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Re: Burial sites of WW I vets Lem Liles & Mont Hartsell
Posted by: Artie (ID *****8097) Date: March 31, 2009 at 15:10:21
In Reply to: Re: Burial sites of WW I vets Lem Liles & Mont Hartsell by SHELLEY CARSON of 836

I found Pvt Liles listed in the Montague County Cemetery book. Do not know if there is a marker for him or not, but a big part of info contained in the book was taken directly from tombstones.

Hardy Cemetery is located a little over 1/2 mile east of Hardy, TX on FM 1630

Enter the following in Google Maps

19246 FM-1630, Montague-Forestburg, TX, United States



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