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Samuel Dorrell Echols and Elizabeth Wood Echols
Posted by: Jerry L Griffin (ID *****6554) Date: July 12, 2010 at 11:12:33
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I just discovered something on google about my ancestral grandparents. It said that they were buried at Echols cemetery in Windsor, Walton co.. Ga. It has been stated in many sources they are buried near Hollingsworth cemetery in Heard county, Ga. I have visited this area on several ocasions and never found a grave or anything related to the fact they are actually buried there. It appears the Echols(Samuel Dorrell) was someone of importance. It just appears that their graves would be marked. Of course someone or something could have destroyed their markers or tombstones.
Can anyone in all validity shed any kind of information. It would not be inconceivable that they were interred some other place from where they died.


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