Blackburn Inventory

Aggie Lee Blackburn Hager and Peggy Sue Blackburn Tussy, Anderson and Polly’s great grandchildren, along with Lorna Hager Justice, Aggie’s daughter, completed an inventory (identified here as the Blackburn Inventory) in July and September of 1989. The inventory is extremely valuable because it included not only data about births and deaths from the stones, but it included additional information about the relationships of individuals.  In addition, they identified some persons buried in poorly marked graves whose identifications might otherwise have been lost.

(L-R) Peggy Sue Blackburn Tussy and Aggie Lee Blackburn Hager compiled invaluable information about cemeteries related to the Hatfield family.