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Re: George A. Miller's Cemetery Book
Posted by: James E. (Jim) Campbell Date: May 27, 2000 at 13:40:18
In Reply to: Re: George A. Miller's Cemetery Book by Rebecca L. Sheriff of 1076

Rebecca, the cemetery book does not include Turpin's Chapel, at least by that name. Even though there are over 21,000 people listed in the cemetery book, Miller did miss quite a few cemeteries.

There is about 3 1/2 pages relating to the Liners in "The Annals of Haywood County" I haven't read it. I am told that you can buy a reprint of this book from somewhere on the net. If you are interested, I will ask one of my cousins where she got hers.

Actually, I don't live in Haywood County. I was born and grew up there, but live in Raleigh. I still have a lot of family there. Living in Raleigh is advantageous since the Archives is nearby.

Could you send me whatever you have on Acton McCracken? Thanks,

Jim Campbell


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