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Funeral records, 1928-1981

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1995
on 76 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of records located at Pierce Brothers Simone Dubois Mortuary, San Gabriel, California.

Some volumes include indexes.

These records are arranged in chronological order by year and in most volumes they are filed from the most recent to the earliest. This is also true regarding the numbering sequence of files.

Contains records of services provided by the mortuary, including some death certificates, funeral cards, cremation permits, burial permits, insurance papers, miscellaneous correspondence, military certificates of discharge, veterans' information, etc.

Funeral record shows deceased's name, age, residence, dates of birth and death, spouse, names of parents and their birth places, cause of death, other survivors, location of funeral and interment.

Also includes records of Pierce Brothers South Pasadena Mortuary.

Pierce Brothers Simone Dubois Mortuary has had several name changes since the mid nineteen-thirties when it was known as Dubois-Wilson Mortuary. Through the acquisition of other funeral homes including Carter-Cram, Simone, etc. the name of the mortuary has changed but the former records of these other funeral homes have been retained under their original mortuary name as part of Pierce Brothers Simone Dubois Mortuary records.



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