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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Tombstone Tuesday–Lucy Morris Brock

Lucy Morris Brock
b. 13 July 1822
d. 4 Jan. 1887


Lucy Morris and her sister Sarah married bothers Alsey and Hezekiah Brock.

Alsey Brock and his wife Lucy are my 2nd great grand Uncle and Aunt.
His brother Hezekiah and his wife Sarah are my 2nd great Grand Parents.

Lucy and Alsey were married about 1835. Their firstborn, Charles A. Brock was born on 26 November 1836. Then their only other child, a son, Pleasant A. Brock was born 10 March 1839.
[1] James C. Pigg, Chesterfield County Cemetery Survey; Chesterfield County Genealogical Services, 1995, page 87. Tombstone of Lucy Brock; 13 July 1822–4 January 1887, St. David's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Chesterfield County, South Carolina.
[2] Jim Tipton, Find A Grave, digital image,; Headstone for Lucy Brock; (3 July 1822–4 January 1887); Memorial # 52861237; Record of the Old Saint Davids Episcopal Church Cemetery; Cheraw, Chesterfield County, South Carolina, USA; Accessed on 12 January 2012.
[3] Land Deed - Lucy BROCK to W. T. POWELL; Deed Book #5; Page(s) 782-785; Register of Deeds; Chesterfield, Chesterfield County, South Carolina; 23 July 2012.
[4] James C. Pigg, Cheraw/Chesterfield District Wills, 1750-1865 &: Abstracts from the Court of Common Pleas 1823-1869 (Washington, D.C.: self-Published, 1995), #37 Pegues, T. E. B. vs W. W. Campbell & Alsey Brock - Bill to foreclose mortgage & c 1855.

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