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Re: Elizah, James Alexander, and Lee O. Brindley
Posted by: Dee Cross (ID *****4995) Date: June 02, 2007 at 05:14:50
In Reply to: Re: Elizah, James Alexander, and Lee O. Brindley by J. Richardson of 606

Hello Justin, good to hear from you again.

Although we had exchanged info before on the Cross line I didn't know you descended through Lizzie. That's good to know.

I don't have much on Lizzie, just that she died before 1910 and she and Lee O. had two daughters, Mary L. born 1902 and Carrie born 26 Sept 1904 and that they lived in Livingston County in the 1900 census. I don't have anything on the daughters and had wondered if they survived to adulthood.

Lizzie's father, James Cross, is supposed to be buried in the Davis Cemetery in Calvert City, KY but when I went there and transcripted it I didn't find a stone for him.

You can contact me by email at doncross8367@bellsouth.net about the cemetery transcriptions. A lot of work still to be done on cemeteries but if you look at other GENWEB sites Marshall County is already way ahead of most.

Good to hear from you,

Dee



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