|Butterfly Rose (#47011600)|
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I love doing my family's genealogy. I am looking up Terry, Anderson, Vunovich, Derrington, James, Strika, Greenlee or Greenlees, Aldens and the Lynn or Linn, and Dowdy and Shallenburger Families. I have learned a lot by reading the different gravestones. |
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Cannot we find an American capable and worthy of the trust? ...Why should we take the bread out of the mouths of our own children and give it to strangers?" ~ John Adams, 2nd President Of The United States
"Any man can make mistakes, but only an idiot persists in his error." ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero.
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For the people who send me information and corrections for my memorials I thank you.
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|Bela James||Joseph James|
Joseph is not listed as buried in the James Cemetery or in Henry Co KY. Joseph (b abt 1805) was son of Thomas and Sarah Clark and he married Elizabeth Sublett. Elizabeth died in Graves Co. KY. Both Joseph and Elizabeth died between 1870 and 1880. Joseph’s son John (b abt 1849) married Henrietta (Hattie) Carter – Laura’s mother - and Hattie is buried in Graves Co, KY. Most likely, Joseph and his wife Elizabeth are buried somewhere in Graves Co. KY. My line is from Joseph’s brother John (b 1795). John married Elizabeth Sublett’s sister Jane. I have some info on Joseph's line; if you wish contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Michael Barton||RE: Would|
What I have is John Carney (1717-1775) and wife Mary Lucinda Haggard (1715-1790). John is my 6th great grandfather.
|Patty Burnett||RE: The ROSE INFO|
IF YOU CHECK THE RECORDS IN THE FOLLOWING ... Will dated 1681 and proved 17 May 1687. Abstracts of Norfolk County, Virginia Wills, page 110. Barnaby Kerney, 50 acres, Nansemond County, 28 Oct 1702. Escheated from Robert Ardis, deceased, by inquisition under Francis Milner, Deputy of William Randolph, Esqr. Esch?r. Virginia Land Office, Patent Book 9, page 482. If you're not able to go personally you can contact those offices and request copies of the original records from Norfolk and Nansemond counties Virginia. I found the excerpt from the documents online, but definitely points in the right direction. Good luck.
|Debbie Hancox McMurry||Garland Anderson #130983344|
I found info on Ancestry.com Marriage Record that Garland married Jane Chevalier Mar. 6th, 1740.
First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, 1702-1745, 1760-1803
|Susan Renfro Anderson||children of William Shelby Anderson|
Making progress, got Geraldine added to this. William S Anderson is pending addition.
|Susan Renfro Anderson||William Shelby Anderson|
you are correct # 33288393 pares all the kids together except Geraldine which I have put in a correction of her dad's number. I also have pending for William S Anderson, Jr who is buried in Lexington. This has not processed as yet. What I was trying to say and I guess did not say it correctly was the you have Bob's dad listed twice. Once with his correct name of William Shelby Anderson #33288393 and another showing Shelby William Anderson where Geraldine is connected. I did not write down the # for Shelby William Anderson as I did not see him until I went to make a correction of Geraldine Anderson Bergren who died in California. You had her listed. You are doing a terrific job matching all these up. I just wanted you to know about the double names for Bob's dad. You have the correct number and the mother link is fine.
|Dixon In Dixie||RE: Did|
I'll be glad too. Easiest for me to forward one page at a time. Please send me your email. Mine is on my page.
|Dixon In Dixie||RE: Did|
Oh my I did forget and I am so sorry. Do you want me to send the record to you? I'm sitting here reading Hugh Greenlee, Com B, 56 Alabama Partisan Rangers. Enlisted 26 March 1863 in Livingston, Ala. served with the 13th Ala. Partisans. Originally 250 men and served as scouts and pickets.
|Craig Thweatt||RE: Anderson Family Cemetery|
Face book link below then the auctaul info below that.
99 Powell Road E
Mayfield, Kentucky 42066
Phone (888) 628-4723 ext. 291
|Craig Thweatt||Anderson Family Cemetery|
Anderson Family on Baptist Campus
Hey check out the Anderson Family cemetery on the Baptist Campus in Graves Co. KY,
I added all the names there was there I know in the past you have been looking for the Anderson name I thought you might have some info if so and you want them then let me know.
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