|Birth: ||unknown, USA|
Married to Azariah Dumas (1810 - 1893)
Lived near where Dumas Bridge is now in Blount County Alabama
Phillips Cemetery - No headstone
(also referred to as County Line Cemetery)According to The Heritage of Blount County, page 37, "Others known to be buried there are Aveline Horsley and her son, Bob Amos, Jim House, Asa Dumas and his wife Elizabeth Hair, and a servant who worked for Asa Dumas. William Butler, Monroe Millwood, son of Jesse Millwood, Mr. Johnson, and several McGowans."
Township 14 South, Range 1 East, Section 15
Location: On County Road 27, one-half mile North of St. Clair County line, then four miles Southwest of Holly Springs, on Pine Mountain, near the St. Clair County Line; at the end of a dirt road which goes Northeast off County Road 27, Blount County, Alabama; former site of a Primitive Baptist Church
Originally surveyed by Ralph H. Allred of Gadsden, Alabama on 18 Jun 1964; also reported in Northeast Alabama Settlers, Volume XVIII, Number 3, Jan 1980, page 65; research performed by Carroll Y. Linder, Cherry Hill Farm, Route 4, Box 156, Oneonta, Alabama 35121; also reported at ALBlount-L@rootsweb.com on 9 Jun 2000 by email@example.com; reviewed by Robin Sterling 28 Sep 2002
Sign at the cemetery says "Cared for by Pine Mountain Homemakers, 681-7324"
Azariah Dumas (1810 - 1893)*
Clarasy Clarissa Dumas Horsley (1835 - 1902)*
County Line Cemetery
Created by: Gina
Record added: Sep 23, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76984572
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In memorial of Elizabeth Hare Dumas|
Added: Sep. 23, 2011