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Desperately Seeking the Final Resting Place of John A. & Elizabeth Jones Dollins
Posted by: Nicole Dollins (ID *****3017) Date: June 27, 2009 at 22:41:34
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If anyone has any records of where exactly John Allen Dollins and his wife Elizabeth Jones Dollins might be buried, I would love to talk to you. Here's what I know, John was born Oct. 9, 1821 and died Aug 1, 1895, his wife Elizabeth was born Dec. 11, 1811 and died before 1890. Supposedly they were in Orange Co., FL when they died with their two sons, Laban James Dollins and Hugh A. Dollins. Laban is buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Orlando and Hugh is buried at Lake Hill Cemetery(formerly Patrick Cemetery) in Orlovista. I can find no records WHATSOEVER for either John or Elizabeth after the 1880 Orange Co. Census. John was a 2nd Lt. for the Confederacy in the Civil War and was wounded at the Battle of Shiloh. He was in the 44th Cons. TN, Co. K, later known as Johnson's Brigade. I have his military record, but can't locate any pension papers for him.
Any assistance in locating their graves would be GREATLY appreciated!


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