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Cemeteries near Newtonville, Fayette Co. Alabama
Posted by: JaNell Fleming (ID *****0133) Date: March 12, 2003 at 11:44:44
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My greatgreatgrandfather James William "Jim" Ray moved from Franklin County/Lawrence County to Fayette Co. between 1910 and 1920 probably in 1917. According to his Civil War Pension application he is living there in 1917. He must have died there sometime after 1920. He is on the 1920 census at Newtonville, but I don't have anything after that. I am wondering if anyone has access to cemetery records near Newtonville to see if he is buried there. Thank you very much if you have something and could share it. JaNell


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