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Re: Bob Patterson could stand for Robert Lee Patterson
Posted by: Kathy Baker (ID *****3102) Date: March 01, 2007 at 11:26:39
In Reply to: Re: Bob Patterson could stand for Robert Lee Patterson by Linda Ratcliff of 18908

Linda,

As I stated in my last response I would get back with you regarding the Springhill Cemetery. It apparently does not have a lock on the gate. Because it is not a really large cemetery, you should have no trouble in finding your grandmother's grave, and since it is on the list of those buried there, there should be a marker, otherwise, I don't think her name would be on the Springhill Cemetery list. Hope you are able to visit the Loch Arbor and Springhill Cemetery soon. If you happen to see a double headstone with the word "CAGLE" on it at Springhill, this is the gravesite of my great grandparents, John William McRae Cagle and Mary Jane Nash Cagle. Don't know why their given names and their dates of birth and death are not on the marker. Do you live in the Monroe area? Just wondering. Good Luck and Happy Hunting.

Kathy Baker


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