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Re: Lampkin / Harrison family
Posted by: Martha Wallace (ID *****3928) Date: April 17, 2011 at 19:48:54
In Reply to: Re: Lampkin / Harrison family by ilva brodersen of 264

I have found a book, "Gone But Not Quite Forgotten," by Richard W. Pierce, Pickett County Historian, 1994, which lists all the graves that were moved to the Government Cemetery when Dale Hollow Lake was formed on the Wolf River. The Harrison lands were partly submerged and some of the cemeteries are now gone.

As far as I can tell, James Mason Harrison was buried in a cemetery that may still be above water, but there was no stone for him, so finding it will be - impossible? I'm going there next week and will see what I find!

Thanks,
Martha in California


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