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Sorry, Edna (Snider) Bronston
Added by pmfrench on Mar 07, 2014 9:30 PM
Emma (Snider) Bronston
I submitted her obit and it's now posted on her findagrave memorial.
Added by pmfrench on Mar 07, 2014 9:29 PM
Glen Zell
Harrison Hutson
Harrison and Lottie Allen had two sons. Tobe and Buck. Buck's death certificate can be found on Familysearch. He died in 1970 and is buried in Carter County, Oklahoma.
Added by Glen Zell on Feb 27, 2014 4:15 AM
Mary Haslet [abt 1781 - 1826 ] and James Haslet [abt 1769-1834] Butler OH
Thanks for your work on these memorials. Do you have sources for the extra information you listed, especially for the relationships? Do you have a copy of the 1834 will and probate documents? I am trying to connect a Mary Ann Haslett to Samuel and then to James Haslet, then back to Ireland. [Mary Ann married William Nelson Stokes, and they, like many of the Haslets moved from Butler, Oh to Carroll Co., Indiana]
Added by Beverly on Feb 04, 2014 8:04 PM
Andy Reed
RE: Catherine Baylor
Yeah, the more I research, the more I realize that we are ALL related...
Nice to meet you too.
Added by Andy Reed on Jan 17, 2014 10:55 AM
Andy Reed
RE: Catherine Baylor
She's my 5th great grandmother. So I guess that would make us 5th cousins once removed.


Mary Baylor (1799 - 1852)

Baylor Spotts !821 - 1890)
son of Mary Baylor

William P. Spotts (1856 - 1936)
son of Baylor Spotts

Anna May Spots (1886 - ?)
daughter of William P. Spotts

Mary Elizabeth May Wisely (1917 - 1945)
daughter of Anna May Spots

Charles Richard Reed (1937)
son of Mary Elizabeth May Wisely

Andrew Leon Reed (1966)
son of Charles Richard Reed
Added by Andy Reed on Jan 10, 2014 9:14 PM
Andy Reed
RE: Catherine Baylor
Your welcome!
Are you a descendant also?
Andy Reed
Sanbornville, N.H.
Added by Andy Reed on Jan 02, 2014 2:23 PM
Glen Zell
Lottie Eliza Allen Hutson
I have attached Lottie to Harry due to these facts. I have not confirmed 100% this is the correct connection. A Family tree compiled by my Great Aunt has Lottie marrying a Hudson. No first name. Lottie's dad died during the civil war at the battle of Arkansas Post. On son's (Buck) death certificate it list his mother's name as Lottie Allen. This plus the family tree lead me to think she may have married Harry. Buck is buried at the Berwyn cemetery, Gene Autry, Carter County Oklahoma.
Added by Glen Zell on Oct 13, 2013 7:42 PM
Monte Southward
RE: Argyle.Taylor my GGGGGgrandfather
Susy, Have you found where the Taylors are using a middle name of "WICKLIFFE" and where that is coming from? My James Taylor family used that name as did Rev. John Taylors family. Looking through your data I find Moses Anderson also used the name.
Any ideas?

Added by Monte Southward on Oct 06, 2013 10:14 AM
Monte Southward
RE: Argyle.Taylor my GGGGGgrandfather
Susy...Thanks for the reply. Maybe you can answer a question. Argyle had son James. I beleive that James is the person buried at Anderson Cemetery. There are conflicting sorces. Some say that son James died in Indiana. Another sorce says James died in Cuba. You see My James that is buried in Anderson Cemetery lived in Indiana for a short while until moving to Cartright Twp. Sangamon. In the 1850 census he is living next to Rev. John Taylors people. Also Argyles grandson Rev. Furr is living with Rev. Johns son John in Cartright Twp. Sangamon Co. Il.. Do you know what happened to Argyles youngest dauthter. Do you think Argyle had a young son Washington? You see James raised a person by name of Washington Taylor b. 1820 Ky.
I always thought he was James brother. James also raised a female[name unknown] not his born about 1820-1821
James also had a son Washington b. 1825
my direct email is if you wish to answer that way.
THanks Monte
Added by Monte Southward on Oct 06, 2013 6:01 AM
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