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Geography lesson from a local?
Posted by: Kimberly (ID *****2074) Date: March 16, 2009 at 14:13:51
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Dear all:

My ancestor GEORGE N. BRYAN(T) or sometimes listed as GEORGE W. BRYAN(T)lived "on Corn House" or had his address at the post office at Corn House, Randolph Co, AL (per CW records and newspaper clippings from 1860's-1900). He was in the 8th Alabama Cavalry Co. I. Genweb states he is buried in Randolph County, but I haven't found where. Is there an old cemetery near where the post office of "Corn House" was?

Thanks for any hints!


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