I'm researching my mother's lines, Willard/Robbins and Little/Dewberry, and my father's lines, Page/Randall and Baxter/Walsh.
I'm interested in joining the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Daughters of the American Revolution, but providing adequate documentation is going to be a monumental task! Apparently word-of-mouth genealogy hasn't worked since the time of Jesus! :)
I'd love to hear from anyone related to me in any way!
H. Glen Willard I was Glen's roommate for 2 or 3 years at Ole Miss during the early 1960's. He was a great guy and fun to be around. Our other roommate (Van Oliphant) and I met Glen a few years ago at Ole Miss and had a great time visiting. Glen had set up shop at the Alumni House and Van drove down from Memphis to meet with him (my wife had met him in Atlanta and she came along also.).
I knew he had passed away, but had no idea that he was buried in Mississippi. He had told us he had remarried after Carolyn's death. He was able to finish college in 3 years while working in the cafeteria at Ole Miss. We all miss him. We are glad to know that he is back in Mississippi where he belongs. Billy Williamson, Vicksburg, MS