|P. Lewis Barker (#47038410)|
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My Grandfather Lewis was always very proud of his family history. His Tenney family came to America Dec. 1638 to Salem, Mass on the sailing ship-John, that also carried the first printing press. A different part of my Grandfather's family tree line came to Texas in late 1830s. I am a 5th generation Texan. Yep! I do have a great deal of Texas Pride!|
Since the mid 1980s, I have been researching family lines for my family & my husband's family.
Some of these families are: Adams, Baker, Bland, Barker, Bartlett, Bishop, Brown, Brunson, Brown, Caufield, Cheives/Cheeves, Coker, Dollar, Draper, Feagin, Grounds, Harp, Iley/Ivey, King, Latham, Lewis, Martin, McCauley, Pearson, Pitts, Price, Tenney, Thacker, Windham, Yocham/Yocum, Young.
Just to let you know--I like to do this little project on findagrave. I call it my "After-Life" Family Reunion project. What I do is try to track down the information on all the children of one my or my husband's ancestors, then I see if that child has a memorial page on findagrave. Then I like to request a link between the child-that I found & their parents. So if I request an edit on your memorial page, that doesn't mean I would like it transfer to me, I am just trying to re-unite my or my husband's ancestor's families. If I really, really would like a transfer, then I will request, very politely, if a transfer would be possible.
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Anita Bird, Beth Sellars, Clyde and Sandr..., Dennis Barker, Doris Grizzle, Judith Marshall..., Karl Lewis, Linda Barnard, Mary Maurer, Mindy Childs, Patrick Lombard..., Scott James, Tracy Saylor
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|Linda Douglass||RE: Bessie Brown|
yes, that is the one, i always try to remember that not all of the people taking the Census information knew how to spell that well. i think the Huse is actually Hughes.
|Linda Douglass||RE: Carl C. Brown|
Bessie married Fred F Hughes (1880-), they had two daughters: Bertha (1911-) & Evelin (1915-)
|Lizham71||memorial correction sent|
please email me a firstname.lastname@example.org about the correction you sent about this memorial
Added by Lizham71 on Jan 27, 2015 1:32 PM
|Grammyღ||RE: Mattie Emerlin Latham Robbins, Francis Viole Latham Parks, Emma C. Latham Good|
You are very welcome! I love "playing" in cemeteries with my camera. I miss getting to do it but those that are living take precedent over those already gone. Have a Merry Christmas
Added by Grammyღ on Dec 17, 2014 9:22 AM
|Lori Hartman Hegar||Brasher|
Not my family so I would rather them be with someone that is.
|Novembermoon||RE: Raymond Don Pennington- # 84915736|
I have transferred this memorial to you. I do not have a problem transferring any memorial as long as it is not in my immediate family.
Nelda Mae Latham (Carson) daughter of Jesse William Latham, son of Walter Monroe Latham, son of James Latham, and so on.
My aunt believes that they were buried on the "farm", but one cousin thinks that the unmarked stones at Turnersville could be their headstones. Their last place to live is in Coryell county. I will get with the lady that manages Turnersville Cemetery and see if she has any record. Also the county courthouse has all the original records of the 1800s, so I will go by next week and see if I can find something as well. Blessings, Have a great weekend. Carole
Added by CCSN54 on Nov 07, 2014 12:12 PM
This is my mom's sisterinlaw family. I welcome any updates. Thank you for the info and I will research and add what I can!! Blessings, Carole
Added by CCSN54 on Nov 06, 2014 6:47 AM
|amanda Chambers lingerfelt||Latham|
I was reading about John Wesley Latham. He was a brother to Mattie Emerline Latham. She would have been my great great great grandmother I believe! Love all the pictures!
|Linda Barnard||RE: do you want to be friends on findagrave?|
Friends would be great. I can't remember if I ever gave you an answer.
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