My question is probably a bit strange. In the early 1980s, my g-aunt sent my mother all the family history she knew. As my husband and I have checked the information, she seems to be quite accurate with her information.
We've been researching my gg-grandfather, James Leander Youngblood for nearly a year. We came to Parker County last May, and plan to return this May.
To quote my g-aunt, "James Leander Youngblood is buried in Weatherford, Texas. Part of the cemetery was condemned to build a highway. His body was not moved, the brick highway is over it. The best of my memory his son, Pinckney Alexander Youngblood, my father-in-law, said, "he is buried where the highway makes a curve in northwest part of Weatherford."
I do not know which highway was built or when it was built. James Leander Youngblood died in 1876, and don't know if it ever had a headstone or marker.
Does any of this information make any sense to you? If so, do you know what cemetery and what highway were involved?
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