Tombstone Tuesday: Leo Leroy and Pansy Mae (Willey) Hagel – Briston, Montana

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Leo Leroy and Pansy Mae (Willey) Hagel, husband and wife, are buried in the Briston Cemetery in Beaverhead County, Montana – near the area called Big Hole.  They were born in different places and their families made their way to Montana in the late 1890’s for different reasons.

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  1. Well this gave me a start. My grandfather died in the railroad yard in Fulton KY in 1916…his name was Lego Leonard, but his first name was possibly LeRoy…..been to his grave, have a doc where the marker was ordered, …..just a few tidbits of his life…mom was only 6 months old when he died. He had a half sister named Pansey….loved this story anyway!

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    • Wow that is close in name …. glad you enjoyed the article!

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