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27. Charles Alexander Burks, World War I Draft Registration Card (type C - 12 September 1918), Living in Wilmer, Mobile, Alabama. Employed as a farmer. September 1918. Onlinie, Ancestry.com. Accessed 2007.
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29. “Mamie H. (Toy) Burks Bible page, previously stored in Burks, Rose family Bible.” Files (2): MamieBurksbible1.jpg, MamieBurksbible2.jpg
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31. Tombstone inscription. BURKS, Mamie H., Charles A., Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Henderson County, Kentucky File: mamiecharlesgs.jpg
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35. Toy Family Genealogy written by Mamie Harriett (Toy) Burks
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40. “Bible Record, Family Data, Burks, Rose, Alley, Toy,” The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testament, translated out of The Original Tongues, A.J. Holman & Company, Philadelphia, 1891, Presented to Lucy D. Burks from her mother, Mary Ann Rose, October 1892, later owned by Charles and Mamie H. (Toy) Burks. Handwritten genealogies of Toy family were also found in this Bible., Major portion of Bible in posession of Bobbie B. (Dill) Smith, loose pages held of Elizabeth Walker in Tulsa, OK, Copies in Burks/McKnitt binder and Rose/Cullum binder. Files (6): BurksRosebibletitle.jpg, BurksRosebiblepresent.jpg, BurksRoseBiblebirths.jpg, BurksRosebiblemarriages.jpg, BurksRosebiblemarriagecert.jpg, BurksRosebibledeaths.jpg
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51. “1880 U.S. Census,” Smith Mills, Henderson County, Kentucky, 558D, Lucy Alley household, Online, FHL, www.familysearch.org, Rose/Cullum binder, 5 Apr 2004. File: 1880KYAlleyLucy.jpg
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56. “1850 U.S. Census,” District 1, Crittenden County, Kentucky, pg. 222, family 169, Elijah K. Burks family and Ellen McKnitt, 28 Aug 1850, Online, Ancestry.com. File: 1850KYEBurks.jpeg
57. “1850 Slave Schedule,” District 1, Crittendon County, Kentucky, page 349, Elijah K. Burks household, 1850, Microfilm.
58. “1860 U.S. Census,” Vanderburgh County, Indiana, pg. 767, Elijah Burks family, Microfilm. File: 1860INEBurks.jpeg
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61. Tombstone photo. Elijah K. Burks. Antioch Cemetery, Union County, Kentucky. Taken June 2002 by Maria Troutman. Online at http:www.usgwarchives.org/ky/union/cemeteries/antioch.html Files (2): ElijahKBurks1872.1.jpg, ElijahKBurks1872.2.jpg
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87. Gravestone photo, Charles R. Burks, Jul 13, 1816-Aug 9, 1873, Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Henderson, Kentucky. Photo taken by Bobbie Burks Dill Smith abt. 2001. File: ChasBurksgs.jpg
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94. “1830 US Census,” Washington County, Kentucky, Richard Burks family, online, Ancestry.com, 26 Sept 2008. Files (2): 1830KYRBurks.jpeg, 1830KYRBurks2.jpeg
95. Tombstone photo. Jane L. Burks. Born June 26, 1791, Died Oct 22, 1862. Thomas Church Burying Ground. Washington County, Kentucky. Photo taken by Karen Caldwell. Posted on Myfamily.com Van Cleaves site on Nov 4, 2008. File: JaneBurksTS.jpg
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97. “Photo, Richard Floyd Burks, L to R, Molly Burks, Richard Floyd Burks, Jr., Florence Burks, girl on steps Mary Pearl Burks.,” taken about 1892, Deborah Baxter Jackson <frogtown1979@gmail.com>. File: RFBurksOnPorch2.jpg
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102. Burks-Clayton Family Feud of 1884: A Dark Family Secret Brought to Light, by Deborah Baxter Jackson, Clayton, Alabama. File: burkspage.pdf
103. “Gravestone photo, N.E. Burks and W.W. Burks,” N.E. 24 Jul 1856-16 Feb 1861, W.W. 15 Apr 1862-23 Nov 1863. File: NEandWWBurksgs.jpg