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Re: Ramer Cemetery
Posted by: Ruby Wallace (ID *****5788) Date: April 11, 2008 at 17:52:19
In Reply to: Re: Ramer Cemetery by Janice Lipford of 613

Janice, I have tried to email you directly but my message bounced. I am wondering if you know anything about a Ramah Church and Ramah Cemetery that is located just a little from Hwy. 57. A map I found on the Internet said it was on Rocky Springs Road. This cemetery has not been surveyed by Hardeman Co., GenWeb and I am wondering if you have been to this cemetery, since you state in your post that you live a few miles from the Ramer Cemetery. I believe the Ramer Cemetery is located in Saulbury, is that correct? Anyway, I live in Texas and we are working on our GRAY family who lived in Hardeman Co., in the late 1830s to the middle 1860s. On a deed I have in my records for my GGG Grandfather, Hugh Gray, when he sold 200 acres in 1854 to a Mr. Thomas Brown it "excluded 3 acres thereabout for the Ramah Meeting House" and I am wondering if this could be what I find on the records as Ramah Cemetery and Ramah Church. We are interested in knowing who may be buried in this cemetery since we cannot find a burial location for our Grays.
I would greatly appreciate your comments, please.
Thank you greatly,
Ruby Gray Wallace of Texas


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