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Mesa City Cemetery, Mesa, Arizona USA
Arizona
The Mesa, Arizona City Cemetery was established in 1891. Many of the original pioneers who settled Mesa are buried here. The Cemetery is still in operation through the City Of Mesa Parks and Recreation.
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Uploadet: 10/06/2011
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