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                           Known Issues

Question: The image containing the death information for George Chambers, George Wallace Ekey, Barbara A Nubert and Carol Amber Stoughton (pages 8 and 9) is missing from the collection. Is this image available?
Answer: This image is available on microfilm number 505825, which can be ordered and viewed at your local Family History Center. See: Ordering Microfilm or Microfiche.

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