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|Doud Farm Cemetery|
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This cemetery is wedged between the freeway and the off ramp. Located on Kings Graves Rd & Rt. 11. Not located near any town. A freeway was built right through the middle of the Doud Farm, all that remains is this tiny little cemetery.
The most recent update to this page was made on 27 Sept., 2010.
|Slifer, Elmo Leighton, son of John & Carrie Slifer, b. Feb. 13, 1895, died Nov. 28, 1907, aged 12 years 9 months 15 days|
|Doud, J. L., born June 11, 1839, died April 28, 1906; Evaline L., wife of John L. Doud, died Sept. 28, 1901, aged 62 years, Gone But Not Forgotten.|
|Doud, Celia D., dau. of John L. & Evaline Doud, died Nov. 29, 1863, aged 1yr 2mo & 14d [difficult to read from photo]|
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