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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Caroline Loretta Jones March 10 1876 November 30 1927 Grave Spanish Fork City Cemetery (Utah, United States of America)
Alberta Virginia Jones December 19 1916 May 14 1996 Grave Union Baptist Church Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Nancy A Jones 1862 1950 Grave Union Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
Lelia T Jones April 4 1894 December 26 1979 Grave Pleasant Hill Cemetery (North Carolina, United States of America)
Ilamae Jones August 29 1927 0 Grave Pineview Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
Della Jones July 29 1920 June 23 1946 Pacolet First Baptist Church Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Elsie H. Jones September 7 1917 December 16 1992 Grave Enon Baptist Church Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Pennie Jones May 18 1913 May 30 2007 Grave Kennedy City Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
Michael Hilward Jones 0 June 24 1941 St Faith Crematorium (Norfolk, England)
Maggie Jones January 10 1890 November 2 1968 Grave Cannon Memorial Park (South Carolina, United States of America)
Lucille Jones October 23 1930 November 19 1972 Forest Lawn Memorial Park (North Carolina, United States of America)
Lucinda Jones July 3 1882 June 7 1940 Grave Memorial Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
Regenia Jones September 15 1934 0 Old Bethel Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
Cleo Jones 1911 1996 Grave Jonesville Memorial Gardens (South Carolina, United States of America)
Fannie Mai Jones September 19 1889 January 3 1942 Rose Hill Cemetery (Tennessee, United States of America)
Mary Jones February 25 1919 August 29 1986 Grave Saint Johns Memorial Garden (Louisiana, United States of America)
Josephine Jones July 30 1921 February 6 1995 Grave Oaklawn Memorial Gardens (North Carolina, United States of America)
Pauline Jones 1912 1993 Grave Oaklawn Memorial Gardens (North Carolina, United States of America)

 

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