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Hours of operation, comments/questions about the Center, its displays, and educational programs

Attention: Brad O'Connor

Postby Thomas Black » Thu Jan 18, 2018 6:49 am

I'm a new comer to this forum, but I've been a devout disciple of your father for 50 odd years. I live in Crittenden County, Kentucky near a little fart of a town named Marion. About a quarter mile to the north of our farm is Olive Branch Cemetery. Two of James Wiley Woolf's sister's, Sara and Louisa are buried there along with your great, great grandfather William H. Woolf. A half mile to the east is Sugar Grove Church Cemetery an another sister, Martha Ann is buried there. She married Mansil Drennan, they are the great grandparents of my best friend. Some people are interested in these things, some aren't. I have pictures of all their headstones if you would like to see them. Best wishes.
Tom Black
Also have a picture of Sara, she was a looker. Can get a picture of Martha Ann.
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