SHELLEY CARSON (ID *****3804) Date: March 31, 2009 at 12:05:03
In Reply to: Re: Burial sites of WW I vets Lem Liles & Mont Hartsell by max Brown of 836

A sincere thanks for the information on the two servicemen. I can't find any of the Hartsell family posted in the 1980 Cross Timbers Genealogy book dealing with surveys of the Rosston Cemetery. Is there a specific source you recommend for the Rosston cemetery?.....and is there any information as to whether or not there is a headstone at the Rosston location? This has to do with an identification
project. Markers are in route for two other World War I casualties without a marker of any kind on their graves
via the Veterans Services Office.
Thanks again for the information.


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