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Re: Burk's Chapel Cemetery
Posted by: Tootie Dennis (Ira) Date: June 18, 2000 at 08:38:39
In Reply to: Re: Burk's Chapel Cemetery by Frank of 704


Truman Parker m. Charlotte SHARP PETTIGREW. (This was a second marriage for both)
Charlotte was the dau.of Isaac and Sara ROZZELL SHARP of Decatur County, IN. Truman and Charlotte are both buried in Burk's Chapel Cemetery. My question is this: They had 2 daughters, Anaretta Parker b. 1859 and Emaline Parker b. 1862. I have no idea who they married. If you see anything that might look like the above girls, they may have been buried in Burk's Chapel under their maiden or married names, I would certainly appreciate your help. Just thought they may have been buried close to their parents.
Realizing this is a LONG shot, but one can always try.

Charlotte had two daughters by her first m. to Pettigrew (do not know his first name). Sarah Pettigrew b. 1851 and Mary Pettigrew
b. 1853. Are there any Pettigrew's buried in Burk's Chapel?

Thank you in advance.
Ira Sharp Dennis (Tootie)
Amarillo, Texas


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