Acc. 1988.03 includes funeral records from Robert W. Kyger's and Robert P. Miller's undertaking business, 1920s to 1940s, Williamsburg. There are 3 volumes as well as nine scrolls. Acc. 2011.568 includes four funeral home ledgers from 1929-1935,1936-1940, 1942-1947, and 1948-1949. There are also order forms for headstones, letters from people unable to pay for the funeral, and various government documents from World War II, including a receipt for tires that the Kyger family gave to the government.
Acc. 1988.03 has been microfilmed and the originals will not be serviced. Kyger Funeral Home Records in Swem Library’s microforms area, 2 reels, call number F234 .W7 K94.
Acc. 1988.03 is also available on microfilm. The originals will not be serviced.
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Robert W. Kyger ran a funeral home in Williamsburg, Va. and later served as marriage commissioner. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .