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D., L.C. Sands Cemetery Lee
DAHLBERG, Rolf H. Keokuk National Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Adna West Point City Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Chester Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Clarence Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Eliza West Point City Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Ella Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Faye Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Fern Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Jay Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Jesse Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Lloyd Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE, Sadie Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE DROLLINGER, Esther Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DALRYMPLE FRITZJUNKER, Velda Mae Oakland (Ft. Madison) Cemetery Lee
DANDRIDGE, Elmer Hickory Grove (Jackson Twp.) Cemetery Lee
DANDRIDGE, Leonard Hickory Grove (Jackson Twp.) Cemetery Lee
DANDRIDGE, Matlda Hickory Grove (Jackson Twp.) Cemetery Lee
DANDRIDGE, Rufus Hickory Grove (Jackson Twp.) Cemetery Lee
DANIELS ALVIS, Electa Oakland a.k.a Meeks a.k.a. Vincennes Cemetery Lee
DANOVER, Eugene Merle Fairview a.k.a. Tibbetts Cemetery Lee
DANOVER, John J. Fairview a.k.a. Tibbetts Cemetery Lee
DANOVER, Sarah Jane (Sadie) Fairview a.k.a. Tibbetts Cemetery Lee
DARLING, Thos. G. Fairview a.k.a. Tibbetts Cemetery Lee
DARNELL, Myron R. Galland Cemetery Lee

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Welcome to the Iowa Gravestone Photo Project! The mission of this project is to capture digital images of the gravestones of our ancestors buried in Iowa. As decades pass -- many stones are deteriorating and even disappearing. By archiving these images, we can pay honor to our ancestors and help save these important records . . as well as providing researchers a tool for exchanging info with other researchers with common ancestry.


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