Thanks for your message. However, there is no proof whatsoever that Penelope Frizzle Albritton was buried in the Taylor/Liberty Hill Cemetery in Union Parish. I grew up in that church (Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church), the same one that Enoch and Penelope's children George W. Albritton and Lavincy Albritton Lee and her husband Martin B. Lee attended. The church was formed in 1847 and since Penelope lived there for a while in the 1850s, she probably attended services there too. My father has been the pastor of that church since 1961.
The only early Albritton tombstones are George W. Albritton's and Martin B. Lee's and his wife Lavincy Albritton Lee. Penelope had no marker in that cemetery until 1992:
Back in 1991 and 1992, several of my relatives started replacing damaged tombstones in that cemetery and placing markers for people known or believed to be buried there. They did a marvelous job, although some of the dates on markers they placed are incorrect.
They placed a marker for Penelope Frizzle Albritton there beside her son George W. Albritton, even though we don't know when or where she died. There was an Albritton book published in 1977 by Fran Lomas, I think called "Book of Albrittons". That book stated that Penelope died in Union Parish after 1850, but later research showed that in 1860 she was living in Wilcox Co AL. My cousins did not know of this research.
Had they asked me, I would have discouraged them from placing a marker for her since we have no idea exactly when or where Penelope died, or else I would have suggested that it say on the marker "died in Wilcox Co AL or Union Par LA". But they didn't ask me!
I will point out that there are other errors on some of the modern Albritton markers from Liberty Hill/Taylor Cemetery. At the same time Penelope's marker was placed in 1992, markers were placed for George W. Albritton's two Fowler wives and his sister-in-law Samantha Fowler Scarborough. My cousins put "Elizabeth Fowler" as his first wife, even though the death certificate of George W. Albritton's son stated his mother was "Milly Fowler". So it is unclear which Fowler was first married to GW Albritton, Elizabeth or Milly. Next, the birthdates of the second wife, Sarah Ann Fowler Albritton and the sister-in-law, Samantha Fowler Scarborough, are mixed up. The precise birthdates were recorded in the Fowler Family Bible, but they are incorrect on these markers.
I hate to seem overly critical, but I don't like for incorrect information to be posted on the internet.