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Birch, George W

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OBIT: Prescott Courier, 1 Nov 1967: Served 2 years in the Army during WWI. After returning from the war, he lived in Seattle, Washington and Fargo, North Dakota and came to Prescott in 1965. Survivors included his wife, Lydia of Prescott; 3 sisters, Mrs. Al Huber of Needles, California, Mrs. Eric Laurie of West Covina, California and Mrs. Robert Shouse of Belle View, Pennsylvania and 4 brothers, Henry of Millvale, Pennsylvania, Kenneth of El Cajon, California, James of Reno, Nevada and Vincent of San Bernardino, California. Sunset Chapel of Prescott was in charge of the arrangements. Remains were shipped to Fargo, North Dakota for burial.
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Birthdate: 21 Apr 1896
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Burial Info: Shipped/
Date of Death: 27-Oct-67
File Number: 57889
First Name: George W
Last Name: Birch
Occupation: American Steel Company & Kennecott Copper
Spouse: Lydia Birch

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File Number 57889
Last Name Birch
First Name George W
Birthdate 21 Apr 1896
Birthplace Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Date of Death 27-Oct-67
Burial Info Shipped/
Marker No
Spouse Lydia Birch
Parents No
Occupation American Steel Company & Kennecott Copper
Description OBIT: Prescott Courier, 1 Nov 1967: Served 2 years in the Army during WWI. After returning from the war, he lived in Seattle, Washington and Fargo, North Dakota and came to Prescott in 1965. Survivors included his wife, Lydia of Prescott; 3 sisters, Mrs. Al Huber of Needles, California, Mrs. Eric Laurie of West Covina, California and Mrs. Robert Shouse of Belle View, Pennsylvania and 4 brothers, Henry of Millvale, Pennsylvania, Kenneth of El Cajon, California, James of Reno, Nevada and Vincent of San Bernardino, California. Sunset Chapel of Prescott was in charge of the arrangements. Remains were shipped to Fargo, North Dakota for burial.