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I was so thrilled when I found this site on the computer.  There were 10 children in my family, with one set of twins.  My sister, Annette Williamson Hardy has a twin buried in Sandy Bayou Cemetery.  His name is Phillip Anan Williamson and was born on June 12, 1941 and died on September 19, 1941.   On Oct. 7, 2004, we had a head stone put down for him.  I am attaching a couple of photos.  The lady standing by the headstone is Annette.  You will note that there are two pieces of angle iron.  When Anan was buried, my parents didn't have enough money to buy a head stone and this was the way the grave was marked.  We had a hole drilled in the headstone so we could keep the pieces of angle iron in place.  Daddy had also planted a tree at the head of his grave but the last ice storm got it.   

Thanks again to you and all the others that have put this on the computer.  It inspired me to adopt a cemetery near where I live.  

Judy Williamson Jones    

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