|John Richardson||RE: family|
Sorry I have not visited my find a grave page in a while. I have been continuously working on my Richardson line and thought I would pass this on to you. I have looked into our John H. Richardson and I have not found anyone who has done research on John Harrison Richardson that seems to agree that he is our John H. Richardson. one lady in Texas who has done extensive research on John Harrison Richardson says that both John Harrison and our John H. were two different people. I am not attempting to dispute information and if there is something you might be able to share that can support our being related to John Harrison Richardson than it would greatly be appreciated. I simply would like to be sure that everything is in order and that all of our Richardson family will have the tools they need to further research our line. Brick walls are very frustrating and unfortunately, John H. Richardson (unless further evidence supporting John Harrison comes along)is a brick wall at this point. regards. John B. Richardson
Added by John Richardson on Nov 28, 2016 2:39 PM
|Mattie Robinson||Williams North Carolina|
James Byrd Williams Sr. was born North Carolina to Seth Williams and Phebe Baskett abt. 1780 His son James Byrd Williams Jr. was born in Tennessee 1817 all migrated to Muhlenberg Co. Kentucky. James Byrd Sr. is my 3rd great grandfather. If you have any info on Seth which maybe James Seth Williams I sure would appreciate it. thanks!my find a grave #48073876
Added by Mattie Robinson on Nov 15, 2016 6:13 PM
|Claudia Knight Miller||Rachel Eleanor Spink Williams|
Thanks for all the information on some of the family of Elijah Williams. He was my great grandmother's father. His wife, Rachel Spink (or Spire) is shown moving to Jacksonville, FL, with Joseph Allen and his wife, Mary Emily Elizabeth Williams in 1884. R. Williams is on Line 24 in the Florida, State Census, 1867-1945 for J J Allen
which I have a copy of on my Miller-Mott tree.
Please check this with your records because if she moved to Jacksonville in 1884, she did not die in 1870's. I plan to visit the Florida Room of the downtown library to check their death records for Jacksonville as soon as I am able. I will post whatever I find.
Thanks, Claudia K. Miller
Added by Claudia Knight Miller on Nov 13, 2016 6:15 PM
|Kimberly McDaniel||Mary (Moss) Longmire FAG #167446319|
Sorry, Mary Moss Longmire in NOT buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery.
She is buried in the LONGMIRE Cemetery in Anderson county, Tennessee.
Please remove her memorial as it is a duplicate.
(I know, it's confusing - - thanks for your help!)
Kimberly Longmire McDaniel
Added by Kimberly McDaniel on Nov 10, 2016 9:22 AM
|Kimberly McDaniel||Elijah Longmire FAG# 167445772|
Sorry, Elijah Longmire in NOT buried in Oak Grove Cemetery.
He is buried in the Longmire Cemetery in Anderson county, Tennessee.
He has a memorial already. Please delete this one.
(I know, it's confusing)
Kimberly Longmire McDaniel
Added by Kimberly McDaniel on Nov 10, 2016 9:18 AM
|Linda Garrett||Find A Grave Memorial# 136225012|
There is another listing of a Mary also by you with different birth and death dates (Find A Grave Memorial# 136212475).
In a book found at:
I found no mention of more than one daughter with the name Mary. Do you have other information to verify there was indeed a second daughter named Mary? I know often when one child died at such a young age another child was given the same name.
The Boone Family
A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF
GEORGE AND MARY BOONE
WHO CAME TO AMERICA IN 1717
CONTAINING MANY UNPUBLICHED
BITS OF EARLY KENTUCKY HISTORY
Biographical Sketch of
DANIEL BOONE, the Pioneer
by One of His Descendants
HAZEL ATTERBURY SPRAKER
THE TUTTLE COMPANY, PUBLISHERS
Added by Linda Garrett on Oct 21, 2016 12:17 PM
|RoJean Williams||George Albert & Margaret P. Barber|
First I want to thank you for everything you did for us and I am so proud of you!
I would like to make a correction but I'm not sure how to go about it. George & Margaret Barber were not buried in the Aransas Memorial Park cemetery in Rockport. They were buried in the Prairie View Cemetery in Aransas Pass, San Patricio Co. They are my Great Grandparents on my Mothers side. Thank you & God Bless.
Added by RoJean Williams on Oct 11, 2016 3:49 PM
|rsfred||RE: James Kay|
Thank you, J B and T Slaydon Williams. I know we all want to have correct records. Sincerely Suzette Frederick (rsfred)
Added by rsfred on Sep 05, 2016 8:31 AM
I may be confused but I have been researching my Kay family, and the James Kay that is the son of Robert and Strother was born in 1761. James Kay did have a son, James Kay that was born in 1787 married to a Clinkscales.
Sincerely Suzette Frederick
Added by rsfred on Aug 27, 2016 1:43 PM
|Kevin K. Slatten||Mary Stockstill|
I am sorry for just now getting back on the computer as work demands and gardening have taken me away from genealogy for about a month. I've transferred Mary Lavinia Knight-Stockstill over to you as I'm sure you can make your appropriate connections.
I really wish you can get in contact with my cousin, Steve Gordon. He is through John Warner line while I am through Joshua, the younger. Steve's mother and my dad are siblings but connect through his dad and my mother. Small world.
Steve has numerous letters from the late 1800's that were written to/by his uncle Lit (a.k.a. "Little" Stockstill).
I wish you the best in your connections and work as well. Hopefully, I will have my own Stockstill line fully connected soon with tombstone pics. Please, let me know if I can assist with anything else on this end (Hancock/Pearl River Counties).
I actually just got back from a weeklong trip to Vinton/Leesville/Sugartown/Oakdale/Gardner, LA areas getting documents and tombstone pics I miss on my previous three trips before so I know how difficult it can be getting to other places of research.
Pearl River County, MS
Added by Kevin K. Slatten on Jun 05, 2014 7:47 PM
|Kyle Collins||RE: Collins Family|
William Thomas Collins and John Marion Miles are brothers. I think they moved to Corsicana, TX together around 1880. I have some questions to ask. I like to do research. I have come up with 6 children for Martha Elizabeth Collins. The oldest is John Alfred Brown (1874 - 1963. I would like to communicate via email, if that is OK with you.
Mine is email@example.com
Added by Kyle Collins on May 22, 2014 11:28 AM
|Kyle Collins||Collins Family|
Please email me. I would like to have a conversation on James M. Collins and Mourning Hollie Fiveash. I have a lot of information on the family. I have search hard for information in Natchitoches Parish for them. I know where the farm was that was sold to support the children. One of the children is my Great Grandfather John Marion Miles Collins. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, Kyle Collins
Added by Kyle Collins on May 21, 2014 8:10 AM
|Chuck Shoemake||RE: landrum|
I have many Landrums in my database on Ancestry. Diboll, Texas, where many of Elizabeth's children ended up, is located maybe 10-12 miles south of Harmony, where Elizabeth and Elijah ended up. I took several pictures at the Brister Cemetery while there and will upload them soon. There are several others on the this website. There are many Pitts and a smattering of Landrums in the Harmony area cemeteries including Harmony, Zavala and Gravel Ridge. Elizabeth's and Linson's daughter Isabel, who married Phillip Vincent West, is my connection to them on my grandmother's Holliman/West side of the family.
Added by Chuck Shoemake on May 17, 2014 11:20 AM
|Chuck Shoemake||Linson B Landrum|
Linson B and Elizabeth Pitts Landrum were my 3rd great grandparents. Elizabeth married my 2nd great grandfather Elijah Shoemake in Angelina County Texas in 1882. She died in the Harmony community, Nacogdoches County, Texas in April 1885. I recently made a trip to Harmony and visited the Brister Cemetery with several of Elizabeth's Pitts descendants. The cemetery is totally overgrown with many headstones dragged into the woods and many others broken or buried. I created memorial 129924775 for Elizabeth based on nothing more than assumption. Family records indicate that her son Ransom M Shoemake was buried in this cemetery in 1894. The cemetery is located about a mile from the old Shoemake homeplace. If you would like to link her Landrum children to this memorial please do so. Chuck
Added by Chuck Shoemake on May 17, 2014 9:05 AM
their father as stated in previous note was John Thomas Parker and mother was Isabella (last name unknown)
Added by CajunPaul on May 04, 2014 4:08 PM
I found no son of Lafayette Parker (son of James B Parker) in my research to date. Though I admit he may have been missed. But my George Parker is not the son of your Lafayette, son of James B Parker. Related yes, but different lineage of same family of John Thomas Parker.
Added by CajunPaul on May 04, 2014 11:55 AM
This George Parker was in fact the son of Lafiette Parker (aka Lafayette Parker) however my Lafiette Parkers father was John Thomas Parker and mother was named Isabella.
James B Parker and that you mention was the brother to my Lafiette Parker.
Lafiette (aka Lafayette) Parker was my Great Great Grandfather on my Mother side. Making George "Baldy" Parker my Great Grandfather.
Added by CajunPaul on May 04, 2014 11:52 AM
|John Richardson||Richardson Pictures|
I have some photos of our great great grand parents - John B. (Tobe) Richardson and Laura Octavane (Lewing)
Added by John Richardson on Jan 18, 2014 10:04 AM
|John Richardson||Richardson Pictures|
Not sure if you have any but a cousin passed some of our Great Great Grandparents.
Added by John Richardson on Dec 22, 2013 11:39 PM
|John Richardson||Richardson Family|
Hello, my name is John and my Richarson line is
Father: John William Richardson who married Beverly Ann Behrend
Grandfather: John Bernon Richardson who married Ruby Ebarb
Great Grandparents: James Pinkney Richardson who married Donnie Belle Walter
X2 Grandparents: John B (Tobe) Richardson who married Larrah Octavine (Ollie) Lewing
I have bits and pieces, some documents and many photos of my Richardson line and always on the lookout for more. I saw you mentioned a Richardson Bible and of course that got my interest. I am also looking to connect with more family along the way and maybe get more pictures and documents.
I am curious, I know that John B (Tobe) Richardson's parents show as John H. Richardson and Katherine on a census. I have also seen where it is said John B. (Tobe) Richardson's parents are John Harrison Richardson and Kathrine Burnett. Was hoping for some help on confirming this bridge. Thanks and nice to meet more cousins. John B. Richardson
Added by John Richardson on Nov 24, 2013 11:40 PM
I'm trying to find out more information about the John Palmer and Mary Cuhusac family of South Carolina. I believe you manage their memorials in the Gravel Hill Plantation Cemetery there.
I think they are my 5th great grandparents. I believe their youngest son, Zemeriah Palmer, was my 4th great grandfather and, his son, Jacob Jabez Palmer, was my 3rd great grandfather. From Jacob, I'm very certain that my gr-gr-grandmother was Eron Belle Palmer, daughter of Jacob's second wife, Amanda Burroughs. There were two children born of this marriage: Eron Belle and Moorman Terrill Palmer.
Eron Belle Palmer married Gideon Elbert Wiginton in Bexar County, Alabama in 1892. Together they moved to Hill County Texas shortly after their marriage. In fact, Gideon may have already set up residency in Texas as that is what their marriage record in our family bible states.
Gideon and Eron moved to Wharton County, Texas in the late 1890s where Gideon was the first postmaster of Hahn, Texas. It was there my great-grandmother Ella Maude Wiginton was born and married my great-grandfather Jesse Prichard Henderson.
I'm trying to get more information about the Palmer branch of my family tree and was hoping you could help me. My email is email@example.com, if you'd like to email me instead.
Thanks in advance,
Added by Juliet Morgan on Nov 05, 2013 9:56 PM
|Scott Hutchison||Wm.W.Lewis-27th Va.-CSA|
If interested,I have a regimental history book on 27th Virginia Infantry. Includes some photos and maps,PLUS thumbnail bio of all members of regiment. $35+$5 postage. Like new,never read.
Added by Scott Hutchison on Aug 21, 2013 5:08 AM
|Janie Healer Davis||Watson Greenberry Lewing|
Mr. Lewing's memorial is yours...blessings!
Added by Janie Healer Davis on Aug 18, 2013 7:51 PM
|storm320||James Henry Landrum|
You should by now have received a message from Find A Grave that I transferred this memorial to you. One of his daughters, Leah Nancy Landrum, married my 1st cousin 2x removed, Frank Dobbins Sewell. That is why I had management of this transferred to me a while back. Being an uncle to you would make him a closer relative of yours that he was to me. I know you will add to this site and make it a fitting memorial to James.
Added by storm320 on Jul 25, 2013 6:31 AM
|Laurie Ann Moore||Transfer done|
You are very welcome, if I can help with anything else, please let me know.
Added by Laurie Ann Moore on Jul 10, 2013 8:59 PM