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Index to the Behren's Mortuary records, 1879-1971

indexed by Donald S. Barnes
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Rapid City, South Dakota : Rapid City Society for Genealogical Research, 2000
287 p. : ill. + 1 computer optical disc

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Information in the record includes name, death date, age, where buried, and number.

Record is alphabetically arranged.

Includes biography of Henry Behrens (1845-1934) who began a furniture and funeral business in Oskosh, Wisconsin in 1871 and in Rapid City, South Dakota, in 1879. Also includes biography of Henry's brother, John A. Behrens (1851-1921).

Includes information on abandoned cemeteries by Ellen Bishop and early Rapid City burials by Donald Barnes.

Also available on microfilm, CD-ROM, and digital images.

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