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Charles Elmo Gregson

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Charles Elmo Gregson
Headstone for C. Elmo and Joy B. Gregson
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Charles Elmo Gregson
Charles Elmo Gregson was born on December 12, 1912, and died at age 68 years old on January 19, 1981. Charles Gregson was buried on January 19, 1981 at Decker Prairie Cemetery 13102 North Fwy, in Magnolia, Montgomery County, Texas United States.
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