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Re: Garlington, Louisiana 1900's
Posted by: Carl Hayes Date: February 16, 2001 at 21:46:42
In Reply to: Garlington, Louisiana 1900's by Carl Hayes of 235

I am finally getting a chance to get back into the swing of things. I'm in the Army so I sometimes do not get to research as much as I want to. Henry Earnest Garlington was my wife's grandfather. He is buried in Sugartown, right outside of Deridder. He is found in the Garlington book on pg 543,10-3.
My wife is 12-4. But the last names are spelled wrong. The family's last name was Dear. Ralph,12-2, is buried over in Shiloh cemetery.
I am waiting on the rest of the pages of the book to come through on a interlibrary loan.
I have Henry's Father listed as David Marshall Garlington. His father was Benjamin Young Garlington. His father was Samuel Sellers Garlington.
I am trying to flesh out all the details. if anybody sees any errors or has hints on this line let me know.


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