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Ron Roberson
RE: Grave site of Frederic DeFrouville
Oh and by the way, I also sent this information to Clyde, who manages the memorial: According to cemetery records, Defrouville is buried in Section C, lot 72. He was 37 at the time of his death; he died of "Gunshot wound of head - suicide." He died April 3 and was buried April 5. The record says he was "married," and that his nationality was "at sea." His residence at the time of his death was 610 A Street, SE, in Washington, DC.
Added by Ron Roberson on Jan 07, 2013 6:33 AM
Ron Roberson
RE: Grave site of Frederic DeFrouville
You're welcome....just sorry there was no marker to photograph. But not surprising under the circumstances.
Added by Ron Roberson on Jan 07, 2013 5:59 AM
Ron Roberson
RE: Frederic De Frouville - Wash. D. C.
OK thanks. Since you have a precise date of death, one could check the chronological list of burials in the cemetery office. I think it's complete and shouldn't be hard to find if he's there. I will be traveling next weekend so won't be able to check it for a couple of weeks; as an alternative you could call the cemetery office.
Ron
Added by Ron Roberson on Nov 26, 2012 6:52 AM
Ron Roberson
Glenwood?
I'll be going over to Glenwood Cemetery later today to respond to requests for photos. I noticed in the case of your request for a photo of Frederic Defrouville's grave that the biography itself says he's buried in Congressional Cemetery along with his wife. Do you know for sure he's at Glenwood? Thanks!
Added by Ron Roberson on Nov 24, 2012 6:48 AM
DChester
F De Fruville
David, thanks for that info. I always photograph Civil and Spanish War stones when I see them, as many are on the verge of sinking, cracking, and disappearing forever. I often run into a dead end when trying to get more info on these soldiers buried in New Mexico. Let me know if you have any other info on the others. Thanks again.
Added by DChester on Mar 08, 2010 10:37 AM
DChester
F De Fruville
David, thanks for that info. I always photograph Civil and Spanish War stones when I see them, as many are on the verge of sinking, cracking, and disappearing forever. I often run into a dead end when trying to get more info on these soldiers buried in New Mexico. Let me know if you have any other info on the others. Thanks again.
Added by DChester on Mar 08, 2010 10:35 AM
 

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