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I have Eliza Ann Tankersley Yarber in her son's home in the 1880 census:
1880 District 2, Alcorn County, Mississippi Census
Andrus YARBER Self M Male W 30 GA Laborer NC AL
Julia A. YARBER Wife M Female W 25 GA Keeping House GA GA
Eliza A. YARBER Dau S Female W 8 GA GA GA
Paralee YARBER Dau S Female W 5 MS GA GA
Charley A. YARBER Son S Male W 2 MS GA GA
Eliza Ann YARBER Mother Female W 56 AL SC SC
Census Place District 2, Alcorn, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254640
NA Film Number T9-0640
Page Number 288C
I am trying to find out if she died in Alcorn County or moved on to
Missouri with her son when he went there and was wondering if anyone had
access to burial records to find out. Son Andrew is next known to be in
Howell County, Missouri when his daughter Paralee married in 1895.
Thanks in advance for any and all help with this,
I'm looking for someone willing to take digital photos of tombstones at Farmington Cemetery and Oak Hill. If anyone can do this, please contact me at email address below to discuss your charges.
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