|K Lemons (#46923092)|
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I have been researching my various trees for about 20 years. Primary surnames are Lemons, Maxey, Furman and Eddy.|
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|Summer Elizabeth Ball||Delilah Ann Lemons McCall|
I am assuming that your are related to Delilah Ann Lemons McCall (1856 - 1919). She was married to my 2nd great grand uncle, Thomas Lafayette McCall. His brother, John Fletcher McCall is my 2nd great grandfather. John Fletcher McCall's daughter, Florence Elizabeth Hays is my maternal great grandmother. How are we related? Please check out my profile.
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|J Spencer||Jo Weaks|
First Husband added. Thank You very much for sending. I also noticed I did not have the death date, I added it. Thanks again.
|J Spencer||Jo Weaks|
|Scott and Renee||RE: Liming Cemetery, Joplin VA|
This is all step family for me. If you check the comments sections you may be able to contact a direct relative that would know more than I.
|Rick Lawrence||RE: George W Lemons #52498595|
Good Afternoon and thank you for the note about George Lemons.
The civil war info on him and his brother James is found on the net. The first place is to look for Arkansas Union Cavalry units in Arkansas (Company E, 3rd Arkansas Cavalry). You can also goggle search the roster of the 3rd Arkansas Cavalry (Union) and you will find info on George and James as well as one of the Parkers.
Family stories that have been passed down to me (my mother was a Parker) about Nancy Lemons Parker migrating with her brothers George and James and the Parker family she had married into. No one remembered what happened to her husband Franklin Parker other than they thought he was buried on a creek bank in Arkansas. He was alive at least until 1853 when he fathered his only daughter Mary in Arkansas in 1854. After this, there is no other record that I have ever been able to find about him. below is a link to Nancy Lemons Parker.
I talked once to a Lemons descendant (out cannot remember who) who stated my believe about the Lemons/Parker migration from Gibson County, TN to Yell & Scott Counties, AR was correct. I have also researched other old families who lived in the Yell county area where my family lived and learned they too, came from Gibson County, TN. This same person told me she believed George, James and Nancy's mother was named Mary but no proof was given and I have not been able to make a link to anyone in the Lemons or Parker line prior to the three siblings or my Parker's (except that the Parker line came from North Carolina prior to going to Tennessee).
I hope some of this helped and if you find other info on this line, PLEASE let me know!
Cordially from a distant relative,
Rick Lawrence, MSgt., USMC/USAFR (RET)
|Jerry W. Ferguson||James H. Lemons #140963105|
Send me a request if you would like for me to transfer James H. Lemons to your name. Do you know if he has a monument. I'm working on taking photos at Parks Cemetery, Nola, Scott Co, AR.
|Lynn Miller||RE: Thanks for the photo's|
Just FYI, I forgot I had the photo for Irma Lemons also and uploaded it today.
|G Brown||Devard Lemons photo request|
Please check the name on the gravestone, it is slightly different, but I'm pretty sure this is the correct grave for this man.
Added by G Brown on Jan 20, 2015 3:24 PM
Updated the Memorial Page with the information you provided. Sorry it has taken a little bit longer than normal for me to do this.
Added by Thomas on Dec 29, 2014 7:49 PM
|bill schultz||Violet Gipson (Gibson)|
Just posted Violet Gipson and William Sr. Gipson. You have the memorials under Gibson. Make a memorial for William Sr. and I will post his photo in his memorial. His dates are on his headstone I posted with Violet. Didn't find William Jr. by them.
Will check again next time I go there.
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