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flag  Neidre Isabella  Smith

  (b. 23 October 1907Nashua, New Hampshire, USA   d. 3 January 2000Maynard, Massachusetts, USA )  

Neidre Isabella Smith was born 23 October 1907 in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA . Neidre Isabella Smith was the child of

She married  Harold Eldridge Justason 15 April 1929 in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Harold Eldridge Justason  was born 2 June 1906 in Beaver Harbor, New Brunswick, Canada .  He died 11 August 2001 in Maynard, Massachusetts, USA .  He was the son of Edward (Edwin) Justason and Alma G Eldridge.

Neidre Isabella Smith died 3 January 2000 in Maynard, Massachusetts, USA.


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Neidre Isabella Smith married flag Harold Eldridge Justason-- Date: 15 April 1929 Place: Waltham, Massachusetts, USA
Harold Eldridge Justason was the son of Edward (Edwin) Justason and Alma G Eldridge




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1929 Marriage / Partner
Neidre Isabella Smith and Harold Eldridge Justason 15 April 1929, Waltham, Massachusetts, USA

Death
3 January 2000
Maynard, Massachusetts, USA


Research Death
Glenwood Cemetery Maynard Middlesex County Massachusetts, USA Plot: Section 17-N Lot 218-E

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