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Sunday, January 21, 2007

Elizabeth Litteral (many spellings)

Sent: Sunday, January 21, 2007 10:09 AM
To: gdl@glenns-world.com
Subject: Littrell

Sir, I am looking for any info that I can find on James and Elizabeth
Littrell, who are buried outside of Willisburg in Washington County,
Kentucky. They are my GGGgrandparents. I believe that they were married in
Garrard County. Their daughter, America married Benjamin Franklin Gardner,
my GGgrandfather. They also had a son, Richard, that I believe, was a
prisoner at Andersonville Prison during the Civil War.
Thanks for any info.
Scott Gardner

Glenn, One set of my GGGgrandparents were William and Elizabeth Litteral
(many spellings) who were married in Garrard County Kentucky. They lived and
raised a family in Washington County and are buried in the Glenns Creek
Cemetery there. Their children were my GGgrandmother America, Richard, who
served in the 6th Kentucky Cavalry during the Civil War and did time at
Andersonville, Allen, who I believe served in the 6th also, Sallie, Patsy,
Louisa, Emma, Martha, and Dalila. I dont have any info on the family any
farther back than John. Would you be familiar with ths branch? Any help
would be greatly appreciated.
Scott Gardner
Also a union man. UFCW at Jim Beam in Frankfort, Kentucky.


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