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From: "Randy Wynn" <>
Subject: Re: whoops
Date: Sun, 14 Dec 1997 08:25:09 -0600


The Caldwell County Library has a folder of "many" obits. They are well
organized and alphabetized. You might get lucky there.

Randy Wynn

-----Original Message-----
From: Betty Sellers <>
To: <>
Date: Saturday, December 13, 1997 9:18 PM
Subject: whoops

>Frank what I really meant was -- the Trigg County papers were not
>microfilmed.... it might be a possibility to run across this obituary in
>the Hopkinville papers... Today they carry all the deaths of the
surrounding
>counties. It would be worth a try -- also Caldwell carries a lot of
>obituaries of Trigg....
>
>I will keep my eye open also.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Betty Sellers <>
>To: <>
>Date: Saturday, December 13, 1997 7:04 PM
>Subject: Re: BACK TO THE PRESENT - OBIT -
>
>
>>Hi Frank
>>
>>The newspapers of 1923 were not microfilmed and are unavailable... The
only
>>way you can get an obituary from that date is from someone's elses's
>private
>>collecttion. I wish I could help there is a lot of information not
>>available from the 20's..
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: FOGreenone <>
>>To: <>
>>Date: Saturday, December 13, 1997 6:08 PM
>>Subject: Re: BACK TO THE PRESENT - OBIT -
>>
>>
>>>Betty,
>>>
>>>Would you happen to have an obituary for PINKNEY B. HARRELL? He was
born
>>10
>>>August 1835 and died in Trigg County 5 November 1923 and is buried in
>the
>>>Lawrence Cemetary. I think he was probably born in Stewart County, Tenn.
>>but
>>>could have been born in Trigg county.
>>>Also his wife, MATILDA ADALINE (DIXON) HARRELL born 25 December 1845
>and
>>>died 28 November 1894 and is buried in the Dixon Cemetary. If you run
>>across
>>>an obituary on her I would appreciate it also.
>>>If you could photocopy these obits as well as send them via e-mail, I
>>would
>>>repay you the cost of postage and photocopying. If not then jjust
e-mail
>>>them if you run across them in your research.
>>>
>>>Thank you very much,
>>>
>>>
>>>Frank O. Green
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>

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