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Re: Moses Spring- War of 1812 : S.IL. , Tenn.
Posted by: Dennis Doughty (ID *****1522) Date: March 17, 2003 at 06:14:38
In Reply to: Re: Moses Spring- War of 1812 : S.IL. , Tenn. by Gloira Baran of 781

Glora,
Always good to hear about your travels and I appreciate you sharing the information you discover!
Betsy Ann Springs-Doughty, spouse William Doughty, and 6 children are burined at a Methodist church in the Paulton area of Williamson County. They are buried at the very back of the cemetery, and locals believe they are part of the first to be buried there.
Dennis


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