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Re: Old cemetery near Megargle- Seaborn
Posted by: Carolyn King Gerik Date: May 19, 2000 at 19:46:35
In Reply to: Re: Old cemetery near Megargle- Seaborn by Andrea Horton Fichte of 80

Thank you so much, I am so glad someone has a record of who is buried there. The Daisy A Howe was 1/2 sister to my Grandmother. Franklin McRae Howe and Nannie. Since she was a second marriage I know nothing about her. I have pics of the Daisy & Mary Setser stones. I have been there. Mary Setser is my Gr. Grandmother. Mother of William Jefferson Hazelwood. She was a Vaughn. I can find no info about her. Any info in the book about the home that buried her? I have contacted Archer, Young, Baylor, and Austin. No one seems to have a death record for her. It is such a shame that the old cemeteries have gone to such shape. Frank Howe, his Mother, and Nannie are buried in the Megargle Cemetery as well as my Grandparents William Jefferson Hazelwood and Caroline Maggie Howe Hazelwood. I will keep the list for future use. My thanks. Carolyn


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