|E Russell (#47125021)|
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|Kathy Neal King||RE: Ella E. McGhee DeArmond Goddard|
Sorry for the delay, I do not check this mailbox regularly. No, sorry, I am not related to her.
|Debbie Z*~||RE: Grizzel Dixon Steele|
PENDLETON DIST SC DEEDS 1790-1806, by Southern Historical Press.
p 238 (orig p 101-102). I, Isaac STEELE for $600 sold to Henry WILBANKS two tracts; one granted STEELE by Benj GUERRARD, 15 Oct 1784; the other granted to Alexander Black, conveyed to STEELE for 120 acres, all above land except 20 acres formerly conveyed to Joseph ROBERTS. Date: 10 Mar 1800. Wit: Moses LIDDLE, Eliz LIDDLE...Martha (X) STEELE released dower to Joshua SAXON 27 Mar 1800. Eliz LIDDLE made oath to John VARNER, JP, 15 Apr 1800. Rec: 29 Dec 1800.
|Lisa Stone Malone||Martin Clontz (Clonts)|
I found the headstone for Martin (Elder M.L Clonts) and his wife Charlota T. Clonts and there was also James Jackson Clonts that was beside them...there was no memorial for him so I made one and posted a pic as well...hope this helps...
|William Gorman||Stephens ancestors|
I added the Civil War service information you suggeste to Elijah Bluford Stephens' memorial.
Thanks for the email... I didn't recognize the erussell... silly me!
Please post the photo of your chair to the memorial of Grizzle. Or let me know, and I could post it. I mentioned it in the bio I wrote for her. Here's the link:
Martha Grizzle Dixon Steele
|Nancy (Folmar) Reykdal||Clonts Memorials|
I've posted tombstone photos for Lester & Dora (Battle) Clonts. Also took pics of every other Clonts memorial I saw. Wll post them soon.
Nancy (Folmar) Reykdal
|Mike Edwards||Baker Family Cemetery|
I saw your request for photos in the Baker Family Cemetery in Burnt Hickory Farms in Paulding County. Can you tell me where this cemetery is at? I live in the Burnt Hickory area of Paulding County and haven't heard of this cemetery.
|Lostages||RE: Elizabeth Holbert|
What is F M name?
Added by Lostages on Mar 22, 2012 10:10 AM
|Hope Evans||RE: Donaldsons|
Hello, Mr Donaldson...
Thanks for getting in touch with me regarding the Donaldson line through findagrave.
James Flemington Donaldson was my great great grandfather, through his youngest daughter, Lela. I have his parents as SJ Donaldson and Susan ?Unknown?. SJ Donaldson is also buried in Borden Springs, AL - at the Church of Christ. His marker is a simple piece of slate with the name carved into it. I have been told that his grandson, Ed Donaldson (oldest son of Flem & Lou), carved the stone himself. The Matthew Donaldson & Leonard Donaldson, who are buried near Flem & his grandchild, Lou Daisy (daughter of Ed & Martha Anne) are also sons of SJ Donaldson. (I have photos of Matthew's, Leonard's, and Lou Daisy's markers at Antioch & SJ's at Borden Springs Church of Christ if you need them.)
I also remember seeing another Leonard Donaldson buried in the Cherry Grove cemetery. I have no clue how this Leonard fits in to the family, but considering the size of the area, I'm sure that all of the Donaldson's in Cleburne County are related. (I have photos of this marker also.)
Another cousin, the wife of a descendant of Flem's daughter, Mollie, has been doing a lot of work on the genealogy. Last time I communicated with her a couple of months ago, nothing was said about her finding info that contradicted what we knew up until last year.
Hope this helps more than confuses!! Please get back with me when you get a chance! I'm anxious to find out more about Henry Donaldson, George Donaldson, & Susan Payne. Any chance you could e-mail me the death certificate you're referring to?
|Douglas Walker||RE: Carden & Hardman Photos|
No. I am not related.
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