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Linda Ellis (#46955879)
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Ann Nash
RE: Lettie Merle Ely
She was my Husbands Aunt, I have always called her Aunt Merle since I was about 19. I am close to Larrys Family. They are my Aunts ,Uncles, nieces and nephews, cousins. I love them all. thanks for the transfer, it means alot to me to have it.
Added by Ann Nash on Sep 27, 2015 6:59 PM
SigEp Patriots Project
RE: Jones sponsorship
Thank you for the message.

MG Jones is a fraternity brother of ours, and we will work to insure that his life and service are always remembered.

I live near Arlington, and will be going to the cemetery soon to visit his final resting place. If there is anything I can do please do not hesitate to ask.

Ed Jones
Chief, USNR
SigEp Patriots Project
Added by SigEp Patriots Project on Sep 23, 2015 8:42 AM
David Sprinkle
William Clark
Sorry Linda I don't have any info on that Clark only that his father was Archibald
Added by David Sprinkle on Sep 12, 2015 10:03 AM
Thanks for linking all the families I have sent you. I have started back again and found a lot of memorials

Added by Sandi on Aug 25, 2015 5:36 PM
Chris Walker
RE: John Q. Owens
Hi Linda,

Thanks for responding to my message - so we are distant cousins then! Yes, I think Stephen Owens was actually an older half-brother to John Quincy Owens. They were both sons of Nathaniel, but had different mothers. Off the top of my head, I can't think of Stephen's mother's name; however, I have it somewhere in my notes. There were two Owens' in the Civil War, 33rd Indiana Infantry - John Quincy and William H. Owens. I'm actually working on a website on the 33rd Indiana Infantry and hope to roll it out early fall. I wrote my M.A. thesis on the 33rd and hope to turn it into a book at some point. Unfortunately, the university keeps me distracted with less interesting projects :) I teach history for Indiana Wesleyan University. Would you happen to have any pictures of John Q. Owens, or know of another family member who does? Also, was his name simply John Quincy Owens or John Quincy Adams Owens? I've never seen the "Adams" part on any documents. In those days, it was common to name children after presidents and John Quincy Adams of course was a president. Hope to hear from you soon!

Added by Chris Walker on Aug 20, 2015 6:10 AM
Chris Walker
John Q. Owens
Hi Linda,

Are you an Owens family descendant? If so, I am as well. I'm a descendant of Stephen Owens, who was John Q. Owens' brother. I'd like to compare notes if you're a relative :)

Dr. Chris Walker
Whitestown, IN
Added by Chris Walker on Aug 19, 2015 7:10 PM
Bobbie Mabry Graue
RE: Taylor family
I have been working the Woolmarket Taylor's for quite some time and my childhood friend contacted me to help him with them. His mother was a Taylor, Ancestor Serreno and Spencer Whitfield is their ancestor. If you need any research on them, I probably have a good bit.
Just ran across some papers on Serreno's wife, she was the sister of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Never know what I will find.
My computer was at the technicians last week, windows had crashed. I have a back up with carbonite, so I don't loose stuff.
I had been looking for Marianne Emerline Bell Taylor (wife of Spencer Whitfield Taylor) and I finally found her in Repton Methodist Church Cemetery, Repton, Connecuh County, Alabama. She had been married before to a Peterman and he died in the Civil War of Typhoid Fever and I found him buried in Warrenton Cemetery Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia, so if you are looking for him and her, that is where they are.

Added by Bobbie Mabry Graue on Jul 29, 2015 9:07 PM
Thank you so much for the transfer and all the loving care you give.
Chris and Tracy Jones
Added by 8048 on Jul 13, 2015 12:05 PM
RE: Mitchell photos
Glad I could help.
Added by Larebel on Jul 12, 2015 7:50 PM
Keith Phillpott
Keep that confederate flag flying. Our ancestors need the respect.
Added by Keith Phillpott on Jul 09, 2015 10:14 PM
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