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Louesa "Lou" Morton Garrett Faulkner
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Birth: Aug. 19, 1860
Powell County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Nov. 26, 1949
Sardis
Panola County
Mississippi, USA

Lou Morton was a daughter of Joab and Mary Jane Stone Morton. Her first husband was George H. Garrett who died in a farm accident in Holt County, Missouri in 1884. Following her husband's tragic death, Lou and her two sons, Weed and William Garrett, returned to Stanton. She remarried Alvin Faulkner in 1889. Some time after Alvin's death in 1931 and her son William's death in 1936, Lou moved to Sardis, Mississippi and lived in the home of her son Weed and family. Lou died in Sardis but her casket came home to Stanton where her funeral was held at the Christian Church on November 27, 1949. She was then buried at Stanton Cemetery. 
 
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 Parents:
  Joab Mahlon Morton (1833 - 1908)
  Mary Jane Stone Morton (1834 - 1884)
 
 Spouses:
  George H. Garrett (1857 - 1884)*
  Alvin Faulkner (1856 - 1931)*
 
 Children:
  Weeden "Weedie" Andrew Garrett (1882 - 1962)*
  William Garrett (1884 - 1936)*
 
 Sibling:
  Louesa Morton Garrett Faulkner (1860 - 1949)
  Emma Lindsey Morton Stone (1879 - 1963)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Stanton Cemetery
Stanton
Powell County
Kentucky, USA
 
Created by: Pat Iverson
Record added: Sep 02, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41502023
Louesa Lou <i>Morton Garrett</i> Faulkner
Added by: Pat Iverson
 
Louesa Lou <i>Morton Garrett</i> Faulkner
Added by: Pat Iverson
 
Louesa Lou <i>Morton Garrett</i> Faulkner
Added by: Pat Iverson
 
 
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To a special lady, who was the daughter of a great man.
- Lee Perry Warren
 Added: Mar. 20, 2010
To my great grandmother Lou: May you rest in peace.
- Pat Iverson
 Added: Sep. 3, 2009
 
 
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