Raymond Collins McCoy (1886 - 1939)
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Raymond Collins McCoy (1886 - 1939) was born on June 19, 1886 in Lagrange, Lagrange County, IN. He was born into the Mccoy family.
He was born to Walter Thomas McCoy, M.d. and Alma Jane Collins, and had 5 siblings: Anna Eliza McCoy, William Ross McCoy, Faith E. McCoy, Hanna Elsie McCoy, Hariet Laos McCoy. Raymond married Nina Lillian Terrill. He died on February 12, 1939 in Kansas City,, Jackson County, MO at 52 years of age. His family lists the cause of death as: coronary (Cardiac Arrest).
He was buried on February 14, 1939 in Partridge Cemetery, Partridge, Reno County, KS.
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History of Raymond Collins McCoy Add details
- Given name
- Mccoy family history
Lagrange, Lagrange County, IN
Kansas City,, Jackson County, MO
- Burial / Funeral
at Partridge Cemetery,
Partridge, Reno County, KS
- Cause of death
- Coronary (Cardiac Arrest)
- Drug Store Manager/Pharmacist
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