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Alice Falkner Burdett
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Birth: Jan. 15, 1815
Edgefield County
South Carolina, USA
Death: 1862
Randolph County
Alabama, USA

Alice Falkner Burdett, daughter of Willis Falkner. Sibling to; Wilson, Benjamin, Nancy Clarinda, Cullen Larkin, John, Arthur Jefferson and Jane Falkner.

Wife to James W. Burdett. Mother to; William Wesley, Benjamin Apling, Franklin, Earlincer, Heflin, Samuel Monroe, Littleton J., Frances B., James Alfred and Wilson Burdett.

It is believed that Alice died in Randolph County, Alabama about 1862. It is possible, she may be buried in the Bean-Falkner Cemetery. This seems likely, as the they owned the property where this cemetery rest.

Family knowledge states that when her husband James W. Burdett, moved to Texas with his son Benjamin's family in autumn 1865, he was a widower. His final resting place is also unknown, and this fact has not been confirmed.

Two additional children are not linked below. Littleton Jesse Burdett is buried in the Washington Confederate-Rose Hill Cemetery in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. He died of wounds incurred from the Battle of Antietam. One other son is Samuel Monroe Burdett. He is buried in the Leipers Fork Cemetery in Williamson County, Tennessee 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  James W. Burdett (1807 - 1868)*
 
 Children:
  William Wesley Burdett (1834 - ____)*
  Benjamin Apling Burdette (1835 - 1921)*
  Franklin Burdett (1837 - ____)*
  Earlincler Burdett (1839 - ____)*
  Heflin Burdett (1841 - ____)*
  Frances B Burdett (1849 - ____)*
  James Alfred Burdett (1851 - 1874)*
  Wilson Burdett (1853 - 1933)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Created by: Gayle Hennington Van Hor...
Record added: Feb 18, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 125314377
 

To my second great grandmother. Though we do not know you final resting place, rest easy and know your descendants have not forgotten you.
- Gayle Hennington Van Horn.
 Added: Feb. 18, 2014
 
 
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