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Judy (#47271815)
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Grand View Memorial Park
RE: Everett L Hobbs @ Grandview
One of the volunteers was able to get and post a photo last weekend (memorial #47535210).

Hope this helps!
Added by Grand View Memorial Park on Feb 24, 2012 9:00 PM
Grand View Memorial Park
RE: Everett L Hobbs
We've placed a photo request for this page, hopefully one of the volunteers will get to it soon! Since we're volunteer staffed and only open once a week, it might take a few weeks depending on how many volunteers show up for each opening.
Added by Grand View Memorial Park on Jan 21, 2012 10:49 AM
Lisa Denton
RE: Alamance Church records
She has been super busy, so I don't think so. but, I'll try to remind her!
Added by Lisa Denton on Nov 20, 2011 8:18 PM
Lisa Denton
Alamance Church records
I will double check but I believe my aunt (who is a member of the church and a history room member) told me there was a church fire in the early 1800s and so burned the early records. There are quite a few unknowns and a huge unmarked section that we don't even know how many burials there are. As you can see from the stone...though it is a bit difficult to read (I can email you a jpeg not compressed for the website) but I think it says 1839. A mystery... I live nearby for the moment, so if there's anything I can check let me know.
Added by Lisa Denton on May 17, 2011 4:06 PM
RE: John Hobbs (1787-1839)
I will see what I can find out, but will have to rely on our local library -- Alamance Church is a bit too far for me to make it there and back on my lunch hour.

I will let you know if I learn anything.
Added by SierraBravo on May 04, 2010 7:03 AM

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