As I mentioned in the EMAIL to you, both were garbled and I couldn't read what you sent.
I'm going to drive through LeRoy today (on my way to Sterling to drop off son for college). Going to stop at the LeRoy Cemetery where my great grandmother (Eliza Biles) is buried (Frank Biles wife previous to Margaret Biles).
I'm thinking Frank might be buried in LeRoy, near my great-grandmother...not really sure, as family lore has my grandfather coming to Iola to stay with Frank for a few weeks prior to his death and then him (grandfather) burying him. My grandfather would have been in Iola at the time of Margaret's death, but, because there was no love-loss between the two, not sure if he would have taken care of burial for her.
If you can resend what you tried to send the other day, it would be greatly appreciated.
: Thanks! I'll do some looking when I'm in
: the area.
: If you have the death notices scanned, I
: would love a copy. I can then send a copy
: to my Mom and Dad.
: Again, appreciate the info and your
: --Previous Message--
: From the book, Deaths of Allen County from
: City Hall Records, 1895 - 1941
: Frank L Biles age 70 died 08 Jan 1927 buried
: at Le Roy, cause of death Cert. Hemorrhage
: Margaret R Biles age 75 died 17 Jan 1927,
: buried Highland cause of death Peritinotits.
: She is not listed in the Highland cemetery
: I have copies of their death notices if you
: haven't got them yet.
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