Location: Park County CO

Biography of James H. De Coursey

James H. De Coursey. Many of the great commercial houses of the world have been built up from a small foundation, and a young law student’s enterprise in nourishing and developing a business idea of his own, is responsible for the most extensive ice cream and butter manufacturing plant in the State of Kansas. It is located at Kansas City and is the property of the De Coursey family, and its able manager, James H. De Coursey, was also its founder. The De Coursey name has been one held in high regard in Kansas for three generations. The first of

Park County, Colorado Cemetery Records

Most of these cemetery listings are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Cemeteries hosted by Park County, Colorado – Local History Archives Buckskin Cemetery Survey – 2010 Cemeteries – Survey by Harold & Lenore Warren, 1976 (Sorted by Name) Cemeteries – Survey by Harold & Lenore Warren, 1976 (Sorted by Cemetery) Como Cemetery – Surveys by Harold & Lenore Warren; Tina Carpenter and Shelley Barnes Fairplay Cemetery – Survey by Harley Hamilton, Joe and Lucille Brown, and Shirley Murphy The following cemeteries have transcriptions