The Lee Sumrall to whom you refer is not my late Father, Lee Oscar Sumrall.He did not reside in Mississippi after 1903.None of the data which you have applies to him.He was the son of Issac and Mary Catherine.He was married only once:to my mother, Stat McMullen of Stonewall ,La. There were five children in my family and my father's two half=brothers ( Woodrow and Ernest) lived with us much of the time during their childhood. They stayed for some time in the Masonic Orphanage at Alexandria.Both went to LSU and ran off to join the Navy.Both were at Pearl Harbor. They had distinguished careers in tne Navy.Their mother, Leona, moved to Chicago in the early 30's.Aunt Lillian Blackman was my father's sister and we all remained very close. By the by:the Magnolia Cemetary referred to is in East Baton Rouge Parishand in the edge of the old downtown area. Several Civil War Battles were fought through the site.In later years, business grew up around the cemetary. My sister made trips to the site and talked with the records keeper who said that there have been numerous mass graves there--with no record.We have always assumed that he was on a business trip to Baton Rouge since the family owned a drayage business that terminated on the levie in Port Allen ( across the river.) I--and two of my siblings --and thegranddaughter of my later brother-- all live in Baton Rouge.