|Pam Allyn (#46979278)|
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|Jo||Hans & Chresti Gordon|
I'm not related - just wanted to let you know I added pics of their markers :)
Added by Jo on Dec 02, 2015 12:49 PM
|Jane Sims||RE: Marcus D. Hutchinson|
For heaven's sake!
I just sent you an email and then decided to look and see if there was anything attached to my name.
My grandmother Maria Elizabeth (Bettie/Betty) Hutchinson (18 Jul 1872 - 21 Sep 1961) was one of Marcus D. Hutchinson's daughters.
I have added a photo of her to her findagrave page. She married AA McDaniel in 1895. They are both buried in Blanche Cemetery, Lincoln County, TN.
|Jane Sims||Marcus Dillard Hutchinson|
MDH is my great-grandfather on my father's side.
I would very much like to know how we are related.
Jane McDaniel Sims
|Sammy (Enfinger) Hawkins||Hawkins|
Do you know if William Eaton had a son named Benjamin who married Sarah Wright and if they had a son named James Luther who married Mary Catherine (Canady) Kennedy in Barbour County, AL? I have James born in Culbert, GA and Mary Catherine born in North Carolina. They settled and raised their family in Dale County, AL. Any info would be appreciated.
|Cecelia Hawkins||Catherine Bolling Hawkins|
I remember seeing a notation in someone's transcription of the Reedy River Baptist Church, Greenville, SC records. I did not think there was a grave evident for her. I was wondering if you knew if she really was buried there or elsewhere. She is my husband's gr-gr-gr-grandmother, and he is descended from William Eaton Hawkins' son Robert. Also, do you know who her Father was? My Husband is descended on his Mother's side from Elliot Boling and I have not been able to find his Father. It is possible Elliot and Catherine are brother and sister since they were close to the same age. Elliot I calculate to be born around 1760. He died in 1844. Any clue you can give me would help as I feel I am batting my head against a brick wall over this. Thanks for your efforts on findagrave. We family members owe a big debt of gratitude to those who maintain and contribute to this website.
|Angie||RE: Dad's memorial|
Hi Pam, just wanted to give you an update. I did ask for a name change for your father back in June when you first contacted me but I've never received a response from them. So again, I left a message for A.J. Marik today to change the spelling. So hopefully he will respond. If you like, just go to my page and you will find him listed under my friends and you could request also. Unfortunately, with your dad being famous, I could not do it on my end. Sorry :(
Added by Angie on Dec 07, 2012 11:09 AM
|Chihuahua Lover||Samuel Pierce Hawkins|
If you call Myrtle Hill, tell them you are a relative, and ask for the location of him, let me know and I will try to go and find him. Myrtle Hill does not like Find a grave so do not tell them that is why you are calling. They are very rude, so just be patient. Good luck. Terri (chihuahua lover)
|Hank Rogers||RE: Another White family member|
Yes, Ma'am, Troup Archives Cemetery Database has Anah Vilula White - Mar. 1, 1866 - Sep. 2, 1872 - I have not double checked this database for other Troup Factory burials - I'll do that this evening just in case. :)
|Angie||RE: Dad's memorial|
I will let find a grave know to change and send them your request also. Have a great weekend.
Added by Angie on Jun 03, 2012 8:34 AM
|Hank Rogers||RE: Troup Factory Cemetery|
Pam, You are very welcome. I found Mr. White in the book mentioned & found his story interesting. I will try to scan or photograph & post the full article/pages associated & post on his memorial. I transferred to you as I'm not related.
I would love to drive over one day & try to find and photograph the cemetery. It is about 35 minutes from me. Maybe I can do that one day this spring before the foliage gets too dense again.
While never really very big, Troup Factory was once a thriving little village, and it has gone back exclusively to wilderness again, save I think two newer houses, one on each side of the creek. There is a historical marker close to the road, but it is about 100 yards from the actual site of Troup Factory Village.
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