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Re: Rebecca (Fannin) Workman
Posted by: Nellie Hammond (ID *****4692) Date: March 31, 2002 at 12:05:47
In Reply to: Rebecca (Fannin) Workman by R. Sayre of 1220

There is a Fannin Cementery on one of the hills at lower Beechy.
The cementery started with the burial of William Jefferson and Mary (Queen) Fannin, my grandparents. He has 3 of his 4 sons buried in the same cementery: Beckham Fannin, Fred Fannin is buried in Mt. Zion cementery, Marquis de Lafayette Fannin, my father, and Garret and Rebecca (Aunt Rebba)Ratliff or Blankenship, Fannin.
I hope this helps you.
Nellie Bly Yelton

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