Harmon family history I think I used your e-mail once and got a mailer demon. I am trying to get some information about my G-mother Lottie Harmon Nease' the Harmon side of the family. I just discovered recently that my 2xGreat grandmothers name was Eaks. You must be some relation to either Cora or Charles which are the other two survivng children. I know Cora married my g-fathers twin Charles but I do not know who Charles Harmon married.
FAG memorial #79322176 Are you kin to William Middleton Find A Grave #79322176 ? If not I would ask for you to transfer him to me as I am his 2nd great grandfather. I am David Richard Middleton, jr's eldest living granddaughter. My father was Thomas Lee Middleton. I truly would like to manage his find a grave memorial. Thanks for the consideration of my request.. Martha (Mardi) Middleton-Odom
Re: Standford Dunlap family Ann, Tonight, I spoke with James Barton Dunlap, in regards to the Dunlap family. My husband, Jim Mills, is related to him thru Standford Dunlap, his great-grandfather. His grandmother is Ava Dunlap Smith and his mother is Bonnie Smith Mills, so he is "twice removed". Hope this makes sense. Warmest regards, Mari Mills
John Abshire I don't know if you like proof or documentation. Have you ever looked at the Bureau of Land Management records? If not go to BLM GLO on the internet. Search for John Abshire in Lawrence County, Illinois. It will bring up the location of the farm and you can access the document transferring ownership to "the minor heirs of John Abshire". It lists Sophia, John and William Abshire. With the information you have on the 1850 Census it pretty much confirms that John is definitly the husband of this Mary Abshire. Furthermore it tells you this is his bounty for serving in the War of 1812. It also tells you he was in the 7th Regiment which was a North Carolina Regiment. You may already now this but I was excited to find it yesterday.