|Denise Kruta (#47124601)|
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I've been interested in my genealogy since I was a child. My father was the family historian, and I have taken over where he left off. Only this time DNA is part of my research.
Although my father's grandparents came over from Bohemia in 1881, his mother's maternal line, and all my mother's lines were here in colonial times. So, one part of me is in only a 3rd generation American, and the other part is an 11th generation.
My grandfather Frank Kruta was adopted by his stepfather James Kruta. His biological father remains unknown until a Y-DNA match is found.
My father's lines are the Braums, and Zemans who originated in Bohemia and immigrated through Ellis Island around 1876. They went to Chicago, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.
His maternal lines are the Yagers and Velmans (Veulemans) from Missouri via Germany and East Flanders, the Barlows from the Germanna Colony in Virginia, and the Singletons from Kentucky, Indiana, and Missouri, and Yoakums and Keeneys from West VA.
My mother's maternal lines are the Greenes, Bruners, Tarrants, McCurrys, Russells, G'Fellers, Hubers/Hoovers (Amish/Mennonite), Mercers, Taylors, Browns, Painters from Greene County, TN. There's a 250 year history back there since that's where my grandmother was born. Also, the Watkins from Sullivan County, TN, the Tarrants and Manloves from Dover, Delaware, and the Allisons from Maryland.
Her paternal lines are the Burns from Scotland to Pennsylvania, the Smiths from Tennessee, and the Cloyds and O'Banions from Kentucky.
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|Rhonda Cookenour Turner||James and Delilah Gilliam McCurry|
Denise....I meant to put James and Delilah Gilliam McCurry will. Thanks
|Rhonda Cookenour Turner||RE: My mistake|
Denise, Thanks for your information. Do you have a copy of the will that you can email me. That will be very helpful. Also, I would like to be part of your ancestry McCurry family file. Thanks a million.....my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kareline G. Moore||RE: Hi|
My line starts with my paternal 2nd great-grandmother, Perlina Cloyd, born April 8, 1830 in Cloyd's Landing, died July 30, 1905 in Whitesboro, Grayson, TX. Her father was John William Cloyd, and I THINK her mother was Mary O'Banion... but I haven't yet been able to find down any solid evidence with which to confirm it. Her husband was William Riley Stalcup (7 July 1823) born in McMinn County, TN.
|Kareline G. Moore||John William Cloyd|
I saw you had said John William Cloyd was your 3rd great-grandfather. He is also my 3rd great-grandfather! I believe that means we are fourth cousins!
|Old Waco||Jacob L. Bruner, Greenwood Cemetery, Waco, TX|
I asked to have him linked to his father today.
Thought you might like to know this.
Added by Old Waco on Oct 16, 2013 10:29 PM
|cindy hall||Barlows and Bruners|
Hi. I would like to correspond with you about the Barlow family and the Bruner family. my contact email is email@example.com Thank you.
|Caryn Hood||RE: Ruben Green|
My mother's mother was also Lena Green, born in Ray Co., MO.
Ruben Green is my great-great grandfather.
|Nancy Wilson||RE: Thank you so much for the photo of Manlove Duncan Carter's headstone|
It was my pleasure to help you.
|Dwan ||RE: Okay|
When I get the source I will be happy to send it to you. it may be a few days as my grandpa james Mccurry is in the hospital and that is where my mom is! let me see if I can get a copy sent to me from my aunt in Texas.
Added by Dwan on Jul 13, 2012 9:17 PM
|Ronnie Smith||John Denton Smith|
I just noticed something when I looked at John's grave. The small star at the base of the headstone with the letters GAR on it. They stand for The Grand Army of the Republic. He was a member in the Iowa/Kansas/Nebraska chapter. I am still looking for more on this connection.
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