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I would very much like to have a copy of the picture of Rev. George F. Tutor's stone which you mention. (I will send my mail address by email direct to you). I have been to Noah Tutor Cemetery in Pontotoc Co MS and have seen this stone (but was not making pictures at that time!; it has a picture/photograph of George on the stone. It was ca1976 when I visited the cemetery; and do not remember a building there. However, when I go home this fall will try to get out that way and see. The cemetery was down a dirt road and in the woods; was well kept at that time. His first wife, Bettie is buried to his right side without a stone; Allie Lee Waldrop his second wife to his left side with stone. A large cedar tree marked Bettie's grave.