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From: "Y Cameron" <>
Subject: Re: BACK TO THE PRESENT - OBIT -
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 1997 09:52:08 -0600


Betty thanks for the information on the * for cemeteries. I never knew
what they were for either.
Yvonne

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> From: Betty Sellers <>
> To:
> Subject: Re: BACK TO THE PRESENT - OBIT -
> Date: Sunday, December 14, 1997 5:00 PM
>
> The * in front of the name denotes military service... -----Original
> Message-----
> From: Marion Donaldson <>
> To: <>
> Date: Sunday, December 14, 1997 12:19 PM
> Subject: Re: BACK TO THE PRESENT - OBIT -
>
>
> >I have cemetery book, says Harrell,Matilda Adeline wife of PB,Sept
> 26,1845--Nov 26,1894 (Dixon)
> > and Pinkney B August 10,1835--Nov 5,1923(Lawrence). His name has *
in
> front of it with no explanation why *
> >Your birth dates may be more correct as reading those stones is
difficult.
> Anyway guess you want more than this if you need obit. I will find more
for
> you in time, haven't had time to look in all my Trigg books. Also, think
> this is same Dixon family that is related to my Wilsons. Just saw 1850
> Cencus Trigg Dwelling 399 Robert Jones farmer NC 74, Elizabeth NC
> 53;Frances M Harrell K 23,Pinckney B Harrell K 14,Jane K 16,Wm K 9,
Martha
> K 2,Josephine K 3/12.Suppose the last children are Jones? Who are the
> Jones?if Matilda was a Dixon? The Cowboys aren't doing so well,better go
> help. Marion
> >----------
> >>
> >> 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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