|Rozell Thomas (#48232063)|
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|Warren||RE: W.N. Faulkner|
Thank you for the information. It is wonderful that you share information that you find.
I just got off the phone with one of the granddaughters (93 years old) and she says that there is no way for William Noah Faulkner to have died just 24 hours before he was buried. He laid instate at their house for more than a day, before being transported to Antlers. He actually died in a little railroad settlement called Dunbar. It took several days to get everything arranged to take him to Wade. Nora (the 93 year old granddaughter) says she remembers her mother
saying that William Noah favorite fiddle tune was called "The 8th of January" and that Bill almost made it to that date.
I'm keeping his DOD as the 6th of January 1933 with burial at Spring Hill Cemetery on the 14th of January. If you have a Faulkner file for our family there at the Bryan County Historical Society, please put this information in it for future generations.
Thanking you for what you do,
Added by Warren on Sep 16, 2013 4:10 PM
|Tommy Vick||RE: Hardage infant|
Forgive me but it is not registering what your question is refering to.