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Re: Bridges
Posted by: John White (ID *****9742) Date: July 11, 2004 at 18:05:30
In Reply to: Bridges by Dora Burke of 674

Hello Dora,

I'm not sure where Jacint Bridges is buried either. I do have several sources say he died in Carroll County, TN in 1901. His brother, William A. C., my great-great-grandfather is buried in the Chapel Hill Cememtery. I haven't seen that grave either, only pictures. My mother has been there. Several years ago some cousins got together and bought a new stone for W. A. C. and his wife Louisa E. C. Bridges. I have the old stones at my house. Hers is broken and his is in good shape and sits among the iris and daylillies and draws a good bit attention by itself. There is also a Bridges Cemetery that Jacint's parents are supposed to be buried in out at Parker's Crossroads, but I haven't seen those graves yet. That gives me two places where I might be able to fine Jacint buried. Any ideas?

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