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Nettie Blakely (Funderburk) Locke
Posted by: John Reeb (ID *****8179) Date: September 22, 2012 at 13:22:32
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In Guy Funderburk's,Funderburk Castles and Conquests, the 9th child of William Laney Funderburk, was Nettie Funderburk who married a Lock. Nettie B. is indeed listed as a daughter of William Laney Funderburk in the 1870 Census of Oak Grove, Marshall County, MS at the age of 2 years. I have also found her with her husband Dee H. Locke in Census Records from 1900 through 1930 in different locations in MS and Tn. However, I have found a Death Certificate in Ancestry.com for Nettie Blakely Locke who is named as a daughter of F. D. Funderburk and Nettie Blakely. The informant on the Death Certificate was Mrs. W. T. Faylor, Marks, MS. The DC shows the place of death in Memphis, Shelby County, TN, but burial place in Holly Springs, Miss. Can anyone tell me was there a F. D. Funderburk and wife Nettie Blakely who lived in Mississippi during the time period of the 1860s. 1900 Census shows D. H. Locke and Nettie living in Marshall County, the same County where William Laney Funderburk resided. Could the Death Certificate be in error. Or could F. D. Funderburk and Nettie Blakely, have died leaving a very young Nettie with William Laney Funderburk? Any rsponse will be greatly appreciated. John V. Reeb


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