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The history of the Moulton and Kyle Funeral Home graphs itself across the center of the city. It includes an undertaker who sold whiskey flasks and rifles, insurance agents who stole a corpse, and a couple who married in an ambulance; an associated funeral home became a movie theater. The new owners left behind a century of personal records and cremated remains.
I was so interested to find this history and the pictures. I worked there when I was 19 or 20 years old. I remember when Mr Kile got married. I remember driving him around town as he would relate to me the history of Jacksonville. I remember my bedroom upstairs on the corner and eating hat the Blue Bell cafe across the street. Tomorrow I will be 76 years e. What memories but sadden that the place has just been abandoned
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Anybody know where the Moulton & Kyle records for 1917 might be found?