|Martha Segrest Dickey (#47929717)|
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Will take photos in Tuskegee, Alabama's Drakeford Cemetery. |
I don't live near there but go there once or twice a year.
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|Otis Fuller||Nancy, d/o Jacob Segrest|
Jacob Segrest's daughter, Nancy, married Thomas Jefferson Mobley.
Daughter Sarah Elizabeth Mobley married Rev. Joseph Thomas Abernathy. The Mobley's go back to Reuben Mobley of GA, then Edward Mobley of SC. I believe the Mobley's were earlier from Maryland or perhaps Delaware.
|Otis Fuller||RE: Jacob Segrest|
I have read that Rev, Jacob Segrest's wife was Rachel Munger of Orangeburg, SC.
If you email me at email@example.com, I can send you the Segrest Tree going back some generations to a Henry Segrest.
Also, in the book: "The History of Methodism in Alabama and West Florida," by Rev. Anson West, you will find several pages on Jacob Segrest and also on my Rev. Joseph T. Abernathy.
Rev. Jacob Segrest preached at Hanover Methodist Church, in Hanover AL, and was a mentor of Rev. Jos. Abernathy, who preached there until his untimely death from typhus, in 1859.
|Janette Peeler Neill||RE: mother of Marshall Manning Wade|
No, I don't have parents for Florence Lucinda Ivey. I had not heard about the Cherokee connection. I don't know where she and Davis are buried. I do know it is not Lyerly Cemetery as is listed in some records. I corresponded with a lady who lived there and had the original listing of burials for Lyerly and she stated that Davis Caleb Wade or Lucinda or Tryphenia (2nd wife) were not listed. Some in my family think they are buried in the Wade Cemetery where Robert Henley Courts Wade & Nancy Davis are buried but I have no record of this.
So how are you related to Marshall Manning Wade/Sinthia Ann? They were my great-grandparents on my mother's side.
Great to hear from you. Janette
|David Mitchell||RE: Thank you for Segrest graves registry|
Spent a lot of good times at Wayside, Georgia when Henry & Florida came to see my grandmother Jane Woodall Bryant.
|Doris Sanders||Elnora Frances Dallas Massey|
Thank you so much for the photos of Elnora's memorial marker.