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From: "Diann Olsen" <>
Subject: [PaCambri] Another thought on Lydia Pringle's burial
Date: Sun, 9 Feb 2003 16:13:53 -0500
If you go to one of the Past Events articles that Lynne transcribed, at:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~pacambri/news/1901JT.html there is an article about
a "family cemetery".
IF, the cemetery was owned by John Pringle, and, as the article says, some
of the burials in that cemetery were almost 50 years old, then, it is
possible that Lydia was buried in that cemetery, and just "missed" when it
came time to reinter the remains elsewhere. What was the method used to
find burials back then (in 1901)? Could a grave be overlooked if it wasn't
Just something to ponder ...
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