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Re: Capt. Tubener
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According to his pension record dated Aug. 29, 1903, Topeka, Kansas states that he died Aug. 25, 1903 and was dropped from receiving a paid pension. It unfortunatly does not tell where he was buried. According to another person researching him says that "Somehow David ended up in a veterans home in Oklahoma where he died in Aug. 1903." I have been unable to verify this information. Based on what I have so far, He could be buried somewhere around Topeka, Kansas or possibly somewhere in Oklahoma or in an unmarked grave next to his wife's grave in the Kinchloe Cemetery in Wright Co. Mo. I've checked sources from all three places and so far turned up with nothing so far.

Thanks

Robert

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