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Thank you all so much for your help. I went to the cemetery office with the grave number and they looked it up in their records. It was in section 59. Unfortunately they was no headstone, just a patch of scrubby grass. I’m glad I went though.
Likewise with a great uncle and his wife and baby boy. Felt good to stand and remember.