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Daniel B. Cannady of Georgia

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Re: Jacob Durden

Posted: 20 Aug 2001 8:05AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2002 4:10PM GMT
Neal, you are correct on trying to meet with Mabel King and take her to the cemetery. I can give her directions, but I am scared that she will get lost. The only way to get to the cemetery today is to walk in to it. There is cotton planted in the field at present. I went on Saturday, the 18th, and they had just harrowed around the edge of the field. The ground was pretty soft and I was scared to drive around it. After someone drives around the field, or it comes a good enough rain to pack the soil, I will try again. You may also keep in mind that there has been a large rattlesnake killed nearby. That was last year when I talked to one of the persons that tended the nearby field. I will be best if she comes in the winter. Snakes will not be a problem and the foliage will be died down. This should allow you easier access to the site. Jacob Durden most likely has the oldest grave in the cemetery. His son, Henry, and Henry's wife are supposed to be buried there in unmarked graves. Ed Cannady
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Mbcanady77 23 Aug 2012 3:11AM GMT 
durderd 25 Apr 2001 4:29PM GMT 
TedYork50 28 Apr 2001 9:50AM GMT 
TedYork50 28 Apr 2001 10:23AM GMT 
burkeco03fan1 31 Jul 2001 7:14AM GMT 
Mabry Durden King 18 Aug 2001 12:06PM GMT 
burkeco03fan1 20 Aug 2001 1:54AM GMT 
ecannady1 20 Aug 2001 2:05PM GMT 
asudojo 3 Oct 2001 7:08AM GMT 
petallssmith1 30 Sep 2007 12:46AM GMT 
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