|Sherry (Tackett) Plowman (#46933002)|
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Like a tiny seed|
That fell to earth.
When no one cared
Or knew it's worth.
Through wind and rain
Sleet and snow.
It sprouted roots.
And began to grow.
Now Whoever thought
That you and me.
Would be one branch
Of that mighty tree.
Written by: Colin Ray Jackson
THEY ARE NOT REALLY GONE.
UNTIL WE STOP THINKING ABOUT THEM...
As many of you already know sweet Austin Blake Hundley gained his angel wings May 15 2015. I truly believe that no one losses their battle with cancer. Blake is the ultimate winner. He fought his fight so long & hard that now he is enjoying his prize! He gets to run, dance, jump, sing, tell jokes, play sports & do magic tricks, all in heaven! I'm sure he is living it up!! He went so peacefully & left us with his smile! He is at peace, no more pain, & most of all no more cancer!!
Please if you have time visit this precious little Kentucky Wildcat fan, I have his memorial posted..Thank you very much.
***DO NOT TAKE MY PERSONAL PHOTOS OF MY FAMILY AND PLACE THEM ON ANCESTRY OR ANY OTHER WEBSITES***
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I'm the great great granddaughter of John Montgomery Jr.'s son James H. Montgomery. I've read that his grave might have been moved by a coal mining company and I can't find any reference to it -- a story in The Montgomery Family series by the Magoffin Count Historical Society says he was buried initially by his house near Licking Station. Since I see that you have wonderful family photos but that here is no memorial to James H. Montgomery (1821 - 1890?) because the grave might not be found, I'm wondering if you have any photos of him and his family? I'm working on the family history for my daughter and granddaughters and we have no photos of Montgomery's beyond my great grandfather, James H.'s son, John Montgomery b. 1846. Thank you for all your impressive work on the family on findagrave. I enjoy seeing all of it. Best wishes, Suzanne A email@example.com
|Vickie Loyd||Dicey Stidham Williams|
I am Dicey and Henry's great, great granddaughter and Henry Williams was her second marriage and they were married many years April 18 1875 was their wedding day - until he died of old age then later she met John Marshall Adams and married him until she passed, her first husband marriage ended in divorce, just wanted to make that correction.
|Jim Wierman||Wireman Pictures|
May I have permission to use some of your pictures for my personal genealogy. We have common ancestors in William & Gertrude Seijmans Wierman. I descend from their son Nicholas & you from their son John. I've worked on my branch of the family for over 50 years, but have not added much on your family till recently.
Feel free to use my email address. Thanks so much. Jim Wierman. Atwood, Illinois
|Gennifer Wells (Sizemore)||The Sizemore Clan|
Are you related to the Sizemore's that you posted about? I am curious about where you got your information. My aunt researched our family history and it dates back to Blackhawk Sizemore. Will you please email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org. I will share with you the family history that she supplied me with. Thank you in advance.
|Kim Cowan||John Montgomery|
My grandmother Hulda Montgomery's death certificate lists John and Phoebe Tackett as her parents
Hilda was born Aug 31, 1885 in Salyersville, Kydo you have any info re: Hulda? I have hit a dead end. Any help would be appreciated.
|Dennis A. Fabian||Arnold Montgomery|
Could you contact me personally regarding Arnold & Nellie? I have some questions to ask that I would rather keep private. My email is: email@example.com
|donna risner smith||RE: farish montgomery|
It's a small world. Thank you for your information. God Bless.
|donna risner smith||farish montgomery|
Hi sherry, my name is Donna Risner Smith. My mother was the daughter of farish and cora motgomery. My mother married Cisco Risner, son of thomas and Cora Patrick Risner. farish would be my grandfather. He died before i was born, didnt get to meet my grandmother cora either. I am new to all of this. Just wondering how you know farish, maybe we are related.
|rita street||Thomas Howard Marriage to Polly Patrick|
Thank you for your reply. The only way a marriage between Thomas Howard and Polly Patrick works is if Frances Jackson had died in 1805 as several people including Barbara Pointer falsely claim. Frances Jackson Howard died sometime after 1871. "On 2 Dec. 1871 in Magoffin County KY Mrs. Frances Howard 90, applied for a pension declaring that she married Thomas Howardon or about 15 Aug. 1796 and that he died on 27 Jan. 1853" Transcribed and annotated by C. Leon Harris.
"Thomas and Francis Howard moved to Bourbon Co., Kentucky before 1800 [Tax List]. All of their other children, starting with Matilda (1802) were born in Kentucky. (part of Bourbon Co. changed to Floyd Co., to Perry Co., to Morgan Co., and later to Magoffin Co.).
Thomas Howard died 27 January 1853, on Paint Creek, Morgan Co., Kentucky. He was buried at the "Mouth of Coon" Cemetery, [Raccoon Creek, near Lick Creek Rd., north of Salyersville] Magoffin Co., Kentucky. His wife, Francis Jackson Howard, died sometime after 1871 in Magoffin Co., Kentucky". This was included in the Howard Family Cherokee Heritage. Connie Wireman does not offer any documented source that show Polly Patrick ever existed. No one, including Babbara Pointer has any sources for one event in Polly's life. Don't you find this strange?
Good wishes. Rita
|rita street||Frances [ Jackson] Howard|
Frances certainly did die "sometime after 1805".
In 1850 Frances [Jackson] Howard was living with her husband, Thomas Howard. Documented Source: 1850 United States Federal Census. Thomas spent his entire married life with Frances Jackson. There isn't one mention of any Mary Ann "Polly" Patrick in the family history. This marriage is nonsense!
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