Norman and Marjorie (Deel) Been

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Norman and Marjorie (Deel) Been
A photo of Marjorie Deel Been and Norman Been.
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This is a wonderful 1940s photo of two glowing young people - such hope for the future in their faces.
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Norman Castle Been
Norman Castle Been was born in 1925 to Lura Maude Roberts Been and Jesse Yocum Been. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Norman Castle Been.
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Marjorie (Deel) Been
Marjorie (Deel) Been of Rockfield, Carroll County, Indiana United States was born in 1924 at Indiana to Mabel (Ray) Deel and L J Deel. She had a brother Robert Eugene Deel. Marjorie Been died at age 93 years old on July 26, 2018 in Rockfield.
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