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Re: RE: BERTIE LYMAN BURSON
Posted by: Mike Burson (ID *****8665) Date: May 31, 2009 at 10:10:15
In Reply to: Re: RE: BERTIE LYMAN BURSON by Richard lake of 18895

Richard hello again. Never did locate Shooter Station. Had some people looking a lot smarter than I am. First RR bridge at Vicksburg not completed until 1933. Back to subject, Bertie Burson has proven very difficult to locate burial spot for. Will try the death certificate, thanks for that. Have tried Monroe library once , no luck. Perhaps your method of access is better. Would like details. I **believe** he is at Hasley Cemetery in W. Monroe, but have talked to personnel there who say they have looked at their books and he is not. Bertie still hqas two surviving nephews that live in W. Monroe. Bertie was the son of Seburn C. Burson, who was a brother to my great grandfather James. A. Burson. I am reconstructing the family.


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