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BaileyS32, R16E, T19N, Adams Creek TownshipDirections: Northeast corner of 61st Street and Ben Lumpkin (305th E. Ave) intersection.History: Named after Johnson Bailey, a Creek Indian, who donated a quarter acre of land in 1917 for burial of a baby.Status: Active, maintained by Hidden Valley Extension Homemakers (Hidden Valley Home & Community Educators). Last surveyed in 2013.MiddleDate ofBirthDate ofDeathMarriageBlk/DateSec Row Lot Campaign Branch RemarksLast NameFirst NameAdamsFrankBassHeddie63Not found during 2013 surveyBassSam62Not found during 2013 surveyBoosterJackChamberlainClaraNo marker; Not found during 2013 surveyNo marker; Not found during 2013 survey18981925161Page 1 of 5

Date ofBirthDate ofDeathBaileyS32, R16E, T19N, Adams Creek TownshipMarriageBlk/DateSec Row Lot Campaign Branch RemarksLast NameFirst dstone or fieldstone used as monument; Has two markers; CrossCoeJamesFranklin7/17/18811/12/192953Sandstone or fieldstone used as monument; Age 52 yrs; Has 2 markers; crossCoeLulaMay8/16/18883/15/195051Concrete markerColeBilleCalvin52Not found during 2013 eyHarrison1889193792ConleyLeon9/2/1920 yTEC 4; Cross; Veteran's markerNot found during 2013 survey24Not found during 2013 survey1890192474Mother; Shares stone with Nova L. Due1924192473Daughter; Shares stone with Emily Due193123Sandstone or fieldstone used as monument2/14/1933102"Daughter of Mr & Mrs Vernon Friend"; Our baby; Foot marker with "Friend"103Not found during 2013 survey12/28/19321920's1890Laymon"Father"; Gone but not forgotten5/25/1946No marker; Not found during 2013 survey192095"Daughter"; Not found during 2013 survey192093"Father"; Not found during 2013 survey6/15/1991110Son and brotherPage 2 of 5

MiddleDate ofBirthLast NameFirst ouisC. "L C"HewittOpalHolidayDate ofDeathBaileyS32, R16E, T19N, Adams Creek TownshipMarriageBlk/DateSec Row Lot Campaign Branch Remarks1908197018Father1930193019Infant son; Bird, Lamb193013Not found during 2013 survey14Shares stone with Louis C. Hewitt; Together forever1/27/200216Deer motif; Father, brother, husband8/10/19604/5/200515Shares with Kathryn Ellen HewittI.9/19/19118/24/199417Wife - 5HoneyJessH.1878132Shares stone with Lola O. Honey and Raymond HoneyHoneyLolaO.18861933133Shares stone with Jess H. Honey and Raymond HoneyHoneyRaymond19071940131Shares stone with Jess H. Honey and Lola O. aterLauraMae71Sandstone or fieldstone used as monument; Under tree stacked with other stonesLaymonClifford6/15/199164Not found during 2013 rrymanWilliam152No marker; Not found during 2013 surveyPrangerAnnie510Metal marker; Mother; Not found during 2013 surveyE.5/25/1946J.188918601956CrossPage 3 of 5

Last NameFirst ldSheltonDate ofBirthDate ofDeathBaileyS32, R16E, T19N, Adams Creek TownshipMarriageBlk/DateSec Row Lot Campaign Branch Remarks1897196558Shares stone with Flora Pranger; The meek shall inherit the earth1907199759Shares stone with Edward Pranger; Vase in 11Shares stone with Donald B. SheltonSikesAnnaBell eTateEmmaB.12/22/18664/26/194322Shares stone with Morgan TateTateMorganL.3/2/18622/17/193321Shares stone with Emma TateThompsonPhil136No marker; Not found during 2013 surveyUnknown111Unmarked grave; No marker found during 2013 surveyUnknown25Unmarked grave; No marker found during 2013 surveyUnknown33Unmarked grave; No marker found during 2013 surveyUnknown55Sandstone markerUnknown56Sandstone marker; Funeral home markerUnknown57Sandstone marker; Funeral home markerUnknown101Sandstone markerUnknown11Unmarked gravesUnknown12Unmarked gravesUnknown141Unmarked grave; No marker found during 2013 surveyUnknown151Unmarked grave; No marker found during 2013 surveyWWIINavyShares stone with Helen Shelton; Metal veteran's foot marker; EM3; crossPage 4 of 5

Last NameFirst NameMiddleWelchJoeEllisWilliamsLauraNomelDate ofBirthDate ofDeathBaileyS32, R16E, T19N, Adams Creek TownshipMarriageBlk/DateSec Row Lot Campaign Branch b motifPage 5 of 5

Honey Jess H. 1878 13 2 Shares stone with Lola O. Honey and Raymond Honey Honey Lola O. 1886 1933 13 3 Shares stone with Jess H. Honey and Raymond Honey Honey Raymond 1907 1940 13 1 Shares stone with Jess H. Honey and Lola O. Honey Lambert

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