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World War I Soldier flag  Harvey Plummer  FATTIG

  (b. 26 April 1893, Nebraska, USA   d. October 1967Brady, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA )  

Harvey Plummer FATTIG was born 26 April 1893 in , Nebraska, USA. Harvey Plummer FATTIG was the child of Benjamin Harvey FATTIG and Nina Elizabeth PIERCE and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Jacob FATTIG and Mary WILTFONG (maternal)  Plummer Frederick PIERCE and Jane Ann WIER

He married  Edith May CHAPMAN .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Edith May CHAPMAN  was born 12 July 1897 in Riverton, Franklin, Nebraska, USA .  She died 14 November 1968 in McCook, Red Willow, Nebraska, USA .  She was the daughter of Charles CHAPMAN and Mary Anna GIBSON.

Harvey Plummer FATTIG died October 1967 in Brady, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA.
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Harvey Plummer FATTIG married flag Edith May CHAPMAN-- Place: 
Edith May CHAPMAN was the daughter of Charles CHAPMAN and Mary Anna GIBSON




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Loup Valley Cemetery Logan County Nebraska, USA
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