North Carolina, USA
FAMILY /RESEARCH NOTES:
(1) BURIAL: Believe Elvira Elizabeth Phillips Grady was buried in Old Prairie Lea Cemetery
(2) MARRIAGES: #1-William Jackson Grady, physician, about 1838 in Georgia; #2-Rev. Henry Long, 28 June 1867 in Caldwell County, TX.
(3) VITAL RECORDS: Birth date and place from 1850 Shelby Co., TX Census; Died about 1884.
(4) FAMILY NOTES: Possibly Native American; There is an Andrew P. Phillips that shows up in the 1860 Gonzales County, TX census as a Trader and living with William & Elizabeth -- may have been a brother or a cousin of Elizabeth's.
(NOTE: A special thanks to Viola Heathcock Stewart, g-daughter of William Monroe Grady for all the family information she shared with me.)
LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO HAS INFORMATION ON THIS FAMILY.
Henry Long (1795 - 1867)
William Jackson Grady (1819 - ____)*
William Monroe Grady (1841 - 1913)*
Josephine Grady Lawler (1846 - 1916)*
Requested Photo - No tombstone found. Special thanks to Donna Ellison, and husband for searching the cemetery.
Prairie Lea Public Cemetery
Created by: KaysRoots
Record added: Sep 06, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21398105
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