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Re: Brimmage tree

Posted: 1433861764000
Classification: Query
I found the Brimmage Cemetery and it is indeed Abandoned...I found one grave, that of Hamilton Brimmage but the Ground Hogs have holes that could have easily swallowed up many gravestones. IThe graveyard sits in the middle of a field surrounded by trees. It isn't terribly large but with help of other researchers in Randolph County, I lucked out and found it. I do have a pictures of his Tombstone. It's broken but able to get the best shot I could. John P. Brimmage married Elizabeth Davis. John was born and died in Randolph County, "Peru Community", Arkansas and had four children.
Lucinda J. Brimmage
1849 –

John P. Brimmage Jr.
1852 –

Zehu Brimmage
1854 Appears to have died in infancy.

Algenora Brimmage
1857 – 1884

Hamilton B. Brimmage
1860 – 1904 Randolph County, Arkansas

I do have a picture of his tombstone that I am attaching, I would hate to think I had to trek out to that cemetery again email is I am ladysnoop on Ancestry under Kay's Thicket. I am currently trying to move the Crawley side to another tree since I have so many of my famililies in one big tree. So angry with myself for starting it out that way. If I can help, please contact me. I am not ladysnoop so to contact it would need to be through email...My Best, Kay Dawn Crawley Vaughn

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