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Frank Dickerson: Gordon Cabbell was school teacher at Pellyton

Frank Dickerson writes:
Gordon Cabbell was a school teacher at Pellyton school in the twenties when my mother was a student there. He was also a distant relative. Elizabeth Cabbell was my great grandmother; wife of my great grandfather Jesse M. Dickerson. Both are buried in the Pellyton cemetery with grave markers listed as "Dickenson." It seems that we are not sure of our surname.

The composition books would be interesting to see, but I have no wish to have them.

Thanks,
--Frank Dickerson
Comments re article 78549 Joyce Coomer has nine composition books of historic value



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