Fwd: Re: ZDUTTON – William M. Dutton Census Reprint

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Subject: Fwd: Re: ZDUTTON – William M. Dutton Census Reprint
Date: 1999-07-27 15:46:49
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Sorry, Joseph, you will get the last part of this twice.  I meant to send it 
to the whole group and later realized I didn't.
	In the meantime, I checked the Tucker Cemetery listed in Vol I of the 
Walker Co. Volume "Here They Rest".  It is located at Eldridge Area, Dist 2, 
T13S   R10W  S18, Copied by Floyd A. Guthrie, 6 Dec 1991.  It has lots of 
Tuckers, but none with the right initials.  In fact there weren't many that 
go back as far as the Tuckers on the 1870 census.  There are a few, but not 
with the right names.  I don't have a map of Walker County handy.  Is the 
Eldridge area near the Marion line?    


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Dear Joseph,
	Thanks for the census information.  I have two of the Walker Co. Gen. 
Soc. Cemetery Books, Here They Rest, Vol I and Vol III.   Vol 1 has the 
following cemeteries (some of which are very small), Aaron, Beech Grove, 
Black, Blanton, Boldo (quite large), Bonner, Bryan, Burton, Burton Bend, 
Cedrum Grove, Chapel Hill, Crossroads Ch. of Christ, Davis, Delvecchio, 
Duncan Memorial, Frost, Gaddy, Guthrie, Herman, Hillard, Jenkins-Ary, 
Johnston, Kansas, Keeton (Nauvoo Area) Keeton (Townley area), Kitchens, 
Logan, Lollar, Manasco, Mauldin, Morris, Mt. Hope Bapt., Mt Zion, New 
Flatwoods or Liberty Grove Prim. Bapt., Oak Grove, Old New Hope, Palmer, 
Pendley, Portzer, Powell Bottoms aka Lindsey, Sims, Smith, Trinity, Tucker, 
Unnamed at Eldridge, unnamed at Townley, Waldon, and two Wright Cemeteries.
	Vol. III has larger cemeteries and also has an index of all names at 
the back which Vol I does not have.  That volume includes Davis, Gains, New 
Prospect, Oakman-Day, Old Flatwoods and Samaria Cemeteries.
	It that helps any......Let me know if you want any info from them.    


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