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Cameron-Ashley Heath (#46896958)
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Bio Photo Direct descendant of Israel Heath and Elizabeth Blue through their son Richard Blue Heath. I have researched and compiled a 600+pg family tree on all 9 children of Israel Heath and Elizabeth (Blue) Heath, and written an oral history of the Heath family migration from VA to MO and points beyond. The original Heath family consisted of 5 sons, 2 daughters. (Joseph, James, Jonas, Zachariah, and Israel, sister Ann Nancy Heath and one unknown sister yet to be found.)

Always happy to hear from other Heath descendants to share and exchange information, collect oral history. I have been working hard on collecting old photographs for preservation of descendants from all 9 children of the Israel Heath line. Please share copies of old photos with me if you are a Heath descendant. I was able to locate photos of two of their original 9 children: a photo of David M Heath, Daviess Co MO and eldest son James Heath. I have placed them on their Find a Grave memorials for Heath descendants to find.
Any PHOTOS I have put on Find a Grave, you are welcome to make 'yours'-I put them there on purpose so descendants can find them. Please ADD any old PHOTOS you may have as well.

If you would like a family memorial here transferred to you for maintenance, please contact me through the normal edit tab on the memorial. I'm happy to do so. I'm not stuck on the 4 generation rule but on who is doing the research and will make nice memorials and maintain them.

I also research the following surnames related to me: John Warren family from Heard Co GA into TX, Thomas C Poor family from Delaware County, Indiana into early Butte MT, Augustus Hessel family from Grand Island, Nebraska.
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snipps
RE: Thank you from WA state
your 'thank you' made my day...all the way from WA state :)
from texas, you are VERY welcome. so glad i could locate for you.
have a wonderful weekend!
~sheila~
Added by snipps on Jan 30, 2016 7:58 AM
Bret Nicewaner
Nyswanger Family
Hello Cameron-Ashley , my name is Bret Nicewaner .I live is Springfield,Ohio and John Henry & Catherine are my gggg grandfather and grandmother. I first want to thank you for the pictures you put up on find-a-grave . Also I would like to have my name added to this page as yours is so other people my contact me about the family .Feel free to contact me.
Added by Bret Nicewaner on Jan 26, 2016 12:49 AM
Carol Esbenshade
Albert Heath descendant
My grandparents are Albert and Vesta Anna (Walker) Heath and are both buried in Circleville. I have been interested in the Heath family for years, but living in Lancaster County, PA has made it difficult to do research. This website is wonderful. I was told that Albert's father was James B. Heath, born in 1834 or 1835 in Pickaway County. He married Hannah Brown b. approx 1838, believed to have been born in England. They had 8 children during a very turbulent and abusive marriage and divorced January 7, 1890, which was very unusual at that time. I have a photocopy of the divorce papers filed at the Pickaway County Court House.

The children from this marriage were:
William b. 1859 d.1926, buried in Waterloo Cemetery
Charles b, 1862
David b. 1864
Edward b. 1866
James b. 1868
George "Gogie" b. 1871
Alice b. 1874
Albert b. 1877 d. 1945
Added by Carol Esbenshade on Dec 24, 2015 9:18 PM
Marche Campbell
McComas Heath Family
I am related to this family somehow through my DNA and my mother's, still trying to figure it all out. I just wanted to say WOW what an incredible job you have done with putting all the information on here.
Added by Marche Campbell on Nov 08, 2015 11:30 AM
Avery
Israel Heath and Elizabeth Blue
Thank you for all the info you helped finish my family tree, I am also a direct descendant of Richard Blue Heath. Thank you again for all the info.

Added by Avery on Oct 31, 2015 12:05 PM
CHARLES CUPP
JANNETT BUTLER CUPP
H iCameron-Ashley Heath.
We have been to the Peoria cemetery looking for the grave James Monore Cupp and Jannett Buter Cupp with no luck. A lady that lives near Peoria said the graves are there.
The main reason I am contacting you is:
Wow, check this out! My Grandparents said that Jannett Butler Cupp was in the blood line of the family of George Washington. He did not have any kids of his own. It is the Washington family, like his sister's decedents etc and it is bid deal. There is a group that calls itself the GEORGE WASHINGTON FAMILY. If you find any info on this please let me know.
Sincerely, Charles Cupp
Added by CHARLES CUPP on Aug 26, 2015 5:11 PM
Christine
Bradley Cemetery
I haven't been back there but hope to soon.
Added by Christine on Aug 24, 2015 5:24 PM
Amanda Ritz
Thomas Jefferson Heath
I believe Thomas Heath also had a son, John Heath after serving in the Civil War. My family was told that John Heath was from Monroe County, son of Nancy (Powl) Heath and TJ Heath.

John Heath's information...
Was born Oct. 10, 1843 in Monroe county, O., a son of T. J. and Nancy (Powl) Heath, both living (1894) and came to Marshall county, W.Va., in the spring of 1872. He was married Oct. 16, 1879 in Wheeling, W.Va., to Alvena Newland, born March 8, 1848, in Benwood, W.Va., the daughter of John and Hettie (Jennings) Newland, deceased. Four children were born to this union, Hettie B., Estella E., John W.(our grandfather), and Hazel., Sept. 15, 1862 when 18 years of age as a private in Co. A., 77th O. V. I. He was furloughed in Feb., 1863 for thirty days and returned to Little Rock, Ark. He was again furloughed for thirty days in the spring of 1865 and at the expiration of time returned to Mobile, Ala. April, 1864 he was captured at Mark's Mills, by Kirby Smith and held at Tyler, Texas, ten months. He fought at Mark's Mill and Little Rock and was granted an honorable discharge at Clarksville, Texas, July 19, 1865. His brother, Samuel, served in Co. A, 77th O. V. V. I.
Added by Amanda Ritz on Jun 24, 2015 11:08 AM
Titania
Photos posted
I have posted a photo for the niche plate of John Herbert Perfect, which is shared with his sister's mother-in-law Montana Pearl Stone, at Chapel of the Chimes in Oakland, California.
Added by Titania on Jun 01, 2015 8:11 AM
The Driggers
Ban R. Terrell
Thank you very much for the transfer. I really appreciate your help and thoughtfulness. I have looked for him a long time. I really though he was buried in Hill Country like his daughter, Willie.

Lee
Added by The Driggers on Mar 05, 2015 4:32 PM
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