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Geneva Cemetery
North Bradley, Midland County, Michigan

Lat: 43° 42' 26"N, Lon: 84° 29' 18"W
Geneva Township, Section 12

Located on Grant Street, just East of W. Barden Road in North Bradley MI. It is owned and maintained by the Geneva Township.

This is not a complete listing of all burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Nov 28, 2007. Total records = 18.

Contributor's Index:

Beamish, Leslie W., b. Mar 23, 1918, d. May 3, 2002, US Army WWII, [JW]
Bishop, Waine Michael, b. Nov 2, 1954, d. Jul 31, 2005, AEAA US Navy Vietnam, [JW]
Boyce, Richard F., b. Oct 4, 1930, d. Nov 27, 2003, US Army Korea, [JW]
Brownlee, Virgil J., b. Jun 5, 1920, d. Jan 23, 2001, S Sgt US Army Air Forces WWII, [JW]
Corbett, James E Sr., b. Feb 28, 1918, d. Oct 28, 1998, Cpl US Marine Corps WWII, [JW]
Fowler, Cecil W., b. Feb 12, 1923, d. Aug 17, 2003, S1 US Navy WWII, [JW]
Haller, Robert L., b. Dec 29, 1927, d. Aug 9, 1997, US Army WWII, [JW]
Holsinger, Evert Henry, b. Mar 12, 1909, d. Jun 27, 1997, US Navy WWII, [JW]
Holsinger, Gary C., b. Dec 15, 1952, d. Nov 3, 1975, Sgt US Air Force, Vietnam, [JW]
MacDonald, Alger L., b. Jan 22, 1926, d. Aug 30, 1997, US Army WWII, [JW]
MacDonald, Archie, b. Jul 4, 1920, d. Jan 9, 2000, US Navy WWII, [JW]
Murray, Elsie A., b. 1898, d. 1988, [JW]
Murray, Ernest E., b. 1900, d. 1974, [JW]
Murray, Keith B., b. Mar 26, 1922, d. Mar 25, 1953, TSgt Btry B 12 Fa Obsr Bn, WWII, [JW]
Owens, Harold, b. 1915, d. 1989, [JW]
Owens, Marie E., b. 1922, d. 2000, [JW]
Riggie, Adrian E., b. Nov 11, 1925, d. Apr 20, 2005, US Army WWII, [JW]
Tesman, Thomas R., b. Dec 26, 1910, d. Feb 5, 1998, US Army WWII, [JW]

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