|William G. Latham Jr. (#46881253)|
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My name is William G. Latham Jr., and I have worked on Genealogy Research for over 28 year's. I enjoy doing research, and visiting old cemeteries. And enjoy helping other's with their own Ancestor's. Please use the edit button if you find any mistakes, or corrections! I'll be happy to help anyway I can. I'm sure you will also enjoy viewing this website, and want to start your own page! Add your ancestor's today. If you find any mistake's, just let me know, I'll be sure and fix any mistakes.
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|Patricia Dacus||RE: Latham Families of Montgomery Co., Miss.|
There are some Latham family articles and many references to the Lathams in other family articles. Give me a couple of days to get back with specifics. I don't know if these are the Latham men you are researching but will send you everything anyway. I also have "The Families of Choctaw County". This goes back to before Montgomery County was formed and there are Lathams in there also. My email is email@example.com. Please send me an email so I will have that and will send everything in emails or attachments. Looking forward to helping if possible. Pat
|Patricia Dacus||Mary "Polly" Hunt Braswell|
I have submitted an edit request to link Polly to her parents who are buried in Barkers Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Honea Path, Anderson County, SC. A few years ago I helped my cousin Carol Hunt research her ancestors and she visited their graves in SC. She is descended thru their son William Sanders Hunt and his wife Amanda Braswell.
Also, I am confused by the tombstone of Anderson Braswell and Betsy Braswell in Poplar Creek Nations Cemetery in Montgomery County, MS. Anderson Braswell only had one wife, Polly who he married in 1841 in SC before they moved to MS, and she died in 1872. The grandchildren erected the tombstone years later and I assume they mistakenly had Betsy put on the stone and the death year of 1870 instead of 1872.
|John S||ara shaw shaffer ancestors|
Hi William, in her description, you wrote that Ara Ethel "Shaw" Shaffer was the wife of Allen Frederick Shaffer. She was the daughter of James K. & Martha Caroline (Leverett) Shaw. Granddaughter of Archibald W. & Edney Shaw of Choctaw County, Mississippi.
I am also descended from Archibald and Edney Shaw through another child. I was wondering how you obtained the information of lineage tracing to Archibald and Edney, and if you have any other information concerning them.
Added by John S on Aug 27, 2016 2:13 PM
This is my 2nd message to you Walter. Both concerning Joel Joines. He also was NOT a son of Julie Ann Gordon? Joines. The 1820 Census shows Thomas Joines wife as being in the same age range as he was. Both he and his wife are in the 26-45 age range. And Julie Ann would have only been 20 years old in 1820. Per census records from 1830 to 1870, she gives the year of 1800 as her year of birth. Except on the 1870 Giles Co it appears to be 77 but it appears to me to say she was 71 & not 77. Check for yourself, by checking the other 7s the census taker has listed, plus the other 1s on that same page. I believe that George W. Joines was Thomas & Julie Ann's first born child in 1822. Joel,[1811-1890] & Rebecca Joines Hickman, [1813-1845] were his first two children, there were more listed, but not yet identified or died young? Darlene White Cole, or SuzyQ
Added by SuzyQ on Aug 24, 2016 3:06 PM
|Joan Johnson||Annie Stephens Stevens - 56954320|
Sorry to bother you again. Annie Stephens married Jesse Warren Stevens 1888.Could you make spelling corrections for them and their children please. Thank you so much for your help with this.
Joan Stevens Johnson
|Joan Johnson||Jesse Warren Stevens|
56954136 - Jesse Warren Stevens.
This is my Great Uncle and I was wondering if you could change the spelling of his last name. Really appreciate all your help.
|Nellie Ainsworth||Mary Martin|
Could I get you to transfer Mary Martin to me? She is my Great grandmother. My #47908335. Thank you very much. Her #68239391
|Sherry Jones||Davin Nicholson Quinn|
David Jr. was my second great grandfather. He did NOT die in 1863. He married twice: Missouri E Dumas who died in childbirth with **Lillian my g-grandmother. He then married Goldena Coats 21 Apr 1873 Hinds Co., Mississippi and left 4 more children.
**His first daughter Lillian Eustacia Quinn[per Family bible] [She changed her name to Lillian Dumas Quinn after her mother.]was born in 1870 Greenville, Miss. lived in Chelsea, OK after her husband died until she died in 1958. My mother knew her VERY well!
|Tina Brooks||RE: John Wesley Brooks|
I understand what you wrote but a father can't die 2years before the son is born! Your research is wrong on M.R Brooks
|Betty Rawlings||Thomas Caradine Family|
Hello, I am Betty Fredrick Rawlings. My parents were James Andrew Fredrick & Vina Bradshaw. they were from Neshoba Co. moved to Newton Co. My grandfather was Elisha John Fedrick and Mary Ann Victoria Caradine. James F. Caradine ( 1803- 1880) was married to Rebecca Malone Myers in Leake Co. I cannot locate his grave.or hers.Thomas Caradine ( 1750-1820) was married to Elizabeth Grant was from the Greenville SC area.
I am most anxious to leave a genealogy to my grandchildren. I am last and oldest left in my family and no one to ask! I have found some Caradine in Clay Co, but need to fill in the puzzle.
Thank you in advance for your assistance. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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