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Re: Anderson Cemetery
Posted by: barbara dane (ID *****4306) Date: September 29, 2009 at 16:04:49
In Reply to: Re: Anderson Cemetery by Randy Young of 298

Randy,
My siblings and I had a 6 ft. granite monument erected in Anderson Cemetery and had all the names engraved on it that we know who were buried there. A distant cousin, who lives near Pontotoc, worked for several months cleaning up the cemetery. There were several graves that had a house built over them and in really bad shape. I have some photos of them. He removed all of the houses. I believe there was only a couple of markers in the cemetery but my cousing knew where each family was buried. When he was a young boy (he is about 83 yrs old) his Dad took him each year and they cleaned the cemetery so he could tell us which section of the cemetery that each branch of the Tutor family was buried.


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