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I would like to know the burial place of JOHN A. FANNIN, born 22 July
1857 in Wayne County, (W) Va; lived and died at Odds, Johnson County,
Kentucky. He died 21 January 1923. His death certificate said he was
buried at Odds. Another source mentions the Fannin plot in Van Lear
Cemetery. Another source says he was buried in the Thompson or Tomason
Cemetery on Cow Creek, Floyd County, Kentucky.
I couldnt find an obituary for him.
Anyone know where he is buried, the name of cemetery, and driving
directions to it?
I would like to locate the cemetery with grave marker for CALISTA
Born Calista Fannin 1866. Married Andrew J. DANIELS. Died between 1888
Thanks for any help.
Hi, I am hunting for the burial site of Jacob Brooker/Brucker. He died in South Portsmouth Ky around 1858. I haven't been able to locate the cemetery that he is in. Any help I would appreciate, Pat Reel nibbler060(a)sbcglobal.net
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