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Frances Lowrey BRASHER compiled the following list of unmarked or lost graves several years ago. Her sources were the late Fred Henry BOWLES, who was knowledgeable about the burials at Cedar Grove, and an old cemetery survey by the late Seeatus Hamilton FOWLER.
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Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Zilpha Mahala Griffin Baker (9 May 1873–17 Aug 1968), Find A Grave Memorial no. 38592294, citing Baker Cemetery, Pickens, Pickens County, South Carolina, USA ; Maintained by Susan Bruffey Lehman (contributor 47357320) .
After the war, Hooper settled in the portion of Haywood County that later became Jackson. He and his wife Sarah raised thirteen children. Hooper was recently honored in a proclamation issued by the Jackson County Board of Commissioners which noted April 21, 2018 as Absalom Hooper Day in the county. A grave marking dedication was held on that day. Believed to buried in an unmarked grave in the Hendon Family Cemetery near Brown's Creek, southwest of Elizabethtown, Bladen County. Cemetery is off Highway #242, three miles toward Bladenboro. Reported by Battle of Elizabethtown Chapter.
Ruben registered for the draft for the First World War on September 12, 1918. At that time, he and his family were living at 1301 South Sam Street in San Angelo, Tom Green County,