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There is a Breckenridge Cemetery in Marion Co., IA and I find the following
Row 1, Block 1, S-N #16
Titterington, Emaline, wf of John 3 Feb 1875-11 May 1908
Saville, Joseph 5 Jul 1851-20 Jan 1906; Stella 23 Mar 1881-2 Nov 1899
Blodgett, Sarah Jane, wfof Frank 18 Jul 1879-30 Jul 1904
Row 2, Block 1, Old Section #3
Saville, Ben, hus of Jane 22 Nov 1842-16 Mar 1907 Vet,
Row 1, Block 2, S-N #15
Saville, Sophia M., wf of Jsoeph 11 Jan 1892- 38y 7m 5d; Grace A., dau of J
& SM 24 Jul 1888 8m 29d
Row 2 N-S #3
Saville, John 28 Feb 1887 40y 11m 22d
This cemetery is close to the Mahaska and Marion Co. line.
It looks like these are your people.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Barbara Titherington" <titherington(a)bigpond.com>
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2007 10:58 PM
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> Would anyone have information about the family of Emaline Saville ? She
> was born in February 1875 and died 11th May 1906 in Marion County, Iowa, I
> think she may have been buried in Breckenridge Cemetery, Mahaska County,
> She was married to a John Titterington. Her parents were Joseph Savill and
> Sophia Aubrey, they died in Iowa as well.
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The only Pleasant Brown is the one listed as following:
Brown, Rachael Lowman, wf of Pleasant 1822-1909 - 87y in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
----- Original Message -----
From: CONNIE MINCY
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 11:04 PM
Subject: Marion County, Iowa Cemetery look-up
I am looking for my grgrgrgrandfather, Pleasant Brown. I have been unable to locate where in Marion County he is buried. I hope that you may have a record of this. He was born 5/1/1809 and died 10/3/1875 near Percy Iowa. His wife is buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, but unable to locate him there. Hope you can help.
Thank you in advance.