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Re: Revolutionary War: Bennett Goodrum
Posted by: Robert Cline (ID *****4677) Date: December 16, 2005 at 17:29:13
In Reply to: Re: Revolutionary War: Bennett Goodrum by Jane Morrow of 422

I realize that this message is very old and the e-mail address has probably changed by now.
Our group, The Drakes Creek Family Research Association, is trying to gather all of the documentation that we can find on Bennett's Family. His son James Gardner is buried in a cemetery in Warren County, Kentucky and this cemetery is in threat of being lost to the ravages of time and lack of protection from farm animals. Our group has taken on the goal to attempt to get this cemetery protected. There are about 50 souls known to be buried here along with an untold number of unmarked graves. About 2/3 of them are Goodrum or Goodrum relatives. We need your help, copies of documents, family trees that we can use for comparison and verification will be a great help. This area is very rich in Goodrum history and many family members still live in the area.
Please contact me at wirenut1@alltel.net.
Robert D Cline


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