|G. Mounger (#46931367)|
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I am been an avid Geneologist for 20 years. |
I research my families and my husbands families, almost daily.
I am a native Texan and also a native of Collin County Texas, where I have many family lines still in the area.
I am a member of the heritage groups, United Daughters of the Confederacy, and a Daughter of the Republic of Texas. I am also a Civil War Reenactor, and Living Historian.
I am researching:
Bales/Beals/Beales, Phillips, Fowler, Wheeler, Chumley/Chumbley, Cline, Chadwell, Posey, Prince, Neal, Lochridge/Lockridge, Ice, McCreary, Murphy, Fisher, Stover, Roberts, Scalf, Williams, Burris, Crabtree, and many allied families connected to these lines. Smelser, Parker, Shields, just to name a few. These are just some of the lines that mig to Collin, Texas before 1900.
I am also researching my husbands lines of:
Mounger/Munger, Massey, Willcoxson/Wilcoxson/Wilcoxon,Cutbirth,Horn, Morrow, Bailey.
Mount Calvary Cemetery
Old Caddo/Gethemane Cemet...
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Please send me the edits and information to be added. I will get to them as soon as possible. I always do them. I think all that info, is not allowed in the flower section. Thanks!
Added by RoxღEd on May 11, 2016 6:35 PM
|Susan Aduddell||William Hill|
I don't know...I just photographed all the headstones in Kingston and that happened to be one of them. I updated the memorial to add a note saying that the family believes he is buried at Scalf, and added a hyperlink to that memorial.
|Marcia Cirillo||Jane Scalf memorial|
Thanks for the heads up. I deleted the duplicate memorial and added my photo to original.
|kristi monroe||Jennie Mae Scalf Martin|
Jennie Mae Scalf Martin was my great aunt on my mother's side. She is listed on find a grave but she needs to be added as a sibling to Carl Avery Scalf. He was my grandfather. Thank you in advance. Kristi D. Monroe
|Anthony Cook||Hi :-)|
Hi I saw your profile on findagrave.Com for "David Chadwell" captain of the American Revolutionary War. I been doing family research for 4 years now nearly & was possibly hoping to get some help from you. The goal I'm trying to reach is to become a member of the SAR. Already a member of the SCV & SUVCW. The. Connection I have through David Chadwell is on my mother's side of the family. My 4th great grandma's name was Nancy Middleton (9/10/1827-12/1/1913) that was born/lived & died in Harlan County, KY. She married Confederate veteran Benjamin Franklin Cloud (4/8/1826-8/11/1900) in Claiborne County, TN on 5/10/1850 having a few children including my 3rd great grandpa Alexander Cloud (8/1/1854-5/30/1937). Many sources of trees on Ancestry have state that her parents were Walter Middleton and Sarah Turner. The only source I have found to declare that a Walter Middleton is her father's name was on her 1913 death record. Other than that, I can not find anything to determine if thats her biological father. I do know that the Walter Middleton most Chadwell's know lived in Harlan County for many years after leaving Lee County, VA.... his widow's War of 1812 application shows they were married in the year 1817 & we was born in Lee County, VA. The only source I have for him to declare his mother was Mary "Polly" Chadwell is a abstract deed record I saw from 10/12/1797 in Lee County, VA about a gift for Walter Jr. a slave named Issac & the slaves name also appears on her husbands last will from 1795 named also Walter Middleton with the name Mary mentioned as his wife. If this info sounds familiar and you're very certain it's accurate, then the newspaper article of memorial dedicated to David Chadwell from the DAR in 1983 that shows in that article his 8 children. 1 of them being Mary Polly Chadwell and those 2 marriages (Walter Middleton and Benjamin Franklin Cloud). David Chadwell would be my 7th great grandfather. Really hope you can give me some leads to confirm that Nancy Middleton is the daughter of Walter Middleton Jr. Also if you know someone that's a DAR or SAR that has a membership through Walter Middleton & Mary Chadwell I would like to know where I can find that person get that number & use the lineage to save me alot of time. Really hope I can become a member of the SAR. This is the main goal with my research including meeting new relatives.
|Geraldine Brown||Daniel Bales & Sarah Jane Shields Bales|
Daniel & Sarah Jane Bales are my great-great grandparents. Their daughter Salina Ann was my great-grandmother. I live in Cleveland, TN. I have quite a bit of information on the Bales family, but am wondering if you have any information on Sarah Jane Shields family. I do not have the Shields line. If you do, would you mind sharing that with me. I am so thankful you had a picture of Daniel Bales posted. I had never seen one. Do you have a picture of Sarah Jane? I have a picture of Salina Ann. She is buried here in Cleveland with her husband. To post it, I would have to ask if my daughter-in-law can help me do that. Please let me know if you have any information to share, and I will share what I can with you.
|bradley sue howell||mounger|
I tried your email the bells... and it doesn't work. Please email me email@example.com Bradley Sue
|Micheal Briggs||Leonard Williams|
His father has been deleted.
Thank you. But I couldn't do this without people like you and helping me along.
Have a good day.
Added by June on Mar 14, 2016 4:10 PM
|Susan Orr||RE: John and Rebecca Williams wedding date|
Sorry it took so long to answer you. Martha Jane Williams married Pulaski Bell Farley after Nancy Jane Crabtree died. Their daughter, Leatha Margaret Farley married William Thomas Burt, who had my grandfather, James Richard Burt Sr. He married Alice Thompson, and their daughter, Leatha Esther Burt was my mother.
It is my understanding that Martha Jane Williams was the daughter of John and Rebecca Williams. I didn't know if Rebecca had died while they were in Missouri, or she had died after they had moved to Texas. Thank you for leaving message, I appreciate it.
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