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D Martin

Kent, OH

#1 Jun 22, 2012
I am attempting to locate an obituary for a
Robert L. Armstrong
Birth: 17 Mar 1919
Death: 22 Dec 1969
Mr. Armstrong, a WW II TEC 5 Army veteran, is buried at the Dayton National Cemetery:
Section 13 Row 30 Site 7.
I would greatly appreciate any help in this matter.
Thank you.
Debbim59@yahoo.com

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