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Memorial Park Cemetery
Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri

8251 Hillcrest Rd.
Kansas City, MO. 64138
Ph: 816-523-2053

Lat: 38° 58' 50"N, Lon: 94° 30' 52"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. Last edited Oct 21, 2009. Total records = 11.

Contributor's Index:

Chester, Margaret Ruth, b. Jul 30, 1933, d. Aug 14, 1981, [PW]
Chester, Robert Lynn, b. Apr 24, 1925, d. Jul 01, 1980, Cpl US Marine Corps World War II, [PW]
Churchill, Clara F. (Forsbach), b. 15 Jul 1909, d. 2 Nov 1981, d/o Arnold Heinrich Forsbach and Emelie Minnie Forsbach (Herter), m. twice: (1) John G. Chesney, div (2) Chester Vernon Church, div., [JF]
Gaggens, John, no dates, [CH]
Gaggens, Nora (Maine), no dates, [CH]
McCue, Jackson Carl, b. Dec 20, 1907, d. Mar 24, 1988, s/o Walter B. and Cora May (Long) McCue, h/o Marjorie (Whitson) McCue, [JE]
Rumbo, Mary Leone (Wells), b. 10 Jan 1925, d. no date, w/o V. Raymond Rumbo, m. 6 Sep 1947, d/o Harry Wilson and Evalyn Ingham Wells, [JB]
Rumbo, Veloris Raymond, b. 31 May 1920, d. 29 Jun 2003, h/o Mary Leone (Wells) Rumbo, m. 6 Sep 1947, s/o Cester Rumbo and Buelah Lee (Mann) Rumbo, WWII Navy, Beloved husband and father, [JB]
Tate, Austin Patton, b. 19 Jun 1857 Dennison, Grayson, Tex, d. 15 Jan 1932, m. Martha Jane Hunter, [BT]
Wells, Alden Carter, b. 19 Oct 1915, d. Mar 2003, h/o Virginia Wells, m. 30 Oct 1932, s/o Harry Wilson Wells & Evalyn Ingham Wells, bur. 30 Oct 2003, cremains, [JB]
Wells, Virgina, b. 30 Jul 1915, d. 25 Jun 2003, w/o Alden Carter Wells, m. 30 Oct. 1932, bur. 30 Oct 2003, cremains, [JB]
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