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Alford Southern- Swafford-Mills-Creason Families

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Re: Alford Southern- Swafford-Mills-Creason Families

Posted: 2 Nov 2012 3:47PM GMT
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Thank you for your information about the grave stones--thought they were very interesting and the stones looked different also--were they formed with cement? Actually it is my daughter-in-law who is relation to the Swaffords--and I will forward your information on to her. We also talked to a nice man at an antique store in Pikevill the day we were over there and he gave us the name and number of a lady there that knows a lot of history--Lisa lost it somehow--so dont have it any more and done know the name of the antique store to call him and get it again. I will relay your information to Lisa and maybe you can communicate with her about the Swaffords. Thanks so much!!!
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