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luckysitsinback (#47264473)
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Linda Wallis
34805509
She married her first husband on the 24th of September 1889 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. His name was William H. Woolworth. He was born in about 1867. That is all the information I have on him.

Added by Linda Wallis on May 01, 2016 4:16 PM

Linda Wallis
RE: 34805509 Maude Shaver Barnes
Maude was married twice. According to the 1900 census records, her first husband had already died. At that time they were living in Texas. It is possible that she was buried in Texas to be near her first husband, with whom she had a child.

In addition. Bossier Parish, Louisiana and Harrison County, Texas are only 59 miles apart. It is also possible that Maude and Melville purchased grave plots in Texas while they were still living there.

Added by Linda Wallis on Apr 23, 2016 12:52 AM

Mary Crawford
Regarding Waddill infants
What I have in my tree is that Julia Bell was the second wife of William G. Waddill. His first wife was dead by the time the unnamed infant was born. Wish we had a name of the infant.

Added by Mary Crawford on Apr 18, 2016 2:41 PM

Midnightdreary
RE: Julia Dean Willis #70806497
FYI: My understanding is that hyperlinks within famous bios are not accepted.

Added by Midnightdreary on Apr 18, 2016 10:10 AM

Midnightdreary
RE: Julia Dean Willis #70806497
No, I'm afraid I can't edit famous biographies, even ones that I have contributed. The sibling links are supposed to be generated automatically by the web site so I don't know why it isn't in this case. And please be sure if you are linking that you correctly spell "Fanny" (not "Fannie", as you have been writing).

Added by Midnightdreary on Apr 18, 2016 8:35 AM

Midnightdreary
RE: Julia Dean Willis #70806497
I'm not sure what you're asking. I can't edit a famous biography, including the one for Fanny Fern. Fern is mentioned in Julia Dean Willis's listing.

Added by Midnightdreary on Apr 18, 2016 5:28 AM

charles klingel
RE: 323228964
They were on the way to Illinois William Gillham Waddle was born in Miss. he is on find a grave I have posted his will he was also married twice.

Added by charles klingel on Apr 09, 2016 8:09 PM

charles klingel
RE: 323228964
Sarah Gillham married William Waddle he died about 1802 Miss. she married John Jarvis Jr. after his death she married Lloyd Belt 11 Nov. 1824 1837 she married Parham Randle Sarah Jane Waddle married Nelson Colean.

Added by charles klingel on Apr 08, 2016 8:46 PM

Robin Brent
Wadill edits at King
I will be more than happy to make your edits or if you're related to these people transfer them. I came across a cemetery inventory for King cemetery when researching my 2x greats (Brents) who are buried there. Just let me know. Robin

Added by Robin Brent on Apr 07, 2016 8:12 AM

Goddess
Rachel Griffitts 96321278
Thank you for the link to Rachel Waddell Griffitts' parents.

Are you a family member?

Debbie

Added by Goddess on Apr 01, 2016 8:18 AM

Chas Pelham
RE: Thomas T. Walker family
Has a request for a link been requested? I think the DOB and DOD of one or more need to be reviewed.

Added by Chas Pelham on Feb 22, 2016 6:35 AM

Chas Pelham
RE: Thomas T. Walker family
You are so welcome....
cp

Added by Chas Pelham on Feb 21, 2016 5:38 PM

MGlazeHart
RE: Thomas Glaze b1799 #47352593
Thanks, I haven't added spouse & children to Matilda Glaze yet. So that is why I didn't know who Phelps was. Thanks for the info. I will try to search him and see if we can find out more about him.
Marjorie

Added by MGlazeHart on Feb 10, 2016 9:47 PM

MGlazeHart
RE: Thomas Glaze b1799 #47352593
Glad we both got those two Thomas Glaze's figured out. Thank you for your help. Is it Phelps Glaze your are looking for or is Phelps the surname who married a Glaze? I just looked in my database and I don't have a Phelps listed.
Blessings
Marjorie

Added by MGlazeHart on Feb 10, 2016 9:22 PM

MGlazeHart
RE: Thomas Glaze b1799 #47352593
Thank you so much. I will take a look at it tomorrow.
Glad the snow wasn't bad for you. We did get a dusting of snow that showed up in spots.
Marjorie

Added by MGlazeHart on Feb 08, 2016 11:23 PM

MGlazeHart
RE: Thomas Glaze b1799 #47352593
Might be easier to put the URL here. Then I can copy and paste it in the browser.
I looked over the material you put on last night and went to URL you left. I am familiar with the Haas research. However, I have found some of it to have a lot of questions. The censuses that I use in my research are from ancestry.com and I always look at the originals that are posted and never take the transcription that someone else did. I find a lot of spelling errors in transcriptions this way as well as age errors and name errors. I found one that actually had an underage girl as the mother of several underage children. She was actually the sister of them and their parents were listed on the very bottom of the previous page and it wasn't carried over and noted on the next page. So the transcriber made huge mistakes. My policy is always to look at the original document. I do that for marriages and deaths as well if they are available. I do believe that it will take a while to sort out the Thomas Glaze's. Another names I have seen mixups in are Nathaniel Glaze versus Nathan Glaze, & Samuel Glaze. These names, and others, were used many times in each generation. Plus the fact that many of them lived in same states of Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana. Sorry of this confuses you more. We just have to keep searching anything we can find.
Marjorie

Added by MGlazeHart on Feb 08, 2016 7:17 PM

MGlazeHart
RE: Thomas Glaze b1799 #47352593
So far no blizzards here in Kansas. Never know from one day to the next.
Thanks.
Marjorie

Added by MGlazeHart on Feb 07, 2016 8:32 PM

MGlazeHart
RE: Thomas Glaze b1799 #47352593
Yes, I agree. I have pondered and searched on these two Thomas Glaze's and then sometimes I just have to put them aside and post what I know using records and not other family trees. I am not one to use other family trees as sources. I want to have a record if at all possible. Thanks for keeping me in mind for these Glazes and If I find anything else, I wlll also let you know.
Blessings,
Marjorie (MGlazeHart).

Added by MGlazeHart on Feb 07, 2016 8:09 PM

MGlazeHart
RE: Thomas Glaze b1799 #47352593
I have been searching and verifying my lines my the Glaze family. I have not found any information concerning Matilda Dallas being a wife of Thomas Grant Glaze son of David E. Glaze & Susannah Norman.

I believe researchers have mixed up these two Thomas Glaze's. Here is information that I have so far.

Thomas Grant Glaze was born 24 Jun 1799 the son of David E. & Susannah 'Norman' Glaze. David E Glaze was the son of Benjamin & Catherine 'Collins' Glaze.
Thomas Grant Glaze married Parmelia Rhodes (1809-1887) ca. 1828. (I so far have no record of this marriage year. Just going on the birth year of the first child.

According to the 1850 Census for Goshen, Lincoln County, Georgia;
Thomas G Glaze (51) & wife Permelia (41) are living in Goshen, Lincoln County, Georgia. Thomas is a Planter. They have 8 children at home:
Jane D (21), David E (18 ), Sarah A (15), Elanor A (12), Thomas R (9), Alexander N (7), Permelia L (5), & Otis P (2)

According to the 1860 Census for Lincon County, Georgia:
Thomas G Glaze (61) & Permelia (50) are living in Lincoln County where he is a farmer. They have 5 children at home: Thomas (20), Alexander (17), Permelia (14), Otis (11), & Mary (7).

According to the 1870 Census for Lincoln County, Georgia:
Thomas G Glaze (70) & Permelia (61) are living in Goshen, Lincoln County where he is a farmer. Two of their children are living at home: Permelia L (24), & Mary E (16).

Information for Thomas Glaze, son of Thomas Glaze & Amelia 'Millie' Frazier shows he was born in 1803 and married Matilda DALLAS 18 Feb 1823 in Lincoln County, Georgia, (found in Georgia marriages to 1850). Census for them show that their children are Houston, John, Mary, Anderson, Ann, Orra, Jane, Martha, Susan, Neomi, Lucretia, & Levina, Louisa. After Matilda's death in 1877, (She was buried in Forest, Scott County, Mississippi - where they were living at the time of her death. Her gravestone was photographed in Hillsboro Baptist Church Cemetery, Hillsboro, Scott County, Mississippi. In 1880 census Thomas was living with his son Houston Glaze & his wife.

Hope this helps.
Marjorie GlazeHart Gisi (MGlazeHart)

Added by MGlazeHart on Feb 07, 2016 7:41 PM

Marsha
William Milam
Thanks for the information on the most likely location of William Milam's burial. I've moved his memorial to the same cemetery as his wife.

Added by Marsha on Jan 23, 2016 10:17 AM

Barb Stewart Johnston
RE: Benjamin Talbot
barbaralsj@hotmail.com
Thanks!

Added by Barb Stewart Johnston on Dec 12, 2015 2:10 PM

Barb Stewart Johnston
Benjamin Talbot
I would love to have this information - please email it to me at your convenience - Thanks!

Added by Barb Stewart Johnston on Dec 12, 2015 8:06 AM

T.V.F.T.H.
Mary Ann Parton / Ann Parton
Hi,

I believe these are 2 separate individuals, based on their death dates.

Thanks

Added by T.V.F.T.H. on Jul 21, 2015 3:15 PM

1414Jan
Peter Parton

Thanks for your query - correct father now attached

Cheers

Added by 1414Jan on Jul 03, 2015 11:45 PM

Larry J Mooney
RE: Susan Mooney
please contact me at larry.mooney@hotmail.com

Added by Larry J Mooney on Mar 28, 2015 7:14 PM

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