|Doy G (#47055060)|
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I live in Yakima, WA. I've been pursuing family history seriously for almost 30 years -- almost as long as I've been married to my wonderful husband. He is not so much into genealogy, but is a good sport about my "addiction", even to the point of helping me look for relatives in cemeteries when we travel. I love meeting cousins, too. |
Main family names: Boone, Mayfield, Short, Tate, Savage, Hughes, Graham, Slater.
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|KaysRoots||William D. Black (#97848889)|
Doy: The family has always assumed the middle name of William D. Black was "Dye" but to my knowledge no legal documentation has yet to be found with his full name on it.
I hope you understand my decline of your edit for his middle name.
|John Satterthwaite||RE: John W. Mayfield|
You are very welcome. Glad to help. I enjoy searching cemeteries for elusive markers. It is the ultimate scavenger hunt. As you may have noticed, the stone is sinking into the ground and the face of the stone is almost abutting the stone border of another family plot. I could not dig down to see the death date.
|Peggy Schul Biever||RE: Jerry Myer Liebau|
Doy, aorry for taking so long to get back with you. You are probably correct in assuming that Jerry was named for his uncle. But after discussing this with his granddaughter, we agreed to leave his name as 'Jerry Myer'. According to her, that was the only name he used.
|Gloria Kidder||Info for Custis family|
Thanks for the info on the Custis Family, Gaddis Cemetery/ Clinton Co. Ohio.
|Just A Cemetery Shadow||RE: C. Mayfield|
Yes - Cynthia Mayfield, 1857-1939, confirmed.
|Just A Cemetery Shadow||C. Mayfield|
Your photo request has been fulfilled, but for some reason it hasn't been taken off of the Photo Request list. Please address this when you can :)
|Dale M. Grimes||RE: Louise HILL (and Robert L.)|
|Gaye Hill||Mary Jane Sutton HARBIN|
Hello Doy G,
Yes - there are several records of Mary - Mary J - and then full name including maiden name:
Milton G. Harbin was working the system!
I sent for his Civil War records as indicated on his tombstone as to the unit and company he was with, BUT I also found him in a book, "North Carolina Troops - 1861 to 1865, Vol. IV, Infantry" and therein he is listed with Company D, 6th Regiment, N.C. Mtd. Infantry and I wrote to the author and enclosed the copies I had sent for and he determined that it WAS the same person and that he would place a correct in his notes IF there were to be any future printings.
***The Civil War pension was claimed under his service in Co. C, 2nd Reg't N.C. Mtd. Inf. -
Certificate #478253 Milton G. Harbin
Are you married? Please state your wife's full name and maiden name.
yes - Mary J. Harbin - Mary J. Sutton
When, where and by whom were you married?
Laurel County, KY August 1st 1878 Rev. Wiley Burris or Barris
What record of the marriage exists?
Laurel County, Ky Clerk's office
Were you previously married? If so please state the name of your former wife and the date and place of her death or divorce.
yes - Mary E. Harbin died April 15th, 1878 Laurel County, Ky
Have you any children living? If so please state their names and the dates of their birth.
yes - R. W. Harbin - March 17 th 1867
C. L. Harbin Aug 21st 1868
Mary M. Harbin Feb 3rd 1871
Alice A.? Harbin Aug 5th 1873
W. C. Harbin May 6th 186(?) cannot read trails off the original paper and is not on the copy
S. J. Harbin March 24th 1877
Milton G. Harbin Jr. Aug 25, 1879
R. A. Harbin April ? (not legible, trails off the original copy)
H. S. Harbin Oct 9th ? - faded
M. E. Harbin June 2, 1896
Henry H. Harbin Aug 4, 18???
This was on May 4th, 1898 signed Milton G. Harbin
Act of April 19, 1908
Declaration for Widow's Pension
State of Kentucky
County of Laurel
On this 17th day of February 1916 personally appeared before me a Notary Public within and for the county and state aforesaid, Mary J. Harbin aged 72 years a resident of Pittsburg, Ky. who being duly sworn make the following declaration for the purpose of obtaining a pension under act of Congress approved April 19th. 1908, That she is the widow of Milton G. Harbin who was enrolled under the name Milton G. Harbin on the 26th day of September 1863, s a Corporal in company C. 2nd Reg't N.C.. Inf. in the civil war and was honorably discharged on the 16th day of August 1865. And who died
at Pittsburg, Ky., on the 11th day of February 1916.
*****That she was married under the name of Mary J. Sutton to said solider at London, Ky., on the 1st day of August 1878 by W. C. Barnett.***
That there was no legal barrier to said marriage. That she had not been previously married. That said solider had been previously married to one Mary E. Engle who died April 15, 1878. He was not married to any other party. That she has not remarried since the death of said solider. That said solider left the following name children under 16 years old at the time of his death, viz. none
That she has not heretofore applied for pension, that she hereby appoints A. P. Settle of London, Ky., her true and lawful attorney to prosecute this claim, that her post office address is Pittsburg county of Laurel State of Kentucky.
Mary J. Harbin
Mary Jane Sutton is the 2nd great grandmother of Gaye Johnson Hill.
So this is my direct line from my father's side.
|Sunny||Emma (Savage) McGinnis #138496869|
Doy, thank you for your request to add Emily as a nickname for Emma (Savage) McGinnis #138496869. As I see that you have the Savage name listed in your bio, I'm wondering how we may be connected. Emma's is my - soon to be 96 year old - mom in law's grandmother. This is the line: Emma (Savage) McGinnis (1858-1901), her daughter Ada Marie (McGinnis) Marney (1891-1963, then Frances June (Marney) Colby, born 1920. Any info that you can share would be great! :) Sunny
Added by Sunny on Apr 12, 2016 2:45 PM
|Lee||RE: Sarah Elder Elliott|
Thank you, Doy! I'm happy to have Sarah under my wing. Things are a little crazy for me right now but I will send you a note soon. I understand how things get busy!
Added by Lee on Apr 04, 2016 7:43 PM
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