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Re: Where is Kester Clarence Perry Buried ?
Posted by: Andrea Hunting (ID *****1532) Date: March 26, 2013 at 22:33:24
In Reply to: Where is Kester Clarence Perry Buried ? by Nancy Cloutier of 14005

Hi, This is just a guess. He was last reported living in Arlington in Snohomish County, WA and there is a Arlington Cemetery on the Find A Grave site (www.findagrave). There are two Perry's listed but that doesn't mean there aren't more Perry's buried there. Those Perry's are:

Desta and William J Perry.

The other thing you can try that may take awhile to receive is trying to get an obituary from this site. It is a free service. Don't ask for more than one at a time and put time in between if you are looking for other people buried in WA.

If the site doesn't come up, Google ask a librarian washington Google and you should find it.

Death date is 31 Mar 1942 so I would think the obit if there is one would be within a week of that date.

His parents are:

Father Name:       Claude F. Perry
Mother Name:       Minnie B. Perry
Wife ? - Ethel Pettie - possibly died in Gig Harbor, WA
Children - Helen M - born about 1920-1921 - may have married a Donald LeRoy Johnson 9/1/1940 in Spokane or a Jerry E. Stanley 6/27/1970
Lona B (Blanche??) - born about late 1927 - early 1928 - possibly married a Robert McCoy Gardner 6//1/1946 in WA - Pierce County

Hope someone can find the obit for you or you do. Good luck!!!

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