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Posted by: Calvin Bozeman Date: August 07, 2000 at 15:50:15
In Reply to: Re: FLURRY'S OF MARION CO ALA. by Sue Barnhart of 155

First I could not find a Hughes Cemetery in Marion County. The Flurry Cemetery is located in Guin, Al. The cemetery is located next to the property that was owned by my grandfather Jerry Bozeman. This is how the cemetery was listed in the Marion County Cemetery book---
William Flurry Born 1810 no death date
James Flurry 1850-1871
? Flurry Jan. 1828-Oct. 8, 1892
Three adult graves marked with field stones
Four small graves marked with field stones
Three sunken places that could be graves.

About three miles from the Flurry Cemetery is the Liberty Church Cemetery. These graves are in this cemetery--
E.D. Flurry May 1, 1838-Feb. 12, 1927
M.A. Flurry April 24, 1843-March 8, 1926

In the Guin City Cemetery are these Graves--
Grover Cecil Flurry April 29, 1917-
Walter Flurry August 9, 1896-August 29, 1966
Annie Hollis Flurry Nov. 28, 1899-
John T. Flurry 1869-1947
Martha Flurry 1873-1944

In the land patient book for Marion County, Al. Henry Flurry patiented land Feb. 10, 1859 and Richard Flurry patiented land March 7, 1859.

I have some more information on this family if it will help. I hope I am on the right track for you.

Calvin Bozeman


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