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I would like to thank all those very nice people who went out of their way
to send me advice and information on how to find an exact death date for my
ancestor who is buried in Graceland Park Cemetery. I now have the info I
needed and will be able to get an obituary. With much appreciation - Ahlive
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Hello all -
Could someone please advise me to find the info I need - I found online on
the Find A Grave site online a listing for an ancestor of mine - it listed
Margaret H. Leveringhouse - died Feb. 1960 - buried in Graceland Park Cemetery,
Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. I would like to find the exact day of her
death/burial so that I might be able to find an obit. I cannot seem to find
anyone to contact who could give me this info. I did find a tel. no. at the
city department of parks where I got a recording and could not speak to
anyone. Is that where those records are kept? Any suggestions would be helpful -
thank you - Ahlive
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You might try calling Calvary Cemetary, Sioux City, (712) 255-7933
They do keep office hours and might be able to clue you in on how to contact
> Hello all -
> Could someone please advise me to find the info I need - I found online on
> the Find A Grave site online a listing for an ancestor of mine - it listed
> Margaret H. Leveringhouse - died Feb. 1960 - buried in Graceland Park Cemetery,
> Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. I would like to find the exact day of her
> death/burial so that I might be able to find an obit. I cannot seem to find
> anyone to contact who could give me this info. I did find a tel. no. at the
> city department of parks where I got a recording and could not speak to
> anyone. Is that where those records are kept? Any suggestions would be helpful -
> thank you - Ahlive
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