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Re: DAPRON, Louis 1900's
Posted by: Geneva Richmond (ID *****8018) Date: November 15, 2006 at 15:05:16
In Reply to: Re: DAPRON, Louis 1900's by Lisa Knox of 19

I hope the following will help some of you with Louis DaPron. He is not my line but I have a connection to the family. Louis Francis DaPron, born, February 13, 1913 in Indiana, died July 22, 1987 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA. You will find some of the people he worked with and information about him if you go to GOOGLE and type in Louis Francis DaPron-Dancer. Now that will be easy. I do not know who he married or if he has children or where he is buried. If you find this out let me know!! His mother was Elizabeth Kurtz born about 1890 in Colorado. If you belong to Ancestry.com you can check the California Death Records and you will see his mother's maiden name is Kurtz. You will find the family listed on the 1930 Census for Denver, Denver Co., Colorado. Louis I DaPron is Head, wife, Elizabeth, son Louis F and mother-in-law Josephine Kurtz, age 70-wd-born Canada. My connection is to Louis I DaPron's first wife, Nancy "Nannie" Roberts. Geneva Richmond - my e-mail address is gllgkr@telepak.net


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