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Harry Blaine Herbold
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Birth: Jul. 9, 1901
Newton
Jasper County
Iowa, USA
Death: Feb. 2, 1943
Colorado, USA

Parents:
Louis Peter (deaf) Herbold
Winnie Eleanora (deaf) Edgerton

Siblings:
Charles Albert (deaf) Herbold
Victor Perry (deaf) Herbold
John Elmer (deaf) Herbold
Louis Thomas (deaf) Herbold
Russell Alfonso (deaf) Herbold
William Edgerton (deaf) Herbold
Walter Clyde (deaf) Herbold
Fulton Sherman (deaf) Herbold

Married:
Margaret Helen (deaf) Burchfield
October 14, 1925
Denver, Colorado

Children:
Shirley Ruth Herbold
June M. Herbold

HERBOLD--
Harry Herbold, 1200 Lincoln street, husband of Mrs. Margaret H. Herbold, father of Shirley Ruth and June Margaret Herbold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Herbold, brother of Charles, Victor, Russell, Louis, William, Walter and Fulton Herbold. Services Friday, 10 a. m. Hofmann's. Crown Hill.

(Source: Denver Post, February 4, 1943, Page 30) 
 
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 Children:
  June M Herbold Watts (____ - 2013)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Crown Hill Cemetery
Wheat Ridge
Jefferson County
Colorado, USA
Plot: Lot 67, Pin 233, Grave B2
 
Created by: Bonita Olmer
Record added: Sep 18, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11775039
Harry Blaine Herbold
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Harry Blaine Herbold
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Harry Blaine Herbold
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- Jeannie
 Added: Aug. 2, 2012
Rest in peace.
- Cindy
 Added: Apr. 24, 2010

- Bonita Olmer
 Added: Dec. 25, 2008
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