I was looking over my Striplin's Chapel records and found these listings:
Lola C. Harden b.1885-1902 dau. of RC and ME Mrs. Sis Argo Harden b.1855-1947 and they are buried next to the Meeks family: Meeks-Ollie, W.M., DM, Henry, HM, LM, all seem to be children who died before maturity or within a couple years. Then parents, William T.(Tom)1875-1930 and wife Ella Cumbee1884-1943.
Also elsewhere in the cemetery there is an A.J. Meeks b. 1876-1927 and wife Carrieb.1878-1930
Then I found this: Pine Thicket, Cleburne County, Alabama 1880 Source:FHL Film 1254008 Natl Archives Film T9-0008 Page 182D
Thomas J. WALLACESelf age 47 AL Occ: Farmer Fa: SCMo: GA Nancy WALLACEWife age 40 SCOcc: Keeping HouseFa: SCMo: SC Nancy J. WALLACEDau age 14 ALOcc: At Home Fa: ALMo: SC Louiza W. WALLACEDau age 12 GA Occ: At Home Fa: ALMo: SC Harvy S. WALLACESon age 10 AL Occ: At Home Fa: ALMo: SC Narsissa A. WALLACEDau age 8 AL Fa: ALMo: SC George A. M. WALLACE Dau (?) age 6 GA Fa: AL Mo: SC Martha E. MEAKSSDau age 26 GA Occ: House KeepingFa: GAMo: SC Thomas J. MEAKSSon age 6 GA Fa: AL Mo: GA
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