Jan, unfortunately I can't answer your question about where Blythe and Mary Catharine Byers are buried, but maybe I can give you some clues for further research.
First, Lula Mae's husband was Emanuel J. Henry, son of William Burton Henry and California Schuler. They married in Fannin County on February 21, 1900. In case you don't have this data, Emanuel died on September 19, 1972, and Lula Mae died on March 8, 1973. Both of them are buried at Toccoa Baptist Church cemetery near Morganton, in Fannin County.
Mary Catharine Wilson was the daughter of Johnson Wilson and Maria Maynard, both of whom are buried at Toccoa. In fact, at least eight of their ten children are also buried at Toccoa, but there's no marker for Mary Catharine.
That's not definitive, by the way, because Toccoa does have some unmarked graves. My great-grandfather is also buried at Toccoa, and there's an unmarked grave beside him that I'm certain is my great-grandmother's. But all the other Wilson graves are marked, as far as I know, and they include several generations of the family.
I do have more data on both the Wilson and Henry families, if you think it might help. I'm not a descendant, by the way, but my great-aunt Nebraska Umphrey married Mary Catharine Wilson's brother Daniel, and my great-uncle Burton Umphrey married her sister Callie, which is why I know all this stuff.
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