Tammy Hamilton
B: 1958-05-28
D: 2015-11-25
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Hamilton, Tammy
Candace Pierce
B: 1964-03-03
D: 2015-11-18
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Pierce, Candace
Delma Trice
D: 2015-11-18
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Trice, Delma
Mary Nash
B: 1926-08-06
D: 2015-11-15
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Nash, Mary
Randy Rose
B: 1952-11-16
D: 2015-11-12
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Rose, Randy
Norman Green
B: 1931-10-01
D: 2015-11-10
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Green, Norman
Robert LaMay
B: 1971-12-28
D: 2015-11-04
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LaMay, Robert
Floyd McClelland
B: 1926-04-13
D: 2015-11-03
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McClelland, Floyd
Zara Tanner
B: 1922-08-03
D: 2015-11-01
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Tanner, Zara
Christopher Benson
B: 1986-02-07
D: 2015-10-27
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Benson, Christopher
Shirley Moore
B: 1936-09-28
D: 2015-10-23
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Moore, Shirley
Mary Crawford
B: 1916-09-09
D: 2015-10-21
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Crawford, Mary
Merri Ewing
B: 1973-01-06
D: 2015-10-18
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Ewing, Merri
William "Billy" Ewing
B: 1965-05-13
D: 2015-10-18
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Ewing, William "Billy"
Peggy Harper
B: 1934-10-13
D: 2015-10-11
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Harper, Peggy
Samuel Money
B: 1920-08-02
D: 2015-10-11
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Money, Samuel
Martha Giles
B: 1948-11-05
D: 2015-10-09
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Giles, Martha
Sarah Southern
B: 1943-10-14
D: 2015-10-06
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Southern, Sarah
Willie Stevens
B: 1924-04-27
D: 2015-10-04
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Stevens, Willie
Deborah Southern
B: 1969-06-12
D: 2015-10-01
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Southern, Deborah
Dorothy Wolfe
B: 1923-08-09
D: 2015-09-28
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Wolfe, Dorothy


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