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Lester Elton MILLER
Berta Ellen DIXON
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Marriage:
Wife:  Berta Ellen "Bertie" DIXON
Birth:  24 Jul 1889, Holliday, Monroe Co., MO
Death:  8 Feb 1934, Columbia, Boone Co., MO
Disposition:  buried Bethel Cemetery, Holliday, Monroe Co., MO
Father:  Charles Harold DIXON
Mother:  Ida SWARTZ
Children:
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Find-a-Grave: Entries (patron submission(s); online at findagrave.com):
Name: L. Elton Miller Berta Ellen Dixon Miller
Birth: Jan. 28, 1882 Jul. 24, 1889, Holliday,
Monroe County, Missouri
Death: Apr. 26, 1950 Feb. 8, 1934, Columbia,
Boone County, Missoiur
Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Holliday,
Monroe County, Missouri
Bethel Cemetery, Holliday,
Monroe County, Missouri
Father:   Charles H. Dixon (1869-1935)
Mother: Ida Swartz Dixon (1871-1935)
Spouse: Berta Ellen Dixon Miller (1889-1934) L. Elton Miller (1882-1950)
Contributor: PShannon PShannon
Memorial #: 42231764 42232245

Find-a-Grave: Tombstone Images (patron submission(s); online at findagrave.com):
L E MILLER
JAN 28 1882
APR 26 1950
BERTA DIXON WIFE OF
L E MILLER
JULY 24 1889
FEB 8 1934
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