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HELP! Grave has been located flag male ancestor  John Layfayette  DION

  (b. 13 April 1859 Girard, Branch, Michigan, USA   d. 26 January 1955 Long Beach, California, USA )  

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John Layfayette DION was born 13 April 1859 in Girard, Branch, Michigan, USA. John Layfayette DION was the child of Mitchel Octave DION   and   Anna CHARTIER and the grandchild of: (maternal)  Antoine CHARTIER and Marie-Louise DECELLES

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John Layfayette  married  Nancy OLDHAM .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Nancy OLDHAM  was born 21 November 1868 in Kentucky, USA.  Nancy died 5 July 1965 in Long Beach, California, USA.  Nancy was the child of Clifton OLDHAM and Huldah F SCRIVNER.

John Layfayette DION died 26 January 1955 in Long Beach, California, USA.
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  • 1859 Birth
    13 April 1859
    Girard, Branch, Michigan, USA
  • 1897 Birth of Child
    John Ellis DION was born 15 October 1897, Long Beach, California, USA
  • John Layfayette DION
    Sunnyside Cemetery Long Beach Los Angeles County California, USA Plot: SE Magnolia, lot 46
  • 1955 Death
    26 January 1955
    Long Beach, California, USA

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Added: 9/15/2016 11:05:50 AM - Updated: 9/15/2016 2:26:06 PM

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