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Re: Martin in 1850 cencus
Posted by: Janice Andrea (ID *****1752) Date: November 21, 2004 at 18:52:01
In Reply to: Re: Martin in 1850 cencus by B of 2125

My my g-g-grandmother is Elizabeth Cottrell Martin Long.She married Alex Long in the early 1880's. We have a friendly debate going as to if Elizabeth is buried in the Charlie Hensley farm cemetary in Harlan, Kentucky or off HWY58 in the Morley Church cemetary in Virginia. Since it is told there is but a stone marker, we are stuck. Info?

Elizabeth (Bessie) and Alex had a son, Robert.
Eliabeth's daughter Minerva, also married a Long (Alford).

Sounds silly but some of us even put a marker on one of the sites.
Also, we have a photo of them at the Rock Hill, Stone mountain church but not sure who is who.

Janice


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