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Re: Burial Place of Andrew McIntosh?
Posted by: Mike Shelton (ID *****9766) Date: October 20, 2004 at 18:26:46
In Reply to: Burial Place of Andrew McIntosh? by Sandra Allen Fender of 873

Sandra,
I know you posted this a long tim ago, but slow me I just now seen it. GG-Grandfather Andrew McIntosh you know was living with Jesse and Sarah Radford.
I found a grave yard on Hensley Branch Rd in Bee Log with about 10 unknown graves, we have found out 5 of them, they are my cuz and a G-aunt and uncle, also I thimk that my G-Grandfather Jesse Radford h/o Sarah is therer also and he died bef 1900, and it is a family plot along with the family of Enlow Phillips,

So if Andrew was living with them at the time of his death he may be there.

Jesse and Sarah, I was told lived to the right side of the Bee Log Church, just about where Edwards store was but across the Branch on the church side, so the cemetery is just up the road on the hill.

I have looked for a list of the people that are buried there but can't find anything, the next time I go to see my G-Aunt Verlon Hensley Edwards I'll go to the church and see if they have anything.

Mike Shelton
Marion, NC


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