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Jen (#46852307)
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Bio Photo I have been researching my family tree and also my husbands since 2000. I find it very interesting and rewarding. I am greatful for the internet and the wonderful researchers near and far who have helped me hone in on my research skills. I love the new technology of digital cameras and love being able to help other researchers with my photos.
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Raymond Baker Lamb
Thanks to Dawn's note, I was able to find Raymond's plot, but I don't see a marker for him. The office did not have mention of a marker in their records. I will double check next time I am there. Would you want a photo of the plot even if there is no marker? He is buried in the same plot (G 86) as Isabell and __ Brawner.
Added by Sue on Sep 20, 2011 9:04 PM
Dawn Albrecht
raymond baker
i found this info for you hope it helps

Raymond Baker Lamb died in 1965 when he was 55 years old. He died at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City, Iowa. Raymond was a twin. His brother's name was Edward. Raymond was born Jan. 23, 1910 in Worden Il. He was the son of Austin and Hattie Zuella Willis Baker. Austin's sister, Della Baker Lamb and Andrew Lamb, raised Raymond Baker and he took the last name of Lamb.

He married Inez Eicher on July 14, 1933 in Algona, Iowa. To this union one daughter was born: Violet Baker Lamb. She married a Harris of Iowa City, Iowa.

I remember Uncle Raymond and his family came to visit Aunt Della and Uncle Oscar Heinemeier in Kincaid in 1941.

Raymond Baker Lamb is buried in Memory Gardens, Iowa City, Iowa.

-- LuElla Fern Burton Seiler McWilliams

i found this on web site
Added by Dawn Albrecht on Jul 26, 2011 12:29 AM

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