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Carol Renfro
Floyd graves
Pleasant Grove is an old church, established about 1850. Some of the graves are also very old and no markers remain. In the mid-1980s the cemetery was read and the results were published in the Franklin County History, along with all or most of the cemeteries in the county. There were some stones readable then that are no longer readable now and the information in that book has been put into Find-a-Grave.
The Floyd family has been part of this church and the local community and it's possible that someone "just knew" that these ancestors were buried at Pleasant Grove without knowing exactly where anymore.
I have tried to thoroughly cover the historical section of this cemetery and did not find a readable stone either.
I'm sorry not to have been able to help, too.
Carol
Added by Carol Renfro on Oct 03, 2014 7:47 AM
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Julia Payne
Thank you, rw!

Even though the gravestone is not legible, I agree that it is likely that it could be hers. Too bad the gravestone couldn't hold up to the environment.
Added by Flower Child on Mar 24, 2013 10:52 PM
 

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