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I have a disease, it's called genealogy. Once you get it there is no cure. My thoughts are that we are all related, just some closer then others. I owe a great deal to others that have helped me so I like to give back when I can.
My mom Beverly loved genealogy and helping others. Now that she is in a better place with our Lord and Savior. Where there in no more pain and suffering! I am trying to carry on her work. I am very proud of the work she did and how she touched so many through her research.
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Alfred Wright Christine - I apologize for leaving the public comment, but there is a question regarding Alfred Wright at Memorial# 17022458.indicated as follows [forgive the ‘caps’, they are to draw specific attention only]:
ALFRED WAS B. 24 DEC 1805 IN KY; D. 180JUL 1876. JEFFERSON COUNTY, IOWA. ALFRED was the son of PHILBERT (PHILLIP) WRIGHT AND NANCY YATES. He married 1st Nancy Pointer. They were the parents of 12 children: George Wesley, Rebecca, Polly Ann, Cornelious, Nancy, Matilda, Martha, William S., Infant Boy, Elizabeth, Columbus C. and Henrietta Wright. He married 2nd 7 Apr 1864 to Elizabeth Gabbert
Family links: Parents: JACOB WRIGHT (1803 - 1894) REBECCA GROCE WRIGHT (1808 - 1876)
The first 'statement' above indicates that Alfred was the son of Philbert Wright and Nancy Yates. However, I believe the error occurred as a result of 2 ALFRED’s which makes the following a bit confusing. These are shown as his [Alfred 1805]'siblings': ALFRED WRIGHT (1805 - 1876) [please note the vast age difference for this Alfred and the one abov. Is is likely that THIS Alfred is Jacob’s brother, Alfred, not his son. The age of the above Alfred [b. 1805] is inconsistent with that as relates to the ‘siblings’ noted below.]
Sons of Jacob and Rebecca's are correctly allocated to them: William Thompson Wright (1828 - 1913) Noah Wright (1830 - 1863) John Laton Wright (1840 - 1923) ALFRED W. WRIGHT (1841 - 1918) T Isom C. Wright (1844 - 1896) Josiah Wright (1849 - 1852)
My primary research [also direct family] is the Philbert Wright family of Maryland and Wright’s later in NC, KY, TN and other ‘migrated to’ places.
Please delete this memorial for my cousin's husband, John William Thompson, Sr, as he is not buried in this cemetery and it is a dup memorial.
He is buried in Greenwood Cemetery and shares a headstone with his wife Elizabeth. Links to his parents (and wife) are submitted on that memorial (so as not to lose the connection to his parents that you have on this one). It also has a headstone photo in Greenwood. # 110795749
RE: 16791894 I don't know if there is a memorial number for Daniel Logue 1864-1890 Married Susanna Statia McKenzie Logue 12-11-1884, their daughter Mary Logue grubaugh #63168418 was my great grandmother. She married Charles Edward Grubaugh 4-6-1903. Her mother is listed but not Daniel. Susanna, my great grandmother's mom's memorial 17714805 Daniel Logue 1864 - 1890 isn't listed as her spouse.
16791894 This is my 4th great grandmother. If you could add her father Daniel Logue 1769-1851, Daniel's father James Logue 1730-1831. I am so sorry to hear about Beverly. If you want you can transfer this to me.