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Thanks to all the volunteers who have placed photos on this site that have been helpful in locating burial places and death dates of ancestors.Any information I've placed on, all are free to use.
Second Eudora Baptist
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|James R Taylor||RE: Birth Date|
Yes, Barnie Eugene Kelso only lived for 42 days in 1944.
BTW, the last time I went to Brown's Temple to get photos, I received a single (that's right, just one) fire ant bite on my left hand ring finger. My hand swelled so badly I had to cut off my wedding ring. I was pretty sick from the allergic reaction so my wife and I cancelled a planned trip to Virginia. After the swelling went down, I had the ring repaired at cost of $106.
Added by Jimbo on Jan 09, 2014 7:52 AM
|Jimbo||RE: Again Thanks|
Great to hear from you again. I still suspect the Bonners were buried at Brown's Temple. It is so close it may have been known as Lebanon in the old days or the people filling out the certificates may have put Lebanon down from not knowing the proper name for Brown's Temple.
I also found Bonner burials at the Antioch Cemetery which is a few miles from Lebanon and Brown's Temple. Again, there were unmarked burials in the area.
I didn't realize there were so many Bonners in Lincoln County until I tried to find Duncan!
Added by Jimbo on Jan 09, 2014 7:45 AM
|June Still||RE: Cansater Gray 54363046|
Nora, Thanks for the explanation........that explains it and I agree with you. June
|June Still||Cansater Gray 54363046|
Nora, This same lady is buried at a different cemetery and her Find A Grave # there is 27822276. Same name, same tombstone, different cemetery. I wonder how that happened!? June Still (47344181)
|Headstone Huggers||RE: Thanks|
I will try to get back over there and take some more now the weather is so nice
Added by Sam on Jul 06, 2013 7:34 PM
|Jimbo||Bonners at Lebanon|
I believe the Bonners, whose Find A Grave records you originated for Lebanon, may actually be at Browns Temple. I'm certain they are not at Lebanon. Browns Temple is just north of Lebanon and has only few of the burials listed. I'll try to get back and do more work there this fall.
Added by Jimbo on May 26, 2013 2:15 PM
|Bonnie Goodman||RE: Thank You|
I can send you a book if you want it. The cost is $20.00 plus a few bucks for shipping, I don't know what that is at the moment. E-mail me your address and I will do that for you. The book is nothing but information I have collected for that cemetery. I have taken thousands of photos, but, do not have them on a disk for sale. If you want any in particular, I would be glad to e-mail you a copy of the photo. I have surveyed several other Black cemeteries in the area as well. It seems like they just don't get the attention needed.
|Bonnie Goodman||RE: Thank You|
You are very welcome. It was a lot of hard work. I put together a book on that cemetery if you are interested in it. It is available at the Morgan County Archives or at Bank Street Antiques. I have listed all of the people that I can find buried on the cemetery and photographed them as well. I have added bits of info on many people like the spouse, parents and inscriptions on the headstones. Military men and women are printed in red. This book is full of good information on my favorite cemetery in Decatur.
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