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Panchita Death Record with Parents and Husband
Theresa, Here is Panchita's death record which has her parents listed and her husband. I hope this confirms what you wanted to know for sure. That Panchita is Justus Lafayette Moore and Mary Elizabewth Andreu's daughter. Regards, Diane


Florida, Deaths, 1877-1939," Panchita Rosella Smith, 1939
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name: Panchita Rosalber Smith
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death date: 08 Dec 1939
death place: Ft.Meade, Polk, Florida
gender: Female
race (original): white
race (expanded): White
death age: 62y 2m 22d
estimated birth year:
birth date: 16 Sep 1877
birthplace: Fla.
marital status: Married
spouse's name: S.H. Smith
spouse's titles & terms (original):
spouse's titles & terms (standardized):
father's name: Lafayette Moore
father's titles & terms (original):
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father's birthplace:
mother's name: Mary Andrews
mother's titles & terms (original):
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mother's birthplace: Fla.
occupation: Housewife
street address: 4 mi.west of Ft.Meade
place of residence: Ft.Meade, Polk, Florida
cemetery: New Hope
burial place:
burial date: 08 Dec 1939
funeral home:
informant:
additional relatives: X
film number: 2116106
reference number: Reg.#4, Fn.#22322
Added by DMWK on Sep 21, 2012 1:10 PM
DMWK
Mary Elizabeth Andreu Moore
Mary is my great, great anut. My mother's mother was Mary Lucinda Andreu. The Andreu family came from Minorca, Spain in th 1600s. They came as indenture servants and settled in St. Augustine, Florida. They worked for a year to pay off their passage from Spain. St. Augustine is the oldest town in Florida and the Andreu family was one of the first settlers when Spain still owned Florida. I have been researching the Andreu family for a little over two years. I have a picture of the Moores, I will add it to Find A Grave.
Regards, Diane
Added by DMWK on Sep 07, 2012 10:01 AM
 

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