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James was 19 on the 1880 US census in Michigan. A family letter states he
came back from Iowa for his brother's funeral sometime in the early part of
Is someone researching this surname in Iowa perhaps or have a referral/recommedation?
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Before you head to the "Land of many Lakes" would you, if you
have the time, see if in your cemetery records any Alexander's
or Kilgore's are buried in Mills Co. I think Bill got the
records on the Douglass'. If you are stretched for time we
will get it later.
Searching: Kilgore, Alexander, Boone, Lassley
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