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Perry Mount Park Cemetery
Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan

878 N Perry Street
Pontiac, MI 48340-3029

Lat: 42° 39' 29"N, Lon: 83° 16' 20"W

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Total records = 20.

Contributor's Index:

Aldea, Denneise, b. 22 May 1950, d. 22 May 1950, "Our Baby", [JR]
Clendenan, Donald L, b. 1906, d. 1961, [JR]
Clendenan, Evelene I., b. 1917, d. 2004, s/w Donald L. Clendenan, [JR]
Clendenan, Grace J, b. 1886, d. 1959, [JR]
Clendenan, John F, b. 1880, d. 1946, [JR]
Johnson, Charles, b. 1875, d. 1962, [JR]
Johnson, Gertrude (Clendenan), b. 1877, d. 1961, s/w Charles Johnson, [JR]
Johnson, J. (Joseph) Le Roy, b. 1912, d. 1963, [JR]
Johnson, Norma M., b. 1917, d. 1963, s/w J. Le Roy Johnson, [JR]
Lamiman, Glenn, b. 11 May 1880, d. 7 Oct, 1948, "Husband", [JR]
Lamiman, Phebe Sophia (Johnson), b. 22 Feb 1870, d. 27 Sep 1949, w/o John McInally and Glenn Lamiman, [JR]
McInally, John Henry, b. 29 May 1868, d. 14 Sep 1925, "Husband", [JR]
Morrison, Blanche M (Johnson), b. 1884, d. 1964, sis/o Charles Johnson, [JR]
Morrison, Orison B, b. 1880, d. 1963, [JR]
Newbegin, Aileen (Johnson), b 1900, d. 1973, s/w Melvin Newbegin, d/o Charles Johnson, [JR]
Newbegin, Melvin, b. 1900, d. 1989, [JR]
Racine, Kathleen M (Mae) (Emmerson), b. (15 Feb) 1927, d. (10 Sep) 2006, s/w William C (Charles) Racine, [JR]
Racine, Marguerite (Johnson), b. (24 Mar) 1899, d. (12 Apr) 1982, s/w William C (Clyde) Racine, d/o Charles Johnson, [JR]
Racine, William C (Charles), b. (26 Aug) 1924, d. (1 Jan) 1976, [JR]
Racine, William C (Clyde), b. (27 Aug) 1896, d. (1 Jun) 1976, f/o William Charles Racine, [JR]
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