Note: Before he died, Loranza Dowell (Dow) Boggs requested permission from his first cousin, Monroe Boggs, to be buried on a hill overlooking Monroe's home place. Of course, Monroe let Dow be buried there as he had requested. There is only one other grave located in that burying place, and that is the grave of Alex Milburn Boggs, son of Dow and Frankie. Frances Elizabeth Brummitt Boggs was affectionately called "Aunt Frankie" by all the people who knew her, and that included almost everyone around Pound, Virginia and Jenkins, Kentucky. Aunt Frankie was a petite woman and wore her dark hair parted in the middle and pulled into a bun at the back of her head. Her trademark was the string made of rather large beads which she always wore around her neck. She loved to travel and visit and was a regular attendee at the Old Regular Baptist meetings.
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