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|Coy ||Cobb Cemetery|
I attempted to locate your David at Cobb Cemetery in Madison County, Alabama. Unfortunately he does not have a marker. There are over 30 identified sites as graves but only three have markers. The cemetery was in terrible condition until a few years ago when a group went and cleaned it. Some graves are covered with a pile of rocks which may indicate shallow graves. Go to the following web site for more information.
Added by Coy on May 15, 2013 10:28 PM
i'm a descendant of charles wesley haynes, uncle of john lumpkin haynes... looking for other cousins, esp descendants of abraham haynes born around 1775...
i've found you on here posting on Temetia Kerley Haynes as your 2nd great grandmother....
|Georgia Girl||Sarah Jane "Sallie" (Hunt) Kerley/Pearce|
What makes you believe she isn't buried in Old Ashland Cemetery, Ashland (Clay Co.), AL?
|Georgia Girl||Judkins Hunt, Jr's father ...|
You might want to check out Capt. Judkins Hunt, Sr.'s "bio." Just revised it this morning.
|Cissy Currie||RE: Currie and Loe Families|
Let me know which ones are yours or your husbands family and I'll transfer to you. You would certainly have more info than I could ever add for future researchers. As far as Annie, I can't say just yet. My tree has over 5500 people in it, and Annie is a quite popular name in my tree! :-)
|Georgia Girl||Judkins Hunt, Jr.|
Judkins and Unity (Hancock) Hunt, Jr. were my 3rd gr. grandparents and I'm descended from their son, Thomas Goodwin Hunt and his 1st., wife, Mary Elizabeth Simmons. The "church register" can be found at the Zebulon Library, Zebulon (Pike Co.), GA and have been told it also can also be found at Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA. As for Bible rec'ds., the Hunt family Bible is in the possession of the descendants of their youngest son, Robert Rivers Hunt (m. Mary Ann Banks), Durango, CO. Not aware of a will (incl. marriage rec'd.) and where they were buried.