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Bennie B. Cooke: Memorial Service Program
Tataviam Culture

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Page from memorial service program for Bennie B. Cooke, January 31, 1980. Bennie is a son of Fred and Chief Frances Cooke. Both parents are of California Indian ancestry; his mother's lineage is traceable to individuals who lived at Chaguayabit (aka Tsawayung), a Tataviam Indian village at Castaic Junction, prior to European contact in 1769.

Program reads:

In Memory Of
Bennie B. Cooke

May 7, 1923

Passed Away
January 28, 1980
Mission Hills, California

Graveside Services
Thursday, January 31, 1980 - 10:00 A.M.
Eternal Valley Memorial Park
Newhall, California

Rev. David Espinoza, Pastor
La Trinidad Church
San Fernando, California

Eternal Valley Memorial Park

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Memorial Program 1980

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