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Hi, Can you tell me anything about Rebeca Jane Taylor Hunt's parents? She married Clark Benson Hunt shortly after he got out of the Civil War at the end. She was living there in Davis co. at the time. Do you have any records of them at all, I think his name was Alexandra and hers was Elizabetha Taylor. Do you know where they were buried and how many children they had?
Appreciate anything that you can give me. If there is a cost forward it on to me and I will pay you.
Thanks for you help
LeRoy 2x great grand son
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