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Dwight Emil Crumbaker
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Birth: Mar. 13, 1893
Whitman County
Washington, USA
Death: Mar. 1, 1970
Contra Costa County
California, USA

Dwight Emil Crumbaker
Born: Garfield, Whitman Co., Washington
Died: Contra Costa Co., California
Father: Jonas Allen Crumbaker
Mother: Mary Elsie (Throop) Crumbaker
Spouse: Hazel June (Carpenter) Crumbaker

Parents buried: Garfield Cemetery - Garfield, Whitman Co., Washington
Family links: 
  Jonas Allen Crumbaker (1856 - 1940)
  Mary Elsie Throop Crumbaker (1863 - 1945)
  Hazel June Carpenter Crumbaker (1900 - 1958)*
  Barbara June Crumbaker Fillmore (1929 - 1982)*
  Mary Agnes Crumbaker Gates (1883 - 1965)*
  Jonas Calvin Crumbaker (1885 - 1974)*
  William Curtis Crumbaker (1888 - 1923)*
  Allen Tracy Crumbaker (1890 - 1964)*
  Dwight Emil Crumbaker (1893 - 1970)
  Margaret Alice Crumbaker Cross (1896 - 1991)*
  Oliver Victor Crumbaker (1898 - 1984)*
  Maria Ellen Crumbaker (1902 - 1907)*
  Olive C Crumbaker Cable (1904 - 1986)*
  Harvey A. Crumbaker (1908 - 1980)*
*Calculated relationship
Santa Rosa Memorial Park
Santa Rosa
Sonoma County
California, USA
Maintained by: fillmore
Originally Created by: L Hankins
Record added: Jan 09, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46500774
Dwight Emil Crumbaker
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Dwight Emil Crumbaker
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Dwight Emil Crumbaker
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Thank you for your service Grandpa
 Added: Nov. 11, 2015
Remember the Christmas we spent with you when the trunk of our car popped open and it rained all night. We all laughed.
- fillmore
 Added: Dec. 25, 2014
So, on a sunny Spring day we stood on your homestead in beautiful Alberta. How in the world did you plow those rolling hills one hundred years ago. And all with horses. You and brother Curtis worked so hard to clear the land, plant and harvest each year. ...(Read more)
- fillmore
 Added: Mar. 11, 2014
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