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Subj: Obits from Denison Newspaper
Can anyone give this person a good place to
find the info below?
Date: 6/1/03 2:21:19 PM US Mountain Standard Time
From: <A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">rboyte(a)softcom.net</A>
To: <A HREF="mailto:email@example.com">f3dback(a)aol.com</A>
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My name is Michelle Boyte, great granddaughter of William Flaherty who
resided in Crawford County for the better part of his life with his wife, Anna, and
I have a question regarding the obituaries of both William and Anna. I know
they were published in the Denison paper during that time (1917 and 1923). I
am making a trip to Lincoln, Nebraska later this month and plan to drive over
to Denison while I'm there. Where do I go to get a physical copy of these
obits? Are they maintained at the court house or a local newspaper?
Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Michelle (Flaherty) Boyte
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