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James E. Boyd

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Copyright 2001 Pamela R. Roy
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Page Creation: July 3, 2001


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Cemetery Records for Baker, Lynch and Spencer Catholic Cemeteries

Rev. Frank E. Jindra
Pastor:  St. Mary's Church, Spencer, NE
              Assumption Church, Lynch, NE
Director:  Niobrara Valley House of Renewal, Lynch, NE

Please remember to specify which cemetery you are requesting information for.

The History Of Boyd County lists history of towns, how they got their names, early businesses, etc. Also lists school districts, early residents, teachers, location of schools and material used in school construction. This would be of help to anyone trying to establish the location of an ancestor plus give an insight into the lifestyle. The other books she has are composed of individual family histories, some pictures and history of the residents of Gregory County, SD. The families that wrote these histories can trace their roots back before the state line had been firmly established.

Contact: Loretta Roach

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