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  1. I am looking for a Roy Evans, Bracken County, Kentucky, he was a soldier in the Spanish American War. He is buried in the Neave Methodist Cemetery, Neave, Ky.. There is no headstone however I attended his funeral and I am sure he is buried there, in fact I remember where his grave is. There is no cemetery record of his burial or at least I cannot get that information. He died in the 1970’s I am thinking. McCarty and Metcalf funeral home in Brooksville, Ky. 41040 were in charge of the arrangements and they are no longer in business. Please help me find his grave and give me any military information I can get.

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