|Death: ||Jun., 1839|
From Grave Marker:
died at Seltzertown (MS)
age 70 years
Erected by Catherine Andres
I have found him listed as Edmund Andrews in a brief history of Seltzertown.
The grave is just inside the treeline at the intersection of Hwy 553/Emerald Mound Road & the Natchez Trace Parkway.
Ranger "Mike" at the Mount Locust Historic Inn pointed out this single grave on a orientation trip to Emerald Mound. My husband and I walked all around the area and this is the only grave marker we saw.
Seltzer Town was a town created during the "Boatman Period" of the old Natchez Trace. Mr Andres was a resident of Seltzer Town and was their Postmaster for several years.
Edman Andres Grave Site
GPS (lat/lon): 31.62748, -91.23611
Maintained by: Patti
Originally Created by: Debi Morris
Record added: Feb 06, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104740361
I have found that you actually lived in Selzertown, and was the Postmaster there for several years.|
Added: Apr. 25, 2013
In memory of a cousin-in-law... Rest in Peace...|
Added: Mar. 9, 2013
Were you a Boatman walking home? Or a resident of Seltzer Town? We may never know, but you will not be forgotten. God Bless, Mr Andres, may your story someday be told.|
Added: Feb. 6, 2013