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PATRON + On November 29, 1845 – Charter members of Concord Baptist signed this constitution

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  1. Thanks so much for this information. Zebulon Buckalew, Thomas Goodwin, and John and Mary Powell are my direct ancestors. I have visited this cemetery.

  2. Really interesting!!!!

  3. The names William Cranberry and W. L. Cranberry, should be Granberry. William was a son of Samuel Granberry, b. Nov. 10, 1799, of Stewart and Twiggs Counties, Georgia. Samuel moved to Lauderdale County, Mississippi. William came to Choctaw County, Alabama. The Granberry’s were highly educated, cultured, religious families. The History of Stewart Country, GA., pages 800 – 803 has a good write-up on the Granberry family. J. A. Granberry was Superintendent of Education, Choctaw County, AL., in 1890. William L. Granberry died at his home near Pushmataha, AL., very suddenly, on the 23rd of April, 1892. He leaves a wife and 3 sons. There was also a William H. Granberry living at Pushmataha.

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