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Holliday Cemetery #2

Drive South on Hwy 17 from Sulligent turn right on Military Grove Rd. drive .3 mile turn left side road.

Hood: Geneva July 21, 1900 to Sept. 06, 1978

Hood: Bennie J. Nov. 01, 1893 to Oct. 28, 1965

Omary: grave marked with stone

Guyton: J.F. Dec. 31, 1856 to Apr. 03, 1929

Next grave no marker, no name

Omary: William Moody Dec. 26, 1886 to Jan. 15, 1958

Omary: Annie Bell Sept. 01, 1893 to Aug. 10, 1962

Omary: grave marked with block

Omary: grave marked with block

Omary: grave marked with block

Grave with block

Hood: grave marked with block

Grave with block

Grave with block

Hood: grave marked with block

Grave with block

Grave marked with old F.H. marker no name

Garrett: Loyd Buck WWII June 14, 1926 to Jan. 24, 1950

Garrett: Charlie 1898 to 1977

Grave marked with a flower

Grave marked with a stone

Roltison: Sarah A. died Dec. 1892

Grave marked with rock

Grave with blank marker and rock, no name

Holliday: Fannie 1855 to 1946

Holliday: John G. Mar. 03, 1818 to Nov. 21, 1897

Grave with two blank markers

Stewart: Clarence Jan. 05, 1898 to Feb. 22, 1900

May: Mary Holliday born 1870 died Aug. 09, 1945

Holliday: Dave son of D.D> & M.A. Feb. 09, 1887 to Dec. 10, 1888

 

Need information on the Roltison marker info not clear,

Name may be wrong. Also need info on the Stewart marker

Names not clear. If you have info contact me at

guyton@siteblast.com  <mailto:guyton@siteblast.com>

 

Information by: Ed Guyton

 

 

 

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