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0183    HOLLAND, W.D.N.

      Location - Beulah.


      Leave Kenly going east on hwy 222. Turn right on SR 2345. Go about 1 mile and turn on to SR 2341. Go 1 mile and cemetery is on right. next to road. It is fenced and well kept. 10 graves,.

      Compiler: Mrs Ray Boyette, Apr 1976.


  1. Boykin, Charles   (b. 1922 - d. 1922)
      • son of W A & Bertha Boykin
  2. Holland, Oscar   (b. 14 May 1895 - d. 25 Jan 1926)
      • son of W D Nathan & Sallie A Holland
  3. Holland, Sallie A   (b. 3 Oct 1870 - d. 10 Jan 1953)
      • wife of W D Nathan Holland
  4. Holland, W D Nathan   (b. 26 Jun 1868 - d. 22 Dec 1943)
      • husband of Sallie A Holland
  5. Lauterbach, Ora Holland   (b. 2 May 1907 - d. 26 Dec 1965)
      • daughter of W D N Nathan & Sallie A Holland
  6. Medlin, Infant   (b. 1938 - d. 1938)
      • son of H H & Eula Medlin
  7. Medlin, Infant   (b. 1942 - d. 1942)
      • son of H H & Eula Medlin
  8. Mitchell, Susan   (b. 3 Feb 1973 - d. 25 Feb 1973)
      • daughter of D J & Ruden Mitchell
  9. Smith, Minnie Holland   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • daughter of W D Nathan & Sallie A Holland
  10. Stancil, George C   (b. 11 Jun 1892 - d. 25 Mar 1968)
      • Pvt Utilities Det WW-I. husband of a Holland daughter


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