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471    WESTBROOK FAMILY

      Location - on Hwy 13 at the intersection with Bryan Rd (SR-1800) near McLamb Rd (SR-1703).


      Directions: From Newton Grove take Hwy 13 West to McLamb Rd (SR-1703). Cross over Interstate 40. The cemetery is on the left at the junction of Bryan Rd (SR-1800).

      Survey compiled by Bradley Lee West, Kenneth Dale Register and Phyllis Jeanette West and published in 2004.


  1. Jackson, Eunice Westbrook   (b. 28 Aug 1897 - d. 13 Sep 1980)
  2. Westbrook, Berta W.   (b. 2 May 1880 - d. 22 Oct 1931)
      • Wife of Joseph Franklin Westbrook.
  3. Westbrook, Donna Victoria Daughtry   (b. 22 Oct 1876 - d. 28 Nov 1936)
  4. Westbrook, Ella J.   (b. 15 Feb 1866 - d. 13 Aug 1909)
  5. Westbrook, John Luther   (b. 1 Nov 1868 - d. 3 Jan 1951)
  6. Westbrook, Joseph Franklin   (b. 25 Dec 1862 - d. 20 Oct 1933)
  7. Westbrook, Joseph T.   (b. 15 Apr 1824 - d. 27 Jun 1910)
      • Married 15 May 1852. Son of Urian and Basheba Westbrook.
  8. Westbrook, Phereba May   (b. 15 Feb 1907 - d. 7 May 1908)
      • Daughter of J. F. and Berta W. Westbrook.
  9. Westbrook, Phreby Eldridge   (b. 15 Mar 1829 - d. 27 Dec 1901)
      • Married 15 May 1852. Daughter of John and Betsy Eldridge. Wife of Joseph T. Westbrook.


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