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0389    STANCIL, ALEX

      Location - Pleasant Grove.


      On the farm of Layton Dupree, son of Claude Dupree and grandson of Alex & Mary Ann Dupree. On SR 1540 between Hwy 210 & SR 1531.

      Compiler: Edna Caudill, 21 May 1974 Compiler.


  1. Dupree, Claude L   (b. 3 Nov 1883 - d. 19 Aug 1967)
      • husband of Eva E Dupree
  2. Dupree, Eugenia   (b. Unknown - d. 18 Oct 1917)
      • aged 78 years. wife of W H Dupree
  3. Dupree, Eva E   (b. 20 Sep 1889 - d. 19 Oct 1917)
      • wife of Claude L Dupree
  4. Dupree, Viola May   (b. 7 Dec 1913 - d. 7 Jan 1916)
      • daughter of C L & E E Dupree
  5. Dupree, W H   (b. Unknown - d. 6 May 1920)
      • aged 79 years. husband of Eugenia Dupree
  6. Stancil, Alex   (b. 28 Aug 1855 - d. 30 Mar 1910)
      • husband of Mary Ann Stancil
  7. Stancil, Cecila Corinna   (b. 27 Oct 1895 - d. 5 Apr 1931)
  8. Stancil, Ella Mae   (b. 23 Oct 1887 - d. 14 Jul 1963)
  9. Stancil, Laura Florence   (b. 26 Aug 1885 - d. 2 Mar 1963)
  10. Stancil, Lester   (b. 9 Jul 1893 - d. 15 Jul 1942)
      • husband of Pearl Stancil
  11. Stancil, Mary Ann   (b. 29 May 1866 - d. 9 Jan 1940)
      • wife of Alex Stancil
  12. Stancil, Pearl   (b. 21 Nov 1908 - d. Unknown)
      • wife of Lester Stancil


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