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KaysRoots (#46934717)
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Bio Photo In the early 1980's, I curiously began searching for my ancestors. It has gone from curiosity to a passion all consuming. There is always something new to discover!! I owe it all to my BFF, Geneva!!
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For those of you who sit in front of a cemetery book or a newspaper obituary column copying deaths into a cemetery, I truly feel sorry for you. For those of you who complain about those of us who have "Unknown Burials". I believe the name of this program is "Find A Grave". The hopes of family researchers is that some one some where will FIND our lost ancestor and may even find a tombstone of that loved one. As for me, I am so proud that this site has come about where I can share my family with others and hopefully find long lost family that I would never have found otherwise. Thank you, FindAGrave.
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SURNAMES I AM RESEARCHING:
DYE --- JOHNSON.
WILLIAMS --- PARKINSON.
WEST --- SCOTT.
THOMPSON --- JIMMERSON.
FENWICK --- THOMPSON.
LANTOW --- RIVES.
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If you come across someone I have entered in a cemetery that is your ancestor and you have pictures or a bio you would like to add, OR you would like a transfer, don't hesitate to contact me through the EDIT button.
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Please be advised that links and other data on memorials [other than those for my immediate family members] more often than not come from other Find A Grave members and/or guests and/or from Ancestry. I no longer verify the information before making the links.
Please double check & verify all information before taking what you read as gospel.
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PLEASE-NO death certificates on memorials I have created or manage!! Personal information should be kept personal.
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VOLUNTEER PHOTOGRAPHERS: I appreciate your enthusiasm in taking tombstone pictures in cemeteries, BUT I do not appreciate additional tombstone photos on memorials when there is already a clear tombstone picture for that memorial.
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FAMILY PHOTOS: I invite you to enjoy the family pictures posted, but ask that they not be copied and placed on any other website.
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Kris Neves
RE: ReavisTombstone Photos
I also added other Family of Reavis.
Added by Kris Neves on Oct 21, 2014 7:10 PM
Stephen Lee Krou
RE: Memorial #55426729
CORRECTION;

Priscilla's mother, John's 1st wife, Mary Ann Unknown b. abt 1832 Casey, KY

died abt 1862 in Windsor, Casey, KY.
Added by Stephen Lee Krou on Oct 06, 2014 8:22 PM
Stephen Lee Krou
RE: Memorial #55426729
Hi Kay,

I have no birth "document" for Priscilla stating "Windsor".

However She is listed there in the 1860 Dist. 4, Casey, KY Census with her family.
Her 1/2 brother's (William Riley Luttrell 1865-1946) death certificate states he was born & died in in Windsor, Casey, KY. It also states his & also being Priscilla's father, (John Harlan Luttrell) was born in Windsor, Casey, KY, and John's 2nd wife Nancy Polston was born in Windsor, Casey, KY. This death cert. info. was provided by Grant Luttrell of Windsor, Casey, KY.
Priscilla's mother was John's 1st wife, Mary Ann Unknown (b. abt 1832 Casey, KY - d. abt 1862 Augusta, Pike, IN) Priscill's father John also died in Augusta, Pike, IN abt 1904.
No graves or death documents have yet been located for her parents. Priscilla's sister, Charlotte "Lottie" Luttrell also went to Texas with Priscilla. She can be found living with Albin Dye (also from , Casey, KY) & Priscilla Luttrell Dye in the 1910 Justice Precinct 6, Hays, TX Census. Lottie never married and died in Blanco, TX in 25 Jan 1911. She also was born in Windsor, Casey, KY on 12 Nov 1855. Priscilla had 3 sisters, 2 brothers and 4 1/2 brothers & 1 1/2 sister. Her Father moved from Winsor, Casey, KY to , Pike, IN abt 1875.
Her Grandparents were Rodham Luttrell & Matilda Horton Luttrell. They were born in VA, lived in Casey, KY from abt 1802-1875 when they also moved to Pike, IN. Hopefully this answers your question. Should you desire any further info. regarding Priscilla or the Luttrell family, feel free to ask. Also, many, many spellings are used from Luttrull, Literal, Littrell, etc.

My Pleasure - Steve
Added by Stephen Lee Krou on Oct 06, 2014 7:56 PM
Kel-lea Barnett Erickson
Hazelton
You are welcome :)
Added by Kel-lea Barnett Erickson on Oct 04, 2014 11:07 AM
Susann
Re: Transfers
You're very welcome, Kay.
Added by Susann on Sep 30, 2014 6:14 PM
Sherry
RE: Tombstone photos
My pleasure! So glad I was able to find them! Sherry
Added by Sherry on Sep 30, 2014 2:41 PM
Sherry
Henry Beason Hester photo
I saw you had requested a photo of Henry Beason Hester's headstone (#57708487). I just posted one today. Thought you might like to know. Sherry
Added by Sherry on Sep 25, 2014 12:44 PM
victorian lady
RE: Transfer
I will send you a picture I took of the stone next to James B. Darnell. It is hand sketched and very difficult to read. The only thing I could kind of make out was that it appeared to say Hardy. There wasn't enough information on the stone or the name Hardy in either survey that has been made of Wallace Creek for me to know who it was or that it was for sure Hardy. Since you mentioned that Francis Barnett Darnell may have married a Hardy and this stone is in the row with the Darnell's perhaps this is her.
Added by victorian lady on Sep 24, 2014 1:17 PM
Kathy (Keese) Meyr
RE: Transfers
I completed the transfers today, thank you!
Added by Kathy (Keese) Meyr on Jul 02, 2014 6:35 PM
Bonnie Nunn
RE: Tombstone requests
Your welcome! I am glad I could help.
Added by Bonnie Nunn on Jun 27, 2014 1:59 PM
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