I live in Sherwood, Arkansas with my wife Margaret. We have been married 56 years and we have our daughter and son for dinner 4 evenings a week. I served full time in the Arkansas Air National Guard and retired with over 41 years. I have searched both sides of mine and my wife's families and am disappointed that I have reached the brick wall at 1829 on my Hilton side.
All of my memorials are of my ancestors except those in the White Antioch Cemetery which is a old primitive abandoned cemetery on federal property. I would be willing to transfer management of any of these memorials to a family member for the asking.
I refuse to put my family trees on the internet because so many people take them and republish them as their own work.
I would be happy to take a photo of someone's memorial, but would have to look at each request as I have Multiple Myeloma and some physical limitations. Just send me a note with as much information as you can.
I noted that you said you were kin the web pages you manage. cool. So you are kin to me.
William Harrison Worthy #62762638 and Mary Francis "Polly" (Respass)Worthy
are my Great-Great-Great-Great GrandParents
I have my family tree going back to England to 1360. Now I am trying to find the graves of everyone. I am trying to find William and Mary son John H. Worthy grave. He was born in 1817 in Putnam, GA. and Mary Margaret Jones on Oct. 10,1838 in Fayette, GA. he was found on the Haralson Co. census in 1860. (I live in Haralson Co. GA.) John H. Worthy passed in 1896 at the age of 79 but I can't find a grave site. Do you know?
Bentley family Hello ! I live near Mars Hill Cemetery in clebubure county Ala and John I Bentley is my great granddad ! I am trying to determine where both he and my grandmother's family moved to the area FROM ??? I noticed you added photos and asking if we are related and if you have any helpful information ? Thank you !!
Definition The ordinals in the terms "first cousins", "second cousins", "third cousins", describe the "degree" of the cousin relationship. The degree of two cousins' relationship is determined by the number of generations to their closest common ancestor. When the cousins are not the same generation, they are described as "removed". The smaller number of generations to the common ancestor is used to determine the degree, and the difference in generations determines the number of times removed.