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Woodlawn Community, Liberty Church of Christ and Cemetery by Sandra Puckett (sandrapuckett28@hotmail.com) on 2005-05-15 11:33 p.m.

Skip, on the 27th of April, my sister and I set out to find the land that you described just south of the Liberty Church and Cemetery. It is well maintained and was not hard to find. It was "awesome" to stand where the relatives might have stood, over one hundred years ago. We took pictures and rode down 332 to turn back on 442 left and around back of the land to the Round Oak Cemetery. I was hoping that this was where the folks are buried. Nevertheless, the roads are changed and closed off to the traffic. It seems that the land is used or leased for logging purposes. We had many laughs at the lone, narrow, graveled road. We saw deer and lots of trees. It was fun and exciting and we stayed in Camden for the night. The next morning, we went down 76 from 19 and visited the Poison Springs Confederate Park. That was neat. Thanks for your help. We didn't find where Berry or any of the Beards are buried. Maybe someday...


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