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Re: A few families from 1810 Census, Nash Co
Posted by: Joseph Strreckfuss (ID *****2983) Date: April 20, 2003 at 18:50:13
In Reply to: A few families from 1810 Census, Nash Co by Dry Valley Cemetery-Lawrence County of 960

I replied for my wife Betty, a few days ago and she is asking if there is any information as to where that cemetery is. We are from Texas and no very little about the area. Where is this county? Was is part of another county at one time? Where is the cemetery? Her 5th Gr.grandfather Mark Mason, married to Elizabeth Arrington had 11 children, Abner m. Milbrey Whitehead, Elizabeth m. Benjamin Cooper, Catherine m. William Coniway, Mark m. Sarah Redmon, Martha m. John Smedley, Foster m. Levina ___, Henry m. Sally Griffin, Mary m. James Norris, William m. Isabel Whitehead, Benjamin m. Martha Harrison, Alla Mallard m. ??. All of these were born in Nash Co between 1751 and 1758. We do not know where they are buried. Would most like information on Mark and Elizabeth and son Foster. Thanks!


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