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Cemetery at the former Chinchuba Institute for the Deaf

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Cemetery at the former Chinchuba Institute for the Deaf

Posted: 8 Aug 2012 4:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Warheit
Hello Researchers,

I have an ancestor (the sister of my gg grandmother) who was a nun at the Chinchuba Institute which operated in Covington from 1890-1934. She died while a teacher there, and was buried in a cemetery located near the school's chapel.
Would anyone be able to go there and take a picture of her grave for me? I live in Illinois.
Her name was Sister Mary Armella, and she lived 1875- 1923. Her real name was Anna Margarethe Warheit.
I would appreciate any help with this project, or any information about this cemetery.

Nicole Miller
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
ahprovence 8 Aug 2012 10:52PM GMT 
BarbaraMunson... 18 Aug 2012 12:21AM GMT 
ahprovence 18 Aug 2012 6:23PM GMT 
BarbaraMunson... 18 Aug 2012 6:40PM GMT 
ahprovence 18 Aug 2012 6:58PM GMT 
BarbaraMunson... 18 Aug 2012 7:25PM GMT 
NotThatWife 17 Jan 2013 4:07AM GMT 
ahprovence 17 Jan 2013 2:07PM GMT 
NotThatWife 17 Jan 2013 8:21PM GMT 
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