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Doyle Gene Merrill

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Doyle Gene Merrill
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Doyle Gene Merrill was born on February 12, 1938 to Odis Floyd and Flossie Ines Brewer Merrill.

He married Irene D. Millard on January 26, 1963.

Doyle served 12 years in the U. S. Navy, AO1 US NAVY VIETNAM and was medically retired after an accident on the aircraft carrier USS BON HOMME RICHARD. He was crippled for life from this accident.

Flossie Ines Brewer Merrill
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Flossie Ines Brewer was born April 13, 1903 and died June 24, 1960.

She was married to Odis Floyd Merrill and to this union was born 11 children: Ira Floyd Merrill, Elsie Merrill, J. C. Merrill, Gracie Merrill, Delores Merrill, Hiram Eli Merrill, Bobby Ray Merrill, Doyle Gene Merrill, Donald Roy Merrill, Larry Dean Merrill and Edith Marie Merrill.

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