Juliana Noel1

ID #43221, (1672-1750)

Biography

  • Last Edited: 30 Sep 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S6178] Gary Boyd, Christopher C Child Roberts, "The Shared Ancestry of (Rachel) Meghan Markle & Prince Harry", American Ancestors 2017, article on website of NEHGS www.americanancestors.org.
  2. [S1060] Leo van de Pas, family web site titled "Genealogics - Leo Van de Pas", http://www.genealogics.org, viewed Sep 2018.

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Lady Jane Seymour1

ID #43222, (1637-1679)

Family: Charles Boyle Viscount Dungarvan b. s 1639, d. 12 Oct 1694

Biography

  • Last Edited: 30 Sep 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S6178] Gary Boyd, Christopher C Child Roberts, "The Shared Ancestry of (Rachel) Meghan Markle & Prince Harry", American Ancestors 2017, article on website of NEHGS www.americanancestors.org.
  2. [S1060] Leo van de Pas, family web site titled "Genealogics - Leo Van de Pas", http://www.genealogics.org, viewed Sep 2018.

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Charles Boyle Viscount Dungarvan1

ID #43223, (s 1639-1694)

Family: Lady Jane Seymour b. 6 Jul 1637, d. 23 Nov 1679

Biography

  • Last Edited: 30 Sep 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S6178] Gary Boyd, Christopher C Child Roberts, "The Shared Ancestry of (Rachel) Meghan Markle & Prince Harry", American Ancestors 2017, article on website of NEHGS www.americanancestors.org.
  2. [S1060] Leo van de Pas, family web site titled "Genealogics - Leo Van de Pas", http://www.genealogics.org, viewed Sep 2018.

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William Seymour, 2nd Duke of Somerset1

ID #43224, (1587-1660)

William Seymour, 2nd Duke of Somerset
1587-1660

Family: Lady Frances Devereaux b. Nov 1599, d. 24 Apr 1674

Biography

  • William Seymour, 2nd Duke of Somerset was born on 1 Sep 1587.2
  • When William was 15 Lady Arabella Stuart (a cousin of King James I and in line to the throne) fell in love with him - she was 27 years old. The King forbid a marriage; they obeyed. The King did not like the union of two potential Tudor pretenders to the throne who were 4th & 6th in line, would be a threat. 7 years later they renewed their love and married on 22 Jun 1610 in Greenwich Palace. Because they married secretly without his consent the King put William in the Tower of London & Lady Arabella in Lambeth. They planned to escape - Lady Arabella dressed like a man but was caught and put in the Tower. William succeeded & went to the continent looking for his wife. They never saw each other again. She died in the Tower, after going insane. He was allowed to return to England.2
  • He married Lady Frances Devereaux on Friday, 3 Mar 1617 in Drayton Basset, Staffordshire, England.1,2
  • William Seymour, 2nd Duke of Somerset was a Chancellor of the University of Oxford 1643-1647 and again in 1660. This was the scholarly life.2
  • He died on 24 Oct 1660 at Essex House, the Strand in London, England, at age 73.2
  • Last Edited: 30 Sep 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S6178] Gary Boyd, Christopher C Child Roberts, "The Shared Ancestry of (Rachel) Meghan Markle & Prince Harry", American Ancestors 2017, article on website of NEHGS www.americanancestors.org.
  2. [S1060] Leo van de Pas, family web site titled "Genealogics - Leo Van de Pas", http://www.genealogics.org, viewed Sep 2018.

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Lady Frances Devereaux1

ID #43225, (1599-1674)

Lady Frances Devereaux
1599-1674

Family: William Seymour, 2nd Duke of Somerset b. 1 Sep 1587, d. 24 Oct 1660

Biography

  • Last Edited: 30 Sep 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S6178] Gary Boyd, Christopher C Child Roberts, "The Shared Ancestry of (Rachel) Meghan Markle & Prince Harry", American Ancestors 2017, article on website of NEHGS www.americanancestors.org.
  2. [S1060] Leo van de Pas, family web site titled "Genealogics - Leo Van de Pas", http://www.genealogics.org, viewed Sep 2018.

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Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp1

ID #43226, (1561-1612)

Family: Honora Rogers b. s 1565, d. a 28 Feb 1608

Biography

  • Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp was born on 24 Sep 1561, in London, England, at The Tower of London.2
  • His mother, Lady Catherine Gray, was imprisoned in the Tower of London by Queen Elizabeth I - his mother had secretly married his father Edward Seymour. The living conditions were quite bad in the hopes either Lady Catherine Gray would die or miscarry.3
  • He married Honora Rogers b 1 Jul 1582.1,2
  • By 1603 Edward was the senior qualified heir to the throne under the will of King Henry VIII, who said the elder line of Stuarts should be passed over in favor of the younger line, the king's favorite sister. In spite of Henry VIII's wishes, the kingship did pass to the elder line.3
  • Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp died on 21 Jul 1612 at age 50.3
  • Last Edited: 1 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S6178] Gary Boyd, Christopher C Child Roberts, "The Shared Ancestry of (Rachel) Meghan Markle & Prince Harry", American Ancestors 2017, article on website of NEHGS www.americanancestors.org.
  2. [S1060] Leo van de Pas, family web site titled "Genealogics - Leo Van de Pas", http://www.genealogics.org, viewed Oct 2018.
  3. [S317] Wikipedia, On-line database of general knowledge contributed by the public www.en.wikipedia.org, name= Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp, viewed Oct 2018.

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Honora Rogers1

ID #43227, (s 1565-a 1608)

Family: Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp b. 24 Sep 1561, d. 21 Jul 1612

Biography

  • Last Edited: 1 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S6178] Gary Boyd, Christopher C Child Roberts, "The Shared Ancestry of (Rachel) Meghan Markle & Prince Harry", American Ancestors 2017, article on website of NEHGS www.americanancestors.org.
  2. [S204] Assumption of Researcher LSR.
  3. [S1060] Leo van de Pas, family web site titled "Genealogics - Leo Van de Pas", http://www.genealogics.org, viewed Oct 2018.

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If I don't know a female last name she will be identified with a 'Mrs' and her husband's name.


Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford1

ID #43228, (1537-1621)

Family: Lady Catherine Grey b. 25 Aug 1540, d. 26 Jan 1568

Biography

  • Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford was born on 12 Oct 1537, in Wiltshire, England, at Wolf Hall.2
  • He married Lady Catherine Grey in Nov 1560 in Canon Row, Westminster, England.1,2
  • They were married in secret, without Queen Elizabeth's premission, only Lady Jane Seymour (Edward's sister) present. There was a document; Catherine lost it. Lady Jane Seymour died of TB in 1561 and Lady Catherine was unable to prove the marriage.3
  • Queen Elizabeth sent Edward, Lord Hertford on a grand tour of Europe for the 'improvement of their education'. Catherine concealed her marriage and pregnancy from everyone until August - she was 8 months pregnant. Queen Elizabeth was very angry at her cousin marrying (political reasons - she was 2 or 3 or 4 in line for the throne). She put Lady Catherine in the Tower of London and put Edward Lord Hertford her husband in the Tower when he returned from his travels. The two were able to meet - while imprisoned Lady Catherine gave birth to 2 sons.3
  • 1562 their marriage was annulled and they were censured as fornicators for 'carnal copulation' by the Archbiship of Canterbury. This made the 2 boys illegitimate and therefor ineligible as successors to the throne.3
  • Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford died on 6 Apr 1621 in Netley, Hampshire, England, at age 83.2
  • Last Edited: 2 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S6178] Gary Boyd, Christopher C Child Roberts, "The Shared Ancestry of (Rachel) Meghan Markle & Prince Harry", American Ancestors 2017, article on website of NEHGS www.americanancestors.org.
  2. [S1060] Leo van de Pas, family web site titled "Genealogics - Leo Van de Pas", http://www.genealogics.org, viewed Oct 2018.
  3. [S317] Wikipedia, On-line database of general knowledge contributed by the public www.en.wikipedia.org, name= Lady Katherine Grey, viewed Oct 2018.

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Lady Catherine Grey1

ID #43229, (1540-1568)

Lady Catherine Grey
Katherine Seymour, Countess of Hertford
1540-1568

Family: Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford b. 12 Oct 1537, d. 6 Apr 1621

Biography

  • Lady Catherine Grey was born on 25 Aug 1540, in England.2
  • Father: Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, 3rd Marquess of Dorset (b 17 Jan 1517) - Mother: Lady Frances Brandon (b 16 Jul 1517.)3
  • 25 May 1553 Lady Catherine married Henry, Lord Herbert, heir apparent to William Herbert 1st Earl of Pembroke. At the same time her older sister Lady Jane married Lord Guildford Dudley. Upon the death of King Edward VI (6 Jul 1553) Lady Jane became Queen for 9 days. She lost the popular support (it was political and had to do with religion, the Scottish Catholic faction). Lady Jane & her father were executed in Feb 1554. Meanwhile Lord Pembroke wanted to distance himself from the Grey family & had the marriage of his son annulled.2
  • She married Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford, son of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset and Anne Stanhope, in Nov 1560 in Canon Row, Westminster, England.1,3
  • They were married in secret, without Queen Elizabeth's premission, only Lady Jane Seymour (Edward's sister) present. There was a document; Catherine lost it. Lady Jane Seymour died of TB in 1561 and Lady Catherine was unable to prove the marriage.2
  • Queen Elizabeth sent Edward, Lord Hertford on a grand tour of Europe for the 'improvement of their education'. Catherine concealed her marriage and pregnancy from everyone until August - she was 8 months pregnant. Queen Elizabeth was very angry at her cousin marrying (political reasons - she was 2 or 3 or 4 in line for the throne). She put Lady Catherine in the Tower of London and put Edward Lord Hertford her husband in the Tower when he returned from his travels. The two were able to meet - while imprisoned Lady Catherine gave birth to 2 sons.2
  • 1562 their marriage was annulled and they were censured as fornicators for 'carnal copulation' by the Archbiship of Canterbury. This made the 2 boys illegitimate and therefor ineligible as successors to the throne.2
  • Lady Catherine was never free again, she moved from house to house in the custody of various people.2
  • Lady Catherine Grey died on 26 Jan 1568 at Cockfield Hall in Yoxford, Suffolk, England, at age 27.2
  • The cause of her death was consumption.2
  • (an unknown value.)4

    Tudor of the Month: Katherine Grey

    Together with Tudor Times we profile a different figure every month. Here, Melita Thomas tackles Lady Katherine Grey, a woman imprisoned by her royal blood.


    Lady Katherine Grey’s story is one of the saddest among many tragic tales of Tudor women. Katherine was the grand-daughter of Henry VIII’s younger sister, Mary. While not as intellectually gifted as her older sister Jane, Katherine benefited from a fashionable Humanist education and learnt Latin and Greek as well as the usual accomplishments of French and music. The other fashion the Greys followed was in religion. Her father was one of the most committed followers of the Reformed faith, and his daughters were brought up in it.

    In 1547, King Henry died. His Will bequeathed the throne first to his legitimate son, now Edward VI, then his daughters Mary and Elizabeth. If these three died without heirs, Katherine’s older sister was to succeed, followed by Katherine herself. Only seven years old at the time, she probably didn’t understand any of this, but by passing over a more senior branch of the family, descended from his elder sister, Henry had raised the value of the Grey sisters, and at the same time, made them dangerous to his daughters.

    Edward VI’s reign was short, and, when it became apparent that he would not beget an heir, his councillors scurried to improve their status by marrying the Grey sisters to their sons. Lady Jane was married to Guilford Dudley, son of the Duke of Northumberland, and Katherine, although only 12, to the son of the Earl of Pembroke. As the young king was dying, he tried to change the succession to bypass his Catholic sister Mary, and settle the crown on the firmly Protestant Jane. Alas for the Grey family, Jane was queen for less than two weeks before Mary triumphed and dispatched her to the Tower.


    Queen Mary had always been close to Katherine’s mother, so neither she nor her two younger daughters were punished, although the Earl of Pembroke swiftly had Katherine’s marriage dissolved. Following further rebellion, Katherine’s father and sister were executed but Katherine, by then 14, was given a place of honour in the Queen’s Privy Chamber, where her status entitled her to a gentlewoman to carry her train. Sometime in 1558, Katherine met Edward Seymour, nephew of Henry VIII’s third wife, Jane. He and Katherine fell in love, but before she could ask for consent to marry, Queen Mary died.

    The new queen, Elizabeth I, neither liked Katherine personally, nor, politically, did she want to show honour to a possible heir. Katherine was demoted in the palace hierarchy. Plots began to form around her – the Spanish talked of kidnapping her and the Scottish regent suggested a match with his son. Katherine wanted only to marry Seymour, now Earl of Hertford. After a year of surreptitious meetings, the two were secretly married.

    Shortly after, Hertford was obliged to go abroad on government business. While he was away, Katherine discovered she was pregnant. She eventually confessed her dark secret to Elizabeth’s favourite, Robert Dudley, begging him to intercede for her. Elizabeth was incandescent with rage. While she herself was still debating marriage, the last thing she needed was a young, Protestant, mother-of-a-son waiting for her to die. Katherine was clapped in the Tower of London, and Hertford recalled to join her – although not in the same apartments. They were to be kept strictly apart. An investigation into their marriage deemed it illegal, but they were not released. Even their gaolers had sympathy for the couple and turned a blind eye to two meetings, which resulted in another pregnancy. Elizabeth’s rage knew no bounds and Hertford was fined £15,000 for “deflowering a royal virgin”.

    Katherine remained languishing in the Tower. In 1563, to escape plague, she was sent to a country house in Essex while Hertford and their eldest son remained confined in London. Over the next five years Katherine was moved to a succession of houses, with different custodians. She continued to plead with Elizabeth for mercy, but it was refused. Finally, Katherine gave into despair which fatally damaged her health. She died, aged only 28. Hertford survived her by more than 50 years, but they were finally reunited when their grandson had her remains moved to lie beside his in Salisbury Cathedral.

    For more on Lady Katherine Grey visit the Tudor Times.
  • Last Edited: 1 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S6178] Gary Boyd, Christopher C Child Roberts, "The Shared Ancestry of (Rachel) Meghan Markle & Prince Harry", American Ancestors 2017, article on website of NEHGS www.americanancestors.org.
  2. [S317] Wikipedia, On-line database of general knowledge contributed by the public www.en.wikipedia.org, name= Lady Katherine Grey, viewed Oct 2018.
  3. [S1060] Leo van de Pas, family web site titled "Genealogics - Leo Van de Pas", http://www.genealogics.org, viewed Oct 2018.
  4. [S6215] Sally and Melita Thomas Hales, "Tudor of the Month: Katherine Grey", The official Magazine Britain , a tourist magazine focusing on history, London, the royals and the tudors www.britain-magazine.com viewed Oct 2018 (unknown date on magazine/web site).

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Thomas Seymour1

ID #43230, (1562/63-1600)

Biography

  • Thomas Seymour was born in 1562/63, in London, England, at Tower of London.1
  • He died on 8 Aug 1600.1
  • Last Edited: 1 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S317] Wikipedia, On-line database of general knowledge contributed by the public www.en.wikipedia.org, name= Lady Katherine Grey, viewed Oct 2018.

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Myrtle Carrie Vanworner1

ID #43231, (1886-1945)

Family: Rollie L Cummings b. 16 May 1885, d. 8 Dec 1967

Biography

  • Last Edited: 3 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S4466] Terri Dunklee Sautter, family tree titled "Sautter Family Tree", published by Ancestry.com, www.ancestry.com, from database named 8861483, viewed Oct 2018.
  2. [S6216] 1940 US Federal Census, Alisal, Monterey County, California, digital image Ancestry; National Archives micropublication, Rollie Cummings head of household, roll M-T0627_00267, enumeration district 27-9A, page 16A.
  3. [S204] Assumption of Researcher LSR.

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Faye LaRocco1

ID #43236, (1948-2009)

Faye LaRocco Sharpe
1948-2009

Family: John Rich Sharpe b. 6 May 1945, d. 4 Feb 2010

Biography

  • Faye LaRocco was born on 2 Jun 1948, in Montpelier, Idaho.2
  • She married John Rich Sharpe on Thursday, 28 Dec 1967 in Montpelier, Idaho.2
  • Faye LaRocco was a a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.2
  • In 1969 Faye and John moved to Denver, Colorado.3
  • In Colorado she opened a floral shop and mail center.2
  • Faye LaRocco died on 6 Jul 2009 in Montpelier, Idaho, at age 61.2
  • She was buried at the Wardboro Cemetery in Wardboro, Idaho.2
  • An obituary was published in the Idaho State Journal, on 8 Jul 2009.2

    Idaho State Journal, 07/08/09


    MONTPELIER - Faye LaRocco Sharpe, 61, passed away on July 6, 2009, at Bear Lake Memorial Hospital, surrounded by her family. Faye was born on June 2, 1948, in Montpelier, Idaho, to Cecil and Lula Dimick LaRocco. Faye attended schools in Bear Lake and graduated from Montpelier High School. She participated in the Miss Bear Lake Pageant, and was also the drill master for the Pepettes.
    Faye married John Sharpe on December 28, 1967, in Montpelier, Idaho. To this union was born two daughters Stephanie, and Natalie.
    Faye moved to Colorado and opened a floral shop and mail center. She was always able to extend her passion for creativity and business, and success followed her.
    Faye was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She loved being outdoors, and enjoyed camping with friends and family. She also loved to shop and play games.
    Faye is survived by her husband, John Sharpe; daughters, Stephanie Sharpe, and Natalie Sharpe; and two grandsons, Travis J. Harlan, and Jacob C. Hanover. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother, and sister.
    Funeral services will be held on Friday, July 10, 2009, at noon at Matthews Mortuary in Montpelier, Idaho. Friends may call prior to services from 10 to 11:45 a.m., also at the mortuary. Interment will be in the Wardboro Cemetery.
  • Last Edited: 7 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S3704] Find A Grave: Wardboro Cemetery, Wardboro, Idaho, Lula Dimick LaRocco, created by Lisa Olorenshaw, added Nov 2008, memorial number 31195562.
  2. [S3704] Find A Grave: Wardboro Cemetery, Wardboro, Idaho, Faye LaRocco Sharpe, created by In Memory of Margo & Jens, added Jan 2011, memorial number 63607714.
  3. [S2428] Find A Grave: Montpelier City Cemetery, Montpelier, Idaho, John Rich Sharpe, created by In Memory of Margo & Jens, added Jan 2011, memorial number 63607685.

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John Rich Sharpe1

ID #43237, (1945-2010)

John Rich Sharpe
1945-2010

Family: Faye LaRocco b. 2 Jun 1948, d. 6 Jul 2009

Biography

  • John Rich Sharpe was born on 6 May 1945, in Montpelier, Idaho.2
  • Father: Charles Tennyson Sharpe (b 1911) - Mother: Gwendolyn Rich (b 1915.)2
  • He graduated from Idaho State University in 1967 with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration.2
  • He married Faye LaRocco, daughter of Cecil Cook LaRocco and Lula Dimick, on Thursday, 28 Dec 1967 in Montpelier, Idaho.3
  • In 1969 John and Faye moved to Denver, Colorado.2
  • John Rich Sharpe was employed by Ford Motor Company as an executive.2
  • He died on 4 Feb 2010 in Davis County, Utah, at age 64.2
  • The cause of his death was complications from a car accident.2
  • He was buried at the Montpelier City Cemetery in Montpelier, Idaho.2
  • A notice was published.2

    John Rich Sharpe

    John Rich Sharpe, 64, passed away Feb. 4, 2010, at Davis County Hosital, due to complications of an automobile accident.
    He was born to Tennyson and Gwen Rich Sharpe on May 6, 1945 in Montpelier. He was the middle of three children.
    John attended Montpelier schools, and graduated from Montpelier High in 1963. During high school he competed in track. John worked for his Uncle, Keith Rich, at the Ford Motor garage all during high school.
    After graduating, John went on to college at Idaho State University, graduating in 1967 with a Bachelors Degree on Business Administration. He also was in the army reserves after high school.
    On, Dec. 28, 1967 John married Faye Lajune LaRocco, and to this union two daughters were born, Stephanie and Natalie.
    In 1969 John and Faye moved to Denver, where he spent 30 years working for the Ford Motor Company as an executive. He maintained and watched over all the Ford dealerships in nine states.
    John loved the outdoors, camping, fishing, and hunting. In his younger years he also enjoyed horseback riding. Through out his life he never lost his love of working on cars.
    John is survived by his daughters, Stephanie L. Sharpe and Natalie Sharpe. Two grandsons Travis J. Harlan and Jacob C Hanover. He was proceded in death by his wife, Faye Lajune LaRocco; parents, Tennyson and Gwen Sharpe; brother, Brian Sharpe and sister, Barbara Zinkevics.
    Funeral services will be held Saturday, Feb. 13 at noon in the Montpelier LDS Fourth Ward Church on 485 South Seventh Street in Montpelier. Friends may call prior to services from 10 to 11:45 a.m. at the church. Interment will be in the Montpelier Cemetery.
  • Last Edited: 7 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S3704] Find A Grave: Wardboro Cemetery, Wardboro, Idaho, Lula Dimick LaRocco, created by Lisa Olorenshaw, added Nov 2008, memorial number 31195562.
  2. [S2428] Find A Grave: Montpelier City Cemetery, Montpelier, Idaho, John Rich Sharpe, created by In Memory of Margo & Jens, added Jan 2011, memorial number 63607685.
  3. [S3704] Find A Grave: Wardboro Cemetery, Wardboro, Idaho, Faye LaRocco Sharpe, created by In Memory of Margo & Jens, added Jan 2011, memorial number 63607714.

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Stephanie Sharpe1

ID #43238
  • Last Edited: 7 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S3704] Find A Grave: Wardboro Cemetery, Wardboro, Idaho, Lula Dimick LaRocco, created by Lisa Olorenshaw, added Nov 2008, memorial number 31195562.

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Natalie Sharpe1

ID #43239
  • Last Edited: 7 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S3704] Find A Grave: Wardboro Cemetery, Wardboro, Idaho, Lula Dimick LaRocco, created by Lisa Olorenshaw, added Nov 2008, memorial number 31195562.

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Stephen LaRocco1

ID #43240, (1951-)

Biography

  • Stephen LaRocco was born in 1951.2
  • Stephen died as an infant.2
  • He was buried at the Wardboro Cemetery in Wardboro, Idaho.2
  • Last Edited: 7 Oct 2018

Sources of Information

  1. [S3704] Find A Grave: Wardboro Cemetery, Wardboro, Idaho, Lula Dimick LaRocco, created by Lisa Olorenshaw, added Nov 2008, memorial number 31195562.
  2. [S3704] Find A Grave: Wardboro Cemetery, Wardboro, Idaho, Stephen C LaRocco, created by Lisa Olorenshaw, added Nov 2008, memorial number 31195564.

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If I don't know a female last name she will be identified with a 'Mrs' and her husband's name.