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Siegler Cemetery
Photographs on this page by Paulette Johnston

Compiled by Lillian H. Harley, Pattie W. Heaton, Lillian D. Kizer
Location: South of S-18-299, known as Old Bell Road, near the Old Adrian Bell Homeplace.

The earliest tombstone found was that of J. A. Bell who died in 1905, which leads us to believe this cemetery was established by the Bells; however, Pattie Weeks Heaton recalls as having seen when a girl many sunken graves which are not visible now. In this case the Seigler family may have been the establishers.

Copyists: Paul Weeks, Pattie W. Heaton, Frances T. Patrick, Mrs. Mattie Lee Carreker, Lillian H. Harley, Clement Gruber.

Date: February 5, 1977

Frances Marie  -  (Wife of
Thomas Adrian Bell)
1909  -  19__

J. A. Bell
Jan 1, 1905
Age 67 yrs.

James C. Bell
Mar. 2, 1881
Feb. 5, 1938

Thomas Adrian Bell
1887  -  1948

Laura F. Fralix
April 28, 1875
March 9, 1941
(w. of Willie H. Fralix)

Wesley B. Fralix
March 5, 1904
May 28, 1944

Willie H. Fralix
Sept. 16, 1870
May 6, 1932

I. M. Seigler
Oct. 12, 1823
Dec. 18, 1907

Obadiah L. Seigler
Feb. 16, 1852
Sept. 2, 1918

Sarah Ann Shieder
Oct. 14, 1854
Nov. 1, 1941

© 1979 Lillian H. Harley, Pattie W. Heaton, Lillian D. Kizer

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