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Joan M. Smith (#46897689)
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Jay Greaves Burrup
Spelling of middle name
Most of the early records I've seen for Willard give his middle name as Richards (with an "s"). He and his two next oldest brothers seem to have been named for the LDS First Presidency at the time--Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, and Willard Richards. The death certificate also gives that spelling. I descend from his older sister Cyntha/Cynthia Ann Mikesell Green Walker. I think the parents must have chosen her name from the birthplace of her father (Garett Walls Mikesell) which was Cynthiana, Kentucky. Not sure what Willard's family records show regarding the spelling of his middle name?
Added by Jay Greaves Burrup on Dec 13, 2016 3:23 PM
FamleLady
RE: Joseph & Martha Mikesell
Please read those two memorials, I put them there to notify people where they are actually buried.

Betty
Added by FamleLady on Jul 09, 2016 8:39 PM
 

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