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Re: SPICER family
Posted by: Jack Gray (ID *****7329) Date: March 08, 2008 at 03:08:08
In Reply to: Re: SPICER family by jean mcintire of 367

If you know where his old home is then you have undoubtedly seen the small cemetery off to the side of the house. I believe he is buried in there in an unmarked grave towards the back of the lot. His daughter, Lurany Eilleene "Lula" Spicer Gray, is buried in there in a grave marked Lula Spicer Gray next to her husband Thomas J Gray. These are my gr gr grandparents. It would make no sense for Alexander Spicer to be buried anywhere other than here in this cemetery on land owned by him at the time. I have photos of all the marked graves in this cemetery as well as of Lula's death certificate (stating that Alex was her father) and of Lula, herself, at an advanced age. Lula was the daughter of Alex and his first wife, Mary Ann Perdue (who died shortly after Lula was born). Alex had two wives after Mary Ann. They were Margaret Missouri Norris and Amanda M Sutton. My e-mail address is bobo4u63@yahoo.com if you want to contact me directly.

Jack Gray


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