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Re: Spicers and Samfords
Posted by: Sylvia Spicer Burns (ID *****9439) Date: February 10, 2008 at 23:50:32
In Reply to: Re: Spicers and Sanfords by Sylvia Burns of 977

Correction, The name of the cemetery in Lindsay, Ca. is the Olive Cemetery. My relatives that I found there are: my dad, Roy Spicer, my grandmother, Hattie Sue Samford Spicer, my aunt, Lillie E. Spicer Dodson, her husband, Guy Dodson and the Sam Spicer I told you about. His wife Mae is buried next to him. I had asked about my dad's sister, May Spicer and they showed me that grave, but Aunt May was supposed to have been married at one time to someone named Smith. I will have to check over all the names on the cemetery list that they gave me and see if I can find her listed on it somewhere. Do you only do look ups for Taylor Co., Texas?


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