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Thanks. I found the site some time ago when I typed in Feemster at Yahoo. This is when I discovered this whole new world of Feemsters. I actually thought our name was dying out with me. Anyway, I am going to Tupelo this week to check on my aunt, who is 91 years old, and if I have time, I'm going to try to find the cemetery. I thought that if I got that far I might try to make it to Macon to see what I could learn concerning the Feemsters there. My cousins are going with me, so my time may be limited: Bill is on dialysis three times a week,and I don't want to wear him out. He and his wife are the ones who helped organize our reunion at Thanksgiving in Tupelo. Only me aunt still lives there, but most of us grew up there.
I will let you know what I find out. Have you had any luck in your search? When I looked at the wonderful work that Annette Feemster had done, I saw your name as a source and another name, Jean Williams, who it said was researching Noxubee Co. Are you familiar with her? Sally