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Church of Christ Cemetery Also known as: Eagle Lake Cemetery: Eagle Lake, Polk County, Florida

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  • William Willard Mathews (1907 - 1989)
    Updated 9/21/2019(CLM) Photo is from from 1983 celebrating 50th Wedding Anniversary// W.W.Mathews was born in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carol...
  • Audrey Lee Mathews (1917 - 2008)
    Updated 1/18/2020(CLM)Photo is from from 1983 celebrating 50th Wedding Anniversary. Granny was born in South Central Tennessee, and moved to Central Florida soon after. It should be pointed out that th...
  • William David Mathews (c.1875 - c.1955)
    Updated 5/18/2019(CLM): David as far as I (CLM) knows was a handy man/migrant farm worker. In the last decade of his life he came to live with the family, yet never spoke of his family. I made a mistak...
  • Sarah Letitia Mathews (1877 - 1952)
    Updated 3/16/2018(CLM): that I know is Sarah was not a very nice person and tried to cause Granny problems. As she was being taken to the hospital she wrote "I love Audrey". She is buried in the Church...
  • Lillian Ella Mathews (c.1896 - c.1939)
    Updated 4/22/2016: W.W.Mathews oldest sister . She passed away from Ovarian Cancer. Find A Grave#149400564Note: I asked my Father's oldest Sister Rheba (Mathews) Stancliff B:1936 about this Aunt. Aunt ... Cemetery notes and/or description: It's proper name is Church of Christ Cemetery, yet is is commonly known as the Eagle Lake Cemetery by the 'older folks'. Off US-17 on Cemetery Rd. south end ot town Eagle Lake Church Of Christ 265 N 3rd St, Eagle Lake, FL, 33839 +1(863)-293-2190 NOTE: There is a man in the Mathews Burial Plot that is not a member of the family.Moreover,the story is a man from New York(City or State) came to Eagle Lake.Furthermore, this man was either a member of the Church of Christ or knew a member. Also,the man had T.B or cancer or both. The man was place in his grave between 1930-1939 when Great Aunt Lillian passed away in 1939. The papers were either misplaced or lost.

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